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Japanese agricultural policy development : implications for New Zealand
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1981-07)
Agricultural policy in Japan has played an important role in limiting New Zealand's exports of agricultural products to that country. While there have been many specific changes in the policy over the last two decades, ...
Dynamics of herd buildup in commercial deer production
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1984-05)
The study described in this report is valuable in that it explains, in economic terms, the high prices currently being paid for live deer in New Zealand. While there continues to be uncertainty associated with deer velvet ...
Economic factors affecting wheat areas within New Zealand
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit, 1979-12)
A stated objective of the current Government's wheat policy is that New Zealand should be self sufficient in the production of wheat. A means by which this could be achieved is through changes in the announced price for ...
The New Zealand sheepmeat industry and the role of the New Zealand Meat Producers’ Board
(Lincoln College. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit., 1988-03)
The past five years have seen substantial change in the New Zealand meat industry. Control of marketing of New Zealand meat by the Meat Producers' Board led to changing roles for many companies and for the Board itself. ...
The pastoral livestock sector and the supplementary minimum price policy
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1983-09)
The Supplementary Minimum Price policy has been a major topic of debate in the past few years, but there have been relatively few attempts to quantify the impacts that the scheme has had on the agricultural sector. Although ...