The build up to moving day and the day itself is a massive event on the farming calendar. Local farmers have shared some of their tips that maybe helpful.
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The National Animal Welfare Advisory Committee (NAWAC) has reviewed the Code of Welfare for Dairy Cattle. It determined the code requires amendments to incorporate:
advances in animal welfare science
updates to dairy cattle farming systems and management practices
changing views and expectations by the New Zealand public.
NAWAC is seeking...
Drought conditions affecting the primary sector in the Waikato and South Auckland were today classified as a medium-scale adverse event, enabling a package of support for farmers and growers.
If Ruapehu erupts, what are the potential volcanic hazards it would generate, and how far might they travel?
The nationwide test of Emergency Mobile Alert will take place on Sunday 22 May 2022 between 6pm and 7pm.
The nationwide test of the Emergency Mobile Alert system is a necessary part of making sure the system works well.
The New Zealand Dairy industry is desperate for more workers this season.
Tim Mackle from DairyNZ spoke to Seven Sharp about why you should go dairying.
Feed Coordiantion Service - April 2022