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18 December 2018
DairyNZ has welcomed the government’s consultation on temporary work visas and the proposed introduction of Regional Skills Shortage Lists, saying labour shortages are a very real and serious problem for the dairy sector.
17 December 2018
After a tough 2018 for many dairy farmers who have been tackling Mycoplasma bovis or working hard to prevent it getting on farm, today’s announcement comes as a positive indication that eradication is possible.
15 December 2018
DairyNZ Upper NI hub leader Sharon Morrell talks about her team’s work and achievements.
13 December 2018
DairyNZ has launched an exciting new movement to get everyone to play a role in improving NZ’s waterways, explains chief executive Tim Mackle.
12 December 2018
Discussion groups help farmers to link up, support each other and make the best use of DairyNZ's farm assessment toolbox.
11 December 2018
Find out how methane reduction targets differ from other greenhouse gas targets – and other factors in the balance.
07 December 2018
Meet three Waikato farmers who are taking early action on managing effluent.
06 December 2018
Check out a snapshot of three DairyNZ regional projects that are building a better dairy sector by bringing farmers together.
04 December 2018
This week Wellington is hosting nearly one-hundred of New Zealand’s most passionate dairy farming leaders.
04 December 2018
The Boards of DairyNZ and Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) have today announced agreement on how each industry’s share of the cost of the Mycoplasma bovis (M. bovis) phased eradication programme will be split.
03 December 2018
DairyNZ has launched a potentially game-changing research project to test the benefits of plantain in local pastures.
28 November 2018
The DairyNZ levy-funded project enabled students to help look after waterways in their areas while learning about local farmers’ environmental initiatives.
23 July 2018
Chloe Mackle was scared of the dark and anything that moved – but when she was challenged to try dairy farming, she decided to go for it.
19 July 2018
Methane inhibitors are looking like one of the most promising tools to reduce New Zealand’s greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture.
18 July 2018
Managing and reducing dairy cows’ methane emissions is crucial to the future of sustainable and profitable dairy farming in New Zealand.
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