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24 February 2020
With flexible milking systems becoming increasingly popular, new research into ‘three in two’ milking indicating that farmers and their staff could benefit from this system will be presented at DairyNZ’s upcoming Canterbury Farmers’ Forum.
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.
10 February 2020
Auckland jewellers Mark and Pamela Beckett are showing their love for New Zealand dairy farmers by giving away a two-carat diamond valued at $12,000.
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
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.
25 July 2019
Today, DairyNZ chief executive Dr Tim Mackle appeared before Parliament’s Environment Select Committee to send a clear message to politicians – an unachievable 47 percent methane reduction target would be setting farmers up to fail.
23 July 2019
Young(est) Farmer of the Year talks about what’s invaluable and who he’d invite to help with the milking.
19 July 2019
DairyNZ endorses a renewed focus on improving biosecurity in New Zealand, following the announcement by Government today.
04 July 2019
The Mycoplasma bovis Programme has accepted almost all of the recommendations from two reviews into a backlog of trace animal movements, and the surge of activity to process them, in the lead up to Moving Day and winter movements.
01 July 2019
For Northland farmers Mark and Vicki Meyer, keeping their cows thriving starts with keeping their farm team thriving, even in the busy winter months.
01 July 2019
Lye Farm manager Bruce Sugar’s team supports the science while keeping both farm and cows in top shape.
01 July 2019
Dozens of students recently joined up with DairyNZ, local farmers and community groups to carry out riparian planting on a Kakanui farm.
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