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Do runoffs pay?
(Lincoln University. Department of Agricultural Management and Property Studies, 2006)
One of the ongoing debates amongst farmers and consultants is whether runoffs pay. Last summer Brendan Richards, as part of his Master of Applied Science studies at Lincoln University, decided to get some numbers on what ...
New Zealand's dairy opportunities in China
(NZ Institute of Primary Industry Management (NZIPIM) Inc, 2013-09)
Increasing demand from China for internationally sourced milk powder has, in recent years, been underpinning prices for New Zealand dairy products. China is now by far the most important destination for these products. ...
Dairy companies, co-operatives and transvestites
(South Island Dairy Event (SIDE), 2010-06)
There are three types of business structure in dairy processing and marketing: investor oriented companies (hereafter called IOFs), co-operative companies, and a range of structures that are not quite one thing or the ...
Dairy industry strategy and structure as New Zealand takes on the world
(NZ Institute of Primary Industry Management (NZIPIM), 2008)
This paper is written at a time (February 2008) when the New Zealand dairy industry has been debating significant structural change. In part this is because in November 2007 the dominant Fonterra Co-operative announced ...
Dairy farming with reduced inductions
(South Island Dairy Event (SIDE)., 2011-06)
The New Zealand (NZ) dairy industry is reliant on seasonal pasture production and a concentrated calving interval to best match pasture supply and animal demand. To achieve this goal, some farmers induce lactation in late ...