8 Results for 'Shadbolt, N.'

PR – MEASURING HOW NZ DAIRY FARMERS REACT TO VOLATILE PRICES BY ANALYSING FARMER RESPONSES OVER A PERIOD OF TIME USING PANEL DATA

Abstract Since 2006, milk prices, on average, have increased but there has been a great deal of price volatility in global dairy trade prices as well as New Zealand farm gate milk prices. Higher milk price can lead to higher ...Read More

PR – MEASURING HOW NZ DAIRY FARMERS REACT TO VOLATILE PRICES BY ANALYSING FARMER RESPONSES OVER A PERIOD OF TIME USING PANEL DATA

Abstract New Zealand’s dairy farming sector has changed dramatically over the last two decades. As a result of growth in demand, dairy farms have become more intensive in production, more capital- intensive and have more debt. Previous empirical studies show, ...Read More

PR – NEW ZEALAND DAIRY FARMERS’ DEBT MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES

Abstract The dairy industry is an important component of New Zealand economy particularly in terms of foreign exchange earnings, local communities and employment, contributing around 3.5% of NZ’s total GDP annually. The future of the dairy industry can be influenced ...Read More

NPR – FUTURE DAIRY FARM SYSTEMS: A BIO-ECONOMIC ANALYSIS

Abstract: The response of many New Zealand farmers to increasing and volatile global milk prices has been to intensify their farming systems. This has generated much debate both within NZ and globally with justification for and against the changes ranging ...Read More

PR – PASTORAL DAIRY FARMING SYSTEMS AND INTENSIFICATION, CHALLENGES IN INTERPRETATION

Abstract: Designing future farming systems which are resilient in an increasingly volatile and uncertain environment which is likely to differ considerably from that of today is challenging. This study is Phase 2 of a three phase project investigating future dairy ...Read More

PR – ENVISAGING FUTURE DAIRY FARM SYSTEMS

New Zealand dairy farmers face an increasingly turbulent business environment which poses risks to their survival. To cope with a turbulent environment, dairy farmers need to have resilient farming systems that have the capacity to better deal with volatility. Although ...Read More

PR – Resilience, To ‘bounce Without Breaking’, In New Zealand Dairy Farm Businesses

La Manera case study is one of several developed for an international education programme named Improving Agriculture Students’ Understanding of Global Production Systems through Distance Learning involving cooperation between academics at four universities on different continents: Kansas State University, Moscow ...Read More

PR – La Manera: Strategic Farm Management Under Uncertainty In Uruguay

The traditional route for individuals in the New Zealand dairy industry is from farm worker to sharemilker to owner-operator. In recent years new routes have emerged. The purpose of this research is to gain a clearer understanding of the variety ...Read More