Independent research has found NZ’s sheep and beef farms are already close to being carbon neutral and strengthens calls for the formal recognition of on-farm sequestration.VIEW REPORT
Feed shortages are a reality across many parts of the country this year. To support farmer decision-making during this difficult time, B+LNZ, working alongside other organisations, has put together a number of feed and stock-management related tools and resources.VIEW RESOURCES
Visit the Knowledge Hub - it gives you access to a range of fact sheets, tools and calculators designed to help you run a successful farm operation.
High-performing farmers are front-footing challenges facing the sheep and beef sector and adapting their businesses, according to new research by the Red Meat Profit Partnership (RMPP).
B+LNZ says that now voters have had their say, the incoming Government has some important decisions to make about farming in New Zealand.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) Genetics launched nProve last month – a new tool that makes it easier for farmers to find the best rams for their farming operation.
Are you wondering what the recent proposed changes to Otago’s water and waste plans might mean for you? Are you thinking about making a submission?Get involved
Need help with NAIT? OSPRI is hosting free workshops in Wellsford, Dargaville and Maungaturoto.
Come along to share a great night and be inspired by Mike King, the 2019 New Zealander of the Year.
Otago/Southland competitors will battle it out at the Southland District contest to see who will represent their Club at their FMG Young Farmer of the Year Regional Final!
For those in the Horizons region, don’t miss out on the ‘Pride in our Land’ evenings.
Agrecovery is holding recycling and recovery events for farm waste in nine Canterbury locations this November.
Environment Southland is currently consulting on its ‘shovel ready’ projects to upgrade flood protection infrastructure in the Mataura, Invercargill and Waiau river catchments.
The South Canterbury Rural Support Trust has booked international motivational speaker Tony Christiansen, who lost his legs at the age of nine in a train accident.
This annual clover field day will share findings from the East Coast Innovation Farm programme on increasing clover content on uncultivable East Coast hill country. It will cover the importance of site selection and key tips for managing sub clover at different times of the year.
What are some things you want to achieve through your weaning decision? What are your sheep production targets?
The Otago Rural Support Trust has booked international motivational speaker Tony Christiansen, who lost his legs at the age of nine in a train accident.