Access to agronomy for pastoral farmers in New Zealand
Pastoral Farmers in New Zealand are renowned for their expertise and ability to grow grass and to convert that to meat and milk more efficiently than anyone else. This may well be the case although how near that is to the economic optimum is what this project aims to find out. The perception is that although good on a world scale at maximising pastoral production and efficiency, that New Zealand can do a lot better.
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