Beef + Lamb New Zealand and Meat Industry Association Welcome Mandate for TPP11
Beef + Lamb New Zealand and the Meat Industry Association are right behind the Government’s continued efforts to bring the Trans-Pacific Partnership 11 into effect.
AgPest campaign highlights value of pest and weed control
AgPest is running a campaign to encourage farmers to register on its database - prizes to be won!
Farming leaders pledge action on rivers
In a first for the country, farming leaders have pledged to work together to help make New Zealand’s rivers swimmable for future generations.
The complete guide to NZ cattle farming launched
Our new 'Guide to New Zealand Cattle Farming' brings together all the information farmers need to maximise productivity and profitability in their beef breeding and finishing herds.
New Zealand’s beef cattle herd continues to grow
During the past year, NZ’s beef cattle herd increased by 2.8% – to 3.6 million head – while the decline in the sheep flock slowed sharply.
B+LNZ Farmer Consultation 2017
We’d like to give you an update and seek your feedback on our priorities and the budget proposed for the year ahead.
Farmers welcome support to improve environment
The Government’s announcement of $44 million to support freshwater improvement projects is welcomed by B+LNZ.
Keys to engaging farmers in environmental change: Part 1
The iconic Rere Falls and Rockslide near Gisborne have been the focus of a two-year environmental project that’s attracted local and national interest.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand appoints Independent Director
Beef + Lamb New Zealand has appointed Melissa Clark-Reynolds ONZM as the first Independent Director to its board.
Case for dairy-beef calves gains momentum
Initial results from a dairy-beef progeny test show that strategically selected beef bulls will yield high-value beef calves, without compromising calving ease or days in milk.
Disease outbreak highlights need for on-farm biosecurity
Beef + Lamb New Zealand is urging farmers to implement on-farm biosecurity measures in light of the recent Mycoplasma bovis outbreak in a South Canterbury dairy operation.