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26 August 2021
Proposed changes to winter grazing regulations released by Government today appear to be a sensible step forward, but DairyNZ will review the fine print to help deliver rules that work on-farm.
31 May 2021
DairyNZ is encouraging Canterbury farmers to look out for each other and access support agencies for any assistance.
11 May 2021
Farmers preparing to graze livestock on fodder crops this winter are being encouraged to use a new checklist and other practical resources now available sector-wide.
16 March 2021
DairyNZ is pleased collaborative action and the farming sector’s input has delivered practical winter grazing decisions, which sees farmers able to continue delivering on good practice changes.
11 March 2021
DairyNZ is encouraging dairy farmers to provide feedback on the Climate Change Commission proposal, and a template is now available online to help.
09 March 2021
DairyNZ events launching this week will help farmers achieve a thriving business while meeting environmental goals.
02 March 2021
DairyNZ is calling on the government to respond to an advisory group's recommendations to improve winter grazing rules.
25 February 2021
New DairyNZ research shows farmers can identify ways to increase efficiency and reduce environmental footprint – but there will be challenges for some.
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