Author: Bonnie Greene

After initial pilot projects ran last year, freshwater farm plans are expected to be ready for roll out from mid 2023 with a focus on the Waikato, Gisborne and Southland regions first. Freshwater farm plans are part of the government’s Essential Freshwater package and the aim...

We are happy to announce to you the updated P&F Global logo and brand strategy as part of the ongoing evolution of our company’s brand. In the life of every company there comes a moment when you need to look closer at who you are or...

Drainage: best practice, improved practices and new technologies Stronger, more lightweight pipe materials are one of the widely recognised advances in drainage, but there are several other technologies and practices that rural drainage specialists can advise on to improve drainage systems.  This article outlines technologies and practices...

Gateway pipe the first choice for family-owned Southland company Superior Farm Maintenance “Gateway pipe definitely stands up to the test of time,” says Superior Farm Maintenance founder and co-owner Matt Wilson And Matt knows what he is talking about — his family-owned farm maintenance business has been...

EUROFLO® slotted pipe onboard for KiwiRail's Papakura to Pukekohe Electrification Project A significant project is currently underway to extend electrification of Auckland’s metro rail network between Papakura and Pukekohe — and EUROFLO® slotted pipe has been selected for the project drainage alongside the railway track. The ultimate...

DO YOU NEED CONSENT FOR YOUR CULVERT IN A RIVER OR STREAM?   National Environmental Standards for Freshwater (NES-F) regulations now apply to a range of structures — including culverts — in New Zealand rivers, streams and connected areas. The regulations have been introduced because many of...

Kaituna Romney sheep are fertile, hardy hill country sheep, much like the 800 hectares of rolling green pasture they live on. Kaituna Ridges is no ordinary stud farm, looking down from the ridges you can see the peaceful Kaituna River winding its way towards the Pelorus...