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    Fencing and waterways

    We’ve currently got a big fencing project on the go, replacing ‘cow fencing’ with deer fencing, I have to admit, I’m not out there doing it but Malcolm sure is and has been putting in some big days/weeks, and we cant speak highly enough of S&S fencing who are helping us. I’m simply staying warm

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    What’s in the capsule?

    I read this week about a company that have been prosecuted for misrepresenting the quality of their deer velvet product by using carob powder as a filler. I am beyond disappointed that for the sake of a few dollars, the actions of one company can tarnish the reputation for all of us in the industry

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    Lets talk about Collagen

    Collagen has rapidly gained popularity in recent years as people have realised its value in supporting the body systems involved in maintenance of skin, hair, nails and joints. It also has benefits for healing the gut, muscles and heart health. What many people don’t realise, is that Collagen is a major constituent of deer velvet

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    It’s not all about the supplements!

    Even though NZ is tracking well with Covid management, many parts of the world are still struggling, and lets face it, there is never a bad time to focus on our immune systems. So many things play into our health and well-being, and supplements are just one of them. We all have different bodies, different

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    Moving on…

    Today marks the end of almost 33 years of living in one place. This weekend we moved from the farmhouse we built and raised the family in – chocka block full of family memories, so it was certainly hard to leave that behind. We have not gone far, just a 5k drive to the north.

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    Why must we remove deer antlers?

    First and foremost, we must remove the antlers from Deer before the ‘Roar’ or mating season to prevent them harming each other. In New Zealand this is March through to May. It’s called the ROAR for a reason and our stags can be heard for miles around bellowing out their unique sound. Cold frosty weather

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    Farmers Weekly: “Velvet quality keeps improving”

    This article was written by Annette Scott and originally published in Farmers Weekly on 6 April 2020. The article is good… the photo however shows overgrown antler, rather than deer velvet so it’s a bit misleading as overgrown antler would not be used in a high quality velvet product. We’ve been in touch to offer

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    How are we keeping you safe during the Covid-19 outbreak?

    With farming and food production considered an essential service during isolation, we want to keep sending Canes Deer Velvet out to the world. It’s important, because it supports the immune system in several different ways and helps the body to heal following tissue damage. We have made an application and are just waiting on clarification

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    Last week on the farm

    While most of New Zealand, and much of the world even, is in lock-down for reasons we are all aware of, farmers are considered essential services so life goes on pretty much as usual for us, with a few modifications to keep us all safe. This awesome team have been putting in the hours in

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    Circulation and Healing

    If you have poor blood circulation you’ll be interested to know that Canes Deer Velvet contains the right nutrients and growth factors to develop a new blood supply.

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