The Government plans to eradicate mycoplasma bovis over 10 years, but will start by allowing mass stock movements from Friday that rely on a discredited tracking system, Thomas Coughlan reports for Newsroom.
Renew Energy Ltd chief executive David McGregor says the Chinese investor is "ready to go". The company behind a controversial plan to build a waste to energy plant on the West Coast has signed a $300 million deal with a Chinese investor writes Joanne Carrol for Stuff Businessday
Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) and the Meat Industry Association (MIA) welcome the start of the New Zealand-European Union Free Trade Agreement (FTA) negotiations following the agreement from all European Union Member States on the negotiating mandate.
New research by Victoria University of Wellington PhD student Melissa Welsh has the potential to transform New Zealand’s dairy industry by improving the traceability of products moving through the supply chain.
Cheesemakers are set to benefit from a more modern and common-sense approach to food safety regulation, says Food Safety Minister Damien O’Connor. Delighted to be a guest at The Great Eketahuna Cheese Festival today, Mr O’Connor launched the Food Safety Template for Cheesemakers – a tool to help cheesemakers producing cheese for New Zealand and Australia to meet food safety requirements.
Paperwork needed to finish a Saudi agrihub project was located more than three years after 900 pregnant ewes were flown from New Zealand writes NZHerald political reporter, Nicholas Jones ,in today's Herald.
Two researchers from the University of Canterbury and another from the Helmholtz Institute have developed machine-learning software that can predict how dangerous a particular strain of Salmonella will be, according to a paper published in PLOS Genetics this week [9 May NZ time].