Beef + Lamb New Zealand extends its support of B+LNZ Genetics
After four years of operation and a series of successful milestones, Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) has extended its support of wholly-owned subsidiary B+LNZ Genetics beyond its initial five-year funding programme.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand Chairman James Parsons not seeking re-election
James Parsons, Chairman of Beef + Lamb New Zealand, announced today he will not be seeking re-election in the organisation’s director elections in March.
North Island leaders up for Australasian agri-business award
Three diverse and inspirational young agribusiness leaders have been selected from across Australasia as finalists for the 2018 Zanda McDonald Award.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand invites director nominations and remits/resolutions for Annual Meeting
B+LNZ today announced nominations have opened for two B+LNZ director roles and one position on its Directors’ Independent Remuneration Committee (DIRC).
Red Meat sector welcomes TPP deal and its significant boost to regional growth
B+LNZ and the Meat Industry Association welcome the announcement a deal has been struck to move ahead with the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, which is now called the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).
International Beef Alliance Statement
B+LNZ welcomes the International Beef Alliance’s commitment to trade reform and liberalisation, sustainable beef production and ensuring confidence amongst global beef consumers following another successful conference.
Consultation launched on Government Industry Agreement for biosecurity
Sheep and beef farmers are being encouraged to have their say on a proposal to give the sector a direct say in readiness and response to biosecurity threats.
Grass-fed steak with a side of environmental enhancement?
Consumers are to be asked what attributes in beef and lamb are important to them in their purchase decisions in a research project.
B+LNZ and MIA concerned by UK media reports of a EU-UK deal on WTO quotas
B+LNZ and the New Zealand MIA are concerned by reports that the EU and UK have reached a “deal” to split the EU’s WTO tariff rate quotas following Brexit.
Farmers with top flock production win Westpac Bayleys Marlborough Sheep & Beef Farmer of the Year
Lower Awatere Valley breeding and finishing farmers have won the Westpac Bayleys Marlborough Sheep & Beef Farmer of the Year competition.
Sheep and beef farm profits to improve as industry stabilises
As the 2017-18 meat export season begins, B+LNZ’s New Season Outlook 2017-18 report forecasts beef and lamb prices to remain similar to the previous season.