Pryia Wallabh.

Building relationships with other Kiwi agtech leaders and innovators was a surprising outcome for some attending the high-profile evokeAG event in Melbourne last month.

Phosboucraa Foundation president Hagbouha Zoubeir.

New Zealand farmers probably do not realise the contribution they are making to the economic and community life of people in Southern Morocco, says Hajbouha Zoubeir, president, Phosboucraa Foundation.

 
Ruaraidh Petre, executive director Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef.

New Zealand farmers stand out for their willingness to innovate, says the Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef executive director, Ruaraidh Petre.

B+LNZ’s Taste Pure Nature branding, which was rolled out last year, aims to tackle growing low consumer trust in food.

New ideas of what equates to ‘premium’ in red meat are expected to change significantly in coming years, according to a new report from Beef+Lamb (B+LNZ).

 
Education Minister Chris Hipkins.

Lincoln University says it is delighted that the Minister of Education has approved $80 million for new science facilities as part of a wider campus development programme.

The panel discussion at the India Business Summit discussed the need for NZ to tell a better story to India.

New Zealand needs to do a better job of telling its story in India, said a speaker at a New Zealand India Business Council summit.

Alliance Group’s Chris Selbie.

Meat processing company Alliance has started an employee support programme aimed at getting colleagues to look after each other and keep an eye out for possible mental health issues.

Charlie and his brother Louie Herbert in the ring in 2017, when they won a second place ribbon for the all breeds pair.

Competing in the livestock contests at the New Zealand Agricultural Show is not for the faint-hearted.

With distrust growing in consumers, even for science, gaining their trust is now more valuable to win than ever.

Food and fibre is the most “activist disrupted” sector globally, second only to petroleum, says KPMG’s global head of agribusiness, Ian Proudfoot.

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