Tuesday, 30 October 2018 11:30

Natural areas plan could affect farmers

 Local councils may soon be required to map significant natural areas in their plans, likely impacting farmers.

Published in General News
Sunday, 28 October 2018 07:55

Award for Northland farmer project

A Northland farmer-led extension programme which will eventually involve 245 dairy farmers across Northland has won a national award for economic development.

Published in General News
Thursday, 18 October 2018 12:55

Bag of ‘tools’ to save environment

No ‘magic bullet’ exists for managing a farm environmental footprint, says Ngai Tahu Farming’s general manager of dairy, Shane Kelly.

Published in Management
Wednesday, 26 September 2018 14:55

Farmers step in to help protect kiwi

It's an early winter morning, dark and chilly, but Northland dairy farmer Jane Hutchings couldn’t be happier.  

Published in Management
Wednesday, 26 September 2018 10:55

Emissions target had better be right

The Government says it will be important to set the right 2050 target in its Zero Carbon Bill. 

Published in General News
Monday, 24 September 2018 09:44

A good plan for sheep, beef farmers

Environmental compliance is already a common business practice in dairying and horticulture, and now sheep and beef farmers must devise farm environmental plans (FEP) — a daunting prospect for some. 

Published in Management

It was “incredibly confronting” for Taupo farmers to be told in about 2000 that their farms were polluting the lake and they would probably have to go, says Mike Barton, of Glen Emmreth Farm at Lake Taupo.

Published in General News

Want to earn or save a dollar while also reducing your impact on the environment? DairyNZ’s sustainability team shares 10 steps that will cost you little or nothing.

Published in General News
Monday, 04 December 2017 11:22

Livestock play vital environmental role

Food and environmental activists are on record as suggesting New Zealand should be ruminant-free to create a cleaner greener country.

Published in Opinion
Monday, 02 October 2017 13:55

Less replacements, less emissions

Lower replacement rates and higher body weight/lower stocking rates are the two most effective of five available ways of cutting dairy greenhouse gas emissions, a scientist has told a workshop for rural professionals.

Published in Farm Health
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