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LIC IS merging its farm automation and milking sensor businesses to deliver more integrated technology and meet demand from farmers.
LIC EXPECTS to get more cows in-calf at Christmas in response to high demand for its short gestation genetics offering, and as farmers find new ways to maximise the benefits this season.
GOOD GRASS growth, high production and a record payout will see many of New Zealand's dairy farmers look back on the 2013-14 season as one of the best in history – and now the statistics prove it.
LIC’S $11M spend on R&D is high by NZ primary industry standards, says chief executive Wayne McNee. The core business of sire proving and getting the best bulls, the development of new IT products and longer-term R&D took most of the money. Some research is government supported through Primary Growth Partnership and other funding.
DAIRY FARM running costs haven’t abated after increasing a lot in 2007-08 and they are now out of kilter with the consumer price index, LIC chairman Murray King says.
A FARMER focus will be at the centre of LIC’s ambitious strategy to at least quadruple business to $1 billion by 2025, says chief executive Wayne McNee.
LIC says it is experiencing high demand for its Jersey genetics this mating season- with two all-round good guys stealing the show.