Farming Tag

EUROFLO products are easy and safe to install, cost-effective and durable with SN-ratings designed to withstand heavy loads and tough treatment.   If you need to deliver cost-effective, durable drainage solutions for farms and rural projects, you need to install EUROFLO pipes and fittings....

If you need to deliver cost-effective, durable drainage solutions on civil projects, you need to install EUROFLO pipes and fittings. EUROFLO pipes have been installed by councils and civil contractors across New Zealand and the feedback is that installation is faster and safer with a lower...

Understanding the impact of new freshwater regulations on farms and farm management Wetland protections and standards for intensive winter grazing are among the first of the new freshwater regulations to take effect. We’ve developed this short paper to provide an overview of all the freshwater regulations,...

EUROFLO® GO-IN SYSTEM PROVIDES EASY DRAINAGE SOLUTION FOR COMMERCIAL DAIRY FARM SHED A new loafing barn at Tukituki Dairy Goats commercial farm in the Hawkes Bay was in need of a simple drainage solution for rainwater and EUROFLO®’s Go-In System has proven to be the perfect...

Water quality in New Zealand rivers, streams, lakes and wetlands is under pressure from a range of farming, industry and urban activities. Farmers have already made massive progress in excluding stock from waterways but there is still work to be done to meet the requirements...

EUROFLO® SIMPLIFIES CULVERT REPLACEMENT IN STREAM FOR SOUTH OTAGO FARMER Replacing a steel pipe in a stream on his 750ha sheep and beef farm at Toko Mouth, south of Dunedin, could have been a massive undertaking for farmer Simon Davies but EUROFLO pipe simplified the job...

EUROFLO slotted pipe saves time and delivers better farm drainage EUROFLO® slotted pipe has saved a Southland farmer hours of painstaking manual labour and delivered a real improvement in his farm’s drainage. Southland farmer Murray Ballantine was preparing to replace decades-old earthenware pipes that had started to...

Around New Zealand more than 99% of all regular stock crossing points on dairy farms have bridges or culverts. That equates to more than 40,000 stock crossings nationwide. Young dairy farmer Hamish Robinson has carried out a range of projects over the last year to upgrade...

Conrad Waihape from Waihape Excavating and Drainage received a call late one afternoon. A tanker track bridge had recently been condemned by an inspector but the communication about this had failed to reach the farmer. He was now left with a little over 12 hours...