LIC says it has been fair and reasonable in its dealing with farmers affected by the issue.
AgResearch scientists are contributing to a programme that aims to lift the productivity of India’s millions of dairy farms, one cow at a time.
The response came after LIC discovered issues during quality control testing with its Premier Sires straws.
Currently, the liability of the product is limited to the costs of the product or service.
While LIC spotted the problem and informed farmers, Feds says a refund is not good enough.
Prized riggit bull zooms into Champion of the World slot – without leaving home.
Breed’s 2023 World Convention brings farmers and fans to NZ.
Responses to Informing New Zealand Beef survey help shape the future of the programme.
Vigorous, hardy and clever: no wonder that in at least one respect they’re known as the Rolls-Royce of sheep breeds.
The world has really changed since NZ last had this discussion in the late 1990s and early 2000s, writes Wayne Langford.
Superior genetics across all the breeds is a core focus for the Taranaki farm, with moderate birthweight and calving ease prioritised across all three breeds.
Murray Grey genetics are increasingly being used over dairy cattle on Kiwi farms to throw a calf that is valuable as a beef option.
Positive response from breeders for across-breed Beef Progeny Test.
Waikato farming operation shares why Herefords are perfect choice for their bull breeding business.
Taranaki farmers are working with CRV to breed animals that produce the same amount of milk using less feed.
Twenty-three years after a self-confessed former townie took a milking job, the now Manawatū farmer joins CRV as its new AB service manager.
What started as a hobby soon turned into a profitable venture for Waipukurau farmers.
The ban on live cattle exports has given some farmers a much-needed boost.
Farmers face increasing pressure to find homes for calves because of new requirements around non-replacement calves needing a useful life.
Informing New Zealand Beef seeking bulls for the next mating season.
Efficiency will be the key to finding solutions for emissions and other environmental challenges facing the dairy industry.
It is so hugely linked to the profitability of your farming operation that simply looking at a value like empty rate does not scratch the surface.
The Auckland BioSciences facility is producing sterile sera to bespoke specifications for markets that may not have sterilisation capabilities.
Annual results shows profit ticking up on somewhat lower underlying earnings.
Clover and endophyte products in development alongside HME ryegrass.
Having a speckled coat is no guarantee that the cattlebeast is a fast-growing, well-marbled, sweet-tempered Speckle Park.
With GM often being more about politics than productivity, should we really be betting on a monoculture?
Scientists disappointed that latest softening of anti-GM stance doesn’t go beyond human health research.
LIC and CRV question need for a new index as mooted by DairyNZ.
Easing of restrictions on gene editing would improve NZ’s global competitiveness.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand welcomed National's policy, saying it aligns with its own position.
A key issue around all of this is allowing more trials to happen out in the field as opposed to the lab.
Protect NZ’s advantage as a non-GMO producer says lobbyist.
Technology is a safe and effective way to meet urgent need for low emission products, says an AgResearch expert in the field.
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.
Eventual eating experience must inform every step of the way – What’s the Beef roadshow.