The New Zealand Anti-Vivisection Society, a lobby defending animals used in science has turned its attention to Lincoln University.
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Dairy and meat processors have taken a leadership role in getting 30 companies to sign up to pledge to the Government to take a more proactive role on biosecurity.
Seemingly crazy “carryings-on” by some world leaders and influencers should not cause Kiwi farmers to sit on their hands worrying.
New Zealand exporters are holding their breath as UK politicians struggle to reach any sort of consensus on how or when Britain will leave the European Union.
Many regions in New Zealand depend heavily on the dairy industry for their economic wellbeing, reveals a recent report.
The executive director of the Dairy Companies Association of NZ (DCANZ), Kimberly Crewther, will fly to Europe in the next few days.
Dairy is a major contributor to New Zealand’s living standards and plays a crucial role in supporting regional economic development, according to an NZEIR report released recently.
A proposed split to NZ dairy’s tariff rate quotas for Brexit is being viewed as unjustifiable and flawed.
Dairy companies are disappointed at news that the review of the China-New Zealand FTA is unlikely to result in improvement for dairy access.