Displaying 1-9 of 9 Items , Filtered by Mar or Apr or Oct and 2018 and All regions or Bay of Plenty or Top of SI / West Coast or Southland / Sth Otago and Adverse Events or Animals or DairyNZ Corporate
31 October 2018
Sustainable farm systems and the new strategy’s six commitments will be crucial for dairy’s future success, according to speakers at today’s DairyNZ Annual General Meeting in Invercargill.
30 October 2018
DairyNZ is encouraging dairy farmers to make a submission on the Ministry for Primary Industries’ (MPI) latest consultation on how the NAIT (National Animal Identification and Tracing) scheme can be improved.
18 October 2018
Dozens of scientists and more than 2000 farmers have been working together to improve cow fertility in New Zealand dairy cows.
16 October 2018
It’s time for levy paying dairy farmers to cast their votes in DairyNZ’s Board of Directors election.
12 October 2018
Udder health and milk quality are important to farm productivity and profitability.
08 October 2018
Canterbury farmer Cole Groves is finding simple but effective ways to improve efficiency, accuracy, environmental protection and the wellbeing of his staff and animals.
05 October 2018
Under the current state of heightened biosecurity in New Zealand, DairyNZ has been hearing that some farmers are considering extending their use of artificial breeding (AB).
03 October 2018
Dairy farmers are using a range of tactics including due diligence, quarantine, and virgin bulls, to keep their cows and farms safe from Mycoplasma bovis this mating season.
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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