Displaying 1-7 of 7 Items , Filtered by Feb or Dec and 2021 or 2020 or 2018 and All regions or Nth Waikato or Sth Waikato or Taranaki or Lower NI and Animals
09 December 2021
Strong financial management, grazing management and people management skills will help dairy farmers buffer rising input costs and produce milk more efficiently.
08 December 2021
From December, Kiwi dairy farmers will benefit from enhancements to the national animal genetic evaluation system when they select dairy bulls.
02 December 2020
DairyNZ shares the government’s ambition to reduce climate change emissions and today’s declaration of a climate emergency will further highlight the issue’s importance.
26 November 2020
Waikato dairy farm owners Peter & Vicki Risi are nailing it at being good bosses, and their team approach has continued paying off despite the Covid-19 restrictions.
26 November 2020
DairyNZ’s Flexible Milking Project is investigating the pros and cons of milking three times in two days (3-in-2). Bay of Plenty farmer Nick Dowson is one of several pilot farmers involved in the project who’ve adopted a full-season flexible milking strategy.
17 December 2018
After a tough 2018 for many dairy farmers who have been tackling Mycoplasma bovis or working hard to prevent it getting on farm, today’s announcement comes as a positive indication that eradication is possible.
04 December 2018
The Boards of DairyNZ and Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) have today announced agreement on how each industry’s share of the cost of the Mycoplasma bovis (M. bovis) phased eradication programme will be split.
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