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Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy recently launched a new scheme to lift the productivity and profitability of sheep and beef farmers in Manawatu-Whanganui.
Achieving high lamb survival and growth rates to weaning is about matching ewes to their correct lambing paddock.
If agriculture is to keep contributing to New Zealand’s economy we must address the issues of productivity and environmental impact.
A new report says productivity growth is the key to maintaining New Zealand agribusiness’ global competitive edge in the coming decades.
Wondering where your time goes? Don’t worry, Richard Kyte from DairyNZ and Sarah Watson from PeopleMAD have found it, and they’re going to tell you how to get it back.
Knee-jerk spending cuts that compromise long-term productivity are a real risk in the face of the $4.50/kgMS payout forecast and probable low opening 2015-16 figure, leading farmers are warning.
Farmers must focus on productivity and profitability – not necessarily production, says Beef + Lamb NZ chief executive Scott Champion.
Good animal care is behind the world’s most productive cow, DeLaval quotes the cow’s owner as saying.
Delegates attending the recent NZ Grasslands Association conference were told that the entire rural sector needs to work together to lift productivity if the challenge of doubling primary industry export value by 2025 is to be met.