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06 September 2018
When farmers can see the value, practicality and people benefits of technology, they’re more likely to take it on board.
04 September 2018
Emissions prices suggested by the Productivity Commission would see a significant impact on the New Zealand agricultural sector if the sector faced a full emissions price under the Emissions Trading Scheme without a technological solution to reduce methane emissions.
03 September 2018
South Waikato farmers John, Anne and Chris Poole are seeing great results using the Milksmart approach.
31 August 2018
DairyNZ’s education cowbassador Rosie and her co-star Nate find out first hand what dairy farmers are doing to look after the environment, in the latest stage of the Dairy Doing Good campaign.
13 August 2018
At Tainui Dairies near Morrinsville, taking a whanau-centred approach to the calving season ensures everyone in the team is motivated and healthy.
06 August 2018
We know pasture management during calving is a key driver of profit, but with a long list of jobs at calving it’s crucial everyone on the team plays their part.
02 August 2018
Positive, productive employees are at the heart of any successful business, says DairyNZ’s people team manager Jane Muir.
29 July 2018
A recent nationwide DairyNZ education project saw students turn detectives, discovering the similarities and differences between their urban and rural life.
23 July 2018
Chloe Mackle was scared of the dark and anything that moved – but when she was challenged to try dairy farming, she decided to go for it.
19 July 2018
Methane inhibitors are looking like one of the most promising tools to reduce New Zealand’s greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture.
18 July 2018
Managing and reducing dairy cows’ methane emissions is crucial to the future of sustainable and profitable dairy farming in New Zealand.
16 July 2018
DairyNZ is leading a seven-year research project that aims to breed cattle with less nitrogen in their urine. This research could reduce sector-wide nitrate leaching by 20 percent, as DairyNZ geneticist Mark Camara explains.
13 July 2018
New Zealanders have got it licked, leading the world in per capita ice cream consumption, and this coming Sunday (July 15) is an excuse for a few more licks than usual.
11 July 2018
Papakura Normal School in Auckland and Ohoka School in Canterbury were filmed by TV3 news while they participated in DairyNZ’s Classified Game of Moostery last week.
10 July 2018
DairyNZ has invested your levy in a range of research projects to find solutions for reducing nitrogen (N) leaching while maintaining farm profit.