The Youth Handlers and Youth Show have been moved to Tuesday evening the 26th to accommodate the All-Breeds classes on Thursday.
The NZDE has released the dates for the 11th Show – 27th & 28th January 2021.
A message to past and future exhibitors The NZ Dairy Event Committee wishes to inform that it has started preparations for the NZDE 2020 event (29th – 31st January 2020). In mid-2018 the NZDE cancelled the 2019 show due to the uncertainty of running cattle events as a result of the Mycoplasma bovis outbreak throughout […]
Documents, Guidance and Fact Sheets can be found here: https://www.biosecurity.govt.nz/protection-and-response/mycoplasma-bovis/resources-for-mycoplasma-bovis/documents-guidance-and-fact-sheets/
The NZ Dairy Event 2018 is still on for all North Island Exhibitors. The Manfeild Agri-Centre is being prepared for the 10th Anniversary Event starting Wednesday 31st January 2018.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) and its dairy industry partners have decided to extend the current Mycoplasma bovis milk testing underway in Canterbury, Otago and Southland into a national milk surveillance programme. While there is no indication that the disease is present beyond the areas currently identified, checking for other possible regional clusters is […]
Changes from the previous update. There are many new subscribers to the stakeholder update today as news of the new infected properties circulated through communities. Please share this update widely and encourage people to subscribe to the update. What can farmers do to protect their farms? Keep your NAIT movements up-to-date and accurate. All farmers […]
APB Electrical – Basic Portable Appliance Testing or PAT test Portable appliance testing (PAT test) requires visual inspection, various electrical tests with a portable appliance tester/PAT test equipment, and tagging. Appliances used in all New Zealand businesses are required by OSH and electrical regulations to be tested according to the AS/NZS 3760 standard. This requires […]
Sharpen your judging skills by entering your breed society’s junior judging competition, and you could find yourself competing in the 2018 All Breeds Junior Judging Competition! Competitors must be 30 years of age or under as at 1 October each year and can only win the title once. Competitors judge a class of four, five, […]