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12 May 2020
As an estimated 5000 dairy farm households New Zealand-wide prepare to move for the new dairy season, from June 1, information is available to help make this year’s shift during COVID-19 safe and easier.
06 May 2020
DairyNZ says today’s announcement of a $500,000 government fund for drought recovery will be appreciated by farmers in need of feed assistance, but says it highlights the need for long-term solutions.
06 May 2020
A solution has been found for Southland farmers who may require a new wintering consent, or variation, this year.
22 April 2020
DairyNZ and Federated Farmers are pleased to see certainty provided by the Government today, that Moving Day – or Moving Week as it will likely be – can proceed from June 1 for thousands of dairy farmers nationwide.
02 April 2020
A week into the COVID-19 lockdown, DairyNZ says dairy farmers are settling into life in lockdown but the sector’s focus remains on ensuring support for farms.
Find out what feed planning assistance is available to you.
19 December 2019
An update from DairyNZ chief executive Tim Mackle about the Mycoplasma bovis Programme.
11 December 2019
As flood waters begin to recede and the full effects of damage is identified on the West Coast and around the Rangitata catchment, farmers are reminded to reach out for help if they need it.
11 April 2019
If you have animals coming home this autumn after grazing on another farm, here’s how to reduce the risk of diseases being spread.
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