B+LNZ to exit Future Farm
After reviewing current and future priorities, Beef + Lamb New Zealand has made the decision to exit Lanercost, its hill country Future Farm next March.
Scanning results highlight potential for AI in commercial ewes
Scanning results from an artificial insemination programme on Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s Future Farm highlights the potential for commercial sheep farmers to use this technology as a tool to speed genetic gain.
AI trial run on B+LNZ’s Future Farm
Artificial breeding will play a role in accelerating the transition of a proportion of Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s commercial ewe flock to a low methane emitting flock.
Systems change to deal with drench resistance on Lanercost
An emerging drench resistance issue has been identified on Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s Future Farm Lanercost and a holistic plan is being put in place to protect future livestock productivity.
Five focus areas identified for B+LNZ’s Future Farm
After a setting-up phase, Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s first Future Farm will be focusing on five areas that reflect the challenges and opportunities facing today’s sheep and beef farmers.
Building people capability on Lanercost
Growing people is as important as growing grass on Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s North Canterbury Future Farm Lanercost.
B+LNZ assumes ownership of Future Farm lease
Beef + Lamb New Zealand is taking the opportunity to assume total ownership of the lease of its first Future Farm, Lanercost.
OverseerFM in action on Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s Future Farm
OverseerFM is proving valuable as a resource management and decision-making tool on Lanercost, Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s new Future Farm in North Canterbury.