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New regulations to strengthen the law on the management and treatment of bobby calves were announced last month by Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy.
A top-level primary industries taskforce will work through Brexit issues, the Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy told Federated Farmers.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy has congratulated the National Fieldays Society for another successful event at Mystery Creek in Waikato.
A new programme celebrating and promoting careers in the primary sector has been launched by Prime Minister John Key, Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy and senior Ministers at National Fieldays.
Showcasing clear pathways to encourage young people into primary industry careers will be the focus of New Zealand Young Farmers (NZYF) at National Agricultural Fieldays.
Fonterra would no longer be required tosell milk at a regulated price to large, export-focused processors, under options put forward in a discussion document.
Government funding for the ongoing plan to eradicate bovine tuberculosis has been approved by Minister for Primary Industries, Nathan Guy.
For the first time in the 83 year history of the competition, a South Island dairy farm has won the prestigious Ahuwhenua Trophy for Maori dairy farming.
The lush green pasture of an already irrigated sheep and cattle farm in Central Canterbury was chosen by Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy as the place to announce nearly $8 million in fresh funding for three Canterbury irrigation schemes.
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Former Fonterra chairman Sir Henry van der Heyden will be offering his thoughts on the future of the NZ dairy…