Hawkes Bay TANK Plan
The proposed TANK Plan Change, also known as “Proposed Plan Change 9” introduces new ways to manage the land and waterways of the Tūtaekurī, Ahuriri, Ngaruroro and Karamū (TANK) catchments. The Plan will impact on your farm, so it is important that you have your say.
Disease alert over the spring period
The winter, early spring period can give rise to a number of disease challenges for livestock, especially in years when feed is tight and body condition is not as high as it could be.
Otago Plan Change 7 and the Omnibus (PC 1 and 8) Plan Change
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?
Beef + Lamb New Zealand welcomes primary sector jobs campaign
The launch of a new campaign to attract people to the food and fibre sector jobs has been welcomed by Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ).
Farmer workshop for staying positive under pressure
Launching this August, 'Know your Mindset. Grow your Influence' is an online workshop supporting farmers to respond to uncertainty and change with meaningful action that bolsters wellbeing and self-value.
New improvements to how B+LNZ manages events
We are excited to announce some improvements to the way that we manage events at Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) to enhance your experience and make it easier for you.
Three years on and M. bovis eradication effort is on track
Today, 22 July, marks three years since Mycoplasma bovis was first detected in New Zealand. Finding this bacteria here was a shock to the industry, and kicked off one of New Zealand’s largest ever biosecurity responses.
Support for flood-affected farmers
Heavy rain affecting parts of Northland over the weekend is another blow to farmers recovering from the recent drought.
Rearing orphan lambs
As farmers strive to maximise their lamb survival, interest in orphan lamb rearing systems has been steadily growing.
Meat Your Career Camps for Students
Agri-career camps are underway across Aotearoa as students learn about the variety of roles in the agriculture sector.
Setting up a Catchment Community Group
Are you thinking of setting up a Catchment Community Group? Join part two of B+LNZ’s Catchment Community e-Forum, where catchment leaders will share their advice and expertise to help get you started.