B+LNZ Director nominations and 2024 Annual Meeting remits close next week, The Big Feed telethon, Sheep breeders: submit your Methane EOI for Cool Sheep 2024 measurements
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This week’s notices:
B+LNZ Director nominations and 2024 Annual Meeting remits close next week
Nominations for B+LNZ Director roles in the Northern North Island and Northern South Island close at 5pm next Friday, 8 December. This is also the deadline for written remits for the 2024 Annual Meeting. More information, including how to access forms and where to send nominations or remits, is available on the B+LNZ website.
The Big Feed telethon
As a sponsor of Meat the Need, B+LNZ is getting behind The Big Feed telethon on Thursday 14 December to raise donations that will go towards feeding New Zealanders in need. Visit the official website to learn more about the telethon and make sure to tune in on 14 December to see some familiar faces.
Sheep breeders: submit your Methane EOI for Cool Sheep 2024 measurements
The Cool Sheep programme invites sheep breeders to express interest in measuring methane emissions in their flock. To express your interest, complete this online form by Friday 15 December. The departure from the previous ad-hoc booking system, aims to streamline the booking process and ensure fair access to the PAC trailer for all interested breeders. B+LNZ co-funds the Cool Sheep programme, learn more about the programme here.
Last chance to share your views on beef genetics – closing date extended
The annual Informing New Zealand Beef (INZB) industry survey has been extended until Monday, 4 December. The survey seeks industry opinions on beef genetics and available genetic tools, helping to inform activities within the INZB programme but also, importantly, measure changes in views and the uptake of tools in the industry over time. Take the survey.