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31 January 2022
Farmers are urged to have their say on one of the biggest decisions facing agriculture this decade – how on-farm emissions will be priced from 2025.
27 January 2022
DairyNZ technical experts have reviewed the science underpinning Southland’s water quality limit setting process.
24 January 2022
A young female farmer with a love of rural New Zealand is helping to launch DairyNZ’s latest campaign, which aims to give Kiwis a better understanding of what it means to be a dairy farmer.
Changes allow applications to open for more international dairy farm assistants, but MIQ still a barrier
19 January 2022
Applications are now open for dairy farmers to recruit much needed international workers including farm assistants and herd managers, under changes to a class exception scheme.
11 January 2022
New Zealand Animal Evaluation Limited (NZAEL) has appointed Andrew Fear as its new manager.
09 December 2021
Strong financial management, grazing management and people management skills will help dairy farmers buffer rising input costs and produce milk more efficiently.
08 December 2021
From December, Kiwi dairy farmers will benefit from enhancements to the national animal genetic evaluation system when they select dairy bulls.
08 September 2021
Dairy farmers can vote soon on who will join DairyNZ’s Board. From September 20, levy paying dairy farmers will have the opportunity to vote for their preferred candidate in this year’s DairyNZ Board of Director election.
27 January 2021
New research shows New Zealand dairy farmers have the world’s lowest carbon footprint – at half the emissions of other international producers.
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