While your old mate is on the topic of Landcorp – or Pamu as it likes to call itself these…
NZ exporters are among the first to benefit from the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) which took effect at the beginning of the new year.
Farming has been under the microscope this month with three heavyweight Government reports — on water quality, climate change and Mycoplasma bovis — all appearing in just three days.
Farming leaders are stepping up to the mark on climate change and water quality, says environment and trade minister David Parker.
A 50% increase in trade, higher wages for New Zealanders and cuts in tariffs to benefit our producers.
The double-D’S were front and centre at Karapiro, Waikato, recently to promote a voluntary water quality initiative.
At times it is hard not to believe the meme that ‘Minister of Everything’ David Parker really does hate farmers and farming.
There is no good reason why New Zealand should not get a free trade agreement with the European Union (EU), says Trade Minister David Parker.
Environment minister David Parker says he strongly favours enforcing nitrogen leaching limits in some catchments.
Farmers who pollute waterways and damage New Zealand’s brand image cause problems for companies trying to sell our high value food exports.