With a number of environmental issues currently being consulted on by the government, B+LNZ is running a Environmental Issues Farmer Roadshow to help farmers understand what's going on, get feedback, and to provide advice for farmers wanting to make a submission.Learn more
Primary ITO is inviting applications for scholarships to support the development and capability of you and your team. NZ Apprentice Scholarships cover training fees for apprenticeships in Sheep and Beef, Dairy farming, Viticulture and Horticulture. Applications close 30 November 2019.APPLY NOW
Large scale conversion of sheep and beef farms to forestry as a result of the Zero Carbon Bill will have a significant negative impact on rural New Zealand, according to research released by Beef + Lamb New Zealand.READ REPORT
The Intergovernmental Panel report on Climate and Land demonstrates New Zealand lamb and beef produced as part of a low emissions farming system can help address climate change.LEARN MORE
B+LNZ is backing the Primary Sector Climate Change Commitment as the best way for putting in place the right incentives and framework needed for the agricultural sector to achieve climate change outcomes.Learn more
B+LNZ has started the pilot rollout of its Taste Pure Nature country of origin brand campaign in California with early results very encouraging.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.
The Healthy Water Healthy Future statement issued by environment, health, recreation, and water infrastructure groups today has significant alignment with the feedback from more than 3,000 sheep and beef farmers who have attended dozens of freshwater meetings over the last three weeks, including 25
Supporting farming excellence is one of Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s key priorities in our company strategy.
B+LNZ has developed a submission template for farmers wanting to have their say on the government’s freshwater proposals.
Join us as part of this community-driven programme, as we identify key issues impacting local production and farm performance.
The North Canterbury future farm is hosting an open day to showcase their response to environmental changes and identifying opportunities to increase resilience within the farm business.
This one day workshop and associated resources have been developed to help farmers operating within the Hawke’s Bay Regional Council boundaries to complete a Farm Environment Management Plan (FEMP), which will satisfy regional council requirements.
Hear from the M. bovis Programme team and ask MPI about the work being done to eradicate the cattle disease from New Zealand.
Join us at this field day to find out more about how Extension 350 can help you achieve your farming goals or address an issue.
This meeting is to let farmers know what really happens after they get the call from MPI. It would also be helpful for rural professionals supporting their clients.
Ahead of the B+LNZ Southern Farmer Council Annual Meeting, we are offering a drop-in session for farmers to call in when suits in the late afternoon to get assistance with their submissions for the Essential Freshwater proposal.
Join your Farmer Council over dinner and hear about the activities planned in our region.
It's time for farmers to take a look at their lamb flocks and pick the best ones for the Hawke's Bay Show Export Lamb Competition. Entries are now open.
The annual meeting for the Central Southern Farmer Council will review the year that has been and outline the key activities planned for the next financial year.