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The assessment and potential for mitigation of phosphorus losses from Organic soils under intensive dairying
(Lincoln University, 2016)
The development of marginal land under Organic soils for intensive agricultural use is commonplace around the globe, being driven by population growth and the limited availability of alternative, highly productive soils. ...
What is New Zealand’s competitive advantage – efficient farming or customer value?
(New Zealand Institute of Primary Industry Management (NZIPIM), 2014-06)
For most of the last century New Zealand led the world in efficient agricultural production. This began in the late 1800s with exports of wool, meat and dairy products, and relied on a competitive advantage based on this ...
Factors associated with the development of effective experience in excellent managerial ability
(Lincoln University, 2013-07)
Modelling farmers’ managerial ability shows that farmers’ lessons from various forms of experience are by far the most significant factor in achieving high management skill. This begs the question of obtaining an understanding ...
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 ...