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Higher intensity, higher profit? Empirical evidence from dairy farming in New Zealand
(Wiley on behalf of the Agricultural Economics Society, 2018-09)
Over the last two decades there have been significant and well-documented changes in the nature and structure of New Zealand dairy production. One particular feature has been a marked shift in the ‘input intensity’ of dairy ...
Stocking rate and dairy production in New Zealand: An analysis of the UQR model with fixed effects
This paper analyzes the effects of stocking rate on dairy production, using New Zealand dairy farm business data for the period 2005-2014. Unlike previous studies that assume a homogenous relationship between stocking rate ...