Displaying 1-8 of 8 Items , Filtered by Jan or Aug and 2018 and Adverse Events or Animals or DairyNZ Corporate or Feed or Financials or People or Media
15 August 2018
What’s the best way to keep your pasture cover on track this spring? And when is pasture enough, or not enough? DairyNZ feed developer Sally Peel provides some timely advice.
13 August 2018
At Tainui Dairies near Morrinsville, taking a whanau-centred approach to the calving season ensures everyone in the team is motivated and healthy.
08 August 2018
DairyNZ senior scientist Kevin Macdonald, set to retire after nearly 50 years’ service to the dairy sector, brings a final reminder on the value of the Spring Rotation Planner.
06 August 2018
We know pasture management during calving is a key driver of profit, but with a long list of jobs at calving it’s crucial everyone on the team plays their part.
02 August 2018
Positive, productive employees are at the heart of any successful business, says DairyNZ’s people team manager Jane Muir.
01 August 2018
Dairy farmers with governance and leadership experience, and a keen eye on the sector’s future, are encouraged to consider a role on DairyNZ's Board of Directors.
29 July 2018
Farming on the Watson properties has become simpler and easier to replicate in recent years. That’s thanks to Ben and Tim Watson’s decision to re-focus their three North Island farm businesses on growing more grass and reducing their reliance on imported supplements.
29 July 2018
A recent nationwide DairyNZ education project saw students turn detectives, discovering the similarities and differences between their urban and rural life.
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