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Landcorp Farming

New Zealand's largest corporate farmer is Government-owned Pāmu who deliver a modest return, but trial many alternate land use options
2nd Sep 21, 7:30am
New Zealand's largest corporate farmer is Government-owned Pāmu who deliver a modest return, but trial many alternate land use options
Farmers hope that the Green Party and Labour call-outs on human rights-and-trade remain selective and inconsistent when it comes to China. Meanwhile state-owned Pamu underperforms again with zero consequences
16th Feb 21, 9:07am
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Farmers hope that the Green Party and Labour call-outs on human rights-and-trade remain selective and inconsistent when it comes to China. Meanwhile state-owned Pamu underperforms again with zero consequences
Guy Trafford is concerned the sheep milk industry will be set back by a new milk dryer sited in the wrong province, far away from major sheep flocks that could use it. Public money is involved in this blunder
25th Jan 18, 3:56pm
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Guy Trafford is concerned the sheep milk industry will be set back by a new milk dryer sited in the wrong province, far away from major sheep flocks that could use it. Public money is involved in this blunder
The Weekly Dairy Report: Managers adjusting systems to farming with lower costs
24th Feb 16, 8:42am
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The Weekly Dairy Report: Managers adjusting systems to farming with lower costs
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: December a busy month preparing for the dry
15th Dec 15, 1:46pm
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: December a busy month preparing for the dry
Bernard Hickey profiles an example of some New Zealand farmers who were able to break out of the commodity trap, thanks to some very special (and expensive) shoes
8th Nov 15, 5:02am
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Bernard Hickey profiles an example of some New Zealand farmers who were able to break out of the commodity trap, thanks to some very special (and expensive) shoes
The Weekly Dairy Report: Second auction price lift in a row gives farmers hope the turnaround has begun
2nd Sep 15, 10:20am
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The Weekly Dairy Report: Second auction price lift in a row gives farmers hope the turnaround has begun
The Weekly Dairy Report: At last the market turns but analysts caution there is a long way to go yet
19th Aug 15, 11:48am
The Weekly Dairy Report: At last the market turns but analysts caution there is a long way to go yet
The Weekly Dairy Report: Prices and drought rock confidence, rain lifts facial excema spore counts
11th Feb 15, 9:22am
The Weekly Dairy Report: Prices and drought rock confidence, rain lifts facial excema spore counts
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Plenty of mud for intensive beef systems but winter still relatively mild
17th Jun 14, 9:00am
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Plenty of mud for intensive beef systems but winter still relatively mild
A total of $83 mln will be spent over 18 years to reduce rural emissions 30% by 2030 reports Allan Barber. A good investment?
5th Feb 13, 9:07am
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A total of $83 mln will be spent over 18 years to reduce rural emissions 30% by 2030 reports Allan Barber. A good investment?
BusinessDesk: Landcorp in talks to run Crafar Farms for Pengxin, denies report it would pay $18 mln rent
12th Jan 12, 3:18pm
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BusinessDesk: Landcorp in talks to run Crafar Farms for Pengxin, denies report it would pay $18 mln rent
Landcorp buys farmland from failed Tawera
6th May 11, 11:59am
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Landcorp buys farmland from failed Tawera
Landcorp turnaround delivers interim profit but SOE farmer cautions land value rise needed to meet NZ$10m dividend target
1st Mar 11, 1:16pm
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Landcorp turnaround delivers interim profit but SOE farmer cautions land value rise needed to meet NZ$10m dividend target
Red meat investment targets consumers, dairy move eyes new products, environment
17th Aug 10, 11:26am
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Red meat investment targets consumers, dairy move eyes new products, environment