B+LNZ has lodged a submission with the Climate Change Commission on its draft advice to Government, which you can read online. During the consultation period we also developed a range of resources.ACCESS THE SUBMISSION AND RESOURCES HERE
We’ve launched a new website about 必威手机下载版 ’s beef and lamb story. It’s all about bringing some balance to conversations about the production and consumption of red meat.LEARN MORE about www.makingmeatbetter.nz
Following a challenging year, B+LNZ's Mid-Season Update highlights the resilience of NZ’s red meat sector as solid market fundamentals continue to support global demand.Read Mid-Season Update 2020–21
Waikato-based AgFirst consultant Bob Thomson shares his advice on putting together a feed plan when feed resources are tight and some practical tips for managing feed in drought conditions.View advice and support
B+LNZ is proud to launch the organisation’s new industry Awards that will be a celebration of the people, the science and the technologies that make our red meat sector world leading.LEARN MORE
Visit the betway account - it gives you access to a range of fact sheets, tools and calculators designed to help you run a successful farm operation.
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Are you wondering what the recent proposed changes to Otago’s water and waste plans might mean for you? Are you thinking about making a submission?Get involved
This programme is designed to nurture, assist and encourage the current and future farmers within our sector. Applications have been extended over the Easter weekend and close Tuesday 5 April 2021.
The annual B+LNZ AgInnovation Conference focuses on delivering new knowledge through a strong line-up of presenters and topics focused on new innovative solutions, business diversification, agricultural research, and global trends.
This promises to be a great day out observing farming in Hikurangi.
Join Laurie Copland in exploring the options for carbon on farms, the right trees in the right place and the hill country planting funds available in Northland.
FarmSmart aims to provide you with tools and ideas to help build confidence in your business.
Since November 2020 in a project funded by the Our Land and Water National Science Challenge, farmers within the Nguturoa Catchment near Linton have been studying stream health, greenhouse gas and farm management issues.
The workshop will cover how careful planning for winter allows you to winter animals in a way that ensures they are well fed and in good health, and manages the environmental impacts.
Join Southern Texel Breeders for a visual hands-on assessment of sheep constitution to optimise meat production and flock replacement selection.
This conference has a plethora of NZ experts speaking to help increase profits from the use of new and existing technology.
These field days are aimed at giving you the tools to take control of your business including maximising on farm production, business planning and management skills, and helping you get the most out of yourself and your staff.