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March 2011
Next month, leading Taranaki dairy farmers will impart their knowledge around operating high and low input farm systems at DairyNZ’s Face-to-Face event on Tuesday, April 12. The discussion panel will feature local farmers, Greg Topless, Bede Kissick and
Next month, dairy farmers in the Lower North Island will get the chance to learn about the latest industry research that can make a difference in their farming operations now and into the future. Sharing the latest industry research outcomes is part of t
A new venture aimed at improving the quality of farm business management in New Zealand is being launched today (March 25). The Centre of Excellence in Farm Business Management is a joint venture by Lincoln and Massey universities, with the support of Da
Farmers get Face-to-Face with DairyNZ
Posted On: Tuesday, 22 March 2011
DairyNZ is taking its latest research around the country and holding “face-to-face” events in Taranaki, Manawatu, Southland and Waikato during April and May. Dr Tim Mackle, DairyNZ’s Chief Executive, says the Face-to-Face events are a great opportunity f
DairyNZ says there are multiple challenges facing Lower North Island (LNI) farmers relating to establishment and management of productive pastures. Around 30 seed company representatives, contractors and dairy farmers attended a DairyNZ-led LNI pasture r
DairyNZ says work the dairy industry is to doing to address effluent non-compliance is starting to pay off. The Dairying and Clean Streams Accord results released today cover the 2009/10 season and shows similar results to the 2008/09 season in meeting t
Students vie for DairyNZ scholarships
Posted On: Monday, 14 March 2011
DairyNZ has announced the 2011 winners of its sought-after scholarship programme. There were 97 applicants for the 14 available places on the programme which now supports 57 outstanding students with a particular interest in dairying, who are undertaking
Massey and DairyNZ create farm management chair
Posted On: Friday, 11 March 2011
Associate Professor Nicola ShadboltMassey University and DairyNZ today announced a New Zealand Dairy Industry Chair in Farm Management, a position recognising the importance of primary production to the nation’s economic success. Associate P
International position for Kiwi dairy scientist
Posted On: Wednesday, 2 March 2011
DairyNZ Chief Scientist Dr Eric Hillerton has been appointed president of the international organisation the National Mastitis Council (NMC). DairyNZ Chief Scientist Dr Eric Hillerton He is the first person from outside North America
 
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