Preparation is key to maximising your chances of staying on your farm in the event of a positive case of COVID-19 – find out about how to get prepared, and info on the new traffic light system.Learn more
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).Find out more
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
With entries closing in a few weeks for the 2022 Ahuwhenua Trophy Sheep and Beef Competition, we spoke to Andrew Morrison about the significance of the Ahuwhenua competition.Read Q&A with Andrew
B+LNZ is proud to be a national partner of the Surfing for Farmers initiative that supports rural mental health by getting people off farm and into the ocean.See dates and locations
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
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.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s (B+LNZ) Lamb Crop 2021 report estimates a slight increase in the lamb crop for spring 2021 as sheep and beef farmers achieved an impressive lambing percentage of 131.9 percent.
Our main priority is keeping farmers, food producers and staff healthy and safe. We're closely monitoring Government advice regarding the evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.
They say preparation is the key to success, but when it comes to COVID-19, preparation is the key to maximising your chances of staying on your farm in the event of a positive case.
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
B+LNZ, along with awards partner Farmlands Cooperative, invite you to the inaugural Beef + Lamb New Zealand Awards Dinner to celebrate the people, science, technology and innovation that makes New Zealand’s red meat sector world-leading.
Supporting the mental health of the NZ farming community.
Part 1 of two workshops to learn how to grow our own native plants, how to look after them, and where to plant them.
Join us for this interactive webinar to help you complete your Climate Change Action Plan to help our industry meet the He Wake Eke Noa partnership milestones for 2021.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand and AFFCO NZ Limited have partnered together to enable farmers who already have their farm greenhouse gas (GHG) numbers, to understand what their GHG numbers mean, and to generate an action plan specific to your farm.
This competition is being run to promote innovative Red Meat farming practices by identifying farmers that demonstrate a well-balanced and positive approach to their business.
After several successful intakes in the South Island, the Beef + Lamb New Zealand Generation Next Programme is coming North for 2022. Applications are now open and close on 1 February 2022.
The 2022 APEN International Conference will be a hybrid event at the University of Melbourne and Tauranga, New Zealand and virtually on 10 and 11 February 2022 with optional pre-conference Masterclasses on 9 February.
Hosted over two days by the Wairoa Community Development Trust, the Expo provides a rare opportunity for sheep & beef farmers on the East Coast to interact face-to-face with industry innovators and experts.
B+LNZ and Silver Fern Farms are running a series of three-hour Greenhouse Gas Calculator and Action Plan farmer workshops.