Wed, 27 Feb 2013 5:43a.m.
Northland farmers are set to find out if they will get a drought declaration after weeks of hot, dry weather.
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27/02/2013 2:57:10 p.m.
And when the going is good do we the people bailing farmers out get any help with our living costs.No the price of beef,lamb. etc etc goes up.
A severe cold snap is expected to hit the South Island today, bringing snow and bitter winds.
It's day two of Fieldays, the southern hemisphere's biggest farming event, at Mystery Creek in Hamilton.
Hundreds of international visitors have descended on the annual National Agricultural Fieldays event in Mystery Creek.
The National Fieldays gets underway this morning – it's the largest agri-business exhibition in the southern hemisphere.
Federated Farmers says a forecast payout of $7/kg of milk solids will offset the hit to the economy caused by the drought.
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