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Dairy farmers are using a range of tactics to keep their cows and farms safe from Mycoplasma bovis this mating season.
DairyNZ has redeveloped and updated a reproduction knowledge course known as the InCalf training programme.
Good effluent management is a combination of a well-designed effluent system and processes for people, says DairyNZ.
Science, communication and how dairy works with other sectors to ensure New Zealand has a good reputation for sustainability will be a focus for Jacqueline Rowarth as a new director of DairyNZ.
Farmers are being urged to have their say on the National Animal Identification and Tracing (NAIT) review consultation now underway.
DairyNZ are ‘working through’ the cost-sharing process for the industry share of eradicating Mycoplasma bovis, says BLNZ general manager policy and advocacy Dave Harrison.
Milk cooling affects milk quality: the faster milk is cooled after milking, the better its quality at collection.
It's crunch time for dairy and beef farmers as they decide how much the two sectors will pay, respectively, toward cleaning up the cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis, likely to cost $870 million over 10 years.