Displaying 1-15 of 25 Items , Filtered by May or Aug or Dec and 2019 or 2018 and Nth Waikato or Southland / Sth Otago and People
19 December 2019
Around 500 dairy farmers turned out at 33 meetings across the country to share their thoughts on issues affecting them, be updated on levy-funded research and talk about what the future focus should be for DairyNZ investment.
17 December 2019
DairyNZ welcomes today’s announcement of the members of the Independent Climate Change Commission.
09 December 2019
DairyNZ Dairy Environment Leaders are optimistic about the future of dairy farming and energized to drive positive change.
01 December 2019
This article is part of Inside Dairy’s occasional look at milk as a sustainable nutrient-dense food, alternative plant-based ‘milks’ and synthetic substitutes.
19 August 2019
DairyNZ is delighted that the government has chosen to work with the primary sector to develop New Zealand’s first Centre of Vocational Excellence.
13 August 2019
DairyNZ Chief Executive Dr Tim Mackle is urging the Government to work with agricultural groups to drive real behaviour change on farm, instead of imposing a broad-based tax.
08 August 2019
Farmers in the Orari Temuka Opihi Paeora zone are encouraged to come along to a drop-in day to hear more about how new regional rules may affect them.
08 August 2019
DairyNZ is disheartened to learn of a kindergarten impacted by poor winter grazing practices in Southland.
07 August 2019
New Zealand’s farming sector supports additional efforts to improve winter grazing practices on farms, with a particular focus on animal welfare.
02 August 2019
DairyNZ director Ben Allomes will step down from the industry good body’s board this October.
01 August 2019
Fate may have led DairyNZ’s new Taranaki regional leader, Mark Laurence, into dairying but it was passion that made it a career.
01 August 2019
DairyNZ Chief Executive Dr Tim Mackle welcomes today’s announcement that the Government plans to reform the vocational education sector to increase the responsiveness and accountability to industry.
30 May 2019
New Zealand dairy products help to support an improved quality of life for many, and, in some instances, to support life its very self. In other places our dairy products are more about pleasing palates, discerning ones at that.
29 May 2019
DairyNZ’s newly-released Economic Survey 2017-18 shows farmers have taken advantage of increased milk income to catch up on deferred farm maintenance and revisit capital expenditure, previously delayed due to lower milk prices.
27 May 2019
Kiwi cows are rock chicks, so a poll of dairy farmers around the country reveals.
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