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Every year a young New Zealander is sponsored by Beef + Lamb New Zealand to represent their country as a delegate at the International Beef Alliance (IBA) conference.
Mycoplasma bovis has recently been detected on a farming operation in South Canterbury. These guidelines have been prepared to help reduce the risk of introducing Mycoplasma bovis infection onto your farm.
If you have been affected by recent flooding, here you'll find phone numbers and links to websites and organisations that can help provide flood support.
B+LNZ is reviewing its vision and work around all things environment. Have your say and you'll go in the draw to win a day with an expert to help you turn your environmental vision into a plan for action.
East Otago sheep and beef farmers Bruce and Denise Cameron recognised the toll internal parasites were taking on their lambs’ performance and carried out a drench resistance test. The result is a whole-farm strategy that outsmarts the internal parasites at every turn.
Winter grazing of crops is a key source of sediment, nutrient and bacterial loss into waterways from farms. Here are some simple steps you can take now to make a real difference.
The first two weeks of the Southland Water and Land Plan hearings have been dominated by farmers and the drystock sector story is coming through loud and clear.
Ian and Paul Roy are converts to sustainable parasite management, after a drench resistance test revealed they were throwing good money away on drenches that weren’t doing the job.
B+LNZ farmer director for the Northern South Island, Phil Smith, takes stock of some of the latest happenings in the industry.
Lucerne plays an important role on many sheep and beef farms, but to maximise its yield potential the forage crop needs to be actively managed over winter.