4 Results for '(1) Lincoln University'

PR – RETAILERS AS SOCIETAL GATEKEEPERS: BENEFICIAL TO PRODUCERS AND CONSUMERS?

Abstract Society is increasingly putting pressure on producers to behave ethically and sustainably. But, what is the role of retailers in this area? The power of large supermarket retailers is growing at a global level and retailers are now operating ...Read More

PR – RETAILERS AS SOCIETAL GATEKEEPERS: BENEFICIAL TO PRODUCERS AND CONSUMERS?

Abstract Energy consumption is an important component in determining the sustainability of farming practices. Identification of dairy farming systems with efficient energy consumption at the same time as minimising greenhouse gas emissions is vital. In this context, it is relevant ...Read More

PR – EVALUATION OF ENERGY FOOTPRINT OF PASTORAL AND BARN DAIRY FARMING SYSTEMS IN NEW ZEALAND

Abstract New farm consultants can be expensive to train, both financially and in terms of the time required. The aim for new consultants is to develop a ‘full book’ of clients to become economically viable as quickly as possible. While ...Read More

PR – TRAINING FARM MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS: A CASE STUDY FROM NEW ZEALAND

Abstract: The Agricultural Knowledge and Innovation System (AKIS) is a concept that describes the different organisations and individuals involved in the process of innovation adoption and their links. Organisations are seen as the traditional source of advice, and historically, this ...Read More