SPACES ARE FULL. If you register now, you will be on the waitlist and we will be in touch if a space becomes available. More info deernz.org/next-gen-2018
Next Generation 2018 - 12/13th Sept, Waikato
2018 Environmental Management Code of Practice
The Code has had extensive input from deer farmers and experienced consultants and provides farm and in-paddock scale practices for deer farmers to complete Farm Environment Plans required by local authority regulation.
2018 Deer Industry Conference Proceedings
Videos from this year's conference arte now online to view.
Deer Industry Regional Workshops
Come and hear what Advance Party groups near you have been working on over the past year
Feed Cost Comparer
Is it better value to feed peas or silage? What's the cents per mj/me of oats?
- P2P Regional Workshops
- Advance Party National Workshop report
- Velvet markets - East meets West at exciting "New Origin"...
DEEResearch's Annual report for the year 1 July 2016 - 30 June 2017. Contains financial information and details of research investments including...
Rural Life, 26 September 2018
An Otago Polytechnic agriculture student is now more clued up about the deer industry after her recent trip with the future deer farmers experience.
Country Life, 21 September 2018
Deer Industry New Zealand's Tony Pearse has recently returned from the 7th World Deer Congress in Russia and says Russia is turning its attention to high-end velvet products for the tourist market.
Rural Life, 19 September 2018
Southern Rural Life reporter Yvonne O’Hara asked DairyNZ, Beef + Lamb New Zealand and Deer Industry New Zealand for their thoughts about the new animal welfare regulations, which will be in place on October 1.
The Country, 18 September 2018
New Zealand's pioneering deer milk industry has received a further boost by being named a finalist in this year's New Zealand Food Awards.
Pamu, the brand for Landcorp Farming, is a finalist in both the primary sector award and the novel food and beverage award.
Farmers Weekly, 14 September 2018
The chilled venison season in Europe has closed with market volumes stable on last year.
But Deer Industry New Zealand (DINZ) venison marketing manager Nick Taylor warns there are challenges to be addressed.
The hot European summer proved a stumbling block with fewer people dining out in stuffy restaurants and looking ahead cultural changes in eating will increasingly influence the market.