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Who makes the decisions on New Zealand farms?
(NZ Institute of Primary Industry Management Inc, 2014-12)
To work with farmers in improving their decision-making and financial situation it is important to have information about the on-farm help used in making farm decisions, as well as the off-farm help which farmers use. To ...
Case study analysis on supplier commitment to added value agri-food supply chains in New Zealand
This research identifies what attracts suppliers to be committed to long-term relationships in New Zealand agri-food supply chains where suppliers are required to consistently deliver to high product specifications. It ...
Collaboration, cooperation and power in food supply chains
This research develops an integrated framework of long-term agri-food supply chain partnerships and the cooperation and collaboration this requires. It builds on existing frameworks within the economic, managerial and ...
Tractor replacement policies and cost minimisation
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1983-11)
Calculating the most appropriate replacement policy for farm tractors is a complex exercise made even more difficult because of inadequate data on how resale values and repair costs vary with tractor age and hours of ...
Governance on New Zealand farms
(NZ Institute of Primary Industry Management, 2015-09)
Farms in New Zealand continue to increase in value and output. With this increase many consultants and professionals are questioning whether traditional ownership and governance models continue to be suitable. To form the ...
Results from a 2015 survey of NZ farm managers/owners covering debt and related issues designed to explore the impact of debt
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce, 2017-06)
With increasing debt levels across primary production businesses it is important to have contemporary knowledge of the levels of debt on NZ farms, including both past and present levels, but more importantly, have information ...