Deer Industry Conference 2017
The Path to 2020
Our work plans for the next five years have been finalised. Find out what this means for deer farmers and those who market our products
Deer Industry News Issue 83
• What to expect from new velvet handling requirements
• Clayton Station Regional Workshop
• John Spiers Farewelled - friends, colleagues pay tribute
2017 Deer Industry Environment Awards
Awards will be annouced at this year's Deer Industry Conference
Regional Workshop Calendar
Come and hear what Advance Party groups near you have been working on over the past year
MSD Deer Industry Photo Competition 2017
Winners will be annouced at this year's Deer Industry Conference
Photo by Emma Coutts People's Choice 2016.
farmersweekly.co.nz, 18 May 2017
Rules excluding dairy cows and pigs from all waterways due to come in to force on July 1 have been delayed until later in the year. A Ministry for the Environment spokeswoman said the Government was still consulting on its Clean Water package. “Submis...
stuff.co.nz, 18 May 2017
Extra funding for farmers impacted by the November earthquake is "peanuts" and will not cover the damage, a farmer says. Six months on from the disaster and it has been announced Marlborough, Kaikoura and Hurunui farmers will share in a $5...
Interest.co.nz, 09 May 2017
LAMB Schedules continue to rise, and now some processors are paying $6/kg CWT that is nearly 17% higher than it was in early February. Many ewe flocks up north are easing into their early winter rotation while southern farmers are mating...
New Zealand Herald, 08 May 2017
Southland's economy is highly reliant on the agriculture sector, and any changes to the sector are going to affect the region's economy. That is the take-home message of the Southland Economic Project's agriculture and forestry report released...