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State-owned farmer Landcorp – rebranded as Pāmu – refused to release most of the details and costs of a self promotion campaign running on a political and news website.
Government-owned farmer Landcorp (now called Pāmu) is claiming commercial sensitivity as the reason for refusing to reveal the cost of funding a publicity campaign about its operations on the website newsroom.co.nz.
The Hound's not-so favourite government department, the state-run farmer formerly known as Landcorp, has proven that it is not just a poorly-performing entity but that it can’t even pick winners with the current Government policy.
Government-owned farmer Landcorp spent almost $14,000 just on consultants in preparing its controversial submission to the Tax Working Group.
Landcorp is paying members of its contentious environmental reference group (ERG) $1500 a day each – far more than other government body payments.
Pāmu Farms’ dairy production has gone well in the first six months of the 2018-19 season, says the general manager dairy, Mark Julian.
State-owned farming company Landcorp Farming Limited (known as Pāmu) has declared a net profit of $29 million.