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What’s wrong with the 50/50 sharemilking contract!:' the decline of the herd owning sharemilker'
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Commerce. Kellogg Rural Leaders Programme., 2013)
Something seems wrong with the 50/50 contract because it is in decline. Sharemilking in New Zealand has been the main stepping stone up the Dairy Industry career pathway into farm ownership since the early 1900s. It has ...
Rural livelihoods and constraints to commercial farming in Tanintharyi Region, Myanmar
(Lincoln University, 2018)
Myanmar is a country in rapid economic and political transition, with opportunities emerging for its smallholders to benefit from current economic growth. However many smallholders are trapped in semi-subsistence agriculture, ...
Consumer attitudes towards and willingness to pay for NZ food attributes in the UK, China and India and the impact on NZ producer returns
This study examined consumer attitudes towards food attributes and origins, alongside consumer’s willingness to pay (WTP) for food certified for these attributes in China, India and the UK. The study used surveys including ...
What is New Zealand’s competitive advantage – efficient farming or customer value?
(New Zealand Institute of Primary Industry Management (NZIPIM), 2014-06)
For most of the last century New Zealand led the world in efficient agricultural production. This began in the late 1800s with exports of wool, meat and dairy products, and relied on a competitive advantage based on this ...
Stocking rate and dairy production in New Zealand: An analysis of the UQR model with fixed effects
This paper analyzes the effects of stocking rate on dairy production, using New Zealand dairy farm business data for the period 2005-2014. Unlike previous studies that assume a homogenous relationship between stocking rate ...