Pair looking to make pasture-raised veal a staple on high-end menus impress judges.
‘We need the incoming government to enable farmers rather than restrict them’
We catch up with the primary producers who are satisfying global demands ahead of the Beef and lamb NZ awards.
BLNZ is supporting roughly half the country’s 100 active groups.
Sector’s depth of talent stands out in list of finalists for Beef + Lamb honours.
BLNZ attributes decline in part to land-use changes.
Almost 40 recommendations for policies across trade, climate change, carbon farming, water and more.
BLNZ chair Kate Acland says criticism of the levy body doesn’t reflect the hard work that’s been going on.
Concrete options now on the table, Sam McIvor says.
Hundreds reached in first year of engaging young people with farm-to-fork story.
People in the red meat industry urged to nominate someone or an organisation making a difference.
The programme focuses on increasing the use of high-quality genetics in the beef industry.
Survey uncovers hunger for information about breeding better beef cattle.
Call to keep an eye out for promising industry players.
Sheep and beef farmers need practical, workable systems, says Sam McIvor.
Earlier this year, Crawshaw won the East Coast Young Farmer regional final.
The first calf sales usually point to how the rest of the season will play out – and buyers in the opening week couldn’t wait to get their hands on calves.
Stacey Waaka chosen to front ‘Good things start with NZ beef and lamb’ campaign.
Kate Acland has wasted no time getting her feet under the boardroom table.
New chair of industry body says ‘we need to listen’ to concerns.
Unless they change, the current boards will be history next time there’s a vote, says Alan Emerson.
Advocacy role challenged, but no unified voice on solutions.
Remits at annual meeting speak of frustration over what farmers call a lack of consultation.
Former Feds leader, whose election to the BLNZ board ousted the chair, has often done things the hard way.
The Gore farmer says BLNZ had a clear mandate to grow the sheep and beef industries and provide sustainable returns now and for future generations.
Southland farmer Geoffrey Young, the man behind the upset of Beef and Lamb's top structure, vows to take on HWEN.
The Taste Pure Nature campaign has identified the “conscious foodie” consumer, one seeking greater levels of assurance around their food supply.
Beef + Lamb NZ delivers bad news for farms due largely to inflation.
Informing New Zealand Beef is working to boost the sector’s profits by $460 million over the next 25 years by giving farmers the right genetic tools.
Five-point manifesto ‘should be required reading for Hipkins’, industry good body says.
Report says people are opting to sell up rather than struggle on.