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  • 16/11/09 - AGRESEARCH PLANS TO ALTER THE MAKE-UP OF COWS, SHEEP AND GOATS TO PRODUCE A MEDICINAL SUPER-MILK BY MIXING HUMAN AND ANIMAL DNA. More
     

  • 12/11/09 - GENERAL OBSERVATIONS OF A DOGS BODY WORKER ON A CROPPING FARM. I worked 3 seasons on a cropping farm that grew wheat of various varieties, barley, oats and occasionally peas. More


  • 23/09/09 - WALES 2009 BY EWAN CAMPBELL. Over the last 5 years, Probitas and I have gained much publicity for the work we have done in soil fertility and animal production. More

  • 16/03/09 - MOVE AWAY FROM CHEMICAL FERTILISERS WITHOUT COMPROMISING PROFITABILITY. We’ve been using chemical fertilisers and pest control products for decades on our farms, crops and our home gardens. The consequence of this is nutrient deficient, chemically compromised food. More


  • 15/03/09 - KATI-KATI SCHOOL STUDENT JOINS FIGHT AGAINST FACIAL ECZEMA ON FARMS. Pippa Grierson, is currently a student at KatiKati college in her last year of school. For the past four years she has been researching the effect that Agricultural Lime has on killing toxic Facial Eczema spores, both in the short and long term. More


  • 12/03/09 - 5 SIGNS THAT YOUR FARM NEEDS HELP! 1) The soil is really dry and hard or hard to break apart. This is an indicator that your soil isn’t holding water as well as it should for when it’s really needed. More


  • 11/03/09 - WHAT MAKES UP HEALTHY SOIL? There are many factors that combine to produce the optimal growing conditions, but here’s some information to start you off. More


  • 09/03/09 - UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF YOUR SOIL. YOUR GARDEN WILL THANK YOU FOR IT! Behind every great garden there’s good soil and behind every good soil there’s a nutrient rich soil conditioner.  More


  • 07/03/09 - CALL US TODAY ON 0800 77 62 48 TO RECEIVE A FREE COPY OF OUR EDUCATIONAL DVD. More


  • 04/03/09 - ARE YOUR ANIMALS SUFFERING FROM FACIAL ECZEMA? Facial Eczema (FE) is a condition affecting cattle, sheep, goats and deer. It has its origin from a fungus called pithomyces which grows on dead litter at the base of rye grass. More


  • 01/03/09 - PART 1 - PHOSPHORUS, HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH? New Zealand farmers are commonly applying up to ten time's more phosphorus than the amount that is leaving the farm each year. More


  • 01/03/09 - PART 2 - PHOSPHORUS, HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH? Making use of the phosphorus that already lies in your pasture. More


  • 01/03/09 - YOUR LAND MAY NEVER RECOVER FROM THE TOXINS YOU APPLY ON IT. Why the environment is unable to bounce back from our chemical abuse. More

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