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19 February 2018
What could our future dairy systems look like given the massive challenges facing our sector? A levy-funded DairyNZ project called Leap21 aims to answer that question.
16 February 2018
With climate change champions, partnership farms and greenhouse gas roadshows in the pipeline, the Dairy Action for Climate Change is accelerating its work in 2018. Here are some details from DairyNZ senior policy advisor Kara Lok and developer Nick Tait.
13 February 2018
Leadership is a critical component of the long-term challenges facing dairying. Here we talk to some of the leaders in our dairy sector about their approach to the future.
09 February 2018
"We’ve agreed on a set of ambitious goals and commitments for our sector – and now the real work starts."
05 February 2018
Protecting and nurturing the environment for our future generations is a key commitment in the refreshed strategy, Dairy Tomorrow.
02 February 2018
Some dairy farmers will be looking to reduce milking frequency as a strategy to help during summer.
26 January 2018
Youngsters in Northland are getting the chance to experience dairy farming thanks to two couples taking part in DairyNZ’s School Farm Visits.
22 January 2018
DairyNZ Wellness and Wellbeing Programme Leader Dana Carver says it’s been a tough time for farmers and for some there are signs that it’s beginning to take a toll on their wellbeing.
16 January 2018
“The children loved the farm visit and have been buzzing ever since”
10 January 2018
This year, Canterbury farmer Colin Glass also joined DairyNZ’s Board of Directors as its newest recruit.
09 January 2018
MPI’s announcement today that another property has tested positive to Mycoplasma bovis (M. bovis) is not the news we wanted as we enter 2018.
21 December 2017
A test run of DairyNZ’s new EnviroWalk app has delivered immediate benefits for Hopkins Farming Group in Manawatu.
19 December 2017
Some of Australasia’s experts in sustainability and leadership recently inspired Waikato dairy farmers at a national event in Wellington.
18 December 2017
Representing New Zealand at the 2017 Youth Ag-Summit has confirmed for DairyNZ scholars Beth Hampton and Jemima Snook that they’ve picked a great career path.
15 December 2017
A growing number of dairy farmers are choosing to open their gates to visitors, offering a chance for everyone from Auckland to Amsterdam to enjoy a taste of rural life. And of course, these on-the-side tourism ventures also offer a handy revenue stream.