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Dairy farmers buoyed by higher forecast milk payout are spending more on artificial breeding, says LIC.
About 1000 people will this month travel to New Zealand for three prestigious animal recording and genetics conferences.
There's more to production worth (PW) than milk solids, explains Rachel Bloxham, Animal Evaluation Manager, LIC.
The equivalent of ‘currency’ for cows will be updated next month to better reflect the industry’s focus on efficient, high quality milk production, says LIC.
Two New Zealand farmer-owned co-ops are jointly offering an alternative revenue stream for farmers through a Wagyu programme.
LIC chairman Murray King says New Zealand dairy farmers must remain ambitious about maintaining their global edge in productivity and profitability.
LIC, the country’s largest supplier of dairy genetics, will test its artificial breeding bulls for Mycoplasma bovis to provide its farmers with greater peace of mind through the dairy mating season.