B+LNZ launches Dairy Beef book
Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s newly launched Beef Levies for Dairy Farmers highlights the integral part the dairy industry plays in this country’s red meat sector and the industry-good organisation.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand research into Regenerative Agriculture
B+LNZ is undertaking a significant global study into regenerative agriculture to understand its similarities and differences to New Zealand farming practices, the opportunities for farmers, and a global consumer perspective to understand what potential there is for New Zealand’s red meat exports to extract more value from sheep and beef products.
To Do list as dry weather tightens its grip
On-going dry weather coupled with limited killing space is making for a challenging time for sheep and beef farmers in many parts of the country.
You’re invited to B+LNZ’s Western North Island Showcase & Annual Meeting
Registrations have opened for the Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s (B+LNZ) Western North Island Showcase and Annual Meeting, held in New Plymouth, Taranaki on Thursday 26 March 2020. Join us for an exciting, full day programme of events to update farmers on key industry initiatives and issues. An invite will be sent to all farmers next week.
Voting opens for B+LNZ Annual Meeting resolutions, Annual Report 2019 released
Voting is now open for Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s (B+LNZ) two resolutions to be presented at the Annual Meeting.
Bovine TB detected in cattle in Hawke’s Bay
We want to let you know about an important development regarding bovine tuberculosis (TB) in Hawke’s Bay.
Grazing management to reduce FE risk
Strategic grazing management can help farmers manage the risk of Facial Eczema over summer and autumn.
Nuffield International Agribusiness Summit 2020
B+LNZ is excited to support the Nuffield International Agribusiness Summit being held in Christchurch at the Town Hall on 23 March, 2020.
Options in prevention and treatment of Facial Eczema
Zinc is the only treatment option farmers have when dealing with Facial Eczema, but there are options in the method of administration.
UK exit from Europe this week removes some uncertainty
The United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union this week (31 January) and the beginning of negotiations with the EU during a transition period removes some of the uncertainty around Brexit and the impact on New Zealand, according to the Meat Industry Association (MIA) and Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ).
Farmers encouraged to open their gates to connect with urban New Zealand
Greg and Rachel Hart are opening their Mangarara Station gates on Open Farms Day (Sunday 1 March), and inviting urban Kiwis to learn about their how they farm first-hand.