Displaying 1-9 of 9 Items , Filtered by Mar or Jun and 2022 or 2020 or 2018 and Nth Waikato or Sth Waikato or Bay of Plenty or Lower NI and Adverse Events or Dairy Industry or People
23 June 2022
The dairy sector has launched a new workforce plan setting out how it will attract, retain and grow the farm workforce in the next decade.
17 June 2022
Kiwis are being encouraged to join the dairy sector, as one-third of dairy farms seek to fill vacancies.
09 June 2022
Today’s primary sector report shows New Zealand dairy farmers have overcome the odds – despite rising input costs, labour shortages, fewer cows and less production they have still delivered for our national economy.
08 June 2022
Over 420 dairy farmers gathered in Oamaru on day one of the South Island’s largest dairy sector event – SIDE 2022 – to build their skills and discuss solutions to challenges facing the farming sector.
08 June 2022
Today’s primary sector recommendation to government, through the Primary Sector Climate Action Partnership – He Waka Eke Noa (HWEN) – is a better solution to pricing agriculture emissions, according to DairyNZ.
29 March 2022
A financial expert and a transformational chief executive are the two independent directors to be appointed to DairyNZ’s Board of Directors.
25 March 2022
DairyNZ chief executive Dr Tim Mackle has announced two internal appointments to DairyNZ’s senior management team.
16 March 2022
Agriculture’s emissions pricing alternatives are attracting good interest from dairy, sheep and beef farmers.
06 June 2018
As the dairy season’s busiest time fast approaches, farm teams are encouraged to hone their calving skills at a DairyNZ CalvingSmart workshop in the Bay of Plenty.
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