The deer market is achieving well at the moment, New Zealand Deer Farmers Association chairman John Somerville says.
Now results from the first cohort of the Beef + Lamb New Zealand Genetics Beef Progeny Test have been released, researchers will begin collecting data for the next stages of the project, including...
Developments in the United States market have the potential to impact New Zealand beef producers in the second half of the year, a new industry report says.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand (BLNZ) is ''on a mission'' to continuously improve its Land and Environment Plan (LEP) programme as a key part of implementing its environment strategy, which was released...
Beef + Lamb New Zealand (BLNZ) central South Island extension manager Laura Lake held her 11th farmer Land and Environment Plan workshop this year and intends to run another four in the region...
Two new projects to help sheep farmers make better breeding decisions will be launched later this year, while a third will be available next year.
Beef + Lamb NZ's board is proceeding with a proposed increase in sheepmeat and beef levies, saying there was "clear support" from farmers.
Federated Farmers is calling the animal advocacy group SAFE a group of "vegan fundamentalists" after the publication of drone footage of feedlots in South Canterbury.
Alliance Group is under fire over a decision to bring in 100 overseas workers for its Southland plants.
Procurement competition is expected to continue to put some upward pressure on lamb prices this month.
A decision has been made to drop the annual Beef + Lamb New Zealand (BLNZ) Sheep Industry Awards for a year.
Beef numbers are up in the lower south, despite the outbreak of Mycoplasma bovis in the past 12 months.
Virgin Australia has taken a not-so-subtle dig at rival airline Air New Zealand by launching a campaign to find New Zealand's ``finest meat supplier''.
People have been up in arms about a meat-free burger recently but is a plant-based diet the way to a healthier body and planet?
The volume of farm sales is down, both quarterly and annually, largely due to fewer sales of arable and grazing properties, and monthly prices eased overall by 17.1% in June.
With a relatively new farming business, Dunback couple Scott and Nadine Tomlinson were keen to surround themselves with some key people.
Having been involved with two livestock disease outbreaks during his career in the primary industries, Sam McIvor has discovered one thing — the importance of industry working alongside Government.