Displaying 1-9 of 9 Items , Filtered by Sep and 2018 and All regions or Nth Waikato or Sth Waikato or Bay of Plenty and Adverse Events or Animals or People
20 September 2018
Most of the time, our laboratory team flies under the radar. Yet their work provides the foundation for DairyNZ’s innovations, resources and farmer support.
19 September 2018
It’s an early winter morning, dark and chilly, but Northland dairy farmer Jane Hutchings couldn’t be happier.
18 September 2018
DairyNZ continues to be actively involved across many areas of the Mycoplasma bovis response.
12 September 2018
New Zealand dairy farmer and volunteer firefighter Tony Eade loves working on a dairy farm and contributing to his community by volunteering as a firefighter.
10 September 2018
Tesha and Bryan Gibson are embracing the use of technology on-farm, enjoying a wide range of practical benefits which make life easier.
10 September 2018
In what is the most significant change to global dairy trade in the last 20 years, milk fat will earn dairy farmers more than protein in the 2018/19 season.
06 September 2018
When farmers can see the value, practicality and people benefits of technology, they’re more likely to take it on board.
03 September 2018
South Waikato farmers John, Anne and Chris Poole are seeing great results using the Milksmart approach.
31 August 2018
DairyNZ’s education cowbassador Rosie and her co-star Nate find out first hand what dairy farmers are doing to look after the environment, in the latest stage of the Dairy Doing Good campaign.
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