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The relationships between computer use and Canterbury dairy farmers' goals, personality traits and learning styles
(Lincoln University. Farm and Horticultural Management Group, 2001)
To help explain dairy farmers' use of software in managing farm information, farmers' goals, personality traits and Kolb's learning styles were included as independent variables in a model. The relationships were tested ...
Factors affecting Canterbury, New Zealand farmers' adoption and use of computerised information systems
(Lincoln University. Farm and Horticultural Management Group, 2001-07)
The aim of this study is to identify which factors have operated as adoption barriers to information innovations (computerised systems) in Canterbury (New Zeeland) daily farming. This study is a attempt to link the farm ...
The human face of once-a-day milking
(Lincoln University. Agriculture and Life Sciences Division, 2007-10)
This report concerns exactly what the title The Human Face of Once-a-Day Milking suggests: the impact of Once-a-day milking on farmers, their families and staff. It is a document about people: their needs, values, and the ...
Dairy farmers as employers in Canterbury
(Lincoln University. Farm and Horticultural Management Group, 2004-03)
This study establishes base data and determines the actual staff management practices followed by a sample of dairy farmers in Canterbury. A person-centred approach was followed in which respondents were simply asked what ...