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
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
New Zealand is at higher/varied COVID-19 Alert Levels. We're closely monitoring Government advice regarding the evolving Coronavirus situation and will keep you updated.VIEW ADVICE FOR FARMERS
Changes in wintering practices on Don Morrison’s Southland farm have benefited more than just the environment, they have been good for business.READ MORE
Innovative tools to support farmers and farm consultants in pasture planning are expected to become available next year as part of the Hill Country Futures Programme.Learn more
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) Generation Next professional development programme aimed at young and aspiring sheep and beef farmers is coming to the North Island in 2022. Learn more about the programme, our new locations and apply.
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, Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s (B+LNZ) involvement and more.
Changes in wintering practices on Don Morrison’s Southland farm have benefited more than just the environment, they have been good for business.
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.
Please join Environment Canterbury for part, or all of the afternoon.
This webinar is aimed at all facilitators of B+LNZ Action Groups as well as rural professionals facilitating across the food and fibre sector.
What does a healthy stream look like and how can we see if our own streams are looking good or need improvement?
Lower Mataura Catchment Group are taking a tour down through the catchment to have a discussion around our waterways and how they all tie together.
Brought to you by Farm Nutrient Advisory Ltd, this sustainable farming event will help you navigate the increasing environmental and consumer demands farmers face. Farm efficiency and profitability have never been more important.
If you would like some assistance completing or checking the information you have put into the GHG calculator as part of your Climate Change Action Plan, then register for a 30-minute one-on-one clinic.
Come and visit Rotherwood and learn about how the Winmill family have transformed the property from a traditional sheep and beef operation to a high performance irrigated arable and beef finishing business.
Supporting the mental health of the NZ farming community.
Thinking about growing Lucerne? Already growing Lucerne and looking to get the best out of it? Then come along to this field day with Professor Derrick Moot to find out more.