Friday, 22 November 2019 08:55

Beef + Lamb puts money where its mouth is

A ‘model’ sheep and beef farm in North Canterbury is away and running, its founders say.

Published in Management
Thursday, 21 November 2019 08:55

NZ needs a better story

New Zealand needs to do a better job of telling its story in India, said a speaker at a New Zealand India Business Council summit.

Published in Agribusiness
Tuesday, 19 November 2019 11:55

A lesson in political science

The Zero Carbon Bill has just been passed into law, but not without significant misgivings from across the farming sector.

Published in General News
Wednesday, 06 November 2019 07:55

Deal done on ETS

Dealing with agricultural emissions is very much on the radar of farmers, says Beef + Lamb NZ chief executive Sam McIvor.

Published in General News
Tuesday, 29 October 2019 12:55

Milk price hike a surprise and relief

Fonterra's farmgate milk price forecast upgrade was a welcome surprise although indicators were heading that way, says Federated Farmers dairy chair Chris Lewis.

Published in General News
Wednesday, 23 October 2019 10:55

Beefing up meat sector

Beef up, sheep down, is the simple message from Beef + Lamb NZ’s latest data on the state of the national sheep flock and beef herd.

Published in General News
Tuesday, 22 October 2019 12:55

Sheep and beef doing its bit

No increase in stock numbers in the sheep and beef sector is anticipated as the industry moves towards carbon neutrality, says Beef + Lamb NZ head of nutrition Fiona Windle.

Published in General News
Tuesday, 22 October 2019 10:55

Fingers crossed as Brexit looms

“Let's just say things aren’t getting any clearer.”

Published in General News
Thursday, 17 October 2019 08:55

Dairy beef bulls tick all the boxes

The latest results from the Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) Genetics dairy beef progeny test are signalling good prospects for dairy farmers.

Published in Agribusiness
Monday, 14 October 2019 09:59

Avoiding triple drench resistance

Triple drench resistance is appearing at an alarming rate, particularly in the North Island. But it can be prevented by correct management.

Published in Farm Health
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