Proceedings of the 1983 Hill and High Country Seminar, Lincoln College, 10-11 May 1983
The proceedings include the full text of the following papers: J. B. Dent & James Stewart, Farming without SMP’s; J. G. Bayley, Farming without SMP’s; I. G. C. Kerr, Production, performance and prospects in the high country; A. G. Sinclair and P. D. McIntosh, Soils and fertilisers for pasture production in the South Island hill and high country; G. G. Cossens, The effect of altitude on pasture production in South Island hill and high country; J. L. Daniell, How I manage my fertiliser programme; A. Kane, How I handle my fertiliser programme; J. E. Radclzffe, Fodder trees - an option for dry hill country; B. J. Wills, Forage plants for the semi-arid high country and rangelands of New Zealand; A. H. Ensor, The management and profitability of a prolific flock; T. Wallis, Is it too late to start deer farming?; L. S. Saunders, Ewes or wethers?; J. W. Edmonds, Going into forestry; G. R. Hampton, Mixing farming and forestry; N. S. Percival & R. L. Knowles, Agroforestry research; J. M. Aitken, Farming and forestry on North Island east coast hill country; E. R. H. Garden, Diversification - that means farm forestry too!; T. A. Roberts, Rural fire insurance; J. G. Groome, Planning for profitable marketing of trees; Ian Donald, Financing farming and forestry into the nineties; K. Whiteside, Commentary; D. G. Reynolds, Where do we go from here?... [Show full abstract]
Keywordshill farming; pasture production; high country; fertiliser programme; forage plants; agroforestry; diversification
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