Displaying 1-8 of 8 Items , Filtered by Feb or Mar or Apr or Aug or Sep and Top of SI / West Coast or Southland / Sth Otago and Adverse Events
04 August 2021
Flood-affected farmers in the South Island are being encouraged to make use of livestock feed support services funded by MPI.
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.
22 April 2020
DairyNZ and Federated Farmers are pleased to see certainty provided by the Government today, that Moving Day – or Moving Week as it will likely be – can proceed from June 1 for thousands of dairy farmers nationwide.
02 April 2020
A week into the COVID-19 lockdown, DairyNZ says dairy farmers are settling into life in lockdown but the sector’s focus remains on ensuring support for farms.
Find out what feed planning assistance is available to you.
05 February 2020
With swollen rivers still rising in some areas, DairyNZ reports that more than 100 dairy farms in Southland and South Otago are being severely impacted by the extensive flooding in the region.
11 April 2019
If you have animals coming home this autumn after grazing on another farm, here’s how to reduce the risk of diseases being spread.
29 March 2019
Dairy farmers who have been affected by severe flooding on the West Coast are being encouraged to reach out for help, if they need it.
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