Displaying 1-15 of 16 Items , Filtered by Feb or Mar or May and 2020 and Taranaki and Adverse Events or Career or Environment
28 May 2020
Sector feedback has resulted in significant change to the Government’s Essential Freshwater package but there is still a sting in the tail, says DairyNZ chief executive Dr Tim Mackle.
26 May 2020
Dairy farmers have just days left to vote on the milksolids levy – which closes 5pm Saturday, May 30.
20 May 2020
The deadline is looming for dairy farmers to have their say on the milksolids levy vote, which closes May 30.
15 May 2020
A DairyNZ project in Selwyn and Hinds is helping dairy farmers significantly reduce nitrogen losses on farms, while maintaining profitability.
12 May 2020
As an estimated 5000 dairy farm households New Zealand-wide prepare to move for the new dairy season, from June 1, information is available to help make this year’s shift during COVID-19 safe and easier.
08 May 2020
DairyNZ wants people who have lost jobs due to COVID-19 know there is plenty of work on dairy farms, especially in Waikato, Canterbury, Otago and Southland – and that they might well earn more than in their previous role.
06 May 2020
DairyNZ says today’s announcement of a $500,000 government fund for drought recovery will be appreciated by farmers in need of feed assistance, but says it highlights the need for long-term solutions.
06 May 2020
A solution has been found for Southland farmers who may require a new wintering consent, or variation, this year.
30 March 2020
The deadline for lodging appeals on the Proposed Marlborough Environment Plan has been extended to Friday 8 May 2020.
18 March 2020
Dairy farmers are invited to find out more about research into flexible milking and its benefits at a free online DairyNZ webinar on Monday, March 30.
01 March 2020
DairyNZ’s recent Dairy Environment Leaders’ Forum was an opportunity to show others that dairy farmers are responding to sector issues and policy direction, says chair Tracy Brown.
20 February 2020
Research into wintering crops and infrastructure, along with ways to meet recommended practice, will be shared at DairyNZ’s Farmers’ Forum in Southland on March 3.
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.
03 February 2020
If you have indigenous vegetation, wetlands or indigenous fauna on your farm - you could be affected by these proposals. Find out more.
03 February 2020
Ten years ago, the dairy sector set itself an ambitious research target. DairyNZ strategy and investment leader Bruce Thorrold looks at how we’re tracking.
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