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The saying that ‘change is the only constant in life’ is true for the dairy industry and standing still is not an option, chair Cathy Brown told the Dairy Womens Network (DWN) annual meeting.
Focused, on-task and anticipating what comes next for the dairy industry: this was the mood of this year’s Dairy Womens Network conference, says chief executive Zelda De Villiers.
Three emerging dairy industry leaders are finalists in the sixth annual Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year awards contest.
Dairy Womens Network (DWN) fills many gaps for women in rural areas, including providing a social network and upgrading their skills, says chief executive Zelda de Villiers.
Dairy Women’s Network has signed on a new dairying partner in Waikato-based company Deosan this month.
Dairy Women’s Network is urging voters to support rural women to represent them as election season hits.
Many rural women feel isolated and that they are often wasting their skills and education in the farm environment, says a study.
Tough economic times are causing farmers to analyse every aspect of their business, right down to the performance of individual animals.