Displaying 1-8 of 8 Items , Filtered by Aug and 2021 or 2020 and All regions or Northland or Bay of Plenty or Taranaki or Southland / Sth Otago and Adverse Events or Animals or DairyNZ Corporate or People 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.
17 August 2021
Dairy farmers with a strong interest in supporting the sector’s success are encouraged to apply for a position on DairyNZ’s board. Nominations are now open for one farmer to join the board.
09 August 2021
A new DairyNZ and ACC project is looking at improving the health and safety of farmers, by reducing the occurrence of sprains and strains on-farm.
04 August 2021
Flood-affected farmers in the South Island are being encouraged to make use of livestock feed support services funded by MPI.
18 August 2020
DairyNZ has released its ten policy priorities for the 2020 election and its ‘The View from the Cow Shed’ report which provides policymakers with insight from the farm, says DairyNZ chief executive Dr Tim Mackle.
13 August 2020
DairyNZ and partners have launched a new Rural Employee Support Hub, to provide information and help to farm employees so they have the best possible experiences and careers on farm.
13 August 2020
Dairy farmers with an interest in shaping the future of New Zealand’s dairy sector are invited to apply for two director roles with industry good body, DairyNZ.
05 August 2020
As the Government’s Action for Healthy Waterways becomes law, DairyNZ is turning its attention to what this now means on-farm.
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