1. About Us

    From research and the services we provide, to education, policy and the Dairy Industry Strategy, there's so much to discover in this section.

  2. GoDairy

    GoDairy is a website supporting young people and career changers to discover a career in the innovative dairy sector.

  3. Taking children on a dairy journey

    As part of the wider DairyNZ education programme, Rosie and her website are striving to provide a fun place for all Kiwi kids to learn about dairying.

  4. Connecting children with dairy

    DairyNZ’s education programme is now used in more than one third of primary schools and one quarter of secondary schools around New Zealand.

  5. Teachers' day out on farm

    Encouraging young people into agri-jobs is vital to the future of farming, says DairyNZ education facilitator Susan Stokes.

  6. Kids explore the goodness of dairy

    A new campaign launched by DairyNZ will help students learn about the many ways dairy touches New Zealanders’ lives.

  7. Keeping the move smooth for children

    If you are on the move, early contact with new schools is key to keeping the transition smooth for children.

  8. Connecting paddock and plate

    DairyNZ’s education programme continues its Dairy Doing Good campaign, with the help of Rosie the Cowbassador and her adorable mate, Nate.

  9. Education

    From industry training to resources for children of all ages, discover how DairyNZ is helping to tell the dairy story.

  10. Latest scoop: make your own ice cream!

    DairyNZ’s in-school education programme is dishing up a dairy delight in what’s proving to be one of our most popular learning modules. And why not? It features ice cream!

  11. Ice cream kit gives learning a shake-up

    DairyNZ has a very cool kit for schools that challenges children to make their own ice cream – using their breakfast for inspiration.

  12. Dairy farming through the eyes of a child

    Dairy farming is shown through the eyes of four-year-old New Zealander Jack Greenan, in this heart-warming video from DairyNZ.

  13. Growing the future of dairy

    DairyNZ’s new dairy careers website, GoDairy, aims to attract motivated and passionate people into the dairy sector.

  14. Fieldays kids 'iPad' their way into Rosie's World

    DairyNZ’s education programme was shared more widely last month at the fiftieth National Fieldays at Mystery Creek near Hamilton.

  15. Detective work to help link rural and urban

    School children have been working together in a DairyNZ education project to unlock similarities and differences between urban and rural life.

  16. ‘Moo-sterious’ links between country and city kids

    A recent nationwide DairyNZ education project saw students turn detectives, discovering the similarities and differences between their urban and rural life.

  17. Sharing farmers' love for the land

    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.

  18. Bluff kids find dairying's their oyster

    St Teresa’s School in Bluff went from seaside to countryside recently, as part of DairyNZ’s school farm visit service.

  19. Churn and learn with 'Is it cheese?'

    DairyNZ's latest classroom learning kit is giving kids a real taste of science in the classroom.

  20. Planting projects connect children with farmers

    The DairyNZ levy-funded project enabled students to help look after waterways in their areas while learning about local farmers’ environmental initiatives.

  21. Kids impress with dairy knowledge

    A recent school visit to Grant and Kyly Coombes’ Taupiri dairy farm left the five-time farm visit hosts feeling taken aback – and for all the right reasons.

  22. Community rallies to support Cambridge wetlands project

    A Cambridge school’s planting project not only assisted local farmers’ environmental efforts, but also attracted plants and sustenance from local businesses.

  23. Study option puts farm time and business first

    Investing in formal training can be a tough decision for busy dairy farmers, but a new business plan writing course is helping to address that.

  24. Gauging where the gaps are

    Our Farm Capability Assessment Programme can help identify your learning needs.

  25. New course fits farmers

    A new approach to studying has helped Waitoa contract milker Joel Lawrence.

  26. DairyNZ Schools website launched

    DairyNZ has launched a new website for teachers, giving them free, curriculum-based learning resources to help children learn about dairy farming.