Video explains benefits of pasture-raised red meat vs alternative proteins
New Zealand scientists have conducted a groundbreaking four-year research programme to explore the differences between pasture-raised beef with grain-fed beef and alternative proteins. Watch researchers talk about the research project co-funded by B+LNZ and explain its initial findings.
Report released on role of red meat
Our partners at B+LNZ Inc have released a significant report on the role of red meat in healthy and sustainable New Zealand diets. We contributed to this report, along with a number of academics and nutrition professionals, and the information in it forms the foundation of telling our sector story.
New Zealand research leads the charge to understand health benefits of eating pasture-raised red meat
New Zealand is leading ground-breaking research exploring the health and well-being benefits of eating pasture-raised beef and lamb versus grain-fed beef and plant-based alternatives.
Alternative proteins research published
B+LNZ has just released an extensive report on alternative proteins and its implications for the red meat sector.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand supporting sustainable hill country scientific programme
A scientific programme aimed at improving the sustainability of hill country for sheep and beef farming is to be launched with the support of Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ).
Earthquake Land Recovery Programme Underway
A $1.8 million Farm Land & Business Recovery support programme for farmers in the earthquake affected districts was signed-off by the Ministry for Primary Industries earlier this month.
Case for dairy-beef calves gains momentum
Initial results from a dairy-beef progeny test show that strategically selected beef bulls will yield high-value beef calves, without compromising calving ease or days in milk.
Let’s go to Caroline Bay again
Of 28 research papers presented in the Journal of NZ Grasslands, 14 were cofunded from the sheep and beef levy and ten of these came from the Pastoral 21 research programme.
Expand your mind, change your world
Geoff Ridley reflects on the Aginnovation conference held last month, showcasing the latest research in science, information and technology innovation.