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Angus Kebbell talks with Grant Bunting of the Processor Working Group set up to help farmers work out their greenhouse gas footprint and build a plan to reduce it
2nd Aug 21, 9:19am
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Angus Kebbell talks with Grant Bunting of the Processor Working Group set up to help farmers work out their greenhouse gas footprint and build a plan to reduce it
Allan Barber says nothing will be easy for the foreseeable future for red meat processors, prices will struggle to match the last 12 months, but exporters know that tension in the China market means alternatives are crucial
1st Dec 20, 9:05am
Allan Barber says nothing will be easy for the foreseeable future for red meat processors, prices will struggle to match the last 12 months, but exporters know that tension in the China market means alternatives are crucial
Allan Barber reports on the impressive financial turnaround by Japanese-owned ANZCO over the past year, based on both internal restructuring and favourable markets
6th Jun 20, 9:30am
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Allan Barber reports on the impressive financial turnaround by Japanese-owned ANZCO over the past year, based on both internal restructuring and favourable markets
The pandemic shock to consumers is changing their meat buying habits very quickly and our processors are moving rapidly to respond to a significantly different 'new normal', reports Allan Barber
20th May 20, 10:12am
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The pandemic shock to consumers is changing their meat buying habits very quickly and our processors are moving rapidly to respond to a significantly different 'new normal', reports Allan Barber
Allan Barber sees a clear divide between meat processors who have and haven't taken the COVID-19 wage subsidy, one that comes down to philosophy as much as economics
6th May 20, 9:04am
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Allan Barber sees a clear divide between meat processors who have and haven't taken the COVID-19 wage subsidy, one that comes down to philosophy as much as economics
Allan Barber reports that from a successful long-term market building strategy, New Zealand lamb exports to the USA have now grown to exceed those to the UK
13th Nov 19, 9:42am
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Allan Barber reports that from a successful long-term market building strategy, New Zealand lamb exports to the USA have now grown to exceed those to the UK
Allan Barber assesses the long and short term risk factors for New Zealand from Brexit for meat exporters who must get on with winning orders and satisfying customer demand in Europe. China is the relief valve
19th Sep 19, 8:51am
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Allan Barber assesses the long and short term risk factors for New Zealand from Brexit for meat exporters who must get on with winning orders and satisfying customer demand in Europe. China is the relief valve
The key to preventing another loss at ANZCO is facing up to some hard choices, especially around overpaying for livestock, and keeping their unique distribution channels supplied with chilled and value-added product
9th Jul 19, 5:10pm
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The key to preventing another loss at ANZCO is facing up to some hard choices, especially around overpaying for livestock, and keeping their unique distribution channels supplied with chilled and value-added product
Almost half of all farms are in the Farm Assurance Programme, with early signs both farmers and processors are pleased with the rollout. The project is an essential tool in support of Taste Pure Nature
28th Feb 19, 10:04am
Almost half of all farms are in the Farm Assurance Programme, with early signs both farmers and processors are pleased with the rollout. The project is an essential tool in support of Taste Pure Nature
Guy Trafford looks at what the future might hold for Lincoln University, and how consumer perceptions might change feedlot operations
22nd Aug 18, 10:19am
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Guy Trafford looks at what the future might hold for Lincoln University, and how consumer perceptions might change feedlot operations
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Early lambs earn good money, and combined with record mutton prices, sheep farmers can survive with poor wool prices
14th Nov 17, 4:53pm
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Early lambs earn good money, and combined with record mutton prices, sheep farmers can survive with poor wool prices
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Wool prices drop further as summer looms in the south with the start of the drying winds
29th Nov 16, 4:56pm
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Wool prices drop further as summer looms in the south with the start of the drying winds
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: PGP funding boosts lamb and venison's future prospects
3rd Feb 15, 11:44am
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The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: PGP funding boosts lamb and venison's future prospects
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Good December rains and farmers welcome fertiliser price falls
10th Dec 13, 3:27pm
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Good December rains and farmers welcome fertiliser price falls
Allan Barber says meat company shareholders now need to back their companies to make painful capacity cuts
21st Aug 13, 12:21pm
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Allan Barber says meat company shareholders now need to back their companies to make painful capacity cuts
Farmers support MIE approach at Christchurch meeting; all speakers agree status quo is 'broken'
17th Apr 13, 8:18pm
Farmers support MIE approach at Christchurch meeting; all speakers agree status quo is 'broken'
Allan Barber reports the stress on the red meat sector from the drought is giving yet another push for major consolidation. Your view?
19th Mar 13, 12:06pm
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Allan Barber reports the stress on the red meat sector from the drought is giving yet another push for major consolidation. Your view?
Allan Barber reviews the SFF open letter. He welcomes coordination, questions the value of partial mergers, and hopes the focus stays on creating value. Your view?
26th Feb 13, 1:27pm
Allan Barber reviews the SFF open letter. He welcomes coordination, questions the value of partial mergers, and hopes the focus stays on creating value. Your view?
Allan Barber wonders if sheep & beef farmers and processors could actually work together for sustainable growth even if they think it would be a good idea. Your view?
20th Feb 13, 8:58am
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Allan Barber wonders if sheep & beef farmers and processors could actually work together for sustainable growth even if they think it would be a good idea. Your view?
The structuring of the Collaboration for Sustainable Growth programme has farmers and processors talking past each other says Allan Barber. Your view?
13th Feb 13, 8:48am
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The structuring of the Collaboration for Sustainable Growth programme has farmers and processors talking past each other says Allan Barber. Your view?
Allan Barber welcomes the commitment of $65 million in funding to the Red Meat PGP and is cheered by the progress. Your view?
30th Jan 13, 12:55pm
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Allan Barber welcomes the commitment of $65 million in funding to the Red Meat PGP and is cheered by the progress. Your view?
Following a season of large losses, the meat processing industry is under fire from its workers for poor decision-making. Allan Barber assess the charge
21st Nov 12, 9:43am
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Following a season of large losses, the meat processing industry is under fire from its workers for poor decision-making. Allan Barber assess the charge
Fed Farmers' Bruce Wills is a levy paying farmer deeply encouraged that Beef+Lamb is working so effectively with McDonald’s
18th Aug 12, 9:17am
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Fed Farmers' Bruce Wills is a levy paying farmer deeply encouraged that Beef+Lamb is working so effectively with McDonald’s
Allan Barber looks at the financial results of the meat processors and explores their viability
2nd Feb 12, 8:25am
Allan Barber looks at the financial results of the meat processors and explores their viability
BusinessDesk: Rena disaster won’t affect plans of Kotahi container export alliance
24th Oct 11, 1:12pm
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BusinessDesk: Rena disaster won’t affect plans of Kotahi container export alliance