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Dairying in Japan and the benefits of adopting New Zealand pasture grazing techniques
(Lincoln College. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit., 1987-04)
This discussion paper describes the dairy farming situation, the changing domestic demand and the changes in imports of dairy products that Japan is experiencing. Some of the problems the dairy farming industry is facing ...
Red deer : the economic valuation
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1987-01)
With the current downturn in traditional livestock farming investment New Zealand a great deal of interest is being shown in diversification. It is becoming increasing apparent that few options are open to many farmers. ...
Papers presented at the New Zealand Branch, Australian Agricultural Economics Society Conference, Blenheim, July 1987
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1987-07)
The themes for the 1987 Conference of the New Zealand Branch of the Australian Agricultural Economics Society were Future Fiscal Directions, Trade Negotiation, and State Owned Enterprises. This discussion paper includes ...
Rural New Zealand : what next?
(Lincoln College. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit., 1987)
This book is about what might lie ahead for rural New Zealand - its people, its resources and its institutions. In discussing issues and events surrounding people who produce, process and market New Zealand's food and ...
Economic evaluation of Matua prairie grass as a pasture species on Canterbury sheep farms
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1987-09)
Matua prairie grass could play a significant role on Canterbury pastoral farms as a perennial greenfeed. It should not be seen as a substitute for ryegrass/white clover pastures or for lucerne stands but rather as a ...