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Trees for Fodder

Trees can produce high quality fodder, especially useful in drought conditions and times of feed shortage.

In this page:
Trees on Farms videos | Treegrower Articles | Other sources of information

Trees on Farms Videos

 


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Treegrower articles

Sustainable Farming Fund Tree Fodder Project Page

Poplar fodder trial

Work on poplars and willows

Pruning young poplars

Managing poplars and willows on farms

Where is poplar and willow research going?

Poplars and willows for drought fodder


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Other sources of information

Title 

Author/source Date 

Summary of contents and
key words 

Available from 

Free
or
priced 

 

Link to
full
citation 

Using Trees on Farms 

NZ Grassland Association Workshop proceedings (edited by JFL Charlton) 

Handbook with a series of workshop papers focusing mainly on farmers’ experiences with fodder crops but includes papers on shelter, and alternative species. 

NZ Farm Forestry Association 

Free 

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NZ Grassland Association and NZ Farm Forestry Association (2003)

Fodder willows for Hawke’s Bay 

Hawke’s Bay Regional Council Land Management series 

Introductory information on choice of willow species and fodder systems for east-country farms. 

http://www.hbrc.govt.nz/
hbrc-documents/hbrc%20
document%20library/
fodderwil.pdf

Free 

UR 

 

 


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