Introducing the Knowledge Hub Repository of farming resources

Visit our new Knowledge Hub - it gives you access to a range of fact sheets, tools and calculators designed to help you run a successful farm operation.

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Upcoming Events


Red Meat Sector Conference 2019

Sun 28 July
Rydges Latimer Christchurch

With registrations for registered sheep and beef farmers subsidised by B+LNZ, hear from some of New Zealand’s leading experts about how we can meet the challenges and take advantage of the opportunities facing the red meat sector.


“Significant You” – Women's Only Event for the Top of the South

Sun 28 July -
Mon 29 July
The Headingly Centre

An event for women in the agri-community to be spoiled, inspired and encouraged to be a significant part of their farming business and community.


B+LNZ Southern South Island Seminar 2019: Thinking outside the box – Opportunities in the face of change

Tue 6 August
Gore RSA

Expand your mind and discover new knowledge.


Agrilearn and B+LNZ Skills Days

Sun 21 July -
Mon 19 August
Mount Peel Station

In conjunction with Beef + Lamb New Zealand, Agrilearn are offering a 3-day skills experience at a local farm where you can learn a variety of chainsaw, chemical handling and butchering skills from a qualified tutor.


AWDT Future Focus - Module 2 Eastern North Island

Mon 22 July -
Tue 23 July

This event is now full.


B+LNZ Farm Environment Plan Workshop: Mabel Bush

Mon 22 July -
Tue 23 July
Mabel Bush Hall

This workshop is aimed at supporting farmers to complete their Farm Environment Plans as required by the Southland Land and Water plan.


Thriving Rural Women Project

Mon 22 July -
Tue 23 July
Weston Hall

Proudly supported by B+LNZ, this event has been organised through a joint effort by Top Paddock, Lip Gloss and Gumboots, and SC Agri-Women.


B+LNZ Wormwise Workshop: Culverden

Tue 23 July
Culverden Fire Station

This workshop will cover what's involved in being 'Wormwise'.

Field day

B+LNZ Wairarapa Farming for Profit Seminar: Maximising survival – minimising wastage

Wed 24 July
Carterton Events Centre

Your maximum lambing potential has already been decided, now is the time to focus on capturing that potential. We know that 90% of lamb mortality occurs within 48 hours of birth and we will look at ways to combat this and ensure lambs go on to thrive.


AWDT Future Focus - Module 1 Taumarunui: COURSE FULL

Wed 24 July -
Thu 25 July

This programme brings sheep and beef farming partners (couples, owner/manager, father/daughter or similar) together to achieve their business goals and aspirations – using a team approach to business planning and is offered at no cost to participants.

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