Posts tagged "Deer Industry New Zealand"

Methane targets will challenge sector – analyst

[03 June/Rural Life] Achieving proposed methane targets under the Government’s Zero Carbon Bill by 2050 will require changes to future farming practices, Rabobank’s Animal Protein and Sustainability Analyst Blake Holgate reports. Targets released by the Zero Carbon Bill were absolute reduction targets and would not be able to be offset through the planting of trees....

Spring peak in venison price expected

[27 February/Otago Daily Times] Deer farmers can expect to return to a normal pattern of seasonal demand this year, when venison schedule prices peak in spring. Dan Coup, Chief Executive of Deer Industry New Zealand (DINZ) reports that the spring premium rewarded farmers who were able to carry finishing deer through the winter for processing...

Deer velvet deal signed with South Korean corporation

[15 November/Radio New Zealand] South Korea’s largest pharmaceutical company, Yuhan Corporation, signed a deal to launch a range of New Zealand deer velvet products. Yuhan Corporation signed a memorandum of understanding with Deer Industry New Zealand, and entered agreements with AgResearch and Alpine Deer Group. The pharmaceutical company plans to develop health food products and...

Farmer groups looking at more biosecurity influence

 [26 October/Stuff] Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) along with DairyNZ and Deer Industry New Zealand will meet with farmers to discuss signing the Government Industry Agreement for Biosecurity Readiness and Response Deed (GIA). The GIA would give the sector more responsibility in biosecurity, led by the Government. B+LNZ chief executive Sam McIvor said the...

Venison approaches record prices as US appetite grows

[18 August/Stuff: NZ Farmer] New Zealand venison prices are approaching record levels on the back of continuing demand from the North American market. Prices are up 17% on last year at more than $9 per kilo, with Deer Industry New Zealand Passion to Profit PGP manager, Innes Moffat, noting that the farmers are benefiting from...