Displaying 1-7 of 7 Items , Filtered by Feb or Apr or May or Aug and 2022 or 2018 and Northland or Nth Waikato or Sth Waikato or Bay of Plenty or Top of SI / West Coast and Adverse Events or People
25 May 2022
Wetlands can help manage a farm’s environmental footprint and boost biodiversity – and a new NIWA-DairyNZ resource will help farms with wetland design and performance.
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.
12 April 2022
Sustained advocacy from the dairy sector has helped secure 500 more international workers to help on dairy farms, however, the Government’s border class exceptions still fall short of the sector’s 4,000 worker shortage.
08 April 2022
Insights into a significant challenge dairy farmers currently face – how to attract and retain great farm staff in a difficult labour market – will be shared by farmers and an HR specialist at a DairyNZ webinar on April 20.
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.
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