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30 November 2020
Eradication of Mycoplasma bovis is going to plan, but we have a way to go yet.
28 September 2020
Sector body DairyNZ is encouraged by many of the pragmatic solutions being put on the table for agriculture policies to encourage sustainable, profitable farming.
09 September 2020
DairyNZ warmly welcome a government announcement that means some skilled migrant dairy farm employees will be able to return to New Zealand from overseas.
07 September 2020
Dairy farmers can soon vote on who will join DairyNZ’s Board of Directors.
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.
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.
01 November 2019
We all want our dairy farms to be highly attractive workplaces – but how do we get there?
24 September 2019
It’s time for levy paying dairy farmers to cast their votes in DairyNZ’s Board of Directors election
18 September 2019
DairyNZ’s new Taranaki regional leader, Mark Laurence, is looking forward to working with the region’s farmers to help them continue to adapt to a fast-changing environment.
10 September 2019
Track the Tanker is DairyNZ’s new levy-funded education resource released to teachers in May.
09 September 2019
Two positions on DairyNZ’s Board of Directors have attracted eight dairy farmer candidates.
30 August 2019
Every New Zealander is better off today thanks to the nation’s dairy cows – and that’s no exaggeration.
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.
12 March 2019
A new approach to studying has helped Waitoa contract milker Joel Lawrence.
08 March 2019
Investing in formal training can be a tough decision for busy dairy farmers, but a new business plan writing course is helping to address that.
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