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Gareth Vaughan on Covid-induced onshoring, advice for central banks in their inflation fight x2, Dr Doom's 'mother of stagflationary debt crises' & why Dutch farmers are revolting
7th Jul 22, 2:07pm
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Gareth Vaughan on Covid-induced onshoring, advice for central banks in their inflation fight x2, Dr Doom's 'mother of stagflationary debt crises' & why Dutch farmers are revolting
The Government has announced new border exceptions that will allow temporary work visa holders to return to NZ; new exceptions will now also be made to allow partners of NZ citizens and residents to return here
9th Sep 20, 4:27pm
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The Government has announced new border exceptions that will allow temporary work visa holders to return to NZ; new exceptions will now also be made to allow partners of NZ citizens and residents to return here
Dairy farmers have modest expectations of politicians for election promises, and some basic progress on broadband is still on the list. Guy Trafford also assesses our access to a COVID-19 vaccine
21st Aug 20, 12:49pm
Dairy farmers have modest expectations of politicians for election promises, and some basic progress on broadband is still on the list. Guy Trafford also assesses our access to a COVID-19 vaccine
Allan Barber looks at the issues farmers face when confronted by bureaucratic environmental regulations that work against the public goals set by politicians. Local solutions seem to work best
2nd Jul 20, 9:09am
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Allan Barber looks at the issues farmers face when confronted by bureaucratic environmental regulations that work against the public goals set by politicians. Local solutions seem to work best
Nationwide feed shortages are prompting DairyNZ and Beef + Lamb New Zealand to encourage farmers to act now to secure next season’s performance
29th Apr 20, 9:16am
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Nationwide feed shortages are prompting DairyNZ and Beef + Lamb New Zealand to encourage farmers to act now to secure next season’s performance
Allan Barber sees the UK moving into a period of uncertainty as it tries to set up new trade deals with a range of partners and 'friends' who try to take advantage of their weakened negotiating position
13th Feb 20, 10:51am
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Allan Barber sees the UK moving into a period of uncertainty as it tries to set up new trade deals with a range of partners and 'friends' who try to take advantage of their weakened negotiating position
Keith Woodford says land-use change is no solution for most farms caught in the debt to asset pincer
11th Feb 20, 7:25am
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Keith Woodford says land-use change is no solution for most farms caught in the debt to asset pincer
Allan Barber sees a new decade with an unprecedented set of challenges which some farmers may decide they can’t handle. Others will welcome the challenge and have a strong desire to prove they can thrive
29th Jan 20, 10:12am
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Allan Barber sees a new decade with an unprecedented set of challenges which some farmers may decide they can’t handle. Others will welcome the challenge and have a strong desire to prove they can thrive
Guy Trafford wonders whether the SMP price will top WMP at some point; it has done in the past. And he reviews the Report into winter grazing practices
27th Nov 19, 11:54am
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Guy Trafford wonders whether the SMP price will top WMP at some point; it has done in the past. And he reviews the Report into winter grazing practices
Jenée Tibshraeny looks at the key government and Reserve Bank policy changes underway that impact dairy farmers, accompanied by a healthy dose of context
19th Nov 19, 9:45am
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Jenée Tibshraeny looks at the key government and Reserve Bank policy changes underway that impact dairy farmers, accompanied by a healthy dose of context
DairyNZ tackles MPI over its control of data in the NAIT review. Little good news coming out about Fonterra. But a challenge to supermarkets in Christchurch
13th Sep 19, 12:12pm
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DairyNZ tackles MPI over its control of data in the NAIT review. Little good news coming out about Fonterra. But a challenge to supermarkets in Christchurch
Farmers committed to scientific solutions that achieve the goals of the Zero Carbon Act, ignoring the sideline sledging by the politicised green lobbyists. Active strategic change is required in pasture and animal management
29th May 19, 9:16am
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Farmers committed to scientific solutions that achieve the goals of the Zero Carbon Act, ignoring the sideline sledging by the politicised green lobbyists. Active strategic change is required in pasture and animal management
What people are saying about the Government's announced targets on reducing emissions to limit global warming
8th May 19, 12:09pm
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What people are saying about the Government's announced targets on reducing emissions to limit global warming
Allan Barber notes that New Zealand agriculture has reached peak production volume. From here out, survival and prosperity will only happen up the value chain
5th Sep 18, 11:32am
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Allan Barber notes that New Zealand agriculture has reached peak production volume. From here out, survival and prosperity will only happen up the value chain
Allan Barber reviews the soap opera that is NAIT and finds little has changed despite reviews and clear indications the program is not delivering what it promised
22nd Aug 18, 4:42pm
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Allan Barber reviews the soap opera that is NAIT and finds little has changed despite reviews and clear indications the program is not delivering what it promised
In a second open letter to the Minister of Agriculture, Keith Woodford highlights some ‘coalface’ issues that MPI is really struggling with, right now
30th May 18, 8:58am
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In a second open letter to the Minister of Agriculture, Keith Woodford highlights some ‘coalface’ issues that MPI is really struggling with, right now
Keith Woodford says the Government is underestimating the animal and human welfare issues in its MPB plan, along with underestimating the complexity of the compensation claims
28th May 18, 9:36pm
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Keith Woodford says the Government is underestimating the animal and human welfare issues in its MPB plan, along with underestimating the complexity of the compensation claims
Mycoplasma bovis: do we need to go so fast and should the North and South Islands be managed separately?
25th May 18, 4:52pm
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Mycoplasma bovis: do we need to go so fast and should the North and South Islands be managed separately?
Keith Woodford explains how crucial decisions are pending re Mycoplasma bovis and Government must recognise its own limitations
21st May 18, 8:49am
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Keith Woodford explains how crucial decisions are pending re Mycoplasma bovis and Government must recognise its own limitations
Keith Woodford explains why M. bovis eradication is no longer realistic and how industry now needs to take control from Government
13th May 18, 8:40pm
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Keith Woodford explains why M. bovis eradication is no longer realistic and how industry now needs to take control from Government
After the uncertainty of Mycoplasma bovis and widespread drought, the latest dairy auction has brought a more positive tone to the industry
17th Jan 18, 4:57pm
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After the uncertainty of Mycoplasma bovis and widespread drought, the latest dairy auction has brought a more positive tone to the industry
The Weekly Dairy Report: A small lift in the milk auction welcome, but the dry and lower production could influence the year's profits more significantly
6th Dec 17, 11:39am
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The Weekly Dairy Report: A small lift in the milk auction welcome, but the dry and lower production could influence the year's profits more significantly
The Weekly Dairy Report: The global dairy market weakens further but dry conditions may trim milk flows to tighten future supply
29th Nov 17, 11:12am
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The Weekly Dairy Report: The global dairy market weakens further but dry conditions may trim milk flows to tighten future supply
The Weekly Dairy Report: Feed supply is improving but the milk market still uncertain as global supplies grow in the US and Europe
25th Oct 17, 1:36pm
The Weekly Dairy Report: Feed supply is improving but the milk market still uncertain as global supplies grow in the US and Europe
The Weekly Dairy Report: Auction prices stuck at present levels as another welfare abuse case taints all in the industry
16th Aug 17, 2:58pm
The Weekly Dairy Report: Auction prices stuck at present levels as another welfare abuse case taints all in the industry