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29 November 2019
The DairyNZ Dairy Environment Leaders are hosting their 7th Annual farmer-led forum in Wellington from 2 – 4 December with a firm focus on supporting communities and embracing change, says DEL Chairwoman Tracy Brown.
28 November 2019
The latest New Zealand Dairy Statistics released today by DairyNZ and Livestock Improvement Corporation (LIC) reveal farmers’ focus on productivity and efficiency is paying off with milk production increasing despite cow numbers stabilising.
06 November 2019
DairyNZ Chief Executive Dr Tim Mackle is describing the Zero Carbon Bill as a 'mixed bag' for farmers, while urging all political parties to work together to find consensus on a pathway forward.
04 November 2019
Dairy farmers are invited to come along to a series of local meetings to share their views on what the future focus of DairyNZ should be.
01 November 2019
We all want our dairy farms to be highly attractive workplaces – but how do we get there?
20 February 2019
DairyNZ has launched two new levy-funded online resources: the Pasture and Crop Eaten Calculator and the Pasture Potential Tool.
18 February 2019
A recent school visit to Grant and Kyly Coombes’ Taupiri dairy farm left the five-time farm visit hosts feeling taken aback – and for all the right reasons.
29 January 2019
From this month, DairyNZ’s Forage Value Index will include two new traits for perennial ryegrass cultivars: metabolisable energy and persistence.
29 January 2019
DairyNZ Lower North Island Hub leader Rob Brazendale talks about his team’s work and achievements.
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