Now showing items 1-5 of 5
Economic aspects of agricultural education and training in New Zealand
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1985-07)
In view of the rapid growth of agricultural education and training and the amount of Government funding involved, it is questioned whether the system inherited from the past is equipped to serve the best interests of the ...
The future of the Common Agricultural Policy and its implications for New Zealand
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1984-06)
The development and continued viability of the New Zealand economy is based on the competitiveness of the agricultural sector and the opportunities for sales of its output on the main world markets for food. This ...
The current situation and policies of the New Zealand cereals sector
(Lincoln College (University of Canterbury). Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1984-12)
In New Zealand's agricultural sector, the dominant position of pastoral enterprises has resulted in relatively little importance being attached to the production of arable crops. At times of strong demand and remunerative ...
The current situation and future development of the New Zealand pig industry
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1985-03)
Although in the past pig production has been an important export industry, today it is only concerned with the domestic market. It is an industry which has not benefitted from direct government subvention, as has been ...
The New Zealand farm business and the current changes in its structure
(Agricultural Economics Research Unit, Lincoln College., 1984-10)
Farming is an industry which depends on the work, decisions and competence of a large number of individual farmers, each of them running their own farm business. These business units vary widely in the resources at their ...