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22 November 2018
You’ve done all this great work to ensure your AB period is a success, don’t let the standard slip once the bulls go out.
13 November 2018
Diversity and reach come to mind when talking about DairyNZ’s biosecurity team.
13 November 2018
Two South Island farmers, Mo Topham from Southland and Tania Riddington from Canterbury, have recently joined the New Zealand Animal Evaluation (NZAEL) Farmer Advisory Panel, bringing the panel numbers to nine.
12 November 2018
When kiwifruit bacteria Psa-V appeared in New Zealand in 2010, it reshaped the industry’s biosecurity practices.
09 November 2018
In some places it is as simple as a serene, leafy green picnic spot beside a stream; in others it is what city slickers call five-star luxury, complete with 800-plus thread count bed linen.
06 November 2018
The whirlwind visit to New Zealand by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex last week was closely watched by a dairy farmer’s wife who once made Prince Harry’s grandmother tea and pikelets.
05 November 2018
New Zealand’s economy and prosperity are driven by our agricultural products. To protect that, we all have a collective responsibility to take biosecurity seriously.
02 November 2018
Easy and inexpensive biosecurity measures are simply a force of habit for Billy and Sharn Roskam.
30 October 2018
DairyNZ is encouraging dairy farmers to make a submission on the Ministry for Primary Industries’ (MPI) latest consultation on how the NAIT (National Animal Identification and Tracing) scheme can be improved.
30 October 2018
Northland dairy farmers will notice a new face at DairyNZ discussion groups and events over the coming months with the arrival of new regional leader Tareen Ellis.
29 October 2018
DairyNZ's latest classroom learning kit is giving kids a real taste of science in the classroom.
18 October 2018
Dozens of scientists and more than 2000 farmers have been working together to improve cow fertility in New Zealand dairy cows.
12 October 2018
Udder health and milk quality are important to farm productivity and profitability.
08 October 2018
Canterbury farmer Cole Groves is finding simple but effective ways to improve efficiency, accuracy, environmental protection and the wellbeing of his staff and animals.
05 October 2018
Under the current state of heightened biosecurity in New Zealand, DairyNZ has been hearing that some farmers are considering extending their use of artificial breeding (AB).
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