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Proceedings of a seminar on wool marketing in the 1980s : held at Lincoln College, 21 October 1976
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit, 1976-10)
When this Seminar was announced there were some raised eyebrows and the question was asked: Why hold a Seminar on wool marketing when the price of wool has never been higher? There are a number of good answers to such a ...
Location of farm advisory officers in New Zealand : an application of facility location analysis
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1975-10)
This study is concerned with the problem of providing farm advisory services to New Zealand farmers. Its aim is to determine a number of acceptable sets of locations for farm advisory officers, who are employed by the ...
New Zealand, The Ten, and future market strategies
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1972-04)
Britain, along with Ireland, Denmark and Norway will become a full member or the European Economic Community (EC) in January 1973. Thus the original signatories of the Treaty of Rome of 1957 (France, West Germany, Italy, ...
The wool acquisition controversy
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1974-03)
The most controversial topic in the wool industry over the last 5-10 years has been marketing reform, in particular the question of wool acquisition. Briefly, acquisition means the setting up by legislation of an authority ...