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Angus Kebbell talks to Genevieve King about how a farm diversification project became a vital way to survive drought conditions, build resilience and value, and be part of the solution to farm succession issues
8th May 21, 11:56am
Angus Kebbell talks to Genevieve King about how a farm diversification project became a vital way to survive drought conditions, build resilience and value, and be part of the solution to farm succession issues
The New Zealand ag sector is "travelling astoundingly well" amid global turbulence, and is poised for a profitable 2021 according to a new Rabobank report
28th Jan 21, 11:19am
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The New Zealand ag sector is "travelling astoundingly well" amid global turbulence, and is poised for a profitable 2021 according to a new Rabobank report
Angus Kebbell talks to viticulturist Emma Taylor about the consequences for the wine industry of a closed border for plant imports, and how that is encouraging local development to avoid biosecurity risks, on sustainability and on genetic diversity
29th Aug 20, 10:30am
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Angus Kebbell talks to viticulturist Emma Taylor about the consequences for the wine industry of a closed border for plant imports, and how that is encouraging local development to avoid biosecurity risks, on sustainability and on genetic diversity
Angus Kebbell focuses on the Hawke's Bay wine region this week, exploring how one famous winemaker has adjusted to its environment and works with it to produce its products
22nd Aug 20, 10:50am
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Angus Kebbell focuses on the Hawke's Bay wine region this week, exploring how one famous winemaker has adjusted to its environment and works with it to produce its products
Angus Kebbell explores organic and sustainable viticulture in the Marlborough region, distinguishing the subregions formed by the valleys and landscapes
9th Aug 20, 9:07am
Angus Kebbell explores organic and sustainable viticulture in the Marlborough region, distinguishing the subregions formed by the valleys and landscapes
Angus Kebbell delves into why New Zealand's southern wine industry is so successful and its products so well regarded in world markets
1st Aug 20, 11:19am
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Angus Kebbell delves into why New Zealand's southern wine industry is so successful and its products so well regarded in world markets
Treasury warns of the risks from our dairy exports dominating our overall export performance, and being too concentrated with China as a customer. It finds other concentrations as well
6th Aug 19, 6:24am
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Treasury warns of the risks from our dairy exports dominating our overall export performance, and being too concentrated with China as a customer. It finds other concentrations as well
Tom Coupe and Olivier Gergaud on the contribution of wine to the NZ economy, climate change & wine, wine as an investment, wine quality and wine research
12th Apr 19, 10:00am
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Tom Coupe and Olivier Gergaud on the contribution of wine to the NZ economy, climate change & wine, wine as an investment, wine quality and wine research
New Zealand has a healthy wine industry on the back of profitability for wineries of all sizes, strengthening balance sheets and a healthy propensity for innovation
14th Feb 19, 11:33am
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New Zealand has a healthy wine industry on the back of profitability for wineries of all sizes, strengthening balance sheets and a healthy propensity for innovation
Rabobank says good production conditions and strong commodity pricing will continue in 2019. But that policy decisions made this year will determine rural resilience for the inevitable downturn
2nd Feb 19, 9:01am
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Rabobank says good production conditions and strong commodity pricing will continue in 2019. But that policy decisions made this year will determine rural resilience for the inevitable downturn
Siah Hwee Ang looks at gains and losses from the China-US trade war, US wine hanging by a thread in China, India steps up to the plate, the end of 'made in China' & more
21st Sep 18, 10:00am
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Siah Hwee Ang looks at gains and losses from the China-US trade war, US wine hanging by a thread in China, India steps up to the plate, the end of 'made in China' & more
More than four of five research proposals miss out on the annual $48 mln funding round for science research in the five year Endeavour program. Winners feature world-class proposals
3rd Oct 17, 9:07am
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More than four of five research proposals miss out on the annual $48 mln funding round for science research in the five year Endeavour program. Winners feature world-class proposals
Wine and other horticulture exports are growing strongly, building to impressive levels. Not only are volumes rising, but we are achieving price premiums that stand out
24th Mar 17, 10:25am
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Wine and other horticulture exports are growing strongly, building to impressive levels. Not only are volumes rising, but we are achieving price premiums that stand out
Ministers announce cap for Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) scheme in 2016/17 raised by 1,000 to 10,500; say allows horticulture and wine exporters to keep growing; Winston Peters rails against National's "immigration madness"
23rd Nov 16, 1:23pm
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Ministers announce cap for Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) scheme in 2016/17 raised by 1,000 to 10,500; say allows horticulture and wine exporters to keep growing; Winston Peters rails against National's "immigration madness"
Keith Woodford discusses the challenges of moving from production to consumer-led in agriculture
20th Sep 16, 9:30am
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Keith Woodford discusses the challenges of moving from production to consumer-led in agriculture
Global demand for New Zealand wine tipped to grow in 2016 – with larger producers set to take advantage: Rabobank
21st Apr 16, 11:55am
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Global demand for New Zealand wine tipped to grow in 2016 – with larger producers set to take advantage: Rabobank
Rabobank suggests that it will only be the dairy sector facing a very difficult year in 2016, with variable prospects for other farmers
11th Feb 16, 9:28am
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Rabobank suggests that it will only be the dairy sector facing a very difficult year in 2016, with variable prospects for other farmers
MPI lifts primary industries earnings forecast by 15.6% to NZ$36.5 bln for 2013/14 season; More than half of gains come from dairy
19th Feb 14, 5:04pm
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MPI lifts primary industries earnings forecast by 15.6% to NZ$36.5 bln for 2013/14 season; More than half of gains come from dairy
New Zealand's big harvest likely to reverse recent declines in wine exports as stock carryover levels are low
23rd Jul 13, 1:39pm
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New Zealand's big harvest likely to reverse recent declines in wine exports as stock carryover levels are low
Growth in exports to Chinese and Asia are driving the wine industry, but Australia still largest market, survey shows
10th Jan 13, 10:12am
Growth in exports to Chinese and Asia are driving the wine industry, but Australia still largest market, survey shows
Smaller winegrowers struggle with sustainable profitability, but whole industry responds to lender pressure, makes progress in reducing debt levels, 2012 survey shows
7th Jan 13, 9:30am
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Smaller winegrowers struggle with sustainable profitability, but whole industry responds to lender pressure, makes progress in reducing debt levels, 2012 survey shows
New signs of optimism emerge after markedly smaller grape harvest in 2012; debt falls but returns not acceptable to investors
4th Jan 13, 9:32am
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New signs of optimism emerge after markedly smaller grape harvest in 2012; debt falls but returns not acceptable to investors
Richard Longman says that despite a 17% fall in production from 2011 to 2012, there is likely to be a resurgent vintage in 2013 on rising prices. Your view?
14th Dec 12, 9:54am
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Richard Longman says that despite a 17% fall in production from 2011 to 2012, there is likely to be a resurgent vintage in 2013 on rising prices. Your view?
Richard Longman reviews whether our growing bulk wine exports pose a threat to our hard-won wine reputation. Your view?
11th Dec 12, 3:35pm
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Richard Longman reviews whether our growing bulk wine exports pose a threat to our hard-won wine reputation. Your view?
Richard Longman reviews whether New Zealand wine is maintaining its competitive advantage in key export markets
29th Nov 12, 9:30am
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Richard Longman reviews whether New Zealand wine is maintaining its competitive advantage in key export markets