3 Results for 'Lincoln University, Christchurch'

Farmer Entrepreneurship In New Zealand – Some Observations And Case Studies

1984 was a watershed in New Zealand agriculture which led to a flowering of entrepreneurial activity by some New Zealand farmers. A change of government and a national economic crisis lead to a complete and drastic review and subsequent restructuring ...Read More

Farmer Entrepreneurship In New Zealand – Some Observations And Case Studies

Cows that are milked once-a-day (OAD) produce less milk than when milked twice-a-day(TAD). However, these cows also require less feed because of their lower milk production.Hence stocking rates can be increased. New Zealand evidence shows that the benefits fromOAD milking ...Read More

Searching For Productivity Gains Through ‘once-a-day’ Milking On New Zealand’s Pastoral Dairy Farms

The Uruguayan and New Zealand beef industries have developed under similar climatic conditions that favour pastoral farming. Both industries are export focused. However, the development paths taken by the two industries have been different. Porter’s diamond is used as a framework for analysing ...Read More