The nation’s fight against bovine tuberculosis (TB) is in capable hands, delegates learned at the TBfree New Zealand Young Farmers annual conference in Dunedin.
The TBfree New Zealand Young Farmers 2012 National Conference gets underway in Dunedin on May 24th - 27th. The Conference runs alongside the National Bank Young Farmer Contest and is a chance for Young Farmers to put their skills to the test and their Club’s reputation on the line in a series of competitions.
The Primary Industry Capability Alliance (PICA) was officially launched in Wellington last night.
If you're a NZYF Member then Dunedin's the place to be from May 24th to 27th this year. As per usual an action packed week has been planned for the TBfree New Zealand Young Farmers National Conference.
A total of 2450 cattle and deer herds across the central North Island have had their bovine tuberculosis (TB) movement control restrictions or testing requirements reduced.
It's been a tough year for the people of Christchurch, but proving that their plight is not forgotten, New Zealand Young Farmers recently made a donation to an organisation that has proved a great source of help to many after the earthquakes that changed the face of Christchurch.
Twenty-two young people from sheep producing countries around the world will be vying for top honours at the first-ever World Young Shepherds Challenge (also known as World Ovinpiades) in Oamaru early next month.
Young Farmers to grow mo's for Movember
New Zealand’s rural sector is the backbone of our economy, yet rural New Zealand as a place to live is in decline. Every day 50 new Aucklanders take up residence, but in the rest of the country we face declining populations and the reduced spending on infrastructure that follows. New Zealand has a rich and varied landscape, from ocean to lake, from mountain to plateau, yet for some reason we end up living in the city.
New NAIT mandatory tagging date has been announced as the 1st July 2012.