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Latest issue - Autumn 2002 (#13)

  • 'FE watch' For two months, King Country farmers have been on the lookout for signs facial eczema (FE) is approaching
  • 'Unmasking endophyte' The basics. Imagine being invisible. And so small you are living inside a grass plant
  • 'New louse test ready for action' A new test, which will give farmers early warning of a louse infestation, is now ready for use
  • 'Disaster-proofing your farm'
  • 'The farm as a herbage factory' Back-to-front regrassing
  • 'Giving footrot the boot' New tools in the kit
  • 'New wasp to sting clover root weevil' Researchers find self-breeding female
  • 'More lifts from lotus'
  • 'Farming sheep in the greenhouse' What can or should be done about the methane producers grazing on your farm?
  • 'Artificial rearing can pay' But only if the lamb otherwise would have died
  • 'Getting more mileage from silage' Protein is the key to quality
  • 'Conservation at home' Help at hand to protect your land
  • 'Sheep for profit' Monitoring turns to managing
  • 'Selecting for whiter wool' The yellow wool challenge
  • 'Measuring shades of green' Waving wands to boost productivity
  • 'Contactors happy with young shearers' Apprenticeships scheme attracts a quality workforce
  • Oddments

Previous issues

Autumn 2002 (issue #13)
Summer 2001 (issue #12)
Spring 2001 (issue #11)
Winter 2001 (issue #10)
Autumn 2001 (issue #9)
Summer 2000 (issue #8)
Spring 2000 (issue #7)
Winter 2000 (issue #6)
Autumn 2000 (issue #5)
Spring 1999 (issue #4)
Winter 1999 (issue #3)
Autumn 1999 (issue #2)
Summer 1998 (issue #1)

 

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