Innovation, Best Practice and Sustainability in New Zealand’s Primary Sector
Leaft Foods create a plant-based protein for people and a co-product for stock.
A future-focused dairying approach with plantain at LUDF.
A flexible milking system improves life for farmers and cows.
Wheytech Bionics develop a new sweetener from a by-product of cheese-making.
Delivering milk in sustainable, reusable containers at Kaipaki Dairies.
AI software identifies lameness early in dairy cows.
Evaluating the banana plant as a supplementary summer feed for dairy cows.
A venture demonstrating the latest in good dairy farming practice.
Research programmes at the Southern Dairy Hub.
A return visit to the Hub to see progress after four years.
Carbon positive farming in Northland.
Hemp growing and cropping diversity at Balfour, Southland.
Methane reduction research takes another tack by targeting food supply to the rumen.
An award-winning farming family inspiring others with their environmental commitment.
Producing dairy, forestry and fruit produce
Award winning ice cream
Research to find agricultural greenhouse gas mitigation solutions
The dairy industry projects responding to a need for visible environmental best practice
A farm based meat, milk and eggs delivery service s
Farming skills for the intellectually disabled
Dairy farmer Tracy Brown and the Dairy Environment Leaders Programme
Environment leader John Hayward is promoting best dairy farming practices
Understanding dairy production systems on peat soils in Waikato
Creating a high value sustainable sheep dairy industry in New Zealand
A potential new use for milk protein
Discovering the many uses of Miscanthus grass at Lincoln University
A new sheep dairy operation at Waikino Station is producing milk for Maui Milk and new genetics for the dairy sheep industry in New Zealand
New technology reduces nitrogen losses from dairy farms
A young couple building a career in dairying for a Maori Incorporation in Canterbury
Dairy farmer Kevin Davidson has taken a biological approach to his farm system
DairyNZ is helping farmers to manage the threat of Mycoplasma bovis
A rural experience for urban teenagers introduces new career options
A visit to the Lincoln Foundation Farmer of the Year for 2017
An option for targeted monitoring of animal health.
The development of a genetic tool to reduce nitrogen leaching by dairy cows
Up-scaling research and development at Lincoln University’s Ashley Dene Station
Dairy grazing for improved profitability in Taranaki
A top dairy farmer in Manawatu provides genetics for LIC
Productivity gain in the national dairy herd remains the aim at LIC.
A fuel monitor system is developed for use in the milking shed.