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26 May 2021
DairyNZ’s Farm Gauge consistently identifies three areas of opportunity for dairy farmers: finance, environment, and people management. We talk to Te Aroha-based farmer Craig Durbin about his focus on people management.
29 April 2021
Dairy farmers at DairyNZ’s Farmers’ Forum have been challenged to take their world-leading farm systems and continue toward an increasingly sustainable future.
30 November 2020
Eradication of Mycoplasma bovis is going to plan, but we have a way to go yet.
23 October 2020
Dairy farmers with an interest in governance are encouraged to apply for two associate director roles.
14 October 2020
A new chairman has been announced for dairy cattle breeding entity, NZAEL.
12 October 2020
A series of local events will help farmers know their farm’s key numbers – both profit and environmental.
07 October 2020
Southern dairy farmers will have a front-row seat in designing, approving and testing a new wintering system in Southland.
29 April 2020
The Biosecurity Response Levy (M. bovis) rate for the 2020/21 dairy season has been set at 2.4 cents per kilogram of milksolids (kgMS), a reduction from the current rate of 2.9 cents per kgMS.
29 April 2020
DairyNZ says the Government’s $15m investment in rural broadband technology is welcomed as it will drive greater business efficiency and keep communities better connected.
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.
23 April 2020
The government is consulting until 28 May 2020 on a proposed Organic Products Bill.
23 April 2020
It’s been a challenging few months on many farms. Drought affected several regions, including Waikato where I work as a Consulting Officer.
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.
17 April 2020
DairyNZ is now hosting online discussion groups where farmers can beam in via their computers from the comfort of their living rooms, offices or dairies. No need to take the gumboots off!
16 April 2020
DairyNZ has welcomed the news that New Zealand’s greenhouse gas inventory has been updated to reflect new science on nitrous oxide emissions, which show that dairy cows and other livestock produce less emissions than previously estimated.
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