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02 May 2022
A diverse range of keynote speakers and workshops will offer inspired thinking to help solve farming challenges at the South Island’s largest dairy event – SIDE 2022, in Oamaru.
02 May 2022
DairyNZ and Beef + Lamb NZ (B+LNZ) are taking farmer feedback on board and working hard to improve the agricultural emissions pricing options, including driving down the administration costs.
29 March 2022
A financial expert and a transformational chief executive are the two independent directors to be appointed to DairyNZ’s Board of Directors.
25 March 2022
DairyNZ chief executive Dr Tim Mackle has announced two internal appointments to DairyNZ’s senior management team.
16 March 2022
Agriculture’s emissions pricing alternatives are attracting good interest from dairy, sheep and beef farmers.
18 February 2022
Due to high farmer interest, more than 15 extra online regional meetings are being added to the DairyNZ and Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) agriculture emissions pricing roadshow.
09 February 2022
Farmers now have more time to have a say on designing a new emissions pricing option as an alternative to agriculture going into the NZ ETS.
31 May 2021
DairyNZ is encouraging Canterbury farmers to look out for each other and access support agencies for any assistance.
27 May 2021
Dairy farmers are being encouraged to attend this year’s SIDE event, to take advantage of a range of practical workshops.
20 May 2021
The Government’s Budget has missed the opportunity to give farmers the on-the-ground backing they need to continue innovating and enhancing sustainability, says DairyNZ.
15 May 2021
A Government announcement yesterday enabling the formation of a Workforce Development Council for people, food and fibre is a positive step for the dairy sector, says DairyNZ.
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.
31 March 2021
An aspiring beauty therapist has made the switch to dairy farming, where Waikato woman Tyla Ireland has found her calling.
17 March 2021
Dairy farmers at the Dairy Environment Leaders Forum in Wellington have heard first-hand what will be required of all New Zealanders in order to meet our climate change obligations.
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.
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