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Dynamic planning and pig fattening
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1977)
Farmers make decisions in a planning environment in which planning information is frequently imperfect and outcomes uncertain. Efficient planning systems must therefore be dynamic in nature. However, available systems which ...
Results from a 2015 survey of NZ farm managers/owners covering debt and related issues designed to explore the impact of debt
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce, 2017-06)
With increasing debt levels across primary production businesses it is important to have contemporary knowledge of the levels of debt on NZ farms, including both past and present levels, but more importantly, have information ...
Environmental stewardship trumps big returns, research shows
Farmers on properties with net profit less than $50,000 list ‘minimising pollution’, ‘improving the condition of the property’ and ‘ensuring employees enjoy their job’ as more important objectives than ‘expanding the ...