New Zealand’s sheep and beef sector is deeply concerned over the proposed treatment of methane and targets in the Zero Carbon Bill and is calling for critical changes to the bill.READ MEDIA RELEASE
As part of the M. bovis response, farmers will begin to receive consultation packs from B+LNZ on a proposal to increase the maximum biosecurity levy for cattle from $0.45/head to $2/head.Have your say
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
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New Zealand’s sheep and beef sector is deeply concerned over the proposed treatment of methane and targets in the Zero Carbon Bill and is calling for critical changes to the bill.
You may be aware the M. bovis Programme is increasing activity in the lead up to Moving Day and winter grazing to limit the risk of disease spread, and to give farmers as much certainty as possible heading into this busy period.
The release of the Environment Aotearoa 2019 report reinforces the importance of Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s (B+LNZ) Environment Strategy and Implementation plan, with sheep and beef farmers already taking ownership and action of their environmental impacts.
Expand your mind and discover new knowledge with our Winter Seminar.
Learn more about the rules in your region and how proposed national policy might affect you, and as well as some of the options that might be available to you.
Please note that this workshop is now FULL.
This workshop will help you understand your farm's unique natural resources and develop a plan to remain productive while putting actions in place to manage any potential risks to the environment.
Extension 350 will be holding its annual Public Field Days – so mark them in your calendar for a day near you.
Hosted with Agfirst Otago, this seminar will provide the information required to help farmers undertake winter grazing to maximise animal performance whilst ensuring that valuable soil and nutrients are kept on the farm and out of waterways.
Registrations are now open for the 2019 programme.
Join with other women involved in the wider meat industry for the inaugural Meat Business Women New Zealand event.
Registrations for the 2019 Understanding Your Farming Business (UYFB) programmes are now open.
Come along and hear the results of research into greenhouse gas mitigations on a multi-enterprise farming operation.