Wednesday, 9 May 2018
Connect, May 2018
Performance pays – your cooperative investing in progress.
Ravensdown opens new $30m Taranaki plant
Hundreds of shareholders turned out to tour around Ravensdown’s new state-of-the-art fertiliser blending plant and distribution centre in New Plymouth.
Reducing the rain dependency
Why coated urea makes lives easier for farmers and for spreaders. Phil Sandford has been involved in spreading for 28 years and is the head of Spreading Sandfords. He’s a big advocate for N-Protect coated urea - not just because it cuts down emissions of greenhouse gases like nitrous oxide – but because it’s more convenient when planning in a spreading job compared to traditional urea.
Tech to help with dairy effluent
Ravensdown and Lincoln University have just unveiled a breakthrough effluent technology that could significantly lift the dairy sector’s effluent and water efficiency.
Also in this issue
- New Environment Plan template
- Moving from Smart Maps to HawkEye
- New terminals for site safety
- Young joiners set to become next generation of leaders