For the first time since COVID-19 travel restrictions were implemented, B+LNZ leaders will be heading to key export markets to advocate abroad on behalf of New Zealand farmers.Learn more
The funding boost for R&D into GHG mitigation technologies and support to make it easier for farmers to adopt solutions to reduce emissions is positive, but the Govt has ignored the Climate Change Commission recommendations for forestry offsets limits in the ETS.Learn more
Mid-pregnancy shearing can increase the birthweights of multiple lambs, increase lamb survival by 3– 5% and reduce ewe deaths due to casting – but good post-shearing nutrition is critical.See advice
NZ has moved to the COVID-19 Protection Framework (traffic lights). We're closely monitoring Government advice regarding the evolving Coronavirus situation and will keep you updated.VIEW ADVICE FOR FARMERS
Knowing your on-farm GHG numbers will mean you can understand the implications of policy changes, plan for the future, and increase your business resilience.Find out more
The Beef + Lamb New Zealand Awards Dinner has a new date, with organisers hoping an easing of COVID-19 restrictions will allow all ticket holders to gather at the Napier War Memorial Centre on 29 September.find out more
Good environmental outcomes require good environmental practice. Managing winter grazing so it has minimal impact on waterways is an area that can be addressed with some forward planning and simple management tweaks.Find out more
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For the first time since COVID-19 travel restrictions were implemented, Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s (B+LNZ) leaders will be heading to key export markets to advocate abroad on behalf of New Zealand farmers.
Mid-pregnancy shearing can increase the birthweights of multiple lambs, increase lamb survival by 3-5% and reduce ewe deaths due to casting – but good post-shearing nutrition is critical.
The He Waka Eke Noa partners – including B+LNZ – have developed two emissions pricing options as alternatives to bringing agriculture into the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS). This page sets out what’s happening and links to relevant resources.Get involved
Join us for dinner to commemorate this momentous occasion and celebrate the past 140 years of being world leading producers of this prestigious product – New Zealand lamb.
The Beef + Lamb New Zealand Awards Dinner has a new date, with organisers hoping an easing of COVID-19 restrictions will allow all ticket holders to gather at the Napier War Memorial Centre on Thursday, 29 September 2022.
How can planning help your business embrace change and achieve your goals? How does having a plan help you adapt to change and become more resilient? What are the pitfalls of planning?
The New Zealand Farm Forestry Association, supported by Te Uru Rākau – New Zealand Forest Service, is holding a series of workshops in Taranaki, Rangitikei and Wairarapa for farmers thinking of growing trees.
Management of ewes from scanning to lambing.
Hosted by B+LNZ, Farmlands and Sheppard Sheppard Agriculture, we are delighted to welcome you along for a fun and insightful ladies’ night out with Lindy Nelson and Carrissa Fairbrother.
This workshop will cover what's involved in being 'Wormwise' and drench strategies for your farm.
Join us as we celebrate women in our farming communities. This day is designed to bring rural women together, to celebrate, connect and be inspired.
Deer Industry New Zealand via the Passion2Profit programme in association with the NZ Deer Farmers Association and B+LNZ invites farmers to come along to a facilitated GHG workshop to understand what this means for farmers and how to calculate your own farm GHG numbers.
This interactive field day you will learn about the different ways of integrating trees into your farm system, develop an understanding of the emissions trading scheme (ETS) and the opportunities of offsetting your GHG emissions.