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Emissions pricing: Deer farmers' voices needed

As Deer Industry NZ (DINZ) prepares a submission on the government’s new farm-level pricing scheme for agricultural greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, deer farmers’ voices are needed. DINZ chair Mandy Bell says there are opportunities to work with other sectors and government to “ensure the inevitable cost of GHG pricing is manageable”, that those with no way to sequester or mitigate are provided some relief, “and that decisions about the farming industry are taken by people with experience on and knowledge of the sector.”

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Nature’s Superpower™: Leap to a new dimension for deer products

New Zealand deer products are taking a leap to a new dimension with the roll out of a new way of telling the deer farming story. Nature’s Superpower™ has been developed by DINZ to help the sector tell a consistent story about New Zealand’s venison and velvet products. Canterbury deer farmer Graham Peck has welcomed the “very professional” initiative.

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GHG pricing options must improve

Two weeks have passed since the New Zealand government opened consultation on its proposals for this country’s new world-first, farm-level emissions pricing system. DINZ has “deep concern” about the proposals’ impact on deer farming viability as they stand.

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Deer Industry News Issue 115 Oct-Nov 2022

Next Generation: Striding to the future | Tech Workshop: Venison and velvet market updates; winter feeding; genetics progress | Game season: Berlin embassy hosts NZ venison show; fine food days; strong chilled demand | He Waka Eke Noa: How DINZ is putting the case for the deer industry while govt response awaited

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