Voting is now open in Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s two director elections for its Western North Island and Central South Island districts, as well as for two resolutions to be presented at the Annual Meeting.Read more
With UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal being defeated, there is uncertainty about what will happen next. B+LNZ is preparing for both deal and no-deal scenarios, as well as the possibility that there may be an extension to the timing of Brexit too.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.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s (B+LNZ) Chairman Andrew Morrison says the thoughts of New Zealand’s sheep and beef farmers are with rural communities in both Nelson - who have been impacted by the Pigeon Valley fire - and those in north-western Queensland following the recent heavy flooding there.
Joint statement – NZ Food and Beverage Exporters
Warm and wet climatic conditions mean that it is shaping up to be a bad summer for both flystrike and Facial Eczema.
Join us for the launch of this community-driven programme, as we identify key issues impacting local production and farm performance.
Join us in Timaru for the 2019 B+LNZ Annual Meeting which will be part of a full day, interactive programme.
The annual B+LNZ AgInnovation Conference focuses on delivering new knowledge through a strong line-up of presenters and topics that focus on new systems and tools, environment, the latest science, markets, and farm business planning.
Expand your mind and discover new knowledge.
This programme brings sheep and beef farming partners (couples, owner/manager, father/daughter or similar) together to achieve their business goals and aspirations – using a team approach to business planning and is offered at no cost to participants.
Come along to our biosecurity workshop to develop an Action Plan for your farm.
Don't miss the annual open day at Limestone Downs, an iconic property of over 2,500ha consisting of gentle to rolling/steep farmland with scenic views located at the far end of Port Waikato.
Manage the environmental and water issues that make your farm unique.
Registrations for the 2019 Understanding Your Farming Business (UYFB) programmes are now open.
This free workshop will give you the skills you need to help you understand the importance of flock nutrition and feed requirements on your farm.