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Adam Marshall’s business Marshall Honey diversifying use of Whanganui River Rd farm

Integrating mānuka into a traditional sheep and beef farm on the Whanganui River Rd has moved the business from supporting one family to providing for six. Adam Marshall saw an opportunity to create more income from his 810ha sheep and beef farm at Koriniti by letting wild mānuka regenerate across the property, setting up Marshall Read more…

Major breakthrough for Mānuka farming initiative

A ground-breaking milestone could see more New Zealand farmers producing high-grade mānuka honey worth millions to the New Zealand economy. Scientifically-bred mānuka cultivars planted on a 130 hectare trial site at Tūtira, Hawke’s Bay between 2011 and 2013 have produced their first crop of mānuka honey with an average Unique Mānuka Factor (UMF®) value of Read more…

Land owners urged to consider planting manuka following Government announcement

Mānuka Farming New Zealand chief executive Stephen Lee welcomes the Government’s One Billion Trees Fund announcement saying it will ensure that large scale land owners consider the many environmental and economic benefits of planting mānuka. Landowners can receive funding support across both of the newly established funds – the Direct Landowner Grants and the Partnership Read more…

Strong interest in Manuka leads to new appointments

Strong interest in the establishment of Mānuka Plantations on farmland has seen Mānuka Farming New Zealand (MFNZ) announce key appointments and promotions. MFNZ has appointed Maggie Olsen to the role of Plantation and Apiary Performance. This follows last year’s appointment of Stephen Lee as Chief Executive Officer and Bronwyn Douglas as Client Relationship Manager. The Read more…

Manuka Farming presents at Rotorua land use event

The Rotorua Land Use Innovation Series is a series of presentations and workshops running throughout August discussing the latest ideas for land use innovation for Rotorua. The series brings together farmers and entrepreneurs* discussing their stories of innovation as well as industry specialists talking dairy sheep, farm tourism, manuka, honey, farm forestry and more. Two Read more…

Free mānuka seedling offer nearly 200 percent oversubscribed

The offer of 1.8 million free mānuka seedlings by Te Uru Rākau (Forestry New Zealand) in partnership with Mānuka Farming New Zealand has proved hugely popular with applications totaling 5.2 million seedlings. Mānuka Farming New Zealand (MFNZ) General Manager Stephen Lee says they were overwhelmed by the huge interest for the seedlings. The initiative contributes Read more…