Establish genuine connection with urban people in your area, INZB Beef Progeny Test Field Day
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Establish genuine connection with urban people in your area
New Zealand’s national Open Farm day is set for Sunday 10 March. B+LNZ encourages you to consider hosting an event as an opportunity to tell your farming story and better connect with urban Kiwis in your region. Providing an opportunity to have a genuine on-farm experience is hugely important for our industry and country. Research shows that firsthand experiences are unmatched when it comes to creating better understanding. Don’t miss out on this proven way to shape perceptions, learn more and register here.
INZB Beef Progeny Test Field Day: March 2024
Mark your calendars for this year's INZB Beef Progeny Test Field Day on Tuesday 5 March at Lochinver Station (our North Island Progeny Test site). Lochinver joined the programme as a host farm in 2022, enabling Simmental genetics to be included in the across-breed Progeny Test for the first time. Further details can be found on B+LNZ's Event Calendar.