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A postal survey of the opinions of a group of Farm Management Society members on incentives and obstacles to increasing farm output
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1976-03)
Following a postal sample survey of sheep farmer attitudes to incentives and obstacles to increasing farm output and other agricultural policy issues in November 1975 a postal survey of a group of members of the New Zealand ...
Trends in the terms of exchange and productivity in the New Zealand dairy industry
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1970-06)
This paper sets out the available information on price trends facing the dairy industry since 1948/49, and some estimates of productivity increases over the same period. The general aim of the paper is to ascertain how the ...
Trends in rural land prices in New Zealand 1954-1969
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1971)
This paper examines post-war trends in rural land prices. New Zealand has a freehold system of land tenure and a land registration system based on the Torrens system first used in South Australia. As a result, reliable ...
New Zealand agriculture and oil price increases
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1979)
This paper is based on the assumptions that world oil resources are finite and that world oil production will peak sometime in the 1980s or 1990s (Hughes & Mesarovic 1978 : 139). Such a scenario is now widely accepted ...
Proceedings of a seminar / workshop on the New Zealand goat industry held at Lincoln College, 3-4 July 1979
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit, 1979-08)
The organisation of a goat industry seminar and workshop at Lincoln College falls in line with the College's general support for innovation in the New Zealand farming industry. The seminar and workshop were held at the ...
Survey of New Zealand farmer intentions, expectations and opinions, April-May, 1977
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1977-11)
This survey is the first in a series of New Zealand Farmer Intentions and Opinions. All have been aimed at providing policy makers and those in the agri-business sector in New Zealand with data on which they can formulate ...