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Low methane-emitting sheep a reality in New Zealand

New Zealand farmers are the first in the world with the ability to breed low methane-emitting sheep.

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Intensive Winter Grazing 2021 rules clarified

B+LNZ is working with central Government and regional councils to find practical solutions to several aspects of the recently released Essential Freshwater regulations, particularly those relating to winter grazing.

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Updated winter crop paddock selection resources released

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Federated Farmers backs plan to reduce on-farm emissions by 2025

Waikato's drought declaration is putting further heat on farmers to show how they're going to reduce their emissions as the Government prepares to set the country's Emissions Trading Scheme regulations by mid-2020.

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Partnership boosts biodiversity on farms

The Hawke’s Bay Regional Council has joined forces with the Queen Elizabeth II National Trust (QEII) to provide landowners with financial incentives and on-farm support to protect and enhance areas with biodiversity values on their farms.

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Government seeks farmer feedback on low-slope map inaccuracies

The Ministry for the Environment (MfE) is seeking farmer feedback on the anomalies identified in the low-slope map which is at the heart of stock exclusion regulations, particularly relating to sheep and beef farms.

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