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28 March 2019
DairyNZ has launched a new website for teachers, giving them free, curriculum-based learning resources to help children learn about dairy farming.
18 March 2019
We talk to our South Island Hub leader Tony Finch about his team’s focus on the needs of dairy farmers specific to their region.
12 March 2019
A new approach to studying has helped Waitoa contract milker Joel Lawrence.
11 March 2019
Our Farm Capability Assessment Programme can help identify your learning needs.
08 March 2019
Investing in formal training can be a tough decision for busy dairy farmers, but a new business plan writing course is helping to address that.
04 March 2019
Only four years ago, Marcus Graham was selling houses in Auckland. He’s now running the family farm in the Waikato.
26 February 2019
A Cambridge school’s planting project not only assisted local farmers’ environmental efforts, but also attracted plants and sustenance from local businesses.
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.
15 February 2019
Last year the DairyNZ, Beef + Lamb New Zealand Compensation Assistance Team (DBCAT) was established to help farmers affected by Mycoplasma bovis with their compensation claims.
30 January 2019
With recent news of John Wilson’s passing, DairyNZ chairman Jim van der Poel says it is clear that the former Fonterra chairman will be greatly missed.
29 January 2019
DairyNZ Lower North Island Hub leader Rob Brazendale talks about his team’s work and achievements.
25 January 2019
Southland farmers Simon and Mo Topham have always taken genetics seriously, but especially so when milk prices took a dive in 2014/15.
18 December 2018
A new tool dairy farmers can use to increase the amount of pasture and crop eaten by their herds, raising farm performance.
18 December 2018
DairyNZ has welcomed the government’s consultation on temporary work visas and the proposed introduction of Regional Skills Shortage Lists, saying labour shortages are a very real and serious problem for the dairy sector.
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