Autumn has arrived, most have had some rain and some too much. Here in Hawke’s Bay we have had consistent rain this summer and feed is plentiful, a pleasant change from the last couple of non-existent autumns.
Danielle here writing to you from the King Country. Summer time and the living is easy? Some days I’m humming that and other days not so much. Rain fell this week and the hum is back!
I think we are all thankful for the recent rain! There are many topics to cover in this newsletter, so read on.
I have the good fortune to be responsible for the Christmas newsletter this year. Merry Xmas and a wonderful 2022 to you all, it has got to better than 2021!
Given all that is happening in the world at the moment, a bit of a moan about the weather doesn’t really rank up there in terms of grievances. It is bliss to turn off devices and connections to the world and enjoy the peace sometimes.
Spring is here and the grass is finally starting to grow at close to the required rate.
Hello to all – hope we are all managing to keep our heads at this busy time of year!
It is my turn to provide a newsletter for July and update Council activities. We are working on some promotional advertising, this year targeting the dairy sector, to generate interest in using Red Devon bulls as dairy beef sires.
With some rain finally arriving and mild weather prevailing the upcoming winter does not look as worrisome as it was just a few weeks ago. Our hearts go out to those farmers affected by the severe flooding in the South Island. The decline in beef prices appears to have run its course and hopefully schedules …
The latest from Rockview Red Devons… As we settle into Autumn and have a change in overnight temperatures, we are still desperately waiting for some much needed rain to arrive, as are most of us. It has been a hot, dry summer and we have little grass ahead of us leading into winter. This is …