1 September 2015

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 by 2025. 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 announced as one of two new partners for Dairy Women's Network

    Dairy Women’s Network is thrilled to welcome two new partners aboard to assist the Network in offering education and support to dairy farming women.

  • Strategies to manage low pasture cover

    Many farms are running with lower than target average pasture covers (APC) for this time of the year. The months of June and July were certainly cooler than normal and so pasture growth rates have not been where we would normally be.

  • Top bull picks for season

    LIC’s bull acquisition team share their top picks of the bulls that will be available this spring across the Jersey, Holstein-Friesian and KiwiCross breeds.

  • LIC full year result

    Total LIC revenue for the year ended 31 May was $232 million, a 10 percent increase on the previous year. Core technology and infrastructure investment had an impact on net profit, down $4.4 million on the previous year to $13.7 million.

  • More days in milk worth $11 million

    Short gestation dairy genetics is expected to generate more than $11 million in extra milk production for New Zealand farmers this spring.

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Annual General Meeting

The LIC Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday 20th October 2015 at Hotel Ashburton, 11 Racecourse Road, Ashburton.

Meeting registration commences at 2.30pm. The meeting will run from 3.30pm - 5.30pm.

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