Displaying 1-8 of 8 Items , Filtered by Aug and 2021 or 2019 or 2018 and Sth Waikato or Top of SI / West Coast and Adverse Events or Animals or Financials or Media
26 August 2021
Proposed changes to winter grazing regulations released by Government today appear to be a sensible step forward, but DairyNZ will review the fine print to help deliver rules that work on-farm.
02 August 2021
The DairyNZ 2019-20 Economic Survey released today shows farmer resilience to the challenges of COVID-19, price volatility and unpredictable weather, with a positive year for milk production and farm businesses.
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.
01 August 2019
DairyNZ’s Tiller Talk project was launched two years ago to help dairy farmers improve their pasture and feed management.
25 July 2019
DairyNZ’s CalvingSmart workshops around the country over the past two months have been sell-out events with more than 1,500 farmers attending – and many farmers bringing along the entire farm team to look and learn.
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