30 May 2016

Welcome to LIC

As a farmer owned co-operative, it's our vision to improve the prosperity and productivity of our farmers.

Our strategy, Toward 2025 presents our goal to deliver service and solutions to our farmers to enable LIC to be a $1 billion revenue co-operative. In reaching Toward 2025, LIC will empower farmers with the genetics and information needed to produce superior livestock, information to improve livestock performance, and the hardware and systems that will improve on farm productivity and decision making.  

Internationally, LIC will focus on growth in key markets adding value to our shareholders.

While we present a proud history of world and industry leading innovations in dairy genetics, farm information systems, herd testing, DNA technology and automation, the world does not stand still.

Our challenge is to develop innovative solutions to ensure that our farmers continue to enjoy a competitive edge.

It’s a challenge on which we thrive.

Latest News

  • LIC 2016 Governance and Representation Election Results

    At the close of a postal ballot (4pm Monday 23 May 2016) the following candidates for Directors, Shareholder Councillors and Shareholder Honoraria Committee were elected.

  • Johne’s disease solutions available

    Help is at hand for dairy farmers facing a problem with Johne’s disease in their cattle. LIC is reminding farmers of the options available from their herd improvement co-operative to help them manage the disease, including diagnostic testing and a comprehensive Johne’s disease management guide developed by experts.

  • LIC announces a shareholder roadshow to discuss a capital structure proposal

    Livestock Improvement Corporation (NZX:LIC) is to hold a series of shareholder meetings around the country, commencing 7 June in Gore, to discuss proposed changes to the co-operative’s capital structure

  • Zooming in on heat for herringbones

    Farmers who milk in herringbones now have an easy to use and high tech solution to accurately identify which of their cows are on heat.

  • DeLaval and LIC Automation announce cooperation

    Two of the major players in the NZ dairy industry have announced a collaboration agreement for the benefit of New Zealand dairy farmers. DeLaval and LIC Automation have been working closely together to develop an automated Body Condition Scoring (BCS) measurement system for NZ-bred dairy cows.


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