Displaying 1-10 of 10 Items , Filtered by Mar or Oct and Feed or Financials
27 March 2020
The M. bovis programme is continuing to operate as an essential service under the current COVID-19 restrictions.
12 March 2020
‘Smart Wintering’ events getting underway in Southland and Otago in March and April will help farmers continue setting their systems up for a successful winter.
01 March 2020
The key to successful grazing of a winter crop is to start your planning early, as DairyNZ animal and feed developer Maitland Manning explains.
01 March 2020
How will the recent changes to bank capital requirements affect dairy farmers? We put some questions to the country’s five largest rural lenders.
27 February 2020
Successful businesses have one thing in common – they budget.
24 October 2019
DairyNZ is welcoming today’s announcement that the Government have accepted the farming industry proposal – He waka eke noa - to build an enduring farm-level emission reduction framework in a partnership approach between the sector and government.
05 March 2019
Due to particularly dry weather nationwide, dairy farmers are now reaching crunch points for making calls on feed planning, milking frequency and drying off.
29 October 2018
All dairy farmers are invited to attend the first joint New Zealand and Ireland Pasture Summit in November in New Zealand.
23 October 2018
Dairy Connect manager Kate Robinson explains how the service is all about getting a fresh perspective and getting help to solve a problem.
02 October 2018
Since switching to once-a-day milking 10 years ago to help streamline an expanded business, Leo Vollebregt has seen many improvements for both animals and people.
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