Emerging Markets for Kiwi Farmers
From goat farming to agritourism, New Zealand’s farming industry is discovering a whole range of new and exciting possibilities. With so many challenges, farming is continuously changing and there is a big shift towards sustainable practices. While this can be overwhelming for farmers, it also offers the opportunity to think outside the box and try something new.
The lowdown on drones
In 2024, the agricultural drone market is expected to grow to 4.8 billion USD, up from 1.2 billion USD in 2019. As more and more farmers recognise their potential, the price of drones continues to drop while their capabilities keep on building. In this article, we will look at some of the most effective ways to use drones on your farm.
How Temple Grandin's Design Principles are Revolutionising Cattle Handling in New Zealand
In our travels around NZ we’ve found most farms integrate one or more of Dr. Grandin's principles into their yards, ensuring our farms are working great for farmers and animals alike. So what should you be looking for in a yard if you are considering Dr. Grandin’s principles?
A Great Day For A Deal
This time of year everyone is looking for a deal. Whether or not you are attending the North Island Fieldays at Mystery Creek, we’re willing to bet you’ll be aware of the specials.While we will be heading to Fieldays ourselves, we will be doing it as attendees not exhibitors. However, Onefarm is taking part in our own way. By offering bloody sharp deals to Kiwi farmers who are looking for some on-farm upgrades. Nationwide.
DTC the answer
Farmers of today are facing many challenges that did not exist twenty years ago or weren’t as severe. Most people agree that we are living in ‘uncertain’ times - particularly economically… but along with the challenges, there are also some excellent opportunities for innovation and growth.