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Flying: Tyrone Gilks rides at Farm Jam 2012. Photo: NICOLE GOURLEY 626162448
Farm Jam all set to fly
A top-class field of freestyle
motocross, bicycle motocross and
mountainbike riders will strut their
stuff at next month s New Zealand
Farm Jam event. The action is on
February 23, from 11am till 5pm, at
Otapiri Gorge, with riders expected
from across the country and
around the world. The event will be
signposted from Centre Bush and
Browns near Winton.
Winton Playgym starting
It s time for the tiny-tots to play.
Playgym begins in Winton from
February 27 and the programme
runs for five weeks. Playgym is a
great chance for children and
parents to experiment and get
involved in physical activity
together. The cost is $20 and for
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The Athletics Southland Waverly
Shield is on in Winton on Sunday.
Children from the Winton and
Fiordland clubs will take part in the
combined event, which starts at
Cow Consult: DairyNZ Central Southland consulting officer Chris Crossley discusses cow condition with a group of Central
Southland farmers during a DairyNZ PasturePlus meeting in the area on Tuesday.
Photo: MARY WITSEY
Farmer talks focus on
grass and state of cows
DairyNZ farmer meetings kicked
into action around Southland this
week, with attention focused on
grass growth and cow condition.
PasturePlus groups, co-ordinated by
DairyNZ, meet each month in
Central, Northern and Eastern
Southland and cover all aspects of
pasture management. The groups
are free for levy-paying dairy
farmers and their nominated staff.
DairyNZ Central Southland consult-
ing officer Chris Crossley said the
meetings were a good chance for
farmers to discuss ideas and share
''They learn from each other, with
most of them farming in the same
climatic conditions and going
through the same things.''
And while farmers in other parts of
the country were currently strug-
gling with dry conditions, Mr
Crossley said most Southland
farmers appeared to have sufficient
feed at this stage.
The next four weeks would be
critical, with rain generally expec-
ted in Southland in late February or
In the meantime, farmers were
concentrating on the condition of
''We want at least 85 percent of cows
in the herd to have a body condition
score of 5 at calving, but farmers
need to start acting now to achieve
that. It's about feeding cows
The earlier farmers started feeding
cows to build condition the more
time they would have to achieve
results, he said, with cows in good
condition calving well and getting
back in-calf within six weeks.
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