Displaying 1-9 of 9 Items , Filtered by Jun and 2018 and Adverse Events or Dairy Industry or Feed or People
28 June 2018
A statement from DairyNZ relating to video footage in the media today about a sharemilker’s treatment of cows.
21 June 2018
Only one of the proposed options for a new emissions reduction target in the Zero Carbon Bill consultation paper is both achievable and responsible, says DairyNZ chief executive Tim Mackle.
20 June 2018
If you’re buying or selling calves or milk over the coming months, we’ve got some simple steps you can take now to reduce the risk of spreading Mycoplasma bovis and other diseases.
12 June 2018
DairyNZ’s Jenny Jago outlines why focusing on animal care is important and what we’re doing to support dairy farmers to strive to be world-leading in this aspect of their business.
11 June 2018
Climate Change Ambassadors for the dairy sector are encouraging all dairy farmers to engage with the Government during the consultation period of the Zero Carbon Bill, which starts today and runs for six weeks.
07 June 2018
DairyNZ’s new dairy careers website, GoDairy, aims to attract motivated and passionate people into the dairy sector.
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.
06 June 2018
The Good Farming Practice Action Plan for Water Quality launched today is another way dairy and the wider agricultural sector are working in partnership to improve water quality in New Zealand.
31 May 2018
Dairy farming is shown through the eyes of four-year-old New Zealander Jack Greenan, in this heart-warming video from DairyNZ.
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