Enter Now - Ballance Farm Environment Awards
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BakerAg is proud to announce that Sarah Hawkins has become a Certified Nutrient Management Advisor.
Nutrient management in New Zealand is regularly evolving as farmers focus on nutrient efficiency and as individual regional councils specify environmental requirements.
On Tuesday, 28th February, BakerAg Offices (Masterton and Feilding) will be putting on our farm gear and gumboots, to help some of our local farms affected by the flooding.
So we will not be in the Office. If you need anything please leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
MPI has provided some information on Cyclone Gabrielle recovery advice, support and funding.
Please have a look. There is help for immediate response and recovery efforts.
BakerAg are thrilled and proud to advise that at a recent New Zealand Institute of Primary Industry Management (NZIPIM) meeting Chris Garland was recognised as a Life member of the Institute - full citation follows
Chris Garland graduated from Massey University in the late 70’s and joined the MAF Advisory Services as a farm advisor.
Farmers in their tractors and utes are staging protests in 55 cities all over New Zealand today, all uniting to show disapproval of numerous government policies that interfere with the way farmers operate and increase costs.
Click on the link below to listen to BakerAg consultant Chris Garland discuss the protest with Magic Talk
BakerAg is a well-established rural consultancy and valuation company with offices in Masterton and Feilding. We service clients mainly throughout the Southern North Island as well as nationwide, in sheep and beef consultancy, dairy consultancy, rural and commercial valuation (including property rights and leasing) and have a growing environmental compliancy service offering.
The future looks extremely bright for Sam Vivian-Greer of Masterton, who received the coveted 2021 New Zealand Zanda McDonald Award this morning, at a dawn ceremony at Whangara Farms, north of Gisborne.
Vivian-Greer, 31, is a Farm Consultant at BakerAg in the Wairarapa, working alongside farmers who are keen to improve and better their farming operations, and has developed mentoring groups to further develop farm managers and agricultural professionals.
Ed Harrison, BakerAg, facilitator of the Beef + Lamb New Zealand Wairarapa Farming for Profit programme, outlining the purpose of this video series and Wairarapa farmer Sully Alsop setting the scene on his Omahu property.
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