Displaying 1-9 of 9 Items , Filtered by Feb or Oct and 2021 or 2020 or 2018 and Sth Waikato or Bay of Plenty or Canterbury / Nth Otago or Southland / Sth Otago and Adverse Events or Career or DairyNZ Corporate or People
21 October 2021
A social media video launched by DairyNZ last week is strongly encouraging rural communities, particularly farmers, to get behind the nationwide drive for vaccinations.
13 October 2021
DairyNZ broadly supports the approach outlined in the Government’s Emissions Reduction Plan discussion document, but will push hard for more R&D investment.
11 October 2021
DairyNZ is pleased by progress to improve winter grazing regulations but wants further changes so new rules are fair, practical and workable on-farm.
25 February 2021
New DairyNZ research shows farmers can identify ways to increase efficiency and reduce environmental footprint – but there will be challenges for some.
11 February 2021
Award-winning dairy farmer Fraser McGougan has been appointed chair of the DairyNZ Climate Change Ambassadors.
23 October 2020
Dairy farmers with an interest in governance are encouraged to apply for two associate director roles.
15 October 2020
Dairy farmers are encouraged to attend DairyNZ’s annual general meeting (AGM) in Ashburton, where 2019/20 key projects, investment highlights and financial results will be discussed.
12 October 2020
A series of local events will help farmers know their farm’s key numbers – both profit and environmental.
07 October 2020
Southern dairy farmers will have a front-row seat in designing, approving and testing a new wintering system in Southland.
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