The LIC Board (NZX: LIC) (LIC) has released its proposal to simplify LIC’s share structure by bringing the farmer-owned co-operative’s existing two classes of shares together into a single class.
The busy calving period is well and truly wrapped up for most dairy farms.
Livestock Improvement Corporation (NZX: LIC) announces its half-year financial results for the six months to 30 November 2017.
More than 1000 delegates from around the world will travel to New Zealand to take part in three prestigious animal recording and genetics conferences in February.
The equivalent of currency for cows will be updated in February to better reflect the industry’s focus on efficient, high quality milk production.
Livestock Improvement Corporation (LIC) announce the launch of an innovative satellite technology called SPACE (Satellite Pasture and Cover Evaluation).
Over the 12 months to June 2017, the average dairy cow produced more litres of milk containing more kilograms of milksolids than ever before.
LIC has confirmed its artificial breeding bulls are free from the Mycoplasma bovis cattle disease.
New Zealand dairy farmers have a global edge in terms of productivity and profitability, but the industry needs to remain ambitious about keeping that edge against the best in the world.
New herd reproduction data released by LIC shows good news for the industry and some areas of opportunity for the upcoming mating period.
Some of the country’s top Jersey genetics from a joint breeding programme between LIC and Jersey NZ are now available to farmers.
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