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These include advances in animal genetics and health and improvements in farm practices, such as nutrient, pasture, and animal management. Beef + Lamb New Zealand Economic Service data shows the national average lambing percentage has gone up from
The Forum is being funded by B+LNZ and delivered by the New Zealand Farm Environment Trust. It is based on a successful programme also run by the Trust, in partnership with DairyNZ for dairy farming leaders. B+LNZ Chief Executive Officer, Dr Scott
September 2012 Correction predicted for 2012/13 sheep and beef farm profits Beef + Lamb New Zealand's (B+LNZ) New Season Outlook is expecting a correction that is likely to see average sheep and beef farm profit settle at around $96,500 for the 2012/
Sheep and beef input prices have gone up 22.3 per cent in the last five years, compared with a 15.2 per cent increase in the Consumer Price Index for the same period, said Beef + Lamb New Zealand Economic Service Executive Director, Rob Davison.
As a farmer's wife on rugged hill country near Taihape, raising three boys and involved with schools and the local community over the past 20 years, Nicki Duncan has had a busy life. But always, niggling away at the back of her mind, has been a
This was a stark contrast to the year before when farm input prices decreased 2.9 per cent, said Rob Davison of Beef + Lamb New Zealand's Economic Service Movements in Sheep and Beef Farm Input Prices 2010-11 report. The single largest price increase
After five years managing Graeme Tulloch's sheep and beef farm at Mauriceville, Vaughan and Jen Marfell wanted to farm in their own right...He came back with a partnership proposal so radical it was unheard of in sheep and beef farming at that time.
One of Tony O'Boyle's most treasured possessions is a framed photo showing him bravely resisting the attentions of two beautiful women. The women are models, their names long forgotten by Mr O'Boyle almost 30 years on, but they are clearly enamoured
B+LNZ Economic Service Director, Rob Davison says because New Zealand exports 82 per cent of its beef and 92 per cent of its lamb, it's the international market prices that drive the sheep and beef sector as it is those prices that dominate. In terms