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  • AgRecovery Article
    and this number is likely to increase following the ban on burning of ag plastics imposed by ECAN this year Being a keen recycler myself I can see the benefit for all in disposing of these containers in an environmentally friendly way and am happy to see this trend increasing Today is a lovely sunny day after a cool start but winds are gusting this afternoon which is hindering spraying plans for our boys Have a good day Becks Trackbacks 0 Permalink Previous Next Recent Posts Could be alot worse off Daffodil day Local Talent McDonalds new burger the McCaw Latest News Office Extension Underway New Dairy Farming Technology Milk must have a future Liquid Ammonium Sulphate Winters not over yet Humour from Molloyag Tags Competitions Competitions 1 Archive October 2015 1 August 2015 4 July 2015 4 June 2015 5 May 2015 6 Agri Comments Best Advice Welcome to Agri Comments where we regularly profile one of our customers every few months This time around we meet Clibborn farms More here Archive Hamish and Vicki Mee More here Pip and Dean Pye More here Agri View Our Blog Could be alot worse off David Molloy 02 Oct 2015 Daffodil

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  • Local Talent
    open womens 2 day event Hilary Totty gained a very respectable 2nd place in the open womens 2 day event 12th overall A great achievement for these individuals their families and the Methven area 243 km over 1 or even 2 days is quite a feat and I respect all those that take on the challenge Gary Trackbacks 0 Permalink Previous Next Recent Posts Could be alot worse off Daffodil day Local Talent McDonalds new burger the McCaw Latest News Office Extension Underway New Dairy Farming Technology Milk must have a future Liquid Ammonium Sulphate Winters not over yet Humour from Molloyag Tags Competitions Competitions 1 Archive October 2015 1 August 2015 4 July 2015 4 June 2015 5 May 2015 6 Agri Comments Best Advice Welcome to Agri Comments where we regularly profile one of our customers every few months This time around we meet Clibborn farms More here Archive Hamish and Vicki Mee More here Pip and Dean Pye More here Agri View Our Blog Could be alot worse off David Molloy 02 Oct 2015 Daffodil day David Molloy 28 Aug 2015 Local Talent David Molloy 21 Aug 2015 McDonalds new burger the McCaw David Molloy 17 Aug

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  • Winter Sports
    my Wife and I are going to the Rugby on Friday night and then the Court Theatre on Saturday night This will be a welcome break from thinking about spraying and the weather Keep me in touch for your spraying requirements we have men and machines ready to help Mangi Trackbacks 0 Permalink Previous Next Recent Posts Could be alot worse off Daffodil day Local Talent McDonalds new burger the McCaw Latest News Office Extension Underway New Dairy Farming Technology Milk must have a future Liquid Ammonium Sulphate Winters not over yet Humour from Molloyag Tags Competitions Competitions 1 Archive October 2015 1 August 2015 4 July 2015 4 June 2015 5 May 2015 6 Agri Comments Best Advice Welcome to Agri Comments where we regularly profile one of our customers every few months This time around we meet Clibborn farms More here Archive Hamish and Vicki Mee More here Pip and Dean Pye More here Agri View Our Blog Could be alot worse off David Molloy 02 Oct 2015 Daffodil day David Molloy 28 Aug 2015 Local Talent David Molloy 21 Aug 2015 McDonalds new burger the McCaw David Molloy 17 Aug 2015 Latest News Office Extension Underway David

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  • Small Seeds Big Bucks
    seed consisting of ryegrass clover and other grasses accounts for 53 per cent of the total value while vegetable seed holds a 47 per cent market share New Zealand is a world leader in seed multiplication programmes growing for seed companies in the Northern Hemisphere Federated Farmers grain and seed chairman Ian Mackenzie who farms in Mid Canterbury said the accessibility of water was driving the growth of the industry A key influence on this financial injection to the economy is the availability of irrigation across much of the Canterbury Plains he said It has allowed arable farmers to move beyond being a supplier to livestock farmers and make their own mark on the world Canterbury has always been known as the grain bowl of New Zealand but what is less known is that growers and merchants have been building a reputation for high quality pasture seed and vegetable seed production Australia is the biggest market for pasture seed Northern hemisphere markets remain important for vegetable seeds and growth opportunities are strong in the Asian market The Netherlands is the number one market by value for carrot radish and other vegetable seeds These are high value goods helping to move New Zealand agriculture beyond the traditional mix of meat and dairy products New Zealand Grain and Seed Trade Association general manager Thomas Chin said Michelle Nelson Trackbacks 0 Permalink Previous Next Recent Posts Could be alot worse off Daffodil day Local Talent McDonalds new burger the McCaw Latest News Office Extension Underway New Dairy Farming Technology Milk must have a future Liquid Ammonium Sulphate Winters not over yet Humour from Molloyag Tags Competitions Competitions 1 Archive October 2015 1 August 2015 4 July 2015 4 June 2015 5 May 2015 6 Agri Comments Best Advice Welcome to Agri Comments where

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  • Weather Woes
    short time here over 7500ha s To fill Mark s shoes we have Dan Fogarty who has come to us from Hawkes Bay Dan comes from a family spray company so is with us for a while to see how it is done in the South Island Hopefully the sun is not far away Mangi Trackbacks 0 Permalink Previous Next Recent Posts Could be alot worse off Daffodil day Local Talent McDonalds new burger the McCaw Latest News Office Extension Underway New Dairy Farming Technology Milk must have a future Liquid Ammonium Sulphate Winters not over yet Humour from Molloyag Tags Competitions Competitions 1 Archive October 2015 1 August 2015 4 July 2015 4 June 2015 5 May 2015 6 Agri Comments Best Advice Welcome to Agri Comments where we regularly profile one of our customers every few months This time around we meet Clibborn farms More here Archive Hamish and Vicki Mee More here Pip and Dean Pye More here Agri View Our Blog Could be alot worse off David Molloy 02 Oct 2015 Daffodil day David Molloy 28 Aug 2015 Local Talent David Molloy 21 Aug 2015 McDonalds new burger the McCaw David Molloy 17 Aug 2015 Latest

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  • A normal routine
    so I can get myself off to the office With that done today I am happy to say the school summer holiday season has ended and we can now get back into some kind of normal routine in our home We all had a great night out in Methven on Friday night a farewell evening for Mark Howe our super seasonal sprayer man who has left us to return home to the UK I will miss your tidy job cards Mark Today is a beautiful calm sunny day I hope you all have a great week Becks Trackbacks 0 Permalink Previous Next Recent Posts Could be alot worse off Daffodil day Local Talent McDonalds new burger the McCaw Latest News Office Extension Underway New Dairy Farming Technology Milk must have a future Liquid Ammonium Sulphate Winters not over yet Humour from Molloyag Tags Competitions Competitions 1 Archive October 2015 1 August 2015 4 July 2015 4 June 2015 5 May 2015 6 Agri Comments Best Advice Welcome to Agri Comments where we regularly profile one of our customers every few months This time around we meet Clibborn farms More here Archive Hamish and Vicki Mee More here Pip and Dean

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  • Crop Update
    pressure from disease Mainly from Septoria Tritici at levels and activity not seen for 10 years On the whole I think we can expect an average yield With most Growers double cropping to feed the Dairy industry it is a quick turn around to get some Forage Rape in the ground Winter feed crops are looking very well and have benefited from the Moisture in January Gregor Trackbacks 0 Permalink Previous Next Recent Posts Could be alot worse off Daffodil day Local Talent McDonalds new burger the McCaw Latest News Office Extension Underway New Dairy Farming Technology Milk must have a future Liquid Ammonium Sulphate Winters not over yet Humour from Molloyag Tags Competitions Competitions 1 Archive October 2015 1 August 2015 4 July 2015 4 June 2015 5 May 2015 6 Agri Comments Best Advice Welcome to Agri Comments where we regularly profile one of our customers every few months This time around we meet Clibborn farms More here Archive Hamish and Vicki Mee More here Pip and Dean Pye More here Agri View Our Blog Could be alot worse off David Molloy 02 Oct 2015 Daffodil day David Molloy 28 Aug 2015 Local Talent David Molloy 21 Aug

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  • Change in weather
    harvest to be done and grass to grow Going back on weather records snow on Mt Hutt is not that unusual in February My last blog about underdogs winning come through last night with Nadel loosing the tennis final who went to the TAB Mangi Trackbacks 0 Permalink Previous Next Recent Posts Could be alot worse off Daffodil day Local Talent McDonalds new burger the McCaw Latest News Office Extension Underway New Dairy Farming Technology Milk must have a future Liquid Ammonium Sulphate Winters not over yet Humour from Molloyag Tags Competitions Competitions 1 Archive October 2015 1 August 2015 4 July 2015 4 June 2015 5 May 2015 6 Agri Comments Best Advice Welcome to Agri Comments where we regularly profile one of our customers every few months This time around we meet Clibborn farms More here Archive Hamish and Vicki Mee More here Pip and Dean Pye More here Agri View Our Blog Could be alot worse off David Molloy 02 Oct 2015 Daffodil day David Molloy 28 Aug 2015 Local Talent David Molloy 21 Aug 2015 McDonalds new burger the McCaw David Molloy 17 Aug 2015 Latest News Office Extension Underway David Molloy 07 Aug 2015 Syngenta

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