Visiting CRV Global chief executive Roald van Noortfrom (right) with CRV Ambreed managing director Angus Haslett and marketing manager Katrina Evans at the Fieldays.

Five gold coloured semen straws each representing a $2000 cash prize will entice farmers during the artificial breeding season.

 
Richard Spelman, LIC.

Changing expectations of what customers or consumers want from the animals producing their products is one of the driving forces behind the new $25.68 million innovative programme for the dairy industry.

 
 
Susan Kilsby, ANZ.

Economists are still sticking to a 2019/20 season forecast of around $7/kgMS despite the 3.8% drop in the Global Dairy Trade overall price index last week.

Andrew Hoggard.

The New Zealand Bankers’ Association has welcomed the news that the government will introduce a Bill to parliament to set up a farm debt mediation scheme.

A new $25.68 million innovation programme for New Zealand’s dairy industry will drive improvements in the health and wellbeing of the national dairy herd and a step-change in sustainable milk production.

The New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards has appointed Robin Congdon general manager, succeeding Chris Keeping who served 18 years in the role.

Former Paralympic blade runner Liam Malone expects to inspire dairy farmers attending the South Island Dairy Event (SIDE) in late June.

The painted rock hide-and-seek craze that has taken the world by storm over the past couple of years has popped up at National Fieldays.

 

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