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Dairy farmers are being urged to attend next month's profitable dairy farming conference in Ashburton.
The effects of the larger than average 2014 harvest were felt this year in New Zealand's two largest wine regions, according to the MPI/NZW Viticulture Monitoring report.
Agriculture product sales growth in US, China and South America enabled Skellerup to increase its agri division earnings despite the slightly softer New Zealand market, says chair Sir Selwyn Cushing.
Fonterra chief executive, Theo Spierings, says improved second half results in the 2015 financial year were driven by a strong focus on cash and costs.
Beef + Lamb NZ has released its New Season Outlook 2015-16, which predicts a lift in before-tax profits for the average New Zealand sheep and beef farm.
Landcorp chief executive Steven Carden says while the company has taken a hit in its profit this year due to the downturn in the dairy industry, it has done a lot to control costs and increase production.
Zespri is forecasting its revenue from fruit and service payments will be up $155.8 million on last year.
LIC says its full-year results reflect the resilience of farmers and their commitment to herd improvement.
Deere and Co, the owners of the John Deere tractor brand, has reviewed its earnings forecast for the financial year to October, saying it will finish at about US$1.9 billion despite sales having fallen by 19% in the year so far, not 17% as previously forecast.