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  1. Clear heads and a healthy herd

    For Northland farmers Mark and Vicki Meyer, keeping their cows thriving starts with keeping their farm team thriving, even in the busy winter months.

    https://www.dairynz.co.nz/news/clear-heads-and-a-healthy-herd/

  2. Farmers on the front foot

    DairyNZ’s Farm Gauge consistently identifies three areas of opportunity for dairy farmers: finance, environment and people management.

    https://www.dairynz.co.nz/news/farmers-on-the-front-foot/

  3. Dairy farmers say welcome, kia ora, gidday, huanying...

    In some places it is as simple as a serene, leafy green picnic spot beside a stream; in others it is what city slickers call five-star luxury, complete with 800-plus thread count bed linen.

    https://www.dairynz.co.nz/news/dairy-farmers-say-welcome/

  4. Good breeding brings Royals and dairy farmers together

    The whirlwind visit to New Zealand by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex last week was closely watched by a dairy farmer’s wife who once made Prince Harry’s grandmother tea and pikelets.

    https://www.dairynz.co.nz/news/good-breeding-brings-royals-and-dairy-farmers-together/

  5. Calving: sustaining a ‘staunch’ team

    At Tainui Dairies near Morrinsville, taking a whanau-centred approach to the calving season ensures everyone in the team is motivated and healthy.

    https://www.dairynz.co.nz/news/calving-sustaining-a-staunch-team/

  6. Damien O'Connor talks people and policy

    Minister of Agriculture Damien O’Connor shares his thoughts on the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead across the entire dairy value chain.

    https://www.dairynz.co.nz/news/damien-oconnor-talks-people-and-policy/

  7. How to give your new staff the best start possible

    As a new season draws near, Southland sharemilkers Michael and Ruth Prankerd share their approach to successfully managing employees.

    https://www.dairynz.co.nz/news/how-to-give-your-new-staff-the-best-start-possible/