Grass-fed steak with a side of environmental enhancement?
Consumers are to be asked what attributes in beef and lamb are important to them in their purchase decisions in a research project.
B+LNZ and MIA concerned by UK media reports of a EU-UK deal on WTO quotas
B+LNZ and the New Zealand MIA are concerned by reports that the EU and UK have reached a “deal” to split the EU’s WTO tariff rate quotas following Brexit.
Farmers with top flock production win Westpac Bayleys Marlborough Sheep & Beef Farmer of the Year
Lower Awatere Valley breeding and finishing farmers have won the Westpac Bayleys Marlborough Sheep & Beef Farmer of the Year competition.
Sheep and beef farm profits to improve as industry stabilises
As the 2017-18 meat export season begins, B+LNZ’s New Season Outlook 2017-18 report forecasts beef and lamb prices to remain similar to the previous season.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand unveils plans for 'Future Farm' to promote excellence in sector
B+LNZ is to establish a “Future Farm” to trial new technologies and farm systems.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand and Meat Industry Association Welcome Mandate for TPP11
Beef + Lamb New Zealand and the Meat Industry Association are right behind the Government’s continued efforts to bring the Trans-Pacific Partnership 11 into effect.
Farming leaders pledge action on rivers
In a first for the country, farming leaders have pledged to work together to help make New Zealand’s rivers swimmable for future generations.
New Zealand’s beef cattle herd continues to grow
During the past year, NZ’s beef cattle herd increased by 2.8% – to 3.6 million head – while the decline in the sheep flock slowed sharply.
Farmers welcome support to improve environment
The Government’s announcement of $44 million to support freshwater improvement projects is welcomed by B+LNZ.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand appoints Independent Director
Beef + Lamb New Zealand has appointed Melissa Clark-Reynolds ONZM as the first Independent Director to its board.
Alternative proteins the focus of Beef + Lamb New Zealand project
Beef + Lamb New Zealand is leading a project to assess potential red meat sector responses to alternative protein advances.