Proceedings of the 1979 Hill and High Country Seminar, Lincoln College, 2-4 July 1979
The proceedings of the 1979 Hill and High Country Seminar includes the full text of the following papers: Rent - I. G. C. Kerr, Rentals for pastoral leases; R. Frizzell, Some problems; New Horizons - G. A. Joll, Opportunities for commercial recreation; J. G. Newson, New livestock opportunities; P. J. Morrissey, Commentary; A. H. Nordmeyer, A major forestry option; Dr. W. A. N. Brown, Commentary; Managing the Hills - Dr. J.A. Hayward, Understanding the hills; M. Douglass, Regional resource planning – the process of selecting objectives; Problem-solving research- Dr. D. Scott, Pastures; Dr. A. J. Allison, Animals; Dr. J. G. H. White, Crops; J. S. Dunn, Machines; J. R. Cocks, Commentary; Profitability - N. W. Taylor, G. T. Mars, Economics of hill and high country production; I. G. C. Kerr, Production and performance in the high country; A. R. Sykes, Achieving better stock performance; K. F. O’Connor, A forward look.... [Show full abstract]
Keywordshill and high country; pastoral leases; commercial recreation; livestock opportunities; resource planning; stock performance; agricultural economics; high country production
Fields of Research070203 Animal Management; 070202 Animal Growth and Development; 070106 Farm Management, Rural Management and Agribusiness; 120504 Land Use and Environmental Planning; 120505 Regional Analysis and Development; 140201 Agricultural Economics
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