Thirteen contesting just two board places for farmer-elected directors.
The busy calving period is a time when farmers often suffer from strains and sprains but DairyNZ and ACC are working on innovations to help minimise these.
DairyNZ proposes a boost for genetic gains with ‘independent, reliable’ new index.
Campbell Parker to replace outgoing Tim Mackle.
Experienced sector finance leader Robyn Marsh takes post, with primary focus on strategic plan for the coming year.
The outgoing DairyNZ chief executive shares his thoughts on the dairy industry as he leaves the job he has been doing for the past 15 years.
Long-serving farmer director won’t stand for board in September election.
Tim Mackle has been DairyNZ chief executive since 2007. He talks to Gerald Piddock about his time fronting the organisation after announcing he will step down in June.
Sector gearing up to recruit ahead of calving season.
After 15 years at the industry good body, Tim Mackle is ready to move on.
It's important for every member of the farming team to take time off.
The dairy sector has launched a new workforce plan setting out how it will attract, retain and grow the farm workforce in the next decade.
Free dairy training courses are on offer to farmers wanting to upskill themselves and their team members.
DairyNZ chair Jim van der Poel is keen to have the new members onboard.
With dairy farmers are feeling the impact of inflation, it’s worth being proactive on paring costs.
Sports event will see MPs face-off against dairy farmers and industry leaders.
Two seats open to candidates keen to be part of sector leadership.
DairyNZ’s new farm performance general manager brings a wealth of experience to the company.
A webinar will give farmers insights into how they can attract and retain farm staff in the difficult labour market.
DAIRYNZ have appointed Margaret Devlin and Mark Todd as two new independent directors for its board.
A study of Environment Southland water quality standards has concluded alternative but acceptable water quality targets can be achieved at a much reduced cost to farming and the regional economy.
The Government’s decision to allow 300 more international dairy farm workers into New Zealand will not resolve the sector’s chronic staffing shortages, DairyNZ says.
DairyNZ has welcomed guidance from the Ministry for the Environment (MfE) guidance that gives dairy farmers clarity on how to meet the Government’s synthetic nitrogen (N) fertiliser cap regulations, but says it will still seek more changes.
DAIRY farmers have re-elected Jacqueline Rowarth to DairyNZ’s board at its livestreamed annual general meeting...