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09 September 2020
DairyNZ warmly welcome a government announcement that means some skilled migrant dairy farm employees will be able to return to New Zealand from overseas.
07 July 2020
DairyNZ and Federated Farmers are pleased to see today’s government announcement that is extending employer assisted temporary work visas due to expire by the end of 2020.
24 June 2020
The Government and dairy sector have joined forces on a new campaign to support COVID-19 affected workers into a farming career, Agriculture Minister Damien O’Connor said.
02 December 2019
DairyNZ’s new Southland/South Otago regional leader Ollie Knowles may have been raised in a big city, but it’s rural New Zealand that has captured his heart.
02 December 2019
Key changes made by Waikato dairy farmers Sam and Jacqui Owen have laid their on-farm groundwork for 2020 and beyond.
10 September 2019
Track the Tanker is DairyNZ’s new levy-funded education resource released to teachers in May.
30 August 2019
Every New Zealander is better off today thanks to the nation’s dairy cows – and that’s no exaggeration.
23 July 2019
Young(est) Farmer of the Year talks about what’s invaluable and who he’d invite to help with the milking.
01 July 2019
Lye Farm manager Bruce Sugar’s team supports the science while keeping both farm and cows in top shape.
15 December 2018
DairyNZ Upper NI hub leader Sharon Morrell talks about her team’s work and achievements.
24 October 2018
Nicola Bryant’s experience in adapting to change means she’s the perfect fit for her role as DairyNZ’s Dairy Connect coordinator for Taranaki and the Lower North Island.
23 October 2018
Dairy Connect manager Kate Robinson explains how the service is all about getting a fresh perspective and getting help to solve a problem.
27 September 2018
St Teresa’s School in Bluff went from seaside to countryside recently, as part of DairyNZ’s school farm visit service.
23 July 2018
Chloe Mackle was scared of the dark and anything that moved – but when she was challenged to try dairy farming, she decided to go for it.
11 July 2018
Papakura Normal School in Auckland and Ohoka School in Canterbury were filmed by TV3 news while they participated in DairyNZ’s Classified Game of Moostery last week.
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