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  • Pokaiwhenua planting to improve stream water quality

    DairyNZ’s collaborative approach to improving waterway health will see extensive planting take place in the Pokaiwhenua catchment this summer.

    Editorial

    18 Dec 2023

    2 min read

    Pokaiwhenua planting to improve stream water quality

    DairyNZ’s collaborative approach to improving waterway health will see extensive planting take place in the Pokaiwhenua catchment this summer.

    Editorial

    18 Dec 2023

    2 min read

  • Dairy farmer’s gumboot run sparks life-changing Outward Bound experience

    Two young dairy farmers hope they have created a domino effect – with farmers funding other farmers to challenge their limits and build resilience at Outward Bound.

    Editorial

    12 Dec 2023

    2 min read

    Dairy farmer’s gumboot run sparks life-changing Outward Bound experience

    Two young dairy farmers hope they have created a domino effect – with farmers funding other farmers to challenge their limits and build resilience at Outward Bound.

    Editorial

    12 Dec 2023

    2 min read

  • Waipā ecological corridor links two mountains to help native wildlife thrive

    Dairy farmers, sheep and beef farmers, iwi and other community members are working together to create an ecological corridor in the Waipā district and have high aspirations for 2024.

    Editorial

    8 Dec 2023

    4 min read

    Waipā ecological corridor links two mountains to help native wildlife thrive

    Dairy farmers, sheep and beef farmers, iwi and other community members are working together to create an ecological corridor in the Waipā district and have high aspirations for 2024.

    Editorial

    8 Dec 2023

    4 min read

  • Kia ora Holly - from intern to master's student

    Holly Hay (Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Ngāti Turumakina) kick-started her dairying career through DairyNZ by taking up a Māori summer internship as an undergraduate, before becoming a casual research technician.

    Editorial

    31 Oct 2023

    Kia ora Holly - from intern to master's student

    Holly Hay (Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Ngāti Turumakina) kick-started her dairying career through DairyNZ by taking up a Māori summer internship as an undergraduate, before becoming a casual research technician.

    Editorial

    31 Oct 2023

  • Dairy farmers and community enhance Ōtaki River and support Ōtaki College

    Ōtaki dairy farmer Max Lutz says he feels hugely rewarded by volunteer work at the heart of his local community.

    Editorial

    30 Oct 2023

    Dairy farmers and community enhance Ōtaki River and support Ōtaki College

    Ōtaki dairy farmer Max Lutz says he feels hugely rewarded by volunteer work at the heart of his local community.

    Editorial

    30 Oct 2023

  • Community at heart for multi-tasking Kiwi dairy farmer

    When dairy farmer Rachel Numan started writing Tractor Dave children’s books for her sons, it soon turned into a positive initiative giving back to Kiwi communities nationwide.

    Editorial

    20 Oct 2023

    Community at heart for multi-tasking Kiwi dairy farmer

    When dairy farmer Rachel Numan started writing Tractor Dave children’s books for her sons, it soon turned into a positive initiative giving back to Kiwi communities nationwide.

    Editorial

    20 Oct 2023

  • Kia ora Shobana - from intern to research technician

    Shobana Reddy joined DairyNZ as an intern in 2019 and has continued to be part of the DairyNZ whānau in her role as a Research Technician.

    Editorial

    1 Sep 2023

    1 min read

    Kia ora Shobana - from intern to research technician

    Shobana Reddy joined DairyNZ as an intern in 2019 and has continued to be part of the DairyNZ whānau in her role as a Research Technician.

    Editorial

    1 Sep 2023

    1 min read