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  • Introducing the new Automatic Lure Pump (ALP)
    Introducing the new Automatic Lure Pump (ALP)


    Pest free havens in national parks to homes around the world are now a reality thanks to the A24 self-resetting multi-species kill trap targeting rats and stoats. It is small, easy to install and delivers a powerful impact that kills pests instantly every time.

    Every A24 Rat Trap & Counter Kit with ALP purchased during April and May puts you in the draw to WIN 1 of 10 Goodnature A24 Rat Trap & Counter Kits!

    This exclusive offer is only available through your local Farmlands store! Click here for more information!

    Terms and Conditions apply.


Theft occurs more than you might think, in fact on average one burglary is reported in New Zealand every 10 minutes! Not only is theft incredibly frustrating, but it’s also a safety risk to your family and any workers or contractors on your property. So we’ve put together a handy Rural Crime Prevention Advice Guide to help you minimise theft on your property. Click here to find out more.

Click here for more helpful videos from FMG on managing the risks on your lifeststyle block.

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  • Watch out for nitrate poisoning!

    nitrate poisoning riskLivestock farmers should be careful when allowing their animals to graze any regrowth in pastures that are recovering from the exceptional drought much of New Zealand has experienced this year – because farm animals are especially vulnerable to nitrate poisoning at this time.

  • Keeping ducks

    ducklingswDucks are endearing creatures and they make friendly and lovable pets, even if they can be a bit messy!  What's so good about them?  Ducks are hardy birds that may live for up to 7 years; they lay eggs that you can eat; just like chicken eggs; they provide meat; they are easy to contain; they aren’t as prone to infectious diseases as chickens; they eat slugs, worms and any other wee beasties they can catch, and of course it’s nice to have them waddling around making happy quacks!

  • Internal parasites in cattle, sheep and goats – an update

    drenchingIn recent years, a lot of progress has been made in understanding how to control worm burdens in livestock. However it's a hugely complex issue, not least because of the widespread problem of drench resistance! This makes it difficult for lifestylers to know how to deal with worms in their stock.


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