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Hatuma Dicalcic Phosphate was proud to be one of the sponsors of the recent Wairarapa Gate to Plate event at the Masterton A&P Show. The Gate-to-Plate event is a competition where Wairarapa farmers submit one lamb each to be judged – first on the hoof, then on the hook, and finally on the plate. We’re..

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Dairy farmer, Andrew Young is passionate about protecting the environment and does everything he can to prevent nutrients leaching into waterways on his property. “I use Hatuma Dicalcic Phosphate because it’s a non-water soluble product, so it stays in the soil for the plant to use and doesn’t run off into our rivers and streams…

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The decision to use Hatuma Dicalcic Phosphate was a game changer for Hawke’s Bay farmer, Ron Dawson who started applying the fertiliser five years ago and has never looked back. He says using Hatuma Dicalcic Phosphate® is the best farming decision he ever made and he saw results over a short period of time. “The stock started..

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The Waipukurau Racecourse was a hive of activity on Sunday (15th September) as eager walkers and runners from as far away as Christchurch gathering for the annual Hatuma Lime Half Marathon. The event which was renamed this year following the new alliance with naming sponsor the Hatuma Lime Company, was deemed a success on all..

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Rural schools around the country have been able to boost resources thanks to the help of farmers and fertiliser company, Hatuma Dicalcic Phosphate Ltd. Farmers throughout New Zealand are invited to donate money to Hatuma’s “Growing Minds” fund by nominating a school and in return Hatuma donates a percentage of their dicalcic phosphate order to..

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Hatuma’s Aaron Topp talks on Richard Loe’s farming show about the benefits of the Hatuma Growing Minds Fund Listen to talk here.

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We’re heading for some real food crunches on a global scale, but what’s underpinning them and how will they shape NZ? Morgan Williams interview question 8 from Catalyst Creative on Vimeo.

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National Sales Manager for Hatuma Dicalcic Phosphate, Andrew Forsyth, speaks to Richard Loe on Live Sport about how Hatuma is helping curb pollution in a rural red zone. Listen to talk here.

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A group of South Island farmers have rallied together to improve their environmental practises and protect their land and waterways. Environment Canterbury (ECAN) has declared the Upper Waitaki region a red zone because the nutrient levels in the Ahuriri River are too high. At a farm field day organised by fertiliser and lime company, Hatuma..

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Continuing our series of videos with Dr Morgan Williams, we discuss some practical steps towards building a resilient sustainable business. Morgan Williams interview question 7 from Catalyst Creative on Vimeo.

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