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Links to ODPG- related articles, videos and radio programmes.

Please note that some information is available to members of ODPG only. If you wish to become a member, please check our Membership page for information on how to join.

AN INTRODUCTION TO ODPG

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The Organic Dairy & Pastoral Group of New Zealand offer straight forward farmer advice and experience backed up by academic knowledge on how to run organic pastoral farms efficiently, profitably and caringly. We have a network of dozens of successful organic farmers willing to provide mentoring and workshops on what they have learned and how they farm.

Here is a short film about our organisation.

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VIDEOS

Several of our workshops and lectures have been filmed so that we can share them with our wider membership. To join ODPG and view all our resources, please visit our Membership page.

CURRENT VIDEOS AVAILABLE

Why Organic Dairying – Phyllis Tichinin (48 mins)

‘How to Maximise Plant Uptake of Nutrients’ – Graham Shepherd (1 hr 20 mins)

‘Healthy Soil. Healthy Cow’ with Dr Paul Dettloff (1 hr 40 mins)

‘Reading the Hair. Signs of a Healthy Cow’ with Dr Paul Dettloff (41 mins)

Click on the images below to view our videos on YouTube.

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RECOMMENDED VIEWING

‘The Regenerators: A Better Way to Farm’ by Greenpeace NZ

An inspirational short film showcasing New Zealand farmers leading the way with regenerative techniques to save our rivers from pollution and contamination. The Regenerators is a short doco by Greenpeace about these ecological pioneers restoring their soils, protecting waterways and farming for the future.

Click the image below to view on YouTube.

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ORGANIC VET, DR PAUL DETTLOFF VISITS NEW ZEALAND

The Organic Dairy and Pastoral Group, together with True Health NZ, hosted a series of successful workshops with Dr Paul Dettloff, the consulting vet for the largest organic milk cooperative in the USA with 1,700 dairy farms.

Click here to hear an interview with Dr Paul on RadioNZ

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