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  • Title: Welcome to the NZ Large Herds Association and NZ Dairy Business Conference website
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. Conference.. Speakers.. Field Visits.. Gala Dinner.. Previous Events.. Photo gallery.. About.. History.. Membership.. Life members.. Young Scientists.. Contact.. News.. WELCOME.. The dairy industry is a powerhouse of the New Zealand economy, with a total value of $10 billion dollars in 2010-11 making it the country s biggest export earner.. The NZLHA are an organisation of forward thinking dairy farmers who actively seek out ways to grow this important sector of the economy.. As NZ dairy farmers, we have superior know how compared to our counterparts across the world - our focus is on exploring innovative ways of capitalising  ...   and seeking opportunity, the NZLHA welcome all dairy farmers large and small to participate in our annual conference, the NZ Dairy Business Conference.. Join us.. NEXT EVENT.. NOTICE OF AGM.. The.. New Zealand Dairy Business Conference.. is not being held in 2013 but we wish to invite you to our AGM.. Date:.. 14 March 2013.. Venue:.. Novotel Queenstown.. Time:.. 10am.. Learn more.. BE INFORMED.. Subscribe to our email mailing list and be kept informed on everything about the next event.. Name:.. Email:.. Organized by.. Premier Sponsor.. Key Sponsors.. Supported by.. 2011 New Zealand Large Herds Association Ltd.. All rights reserved..

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  • Title: NZLHA & ALTUM present the NZ Dairy Business Conference
    Descriptive info: Conference 2012.. Introduction.. Previous conference highlights.. Footage courtesy of.. Country 99TV.. Turbo-charge your knowledge.. Our 43rd annual conference was held in Palmerston North 27-29 March 2012.. Over 200 delegates joined us for NZ s premier dairy business event, as we explored ways of harnessing our knowledge across the dairy sector and taking it to the world.. Set in NZ s Knowledge City, the event offered the opportunity to hear from experts in farm governance, succession planning, and 3D Hollywood effects! Delegates also visited the world class facilities at Fonterras Dairy Reseach Centre.. Next - Speakers..

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  • Title: NZ Dairy Business Conference 2012 - Speakers
    Descriptive info: SPEAKERS.. Tim Alpe - Jucy.. The man who aims to turn Jucy into an international travel brand, Jucy CEO, Tim Alpe is well on his way to building one of Australasia s fastest growing independent tourism companies.. Tim was recently named the 2010 New Zealand Ernst Young Entrepreneur of the Year.. He is a director of JUCY Group Limited, Cruize Milford Limited and Cityhop Limited.. Since JUCY s 2001 launch, JUCY s vehicle fleet has grown to 2,500 cars and campavans, rental branches in eight locations around New Zealand and Australia, a JUCY Hotel in Auckland, JUCY Cruize Milford Sound and JUCY By Design, a campervan manufacturing company just north of Auckland.. The next plan is to launch more hotels and look at other tourist attractions that can be JUCYfied.. Tim believes his love for JUCY is the reason for his success and continued motivation.. I love that we have created something from scratch that now has over 160 staff and is used by over 150,000 people each year.. I still get excited each time I see one of our cars or campervans on the road, or when I see people s eyes light up when they walk into the JUCY Hotel.. Rod Oram.. Rod Oram has more than 30 years experience as an international business journalist.. He has worked for various publications in Europe and North America, including the Financial Times of London.. Rod and his family emigrated from the UK to New Zealand in 1997.. He is currently a columnist for the Sunday Star-Times; a regular broadcaster on radio and television; and a frequent public speaker on business, economics, innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship, in both NZ and global contexts.. For more than a decade, Rod has been helping fast-growing New Zealand companies through his involvement with The ICEHOUSE, the entrepreneurship centre at the University of Auckland s Business School.. Penguin published in 2007 his book on the New Zealand economy, Reinventing Paradise.. He was named the Landcorp Agricultural Communicator of the Year for 2009.. Last year, Rod was the winner in the individual category in the 2010 Vero Excellence in Business Support Awards and was Columnist of the Year in the consumer category in the national magazine awards for his columns in Good, a consumer sustainability magazine.. James Lockhart.. James was appointed Director of the Graduate School of Business, Massey University in August 2005 and subsequently to the role of Associate Pro Vice-Chancellor (Executive Education).. In that capacity Massey University delivered high-end programmes into organisations including Fonterra, COMU (the Crown Ownership Monitoring Unit), ANZ/National Bank of New Zealand, Horticulture New Zealand, and BusinessNZ.. James is now the College s Executive Education Consultant, and a Senior Lecturer in the School of Management teaching and researching in strategy and governance.. James has extensive business consulting and executive business development experience in both New Zealand and abroad.. He has taught strategy and governance on the MBA and DBA.. He has published on doctoral education, strategy, governance, corporate failures, and assessing strategic performance and presented research papers on governance in Canada, Australia, United States of America, Great Britain, Poland, France, and New Zealand.. In addition to his academic and business achievements James served for thirteen years as a Territorial Force Officer in the Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment.. In that capacity he travelled to South East Asia and Australia, attended Staff College at Fort Frontenac, Ontario, and was a senior instructor at the New Zealand Army s Staff and Tactical School, Waiouru.. He has been the convenor judge of the Wanganui, Manawatu and Rangitikei business award programmes, from which judging methodologies have been adopted elsewhere.. James has held several professional directorships (TH Enterprises, Greenlea Group, Henergy Cage-Free, Heritage Farms, Sirdar Global Group Vision Manawatu).. James farms with his family north of Feilding.. John Kelly Nicholls.. John and his wife Kelly currently own 5 irrigated dairy units producing just over 1.. 5 million kgs of milk solids with two properties in the Wairarapa and three in mid  ...   of having $1 million dollars within a 10 year timeframe.. They are currently 50% equity partners in an 800 cow farm, 50/50 sharemilkers on two farms, and parents to four children.. Ben is a former president of Young Farmers, and with wife Nicky won the sharemilker of the year in 2008.. Ben will talk about business growth, values and philosophies from his perspective, the importance of setting goals, participating in the industry and the decisions that have seen Ben and Nicky grow their business into what it is today.. Adrian Foster.. Head of Financial Markets Research, Asia-Pacific, Rabobank International.. Based in Hong Kong, Dr.. Foster analyzes major developments in the Asia-Pacific region.. Dr.. Foster has 15 years of experience working as an economist and strategist in the public and financial sectors.. Before joining Rabobank, Dr.. Foster was an Economics Lecturer at the University of Technology Sydney.. Prior to that, Dr.. Foster worked at Dresdner Kleinwort as an FX strategist, working full-time in their Singapore, London and Beijing offices at different times since 2003.. This included a period as Global Head of G10 FX Strategy.. Foster has also worked at Nomura Securities, ANZ Bank and Lloyds Bank as senior economist with a major focus on Asian financial markets.. He started his career at the Australian government s Treasury Department.. Foster holds a PhD in Economics from the University of New South Wales.. The dissertation topic of his PhD program considered the merits of various regions around the world sharing a common currency.. He holds a Bachelor of Economics degree with First Class Honours from the University of Queensland.. Foster has completed certificated studies in Mandarin Chinese at Fudan University, Shanghai, P.. R.. C.. Paul Humphries.. Managing Director, Humphries Construction.. With more than 25 years experience, including project management, construction and development, there s not a building project Paul wouldn t tackle headfirst.. His drive and enthusiasm for the industry in which he works is relentless, and has been paramount to the success of the company.. Not afraid of a lot of hard work, Humphries growth is due to the innovation and skill of its management team, the staff it employs, and it s real kiwi go ahead and conquer attitude.. Excellence in construction is what is to be achieved in every instance, and from the testimonials of the long list that have worked with the company, it is consistently achieved.. Dave Gougé.. Dave Gougé is Head of Marketing at Weta Digital, one of the world s premier visual effects studios based in Wellington, best known for its Oscar-winning work on The Lord of the Rings trilogy, King Kong and Avatar.. He leads integrated global PR and marketing efforts that extend Weta Digital s reputation for creativity and innovative technology.. Dave s expertise is go-to-market strategy within the technology and entertainment markets.. At Autodesk he built the brand strategy for the entertainment market overseeing a portfolio of over 20 brands and was responsible for a number of successful programs that helped establish their leadership profile in both the Games and Film industries.. Dave has also consulted for a number of companies with promising technology and entertainment offerings including those in the Mobile and App market space.. Paul Brislen.. Paul Brislen stepped into the role of chief executive of the Telecommunications Users Association of NZ in early 2011.. Since then he s battled mobile termination rates, the threat of a 10-year regulatory holiday under UFB, international mobile roaming rates and copyright legislation whilst keeping a watching brief on the UFB and RBI rollout, spectrum auctions, content debates and the ultimate aim - a faster, smarter, more connected New Zealand.. A journalist by trade, past roles include head of corporate communications at Vodafone NZ as well as the editorial spot at ComputerworldNZ.. A regular radio and TV technology and telecommunications commentator Paul is known for his brickbats and bouquets approach to keeping the telco industry honest, his trademark Converse boots and Doctor Who fixation.. Next - Field Visits..

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  • Title: NZ Dairy Business Conference 2012 - Field Visits
    Descriptive info: Held in the.. Knowledge City of NZ.. , Palmerston North, the 2012 event made the most of its surroundings with the Fonterra Research Centre making a rare decision to open its doors to conference delegates.. Fonterra Research Centre.. The centre is the largest dairy research facility in the world, employing over one hundred world class scientists and housing one of the largest registered dairy pilot plants in the world.. Delegates were exposed to the cutting edge of dairy innovation and research, and heard about the processes and the people behind them, which combined help New Zealand lead the way in dairy innovation.. AgResearch.. AgResearch's science activities are critical in ensuring the prosperity, security and sustainability of New Zealand's pastoral and agri-food sectors.. This visit looked at how scientific and technological opportunities are identified, and then turned into tangible benefits for the dairy sector.. Topics covered include.. Endophyte technology and genetic gain in forages - Dr David Hume.. Improving genetic merit of the feed base - Brent Barrett.. Everything you didn't want to know about drenches -  ...   many opportunities in terms of systems, management and production changes.. There are currently five dairy units totalling around 3700 cows, producing just under 1.. 5 million milk solids.. This operation is considered the jewel in the crown of the Landcorp dairy portfolio.. Landcorp have done significant work in gathering and collating on farm data, which is analysed and used to guide strategic and tactical on farm decisions.. Particular areas of focus have been in pasture productivity, supplementary feeding, and on farm management.. Delegates on the farm tour were able to see and hear about the changes to the farm systems and the positive impacts these have had on the operations.. Massey University.. Reducing the environmental footprint on dairy farms is becoming an issue for the future.. Massey University researchers have been conducting research in this area and presented results from their latest research into using duration controlled grazing and effluent management to achieve reduction goals.. Professor Mike Hedley and Associate Professor Dave Horne, along with James Hanly and Christine Christensen discussed their results.. Next - Gala Dinner..

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  • Title: NZ Dairy Business Conference 2012 - Gala Dinner
    Descriptive info: The Gala Dinner, sponsored by.. Altum.. , provided the perfect atmosphere to mix and mingle with like minded peers and industry professionals.. Presentations were made to the winners of the young scientist competition, and Phil Butler, Michelle Carroll and the local organising committee were thanked for their part in bringing the conference together.. This  ...   Henwood, and dancing into the night with local band T.. O.. M.. Steve Taylor from Altum congratulates Jeremy O'Reilly, winner of the Young Scientist Competition.. Steve Taylor thanks Michelle Carroll, secretary and key driver of the local committee.. Comdeian Dai Henwood intreperts a picture drawn by our Sponsor Co-ordinator Robyn Clarke.. Next - Previous Events..

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  • Title: NZ Dairy Business Conference - Previous Events
    Descriptive info: Download a copy of our previous conference reports to give you an idea of the depth and coverage of our conferences.. 2009 Conference Proceedings (PDF 5.. 4mb).. 2010 Conference Proceedings (PDF 4.. 6mb).. Next - Photo gallery..

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  • Title: NZ Dairy Business Conference - Event Photo Gallery
    Descriptive info: Previous Event Photo Gallery..

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  • Title: About
    Descriptive info: The NZ Large Herds Assocation (NZLHA) has a unique vitality generated by farmers who look for opportunities and benefits, rather than dwelling on problems.. Our main feature, hosted in association with.. , is the annual.. NZ Dairy Business Conference.. With a history stretching back 43 years, we pride ourselves on driving the NZ dairy industry to greater heights through a focus on innovation, excellence, and global opportunities.. Over the years the conference has done much to improve dairy farming in NZ.. Farmers who are motivated, are lateral thinkers and innovators, and as a result our conferences have become one of the liveliest forums in dairying in NZ today.. An up-to-date focus on industry opportunities and New Zealand’s place in the global market place are a feature of each conference.. NZLHA is also active in contributing to research within the industry and in  ...   a large herd of 300 cows or more.. The first conference was held at Whakatane in 1970 and since that time has become established as the premier dairy conference in this country.. With improved farm management techniques , advances in animal genetics, increased knowledge, greater efficiencies and sophisticated plant and equipment, the original large 300 cow herd has become much more common, and today a “large herd” is defined - for research purposes - as one of 700 cows or more.. The NZLHA welcome dairy farmers of all sizes to join us at our annual conference.. Membership of NZLHA is open to.. all.. dairy farmers.. A membership fee of $10 /person is payable and may be posted to the NZLHA Secretary.. If you wish to become a member of NZLHA, please click the link below and fill out and submit the membership form..

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  • Title: membership
    Descriptive info: Life Members.. Professor KL (Jock) Macmillan.. Jock Macmillan has conducted research wide ranging research on the reproductive performance of dairy cattle, mostly in New Zealand, but also in Australia and the USA.. He defined the management differences between year-round calving patterns and seasonal ones; commercialised the development of tailpainting; and developed the CIDR insert, in particular its use for treating anoestrus.. He was a Research Officer with the NZ Dairy Board from 1967 to 1977 before transferring to Ruakura, first with MAFFTech until 1988 and then with the DRC until 1997.. He has been the Dairy Australia Professor at the University of Melbourne since 1997.. He was awarded the CP McMeekan Memorial Award (1983), the International Dairy Production Award by the American Dairy Science Association (1991), Fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand (1995), Life Membership of the NZ Large Herds Association (1997), Honorary DSc by Massey University (2003) and Life Membership of the NZ Society of Animal Production (2004).. He held a Fulbright-Hayes Research Fellowship at the University of Florida in 1987/88.. The ISI Web has classified him as ranking in the leading 1% of the World’s animal scientists for the last 10 years based on his record of scientific publications and the frequency with which they are cited by other scientists.. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the international journal Animal Reproduction Science that is currently ranked second out of 45 research journals related to dairy, veterinary and animal sciences.. By contrast, he also writes regularly for dairy industry publications and had his own column in the Dairy Exporter (Breeding Briefs) for 25 years.. Thirty postgraduate students have conducted their research under his supervision.. Shelagh Bragg.. Shelagh first attended a Large Herds Conference in  ...   Secretary/Treasurer.. This position was to create continuity from year to year for our sponsors and to help organising committees with their planning and progress.. In 2000, the first International Large Herds Conference was staged in Christchurch where Shelagh had responsibility as Conference Secretary plus Conference and Sponsorship Co-ordinator, a role she repeated at a second International Conference in 2005.. Shelagh also represented the NZLHA on several agricultural based committees.. Shelagh has also been involved in Large Herd conferences in Australia and in South Africa where she was made a Life Member of the South African Large Herds Conference in 2003.. Join the committee.. We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to join our executive committee.. The executive is responsible for governance of the annual conference, providing guidance and mentoring to the local organising committee and setting the association strategy.. Those who express an interest in joining the committee will be invited to submit a one page profile outlining their personal background and experience in the dairy industry, and the skills and abilities they would bring to the role.. In return we offer the opportunity to broaden your skill base, and give back to our dairy industry.. To discuss this opportunity in more detail, please contact our Chairman Bryan Beeston on 027 478 9006 or any one of our committee members as listed on our.. contact page.. Become a member.. Download Application Form.. Young Dairy Scientist Communication Award.. NZLHA run a competition for young dairy scientists.. The emphasis for this competition is on COMMUNICATION.. Research plays a critical role in driving the NZ Dairy industry forward, however scientists are often criticised for not communicating the results of their research to herd owners in a readily understandable and usable form..

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  • Title: NZLHA Young Scientist Awards
    Descriptive info: This award will provide the finalist with a new “communication” experience.. Each one of them must take the skills that relate to communicating scientific information within the scientific community and adapt them to deliver the same scientific message but to the end user.. That end user will usually be a levy payer who likely funded the research that the young dairy scientists will describe.. The 2012 Palmerston North conference will be the fourth time that NZLHA delegates will see and hear from finalists competing for the Young Dairy Scientists Communication Award (YDSCA).. To enter scientists submit a conventionally written scientific abstract that allows the scientific merit of the research to be evaluated.. Once this is established they are advised to start all over again and forget about using technical jargon supported by statistical probabilities.. What will the finalists have to do?.. There are three sections to the competition.. The first is to make a 5 minute presentation at the annual conference.. The objective for this presentation is to promote delegate interest in the research that can be discussed in detail by visiting the presenter’s poster.. The presentation is followed by a single question that is asked by the chairperson.. The second discipline involves effective use  ...   “scientifically correct” but quite boring.. Who are the judges? All delegates can be judges!.. There are two panels of official judges.. The first is made up of conference delegates who will judge the oral presentation and the posters.. The second panel of five includes professional agricultural journalists, academics and research leaders.. They give each article “the third degree” as well as providing written feedback to each finalist.. Score sheets will be provided to be used by each panel.. Please participate and make this session a success for delegates and finalists by participating in the judging.. Completed score sheets can be left at the registration desk.. The final ranking and places are obtained by averaging each finalist’s score for each discipline and then adding up the three averages.. Prizes are awarded for first, second and third.. The rules for entry are quite simple.. An entrant must be less than 40 years of age on the date of their presentation and have completed their most recent qualification within the last five years or still be studying for a qualification.. They can be employed by a research organisation, commercial company, university or government agency as long as they are a resident in New Zealand at the time of entry..

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  • Title: NZ Large Herds Contact Info
    Descriptive info: NZLHA Executive.. NZLHA Executive Committee.. is responsible for operating the NZ Large Herds Association and appointing the Conference Organising Committee.. Bryan Beeston.. Chairman.. T +64 3 303 6145.. M +64 27 478 9006.. bryann.. beeston@gmail.. com.. Delwyn Oliver.. Secretary.. T +64 9 401 8836.. M +64 21 134 6041.. dandh_oliver@xtra.. co.. nz.. Brian Power.. T +64 7 308 4846.. M +64 27 478 7827.. brinhil@xtra.. Robyn Clarke.. T +64 3 225 8933.. M +64 27 220 8160.. wokatu@woosh.. Phil Butler.. T +64 27 600 5797.. phil.. b@dairyteam..

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