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“Take care of your employees and they will take care of your business, it’s that simple.” Richard Branson originally said this, and for Rob Sharkie, Ruralco’s CEO this is where the magic happens. “For Ruralco, the mental health and wellbeing of employees is integral to our strategy. The Ruralco leadership team have been working on how to ensure we make meaningful progress in this space and have it ingrained within the future of our business. We know that getting thi...
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Driven by producing a quality product, not commercial gain, it’s Glen Whyte’s attention to detail that sets him apart in producing world class venison.
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Based at Lowburn on the banks of Lake Dunstan, the Lawrence’s have been part of the district’s winemaking community for over 20 years.
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This winter Ruralco is ramping up efforts to help make members’ farming year be a simpler, lower stress affair, with the co-operative’s pool of experienced staff on hand to help members plan their new farming year ahead of the inevitable challenges that may arise.
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Would you like to know how you can best influence your lambing percentages and achieve a higher twin ratio?
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Catch crops, commonly referred to as cover crops are nothing new. Already used extensively in cropping, they are traditionally sown in autumn to provide feed over winter for stock, conserve nutrients and reduce weeds, runoff, and wind erosion.
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The demand to reduce livestock methane emissions is not in some distant timeline. That is glaringly close for biological businesses that can take several years to adjust and respond to altered environmental expectations.
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Ruralco Chair Jessie Chan was recently appointed as a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for her services to Dairy and Agriculture.
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Newly appointed Ruralco Director Andrew Barlass has spent the last few years returning to his roots, in more ways than one.
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One Taranaki family has managed to step aside from the whirlwind impact of manuka honey goldrush, keeping firm to their values of sustainable, healthy hives and good relations with landowners.
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