Past Proceedings





2013

1.1 BUSINESS GOVERNANCE FOR DAIRY FARMING

1.2 DairyNZ’s QuickPlan- turning dreams into reality

1.2bens planning wheel 2013

1.3 STOCKING RATE- MORE IS NOT ALWAYS BETTER.

1.4 Stress free calf rearing requires good herd health, Bas Schouten

1.5 Gas guzzlers or Fuel-efficient hybrids. Feed Conversion Efficiency in today’s dairy cow

1.6 Nitrogen Leaching

1.7 Efficient milking in herringbone and rotary dairiesv4

2.1 Passing it to the next generation

2.2 Boosting the bottom line David Chapman

2.3 Efficient milking in herringbone and rotary dairies

2.3 Efficient milking in herringbone and rotary dairiesv4

2.4 Pass the milk please

2.5 Simple systems to make life easier

2.6 Understanding Financial Statements and Business Structures

3.1 How to Run a Successful Business Meeting

3.2 Managing People Easy Peasy – “Being organised and making use of tools”

3.3 Is mowing cutting management

3.4 ON FARM TECHNOLOGIES – AN INVESTMENT FOR THE FUTURE OR JUST ANOTHER COST

3.5 AUTUMN AND WINTER FEED MANAGEMENT FOR OPTIMUM BODY CONDITION SCORE GAIN

3.6 Application of Lean Thinking for NZ Dairy Farms

3.7 Lee Astridge No8HR – 3S Leadership paper

4 6 part 1 Farm environmental planning – policy into action(2)

4.1 DairyNZ’s QuickPlan- turning dreams into reality

4.2 Overseer 6 NZs best top model

4.3 Youngstock – an investment that lasts a lifetime

4.5 Every Drop Counts

4.6 FARM ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING – POLICY INTO ACTION

5.1 SPOTLIGHT ON COW NUTRITION reviewed JG

5 1 SPOTLIGHT ON COW NUTRITION reviewed JG Vs2

5.2 REDUCING LAMENESS ONE STEP AT A TIME- A CASE STUDY

5.3 COMING TO A CATCHMENT NEAR YOU

5.4 Up Skilling Our Managers in Farm Financials

5.5 InCalf Getting cows in quicker

5.6 Don’t treat your soils like dirt

5.6 New graph

5.7 Side Keeping the cows flowing Final


2012

1.1 Plan for Success- turning your dreams into reality

1.3 The perfect cow_ Presentation Notes_No Pictures

1.4 Stress free calf rearing requires good herd health, Bas Schouten

1.5 SIDE article JB 26Apr2012_JB 15May2012

1.5 SIDE Chapman et al Summer dry v5ed 17May2012

1.6 Quick fix N solutions

2.1  Wintering system performance 21 May final

2.2 Progression Pathway Paper 260412

2.3 water quality management otago side paper susie mckeague

2.4 Taking pride in you environment

2.4 Taking pride in your farm environment

2.5 SIDE Burke  Williams 2012 paper

2.6 Employment Law- are you up to date

3.1 Awareness for Work – Behavioural Risk Management – Alcohol and Drugs 8.6.12

3.1 How to ensure a drug and alcohol free workplace

3.1 Matt Beattie Bio session

3.1

3.2 Man vs Machine 2012_Final

3.3 SIDE Fatigue presentation paper ve 4F

3.4 Health and Safety – are you up to date

3.5 Value of herd – Final

3.6 Managing People Easy Peasy Draft paper

4.1 PAPER – JOHN BENEFIELD – MAY 2012

4.2 SIDE 2012 Financial costs 21 May final

4.3 Changing New Zealand dairy farm systems

4.4 Why testing bulls for fertility

4.5 Mineral Supplementation

4.6 SIDE Chapman et al Summer dry v5ed 17May2012

5.1 PART 2  plan for  success, bens planning wheel

5.1 Plan for Success- turning your dreams into reality

5.2 FERTILISER INNOVATIONS TO IMPROVE EFFICIENCY Final

5.3 -COMING TO A CATCHMENT NEAR YOU word doc May 2012

5.4 Feeding the modern dairy cow – is pasture still enough

5.5 Management of herd mating and reproduction with minimal intervention

5.6 Response to grain supplementation on NZ pasture based systems-4April2012

BusinessSIDE P2 NZ’s drinking problem

BusinessSIDE P3 Global Dairy Outlook – Show me the money






2007

Capturing on-farm innovation to work smarter not harder

Clean  green and profitable

Dairybase Online  on time and on track

Developing an effective management plan for meeting target levels of reproductive performance

Developing and implementing strategy with the example of dairy holdings

Employment agreements and good employment practices

Extending lactation to 670 days

Fertility in New Zealand dairy herds

Getting started – 1st $50 000

Heifer mastitis

Heifers; The dollars and sense of rearing them well

Immigration – Find and keep the skilled migrants you need

Interactive feed wedge workshop

Investing outside dairying

Irrigation efficiencies

Lameness Healthy hoof project on farm

Lincoln University Dairy Farm

Milk production  body condition score and reproduction responses to supplementation in grazing dariy cows

Nutrient management on the LUDF; Nutrient budgeting for efficient production

Operating the dariy farm business for profit

Palm kernel  grain or silage

Pasture monitoring technologies

Performance management

Practical tips on managing staff from different cultures

Setting the standards so today’s staff are with us tomorrow

Successful reproductive performance with nil inductions

The South Island Dairy Lameness Group

What is the best career progression option; Equity manager or 50-50 sharemilking

What lies ahead – looking at costs and sustainability for the future

What makes a successful farmer – a wife

When starting a business  what can you do to keep an accountant happy

Whole farm manual

Working smarter not harder in the dairy shed