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Centre of Excellence in Farm Business Management

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Centre of Excellence in Farm Business Management

 

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  • Hurley, E.; Trafford, Guy M.; Dooley, E.; Anderson, W. (Centre of Excellence in Farm Business Management, [s.l.], 2013-07)
    This study evaluated the usefulness and efficacy of linear programming (LP) models, and the Grazing Systems Ltd (GSL) model in particular. The GSL model was selected because it is the only LP model available for use in the ...
  • Gray, D. I.; Kemp, E.; Wood, B.; Westbrooke, Victoria (Centre of Excellence in Farm Business Management, [s.l.], 2016-04)
    DairyNZ have developed a training programme to improve the capability of novice consultants and this is being tested across seven consultancy firms. One important source of knowledge that would be useful for this training ...
  • Gray, D.; Kemp, E.; Reid, J.; Westbrooke, Victoria (Centre of Excellence in Farm Business Management, [s.l.], 2014-09)
    There is concern in the farm management consultancy field about the aging population of consultants and the lack of succession planning. One of the factors constraining the employment of new consultants is the time and ...
  • Westbrooke, Victoria; Gray, D.; Kemp, E. (Centre of Excellence in Farm Business Management, 2017-11)
    Developing a new farm consultant from the start of their career through to an expert takes considerable time, money and resources. To make the process more efficient DairyNZ has developed a training program for new consultants ...
  • Westbrooke, Victoria (Centre of Excellence in Farm Business Management, [s.l.], 2013-11)
    In the last thirty years the size of the average New Zealand dairy herd has almost tripled (Dairy Statistics, 2013). Despite this growth, 36% of herds are considered small with less than 250 cows. It is important to develop ...

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