B+LNZ is committed to keeping farmers updated on the issues that are important to them. Read our latest update about the new environmental regulations.READ FARMER UPDATE
Over 300 attendees got to look under the bonnet of the Avery's high-performance operation when the family hosted the Marlborough Sheep & Beef Farmer of the Year field day.LEARN MORE
Feed shortages are a reality across many parts of the country this year. To support farmer decision-making during this difficult time, B+LNZ, working alongside other organisations, has put together a number of feed and stock-management related tools and resources.VIEW RESOURCES
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.
B+LNZ is committed to keeping farmers updated on the issues that are important to them. The following email about new environmental rules was sent to farmers on 25 November 2020 and further updates will be provided when available.
New Zealand is leading ground-breaking research exploring the health and well-being benefits of eating pasture-raised beef and lamb versus grain-fed beef and plant-based alternatives.
Over 350 students gained insight into the many agricultural-related careers available to them when they took part in Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s Food and Fibre Challenge at last weekend’s AgFest.
Are you wondering what the recent proposed changes to Otago’s water and waste plans might mean for you? Are you thinking about making a submission?Get involved
Come and join us for an evening off the farm to have dinner and some laughs with family and friends.
This webinar features Professor Anne Ridler from Massey University discussing the research and how a simple udder check can greatly improve the productivity of your ewe flock.
The Hawke's Bay Regional Council is running four public workshops to discuss preparing a proposed plan change (under the RMA) for managing freshwater resources within the Mohaka Catchment.
Join this live webinar to learn more about how BVD eradication could benefit New Zealand and what different national control programmes could look like for beef and dairy farms.
Learn about practical safety risk management on your farm, and get the plans and procedures you need to be compliant.
SELWYN! Your District Council has notified a new proposed plan with rules which can affect your farm.
OSPRI is holding a series of NAIT workshops, to present the five fundamentals of NAIT and help farmers keep their NAIT accounts up-to-date.
Come along and see firsthand how Woodhaven Gardens produces over 20 million vegetables a year.
This workshop has been developed to address the basic principle of assessing the genetic merit of the rams that farmers buy, to improve their ewe flock and lamb performance.
The landscape of the agriculture industry is changing and, together with Safer Farms and support from PAMU and Farmlands you will learn strategies and innovations that will assist in making your farm businesses more profitable, sustainable, productive and safe.