COVID-19: Protecting the food sector and each other
With the situation around coronavirus (COVID-19) rapidly evolving, Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) is closely monitoring advice from the Ministry of Health and will keep levy payers updated.
B+LNZ welcomes Waikato Plan Change One decision and encourages Government to reflect in Essential Freshwater proposals
Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) welcomes the Waikato Plan Change One decision for the Waikato and Waipa catchments to reflect the impact of different types of farming.
Our main priority is keeping farmers, food producers and staff healthy and safe. We're closely monitoring advice from the Ministry of Health regarding the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.
Hogget mating needs to be flexible option
Feed resources could be tight in many areas this winter so hogget mating needs to be carefully considered to ensure the hogget’s future productivity is not compromised.
We want to provide you with an update on the coronavirus situation and its impact on the red meat sector.
Open Farm day proves popular
Over 5,500 people registered to take a look at what happens behind the farm gate at this country’s inaugural nationwide Open Farm day.
Important information on the Red Meat Profit Partnership Action Network
The Red Meat Profit Partnership (RMPP) Primary Growth Partnership programme ends in September 2020 and Beef + Lamb New Zealand has taken over the management of the RMPP Action Network Programme.
Shifting mindsets to meet rural challenges
It takes a significant shift in mindset to go from overweight couch potato to a winning trans-Atlantic rower in just two years.
US influencers blown away by NZ farming and red meat
Six visiting US food and lifestyle influencers were highly impressed by New Zealand’s farming and food culture and by this country’s grass-fed meat.
Agricultural organisations unite to call for IPCC to consider GWP*/GWP-we for greenhouse gas emissions
JOINT STATEMENT: Climate change is one of the world’s most urgent challenges and farmers are amongst the first to see its impact on food production as they deal with the increased frequency and severity of extreme weather, such as droughts and floods.
Farmers encouraged to attend B+LNZ Annual Meeting and one-day event
Beef + Lamb New Zealand levy payers are being encouraged to attend their organisation’s Annual Meeting in New Plymouth next month to hear how their money is being invested.