2014

Young Farmer of Year joins Northland farmer council

17 December 2014

Young Farmer of the Year David Kidd is one of several new faces elected to represent his peers on his regional B+LNZ farmer council.

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Meet the World Young Shepherds Challenge best female competitor

17 December 2014

We catch up with one of the young Kiwis Beef + Lamb New Zealand sponsored to compete in the World Young Shepherds Challenge in France earlier this year.

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Promotions boost beef sales

16 December 2014

Two campaigns in Taiwan highlight how Beef + Lamb New Zealand works with local restaurant chains to keep grass-fed New Zealand beef in the public eye.

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Fodder beet finishing cattle before second winter

11 December 2014

North Otago farmer Geoff Mavor says fodder beet is a game changer for his business, allowing cattle to be finished before a second winter.

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Free agribusiness training for sheep and beef farmers

27 November 2014

Beef + Lamb New Zealand has teamed up with Open Polytechnic to provide specialist agribusiness training to support improvements in on-farm productivity.

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Popular LEP workshops back in 2015

19 November 2014

Beef + Lamb New Zealand is running another series of free land and environment planning workshops throughout the country in the new year.

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Kirsten Bryant

Impact of farming goes beyond dollars

19 November 2014

What farmers do goes far deeper than a number on the bottom line, says Kirsten Bryant.

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Profit in splitting lambs by gender

11 November 2014

When it comes to finishing and processing lambs, there is money to be made in treating male and female lambs differently.

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Dan Steele

Nuffield scholar with a vision for New Zealand

5 November 2014

Nuffield scholar Dan Steele believes New Zealand's future lies in creating a niche positioning and targeting high-value markets.

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biocontrol

Party time for clover root weevil

5 November 2014

Spring is party time for the clover root weevil and farmers in the south are queuing up to get one step ahead of the pest, as it creeps on to their farms.

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