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May 2019 Edition
7 May 2019
Farmers are preparing for winter grazing and Moving day. OSPRI has launched a new online tool which enables land users to monitor the status of TBfree aerial pest control operations. In the first of a new series, meet the OSPRI contact centre team.
Graziers and farmers - a key relationship around NAIT
3 May 2019
Waikato dairy farmer Phil Van Heuven is preparing to send his livestock off-farm for winter grazing. He values his relationship with his graziers and says it is vital for ensuring livestock traceability.
Meet the OSPRI Contact Centre Team
3 May 2019
OSPRI’s Contact Centre team are the heartbeat of the organisation. They are the first voice most farmers and PICAs will hear when they call our 0800 Iine. Meet Caleb Mitchell, one of our longest standing operators.
New long-term study shows kiwi thrive after 1080 drops
24 April 2019
Kiwi chicks in a North Island forest are more likely to survive following aerial 1080 to control pests a newly published long-term study shows
Work ongoing to enhance traceability framework
17 April 2019
Read OSPRI's media statement following the Government's announcement on planned changes to the NAIT system.
OSPRI tool updates TBfree aerial 1080 operation status
12 April 2019
April 2019 Edition
8 April 2019
Our new CEO Stephen Stuart opens the April edition. Lifestylers and part-time farmers are warned about their NAIT obligations. Its been a busy period in the regions with OSPRI present at field days.
NAIT re-registration video for farmers and PICAs
2 April 2019
OSPRI has launched a new NAIT video to help farmers and PICAs with updating their NAIT accounts. We have also published a comprehensive guide which is print-friendly.
Part-time farmers and lifestylers must register in NAIT
29 March 2019
Updating your contact details and declaring all farm locations in NAIT is the primary purpose for NAIT registration and this is mandatory for all farmers, PICAs (persons in charge of animals) including lifestylers.
Survey of Molesworth Station deer numbers
27 March 2019