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Soil managemnt is always an intersting subject of discussion, much is still unknown, but as the world is looking for solutions of weanig itself off oil and chemicals interesting solutions emerge
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Auto feeders have been around for a long time, as one of NZ few remaing manufacturers of feeders TechniPharm has a 30 year history in providing feeders, from the early Irish Le Grains to the ROBOT feeder ( made in NZ)
This Report prepared by the Dairy Exporter June 2020
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Our team was fortunate to attend this year Bull sale at Twin Oak where some years ago we installed a High Performance Yard and Highflow 260 Cattle Handler and auto drafter .
We congratulate Roger and Susan with yet an outstanding sale .
Top price 40k with a couple of other lots going for around 25k, then between 8 and 11k with the lower prices around 4-5k. Total Bulls for sale 48.
R&S happy with the sale considering the current environment and grateful they were able to have the sale with the lifting of group restriction from 10 to 100.
Yards looked in very good order and is a credit to what was designed for the purpose and installed at the time.
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Article on John and Liz McKerchar Short gestation Herefords.
TechniPharm is proud to have provided the Mc Kerchars with Cattle Handling systems on their impressive journey over the last 30 years.
Their latest purchase a Highflow 260 Fun;ly Hydraulic Hander in 2019
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Many parts of animal wellbeing are poorly understood, particularly when it comes to comfort and wintering in NZ
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James and Georgie Knight from Mortlake entered the 2017 Beef Spectacular Feedback Trial for the first time and took out the Grand Champion pen of Five Steers.
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Field days and shows will always be part of Agriculture , but networking, learning platforms and industry connections will drive the future off these, where equipment will be shown on video ( already many companies use these) but next step is virtual reality, 3 D models and Holograms .
Bit out there ? just remember 10 ears ago we hardly knew what a smart phone was.
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