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05 March 2019
Due to particularly dry weather nationwide, dairy farmers are now reaching crunch points for making calls on feed planning, milking frequency and drying off.
13 November 2018
Diversity and reach come to mind when talking about DairyNZ’s biosecurity team.
12 November 2018
When kiwifruit bacteria Psa-V appeared in New Zealand in 2010, it reshaped the industry’s biosecurity practices.
09 March 2018
Manawatu dairy farmers Robert and Colleen Ervine talk about their resilience and adaptability through recent challenging weather conditions.
08 December 2017
A very wet spring followed by a hot, dry start to summer has put pressure on summer feed supply for dairy farmers in some parts of the country.
28 September 2017
The wet spring is making it harder for dairy farmers to detect if their cows are ready for mating and could affect reproduction rates.
09 August 2017
Update on the current Mycoplasma bovis biosecurity situation in South Canterbury.
01 May 2017
How are Kaikoura farmers coping six months after the quake?
12 October 2016
A wet spring, especially in the North Island, has meant conditions have been challenging for dairy farmers. DairyNZ North Waikato regional leader, Phil Irvine provides some tips to help farmers respond.
11 March 2016
Opinion-editorial by Tim Mackle, chief executive DairyNZ.
04 March 2016
South Island dairy farmers are encouraged to look for a highly invasive pest weed which has appeared on a handful of properties.
03 September 2015
The results from analysis of Southland swede plants collected last season is backing up DairyNZ advice to farmers that feeding maturing swede crops increases the risk of ill-health in cows.
31 August 2015
Hauraki Plains farmer Mark Townshend presents 13 disciplines to employ to survive low income farming cycles.
28 June 2015
DairyNZ is advising farmers and their staff, who are feeding swedes, to be extra vigilant.
23 June 2015
DairyNZ is working alongside others to support farmers and ensure cows have enough feed after dozens of paddocks were flooded last weekend.