The New Zealand Anti-Vivisection Society, a lobby defending animals used in science has turned its attention to Lincoln University.
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A board position with the Dairy Women’s Network has opened up as Waikato dairy farmer Tracy Brown steps down from her role as a trustee.
Rural women have stepped forward to take leadership positions in the last three to four years, says Rebecca Keoghan, 2018 Rural Woman of Influence.
Dairy Woman of the Year Trish Rankin has a message for all farmers: recycling systems work and it is worth doing your bit.
Some dairy farmers are overpaying staff because they fear being non-compliant, says Dairy Womens' Network chief executive Jules Benton.
Being in an industry filled with so much passion is an aspect of dairying which Dairy Women's Network chief executive Jules Benton loves after nine months in the job.
Two women with generations of farming experience behind them are finalists in the 2018 Dairy Community Leadership Awards.
A dairy consultant, a district mayor, and a leadership coach are finalists in the 2018 Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year awards.