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Spring 2001 (issue #11)

  • How big is our belch — and what damage is it doing to the environment?
  • Sheep investments on the boil — Watch out telecommunications, here we come
  • Quality of woolpacks in question
  • Theres a cancer cure living on my sheep — Now who owns the IP?
  • Wasps, fungi to hit root weevil — Help is on the way for farmers plagued with clover root weevil
  • Designer swards for lamb growth
  • Whos that coming up the drive? — Farmers get more out of vets and farm consultants
  • Checking for lice like a pregnancy test
  • Looking to New Zealand — Where quality counts, kiwi wool comes out on top
  • Monitoring the monitors — How effective is the Monitor Farm Programme?
  • Smaller ewes may be the answer — But only if they're more efficient than their big sisters
  • So much to do; so little time — and so much better time management
  • Mystery illness — a risk to all rural people
  • Benefits of the blade
  • Oddments
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