Research findings

Every year Beef + Lamb New Zealand invests farmer levies in research and development that increases productivity on sheep and beef farms. Here you’ll find in-depth reports from our research projects, and briefs to help you apply the findings on your farm.


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2014 - Archived research and development briefs

Date published 25 August, 2014

These R&D briefs have been 'retired' and removed from the website, but can be emailed on request.

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Animal Welfare (Dogs) Code of Welfare

Date published 26 June, 2010

Code of welfare relating to dogs.

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Benefits-of-dairy-farms-using-better-beef-genetics-fact sheet

Date published 1 September, 2016

This Dairy Beef Integration project compared the use of Ezicalve (high estimated breeding values for calving ease and live weight) to unrecorded Hereford sires on a dairy farm and assessed the impacts on mating, calving, calf rearing and beef finishing. Using beef sires with high EBVs had benefits for both dairy and beef farmers.

ID number Fact sheet 116

Breeding for reduced worm drench requirements in sheep

Date published 1 April, 1999

This project looks at the feasibility and implications of breeding for worm resilience in lambs.

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ID number R&D Brief 34

Breeding sheep with resistance to nematode infection

Date published 1 April, 1999

This project finds it’s possible to select for resistance to nematode infection, but that most gains are made when you use performance records and index selection.

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ID number R&D Brief 33
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