If you want more choice in your business, good money management is the bottom line.
Our Environment section covers information about climate change, effluent, land, water and nutrient management on dairy farms.
The People section shows you how to recruit quality staff, be a better manager, work within the law, grow your people and much more.
Matching feed supply and demand is an underpinning principle of pasture-based dairy farming in New Zealand.
Animal management is a critical component of farm profitability and sustainability. From genetics to herd management and more, this section covers topics that will help guide your decisions.
Create an attractive workplace for staff and maximise time out in the paddock for cows by milking efficiently.
From research and the services we provide, to education, policy and the Dairy Industry Strategy, there's so much to discover in this section.
Contact details for DairyNZ regional offices, consulting officers, and our Farmer Information Service.
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Principles of grazing management
Comparative Stocking Rate (CSR)
Calculating Comparative Stocking Rate
Feed demand information
Feed requirements of milking cows (1-7)
Standing Cows Off - How Cows Change Grazing Behaviour
Standing Cows Off - Impact on Pasture Intake and Milk Production
Herd Condition Scoring - a 3-Step Process
Body Condition Score Recording Chart
Spring Rotation Planner - Principles
First Milking Rotation Planner
Using the Spring Rotation Planner - Calculating Area Grazed
Using the Spring Rotation Planner - How to Allocate Feed
Using the Rising Plate Meter