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08 March 2018
Dairy farmers attending upcoming People Expo events will get advice on team culture from the best in the business – rugby coaches and managers.
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.
02 February 2018
Some dairy farmers will be looking to reduce milking frequency as a strategy to help during summer.
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”
19 December 2017
Some of Australasia’s experts in sustainability and leadership recently inspired Waikato dairy farmers at a national event in Wellington.
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 November 2017
Encouraging young people into agri-jobs is vital to the future of farming, says DairyNZ education facilitator Susan Stokes.
26 October 2017
Ever wondered how DairyNZ invests your money? The 10-year anniversary gives us a chance to look back on some of the important levy-funded work carried out by DairyNZ. We’ve narrowed it down to 10 highlights but there are many more.
11 October 2017
The dairy sector is calling for a future Government to lead a strong workforce strategy to support the growth of a skilled workforce for the dairy sector.
13 September 2017
Green Party and Labour Party policymakers want to hit dairy farmers with a trifecta of environmental taxes that could cost an average of $18,000 per year for each farm, and for those farmers that draw water for irrigation the cost would be in excess of $63,000 per year, says DairyNZ chief executive Dr Tim Mackle.
31 August 2017
Last term, DairyNZ’s education programme delivered 200 science kits to teachers who signed up for the newest learning module called 'How does your grass grow?'.
25 August 2017
A planting day on a Kokopu dairy farm this week saw the first of over 20,000 plants put in the ground in a bid to help local efforts to improve water quality.
22 August 2017
The agricultural sector's leaders, have for the first time ever in New Zealand, come together to send a strong message to the public.
28 July 2017
DairyNZ is disappointed that today’s announcement by Government has not addressed the concerns raised about migrant staff.