Displaying items by tag: NAIT

Wednesday, 21 February 2018 08:55

NAIT problems stymie M. bovis response

Federated Farmers president Katie Milne says farmers’ problems in complying with NAIT (National Animal Identification and Tracing) have slowed the response to Mycoplasma bovis. 

Published in General News
Tuesday, 20 February 2018 10:00

Big NAIT changes needed

An expert in data management in the meat industry is calling for a fundamental change in the technology used in the NAIT (National Animal Identification and Tracing) system.

Published in General News

Sharemilkers and dairy herd owners are being advised to get their livestock sorted for the upcoming 'gypsy day' move.

Published in Farm Health
Tuesday, 17 May 2016 08:54

Get sorted for Gypsy Day

With Gypsy Day fast approaching OSPRI offers advice for NAIT and TBfree.

Published in General News
Tuesday, 19 January 2016 13:55

Tough lesson over price fixing

Rural services company PGW Wrightson says its run-in with the competition watchdog over price fixing was a tough lesson.

Published in General News
Thursday, 03 December 2015 12:36

Group action?

The Hound hears that a Christchurch ambulance chaser (lawyer) is trying to put together a group action against the livestock firms tied up in a Commerce Commission case over the NAIT scheme.

Published in The Hound

A pland to eradicate TB from New Zealand livestock within 10 years will cut the need to test some herds and will reduce the work in some vector areas.

Published in Farm Health
Thursday, 02 July 2015 11:05

New phase for NAIT programme

July is the start of the next phase for OSPRI’s NAIT programme with the three-year exemption period for pre-NAIT cattle now over.

Published in Management
Friday, 29 May 2015 10:08

Minimise risk in stock moving

Don't put your livelihood at risk when moving or selling stock over the Gypsy Day period, says Ospri New Zealand.

Published in Farm Health
Tuesday, 21 April 2015 14:26

Workshops show how to get aboard NAIT

Farmers are offered hands-on training in how to use OSPRI’s National Animal Identification and Tracing (NAIT) programme.

Published in Farm Health