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B+LNZ scholar Sam Pike reflects on his internship experience and how it opened his eyes to the variety of career opportunities available within the agricultural industry.
Entries are now open for the 2017 Beef + Lamb New Zealand Steak of Origin competition.
B+LNZ's new marketing strategy will tell the story about the farmers behind the product, as well as the quality, nutritional value and food safety that underpins our red meat industry, says Bill Wright.
Farmers in areas that have been very dry need to be on the lookout for internal parasite infestations in the wake of the recent rain.
The producer of New Zealand’s most consistently tender and tasty lamb in the last 10 years was announced at the Beef + Lamb New Zealand Golden Lamb Awards 2017, aka the 'Glammies'.
Drought-breaking rain has many farmers breathing a sigh of relief – but it is too early to put the supplementary feed away just yet.
Phil Smith reflects on the importance of telling the New Zealand red meat story and how B+LNZ's recently launched marketing strategy will do that.
High demand should not discourage farmers wanting to protect special areas of private land from seeking advice about covenants from the QEII National Trust, trust Chief Executive Mike Jebson says. The organisation is still available to help with advice and guidance.
Timely rain combined with careful grazing management has allowed for good seed-set in both subterranean and white clovers on Hamish and Annabel Craw’s Banks Peninsula farm this summer.
This year, many B+LNZ Farm Safety Management System workshops and other events will include free Stay Well health checks for farmers.