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  • Liquid Nitrogen
    behind this from more accurate application product more readily available reduced losses and spray equipment able to handle tall forage crops Now that we have had some rain most brassica crops and Dairy pastures are in need of a Nitrogen top up typically 18 to 70 units N For added benefit we can also mix Magnesium Manganese Sulphur Gibberellic Acid growth Promotant and Dimilin for Porina control Molloyag are the people to talk to we have all the product readily available and the high clearance equipment to get accurate application Give me a ring now to plan your requirements 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

    Original URL path: http://www.molloyag.co.nz/agri-view/liquid-nitrogen (2016-04-30)
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  • Tour of New Zealand
    We would like to thank Molloy Agriculture Ltd for sponsoring us by supplying some of the cycling gear we will need for the event We have been asked to nominate a charity and have decided upon St John and asked for any money raised be kept for our own local Methven St John By next week you will be able to donate through the Give a little website Keep an eye out for us on the roads round Methven as we train for the event 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

    Original URL path: http://www.molloyag.co.nz/agri-view/tour-of-new-zealand (2016-04-30)
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  • Mountainview Agronomy goes to the Top.....
    or even those that just want to take in the views The six man chair lift was running giving the opportunity to get to the summit where you could then descend either on your mountain bike or take the more sedate option by making your own way down on foot The weather on the plains was a bit average with mist and low cloud but on the top of the mountain we were above the cloud and basking in glorious sunshine which was similar to that in 2013 To enable the lift to operate without any snow on the ground requires building substantial ramps using pallets and straw bales to allow disembarking at the top and bottom Getting these to the summit proves to be quite an exercise in itself The day proved to be a great fundraiser for the Methven Lions and the local community with proceeds going to benefit local schools This is a day not to be missed in the future and is becoming a must do on the calendar for Mountain bikers Check out the great pictures taken by Bill Irwin on the Methven Lions facebook page A special thanks to all those that helped or supported the event 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

    Original URL path: http://www.molloyag.co.nz/agri-view/mountainview-agronomy-goes-to-the-top (2016-04-30)
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  • Auckland
    everyone in Auckland needs to travel the same way at the same time I was certainly glad to get back home to Methven This week we are going to have a farewell for Neil and Simon they both have done a great job as seasonal drivers this summer and will be heading back to the cold and cloudy weather of England and Scotland At this stage I would like to welcome a new team member Ashley Jenkins has started with us as Dispatch Manager Some changes internally for us and with time we will have Ashley meet you as clients All for now go the Black Caps 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

    Original URL path: http://www.molloyag.co.nz/agri-view/auckland (2016-04-30)
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  • Feast and Famine in Canterbury
    do it all tomorrow Last nights opening ceremony again in Christchurch kicked off the Cricket World Cup 2015 which will be jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand with South Island Games in Nelson Christchurch and Dunedin And tonight we are back into rugby with the 2015 Super Rugby season kicking off Locally we will be supporting the Crusaders against the Rebels in Christchurch However the rest of the East Coast of the South Island is suffering a famine at the moment in terms of feed for livestock and some very average grain yields on dryland farms Fortunately as of yesterday MPI has declared the region a drought zone which offers up some funding for those in need At times like this it is important to help each other out and keep in touch with your neighbour What better way to do it than take some time out and go and see some sport Especially when there is so much on locally 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 2015 McDonalds new burger

    Original URL path: http://www.molloyag.co.nz/agri-view/feast-and-famine-in-canterbury (2016-04-30)
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  • Put your feet up its raining
    with very few opportunities for rest so I hope today brings some relief to the farmers who so badly need rain and a wee rest for all the contractors and farmers who have been busy harvesting maybe time to go home early and put your feet up 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 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

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  • What have we been up to
    done Last Sunday for some light relief I went down to Timaru to watch car and truck racing now although it looks a lot of fun with some vehicles there has been serious cash spent Well done to a good client of ours Andrew Wright getting the best out of his BMW and to James from Autosparks in his Rover Keep up the good work 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

    Original URL path: http://www.molloyag.co.nz/agri-view/what-have-we-been-up-to (2016-04-30)
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  • No Burning.....
    and take extra precautions However those that it may impact most on are all the farmers that are currently harvesting their crops for them it means no straw or stubble burning Some of you might think GREAT no more smoke or smuts blowing across roads to contend with For the farmer burning is a great cost effective way of clearing crop residue to give a clean start for following crops So what will this mean and what are the impacts There could be quite a few More straw baled more straw chopped increased use of direct drills to cope with trash more ploughing cultivations increased weed pest in following crops increased costs The list could go on but what it does mean is farmers will have to change their normal practice to the best alternative to suit their situation You might say well that s nothing new we do that all the time I guess that farming every day seems to bring a new 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

    Original URL path: http://www.molloyag.co.nz/agri-view/no-burning (2016-04-30)
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