Displaying items by tag: LIC

Tuesday, 07 July 2020 10:45

Quality beef bulls wanted

Making quality beef genetics easier for dairy farmers to access is the aim of a new industry partnership.

Published in General News

LIC has launched a new tool to help dairy farmers reduce their environmental footprint.

Published in General News

A pilot trial has begun, seeking to understand a possible link between the methane cows produce and their genetics.

Published in General News
Monday, 18 May 2020 09:44

Ready for winter mating

With winter around the corner, LIC says farm staff are busy tending to bulls to ensure they capture the vital semen needed for New Zealand’s dairy herd.

Published in Farm Health
Friday, 24 April 2020 11:46

The value of reproduction

Focusing resources on improving reproductive performance can offer economic, social, and legal benefits. 

Published in Management
Wednesday, 08 April 2020 10:08

LIC shareholders torpedo Afimilk deal

A LIC board proposal to buy a 50% stake in Israeli agri tech company Afimilk has been knocked back by shareholders.

Published in General News

More accurate genetic evaluations, drawing on ten years of New Zealand and international research, will be available to dairy farmers from this month.

Published in Farm Health
Wednesday, 19 February 2020 09:37

LIC buying 50% of Israeli agritech business

LIC shareholders will meet on April 7 to vote on a $109 million deal to buy 50% of Israeli agritech company Afimilk.

Published in General News
Wednesday, 05 February 2020 08:44

Farmers ‘doing more with less’

New Zealand dairy farmers are becoming world leaders in precision farming, says Livestock Improvement Corporation (LIC) chairman Murray King.

Published in General News

Animal breeding company LIC has made sure semen straws were delivered on time to flood-stricken farmers in the South Island.

Published in General News
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