This old mutt notes that millionaire Hollywood producer and advocate for mung bean farming James Cameron is happy to fly…
Use supplements wisely and strategically: that’s the message from DairyNZ chief executive Tim Mackle as farmgate milk prices keep dropping.
This is just the start of our industry trying to understand and quantify how much farmers are investing in environmental actions.
DairyNZ chief executive Tim Mackle says the current downturn in the dairy industry is different from others in the past.
The latest outlook for dairy farming and a selection of ‘Hot Science’ topics will feature at the DairyNZ’s regional farmer forums which kick off in April.
DairyNZ and Federated Farmers are researching how much money dairy farmers have spent onfarm in environmental projects.
Like a lot of dairy farmers, I am pretty happy about farewelling 2015, and looking ahead to a New Year with better prospects and farmgate milk prices.
STAFFING AND environment issues dominated the discussion at DairyNZ’s annual meeting earlier this month.
DAIRY FARMERS, including sharemilkers, have turned out and given a record level of support for continuing investment in their annual milksolids levy to fund ongoing research and development, environmental work and other industry initiatives.
DAIRYNZ CHIEF executive Tim Mackle is urging farmers to vote when they receive voting papers in the mail this month.