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22 July 2020
Today marks three years since Mycoplasma bovis was first detected in New Zealand. Finding this bacteria here was a shock to the industry, and kicked off one of New Zealand’s largest ever biosecurity responses.
18 September 2018
DairyNZ continues to be actively involved across many areas of the Mycoplasma bovis response.
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.
19 July 2018
Methane inhibitors are looking like one of the most promising tools to reduce New Zealand’s greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture.
16 July 2018
DairyNZ is leading a seven-year research project that aims to breed cattle with less nitrogen in their urine. This research could reduce sector-wide nitrate leaching by 20 percent, as DairyNZ geneticist Mark Camara explains.
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.
03 July 2018
Converting from pines to pasture has been an environmental balancing act for Ngāi Tahu’s Paritea Farm in North Canterbury.
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