FarmSmart is the Northern South Island Farmer Council’s annual flagship event taking place on Thursday 27 June at Addington Raceway, Christchurch. This year’s theme is ‘Pushing Play: How Data is Transforming Our World’.REGISTER NOW
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.LEARN MORE
New Zealand’s sheep and beef sector is deeply concerned over the proposed treatment of methane and targets in the Zero Carbon Bill and is calling for critical changes to the bill.READ MEDIA RELEASE
B+LNZ has started the pilot rollout of its Taste Pure Nature country of origin brand campaign in California with early results very encouraging.Read more
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.
B+LNZ has welcomed the funding announced in the 2019 Budget for the primary sector and is looking forward to working with the government on how the initiatives announced are developed and delivered.
Dairy grazing is an integral part of many beef farmers’ businesses, but care must be taken to protect resident beef cattle and other herds from the risk of Mycoplasma bovis (M. bovis).
Members of the International Beef Alliance (IBA), comprising the cattle producer organisations from Australia, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, New Zealand, Paraguay and the United States, met for their annual conference in the state of Mato Grosso, Brazil, 26–30 May 2019.
Expand your mind and discover new knowledge.
FarmSmart 2019 is the Northern South Island Farmer Council’s annual flagship event. It aims to provide you with tools and ideas to help build confidence in your business.
This seminar will focus on triplet ewe nutrition and management, and draws on the knowledge and experience of local farmers who are achieving high levels of newborn lamb survival.
Do you want to know more about catchment groups? Come along to the ACRE Group Winter Forum to find out more.
Please note that this workshop is now full.
This workshop will cover what's involved in being 'Wormwise'.
This event is now full.
The Northland Collaboration Group is putting on dinner so you can have a relaxing catch-up with friends and neighbours in your community.
Learn the basics for training a pup and training your dog for working sheep.
You are invited to a casual evening of talk and tips on the topic of getting through the tough times, and how to navigate the storms together as a community.