You would be udderly surprised to encounter a Simmental or Braunvieh running up the steps of New York’s One World…
The future growth and sustainability of the New Zealand dairy industry will be underpinned by innovation and investment in research and development (R&D).
It's past mid-September and as calving draws to a close it is time to ensure mating plans are in place.
LIC is introducing daily testing of bull semen to combat the threat of the Mycoplasma bovis disease.
LIC says it is in the early stages of developing artificial intelligence (AI) software to allow early detection of lameness caused by cow gait.
LIC’s new satellite technology (called SPACE) that measures pasture cover will be a new feature on the Fieldays site.
LIC chief executive Wayne McNee says it hasn’t found any sign of the disease Mycoplasma bovis in its bulls or semen.
LIC is mourning the passing away of its longest serving staff and one the dairy industry’s most influential scientists.