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12 October 2020
A series of local events will help farmers know their farm’s key numbers – both profit and environmental.
28 April 2020
Nationwide feed shortages are prompting DairyNZ and Beef + Lamb New Zealand to encourage farmers to act now to secure next season’s performance.
27 March 2020
The M. bovis programme is continuing to operate as an essential service under the current COVID-19 restrictions.
26 March 2020
Latest data from the 10-year programme gives us confidence that we’re on track to eradicate the disease from New Zealand.
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.
18 September 2019
The value of New Zealand dairy exports jumped by $1.47 billion to total $18.1 billion in the year ended June 30 – that’s got to be some good nutrition for the New Zealand economy, and help towards providing Kiwis with more of what they say matters to them.
10 September 2019
For New Zealand dairy farmers, the number-one driver of profit is homegrown feed eaten.
01 September 2019
Find out how deferred grazing is helping Waikato sharemilkers Martin and Hazel Kelly to achieve healthier cows, healthier pastures and a healthier bottom line.
30 August 2019
Every New Zealander is better off today thanks to the nation’s dairy cows – and that’s no exaggeration.
17 April 2019
DairyNZ’s principal economist Graeme Doole talks about his team’s work, motivation and achievements.
17 April 2019
DairyNZ welcomes the Government’s announcement today that it will not be introducing a Capital Gains Tax.
10 April 2019
DairyNZ’s Paul Bird takes a look at how farmers can prepare themselves long-term for the ups and downs of the dairy sector.
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