Displaying 1-7 of 7 Items , Filtered by Apr or Jul or Oct and 2022 or 2018 and Northland or Bay of Plenty or Lower NI or Canterbury / Nth Otago or Southland / Sth Otago and Animals or Dairy Industry or Environment or Feed or People
05 August 2022
An award-winning Southland dairy farming couple say prioritising communication, time off and supporting their team are key to retaining staff.
20 July 2022
An executive with extensive international and New Zealand experience in dairy farm operations, business strategy, agricultural extension and training is heading up DairyNZ’s farm performance team.
08 July 2022
Farmers Ewen Mathieson and Ben Tosswill are working hard to protect their stock and the environment, by wintering well during the coldest months of the year.
06 July 2022
Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) and DairyNZ strongly urge the Government to adopt the primary sector’s agriculture emissions pricing solution – He Waka Eke Noa – in its full, proposed form.
28 April 2022
Ongoing work by the farming sector has resulted in the Government making significant changes to make wintering rules much more practical on-farm, which is good news for farmers.
12 April 2022
Sustained advocacy from the dairy sector has helped secure 500 more international workers to help on dairy farms, however, the Government’s border class exceptions still fall short of the sector’s 4,000 worker shortage.
08 April 2022
Insights into a significant challenge dairy farmers currently face – how to attract and retain great farm staff in a difficult labour market – will be shared by farmers and an HR specialist at a DairyNZ webinar on April 20.
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