B+LNZ is celebrating International Day of Rural Women on 15 October by highlighting the many initiatives it’s involved with that ensures women are supported and encouraged to lead.Learn more
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The acknowledgement by the Govt that current policies will likely see too much carbon forestry planted, along with the opening up of a conversation for potential limits through the ETS, is positive for farmers.READ MEDIA RELEASE
There could be a significant opportunity for NZ sheep and beef farmers to take advantage of the global regenerative agriculture trend in the marketplace.Read full reports
Uncertainty around COVID-19 alert levels has been behind the decision to delay the inaugural Beef + Lamb New Zealand Awards’ dinner until early next year.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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The acknowledgement by the Government that current policies will likely see too much carbon forestry planted, along with the opening up of a conversation for potential limits through the ETS, is positive for sheep and beef farmers.
A new Action Plan designed to help manage parasite resistance to drenches in New Zealand has been launched.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) is celebrating International Day of Rural Women on 15 October by highlighting the many initiatives it’s involved with that ensures women are supported and encouraged to lead.
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.
Join your Farmer Council and hear about the activities planned in our region.
What you need to know about the effects of the new regulations on your farming business.
You're invited to an information event hosted by Top of the South Rural Support Trust and Rural Women NZ, with short presentations from Tasman District Council Staff and an opportunity to talk to one one with them about what Central Government changes may mean for you.
Join your Farmer Council over lunch and hear about the activities planned in our region.
Understanding our water quality.
Development West Coast is hosting Marijke Dunselman, founder of Agritourism NZ, on the West Coast for two introductory workshops for farmers to learn about the concept and opportunities in the agritourism sector.
Join Ballance at this Sustainable Farming Fund Protecting our Soils Field Day.
Wools of New Zealand (WNZ) and Primary Wool Co-operative (PWC) are hosting three online information meetings ahead of a vote on the proposed merger of operations between WNZ and PWC-owned CP Wool.
The BBQ will include a short presentation on eDNA results, and a launch of the Mid Oreti Mini Forest Movement.