Our latest news and blog posts about current industry trends.
Our latest news and blog posts about current industry trends.
Apiculture New Zealand Conference 2017
What’s on your table tonight?
The brave new world of meat and milk
AbacusBio New Zealand Maternal Worth Award Winners 2017
Big data is always hungry for more
Eating quality fundamental role in NZ story
Forging research between NZ and Canada
Managing your farm resources
Staying ahead of the compliance curve
AbacusBio is opening new Edinburgh Office
Adobe executives share insights
Stanford graduate offers new perspectives
It's time for wool to come out of the shadows
Technology provides solutions - but has limits, too
Better feed efficiency through genetics
Consultant receives career grant
Farm succession planning
Sport a learning ground for life
Performance recording and genotyping reap benefits
Predictions for future cattle performance bring benefits
Drones to be part of NZ farming
Driving good water management practices on New Zealand farms
Fodder beet as a milking supplement
What we take for granted is being reinvented
$60k profit from 3000 commercial ewes?
Genetically guided nutrition is on its way
Important to be candid in the workplace
Harnessing energy of a new generation
Seeking ewe efficiency
The true measure of a flock
Superior genetic gain can help the bottom line for farmers
How to get people to lovely towns like Gore?
Farmers - act now to protect your water rights
Not-so-impossible burger is in our farming future
Pokemon lesson for farming
AbacusBio hosts 3 Minute Thesis Competition
How much harm can a bad boss do?
Africa should be large part of NZ's future plans
Forging global links to bridge science and business
Science needs politicians, consumers, engineers...
Peter Fennessy wins ODT Community Science Award
Drone technology pays off for farmers
Ag@Otago driving agricultural research
The rise of the Maori economy
Appointment of AGMARDT's Associate Board Member
Developing future leaders in farming
Proud to be a patriot?
High fertility bulls can double impact in low fertility herds
The X-perience factor
Land use changes... and back again
We're now on Facebook!
The science behind tastier beef
Focus on eating quality as a brand attribute
Genetic diversity and tasty tomatoes
Curiosity will transform agriculture
Inspiring women to challenge assumptions
Setting targets with deer growth curves
Hill country needs investment
Greater investment into R&D needed
AbacusBio celebrates decade of excellence
Diversity has to be more than a box ticking exercise
What really needs to change
Masters student says Dunedin internship ‘cool’
Supporting our future scientists
Changing seasons and facing up to new challenges
Genetics and breeding
When food rules your world...
Come hell or high water
Walking the fine line of humility
Interns bring diversity to AbacusBio's research
Investment into Dunedin
Finding her niche
The future of land ownership
FAO report discusses needs and challenges for animal genetics
IT project a win-win for students and AbacusBio
Building strong food brands – from a European perspective
A smarter tool for monitoring accuracy of genetic evaluation
New mobile application to assist in feedlot cattle selection
Deer industry pushes for growth
Exploring cow longevity in New Zealand
Meet Russell Welsh's new friend – a drone
PhD student improving honeybee breeding
PKE guidelines hard for farmers to swallow
Intern bridges work between Brazil and NZ
What is our brand for Otago?
Spreading gift of clear communication
Proposed genetics hub to transform Northern Ireland's livestock sectors
Is it too late for a satisfying career in agricultural research in NZ?
Growing opportunities in the nutraceutical sector
AbacusBio is now on Twitter!
Genetics conference brings AbacusBio to global stage
Official start of new PGP lamb programme
The growth part of China's sheep industry
Trust in a vision for agriculture
Demo farm conference 2015 offers new insights
A letter to NZ immigrants
The simple things in life
Building more resilient farms
Value of genetics shared with students
What lies ahead for sheep milking?
AbacusBio takes NZ animal genetics to the world
The quiet revolution
Blazing a career path for students
Crafting our products for the future
What technologies could really sink us?
Time to be 'cocky'
New face of business in the digital world
Getting the deer industry on the front foot
The growing opportunity of agri-tech exports
Science solution to reduce methane
Adding value to AbacusBio's growth
Authenticity the new brand-essential
Origin Green as a national brand for Ireland
Lifting New Zealand products out of the commodity trap
Avoid back pocket pain
Keep investing, don't be scared
New boss hungry for answers
Which way will Dunedin go?
NZ King Salmon success to feature at symposium
Keeping up-to-date on genomics
Meet our summer 15 interns!
Step one can be as simple as making a plan
All go for healthier lamb with new PGP programme
Healthier meat from pasture-fed animals
The art of effective communication
Birds of a feather lose money together
Global perspective will help NZ agribusinesses grow
Lavender teddy bears, who would have thought?
Nitrogen fertilisers: when a booster becomes a maintenance thing
Genomics goes big for Irish beef industry
Improve your bottom line from high-quality pasture
Agricultural opportunities in China
Change of leadership
Don't miss out on QAS 2015
Rural women, underestimate them at your peril!
Growing Dunedin Partnership Launch of Black Book
Reviewing genomic technologies for better gains in the UK
The power of influence
Exciting times ahead for agriculture
Focusing on core business or diversification?
Lamb tail length: no long-term effect on growth rate
The complete combo
New Zealand as a good country
Measuring returns from R&D investment
High sugar ryegrass improves lamb performance
When science becomes business
May the genes be with you
World Genetics Conference 2018 to be held in Auckland
Global knowledge and learning to be shared with agribusinesses
Sexy Summer Jobs is back for the 2014/15 season
Opportunities and challenges for improving OAD response
When is a commodity not a commodity?
Including lactose in payout has no value impact
A new soon-to-be dairy index
AbacusBio to assist in DIGAD's development and operation
Understand your nutrient budget
WCGALP 2014 conference
What is the real cost of fraud?
Collaborate to innovate
Dr Neville Jopson wins sheep industry science award
IoD cocktail function and site visit to AbacusBio
4th Red Meat Sector Conference 2014
Farmers set the bar even higher
Lower milk payout: What now?
Creating the "buy local" feel all over the world
Environmental and scientific challenges
Neural ballet, the art of success
Goats conference fosters sector growth
Pace of change in Chinese agriculture
Are "cull" cows worthy of valuable supplements?
No complacency on corruption
How can dairy farmers be green without going red?
AbacusBio PhD student recipient of the Brenda Shore Award
NIR technology improves selection for desirable traits in salmon
Planets aligning for our sheep industry
New Zealand, a place where talent wants to live
Partnering with European experts key to improving dairy cow fertility
Canadian beef industry project with a touch of kiwi
Project explores the potential of EID
Sheep breeding experts head for the hills
Imbalance of women in leadership positions
Tim Byrne shares benefits of workplace PhD study
Australian interest in on-farm drone
Do shorn lambs grow faster than woolly lambs?
Summer interns made their mark
Dunedin, a great place for business?
What does your job look like without agriculture?
Armidale animal breeding summer course 2014
Alliance Group and M&S launch research project
New partnership's genetic research
$15M investment in sheep and beef genetics
Globalisation-not as we know it
AbacusBio sponsors Polytechnic BIT Awards
Top of the South for Farmax consultancy
Sheep Breeders' Day a "fantastic initiative"
Award for Peter Fennessy
Early research into high sugar ryegrass suggests positive lamb performance
Early findings on tail docking trial revealed
Dr Anna Campbell visits CAAS
Dairy education tour to Canada (part 1)
NZ "should welcome Chinese funds"
Demand for New Zealand know-how in Latin America
Great Scot: healthy, fresh milk!
Genetic modification going bananas
Food, the new global currency