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Winter 2000 (issue #6)

  • Contractors refusing to treat fly — Shearing contractors telling farmers they will no longer treat fly-blown sheep with Maggo
  • Growers endorse Woolnet — endorsements from several farmers who have used Woolnet
  • GrowBulk — Worth their weight in wool
  • FQP seen on the bottom line — A little extra care means more money in the bank
  • Organic farming — Time for some reality
  • Swinging blue genes — Should New Zealand food and fibre production stay GM-free?
  • Scanning, high lambing — Wool growers in Marlborough are boosting their lambing performance, by paying attention to their scanning results
  • Bulking up — AgResearch and WRONZ scientists are hoping to unlock the secret of crimp formation in wool
  • Growing lambs in a goldfish bowl — Sheep get dairy country feeding ground
  • How To? — Body condition scoring
  • Out of season shearing
  • Oddments
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