Our main priority is keeping farmers, food producers and staff healthy and safe. We're closely monitoring advice from the Ministry of Health regarding the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.LEARN MORE
Significant feed shortages across much of the country has seen government and industry bodies rally together to put support structures in place to help those affected get through winter. For either the Feed Planning or Feed Coordination Service, please call: 0800 BEEF LAMB (0800 233 352) .READ MORE
AgResearch has developed a more accurate calculation of the nitrous oxide emissions from sheep, beef and dairy production, which shows that nitrous oxide emissions are two thirds and one third respectively lower than previously thought.LEARN MORE
While some areas of New Zealand are faced with flooding, other parts of the country are extremely dry. B+LNZ has a number of resources to help manage these extreme weather conditions.View 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.
“The sheep and beef sector is cautiously positive about the Government’s announcement today but needs to see the detail of the actual regulations and some concerns still remain,” says Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s (B+LNZ) CEO Sam McIvor.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s Simple Feed Budget in one of a suite of tools and resources available to help support farmers grappling with tight winter feed supplies.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s (B+LNZ) Mid-Season Update 2019-20 has a positive outlook for New Zealand’s sheep and beef exports for the 2019-20 season, despite significant disruption from COVID-19 and widespread drought.
Protecting New Zealand’s iconic flora and fauna is integral to the future of farming and the Government is consulting on how it can protect New Zealand's native biodiversity.Get involved
The Northland Rural Support Trust and Beef + Lamb New Zealand Northern North Island are happy to bring you storyteller, author, company director and ‘once a farmer’ – Doug Avery.
B+LNZ recognises the importance women place as critical farming partners in the sheep and beef sector. This day has been designed to help bring rural women from across the country virtually together.
Have you considered joining or setting up a Catchment Community? Come and join our Catchment Community e-forum from the comfort of your own home.
Join our webinar from the comfort of your own home to discuss water storage systems for next season.
Join our conference call from the comfort of your own home every Thursday from 5–6pm.
Join us for an interactive webinar with Dave Warburton from Vet Services Hawkes Bay - Hastings. Dave is an experienced Animal Production Veterinarian and previously held the position of sheep genetics manager at Mt Linton Station.
The Plan Change 1 workshop will offer farmers the opportunity to learn more about the plan and its implications, and provide feedback on the potential solutions to the outstanding issues.
These drop in sessions are for farmers who have attended an online or in-person Farm Environment Plan workshop and have questions that need answering to help them finish their plans.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand is hosting a webinar for farmers with OSPRI presenting on the essentials of the NAIT system.
Due to the nationwide COVID-19 response, the Ballance Farm Environment Awards are replacing the remaining award functions with the release of regional announcement videos on YouTube.