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Farm employees getting higher salaries

Farm employees getting higher salaries

ByHugh StringlemanApr 26, 2022
Todd Charteris says it’s encouraging to see remuneration for on-farm roles growing strongly, given the huge contribution the sector had made to the country’s broader economy in recent years. The survey was conducted in late 2021 and early 2022 and…

Govt to fund farm adviser training

ByNeal WallaceApr 14, 2022
Chair Jo Finer says NZIPIM supports the initiative and is pleased the wider sector was involved in its development, which will ensure new advisers are appropriately trained.The Government is investing…

NZPork’s keen to level the playing field

ByAnnette ScottApr 12, 2022
Incoming NZPork chief executive Brent Kleiss says those responsible for the pig code of welfare review need to get a deeper understanding of the NZ pig industry that is based…

Driving ag skill growth

ByRoss NollyApr 4, 2022
An Ag Drive student learning how to drive a tractor under the watchful eye of a tutor.When covid reared its head over two years ago, many businesses had to rethink…


Manawatū farmer to head ovis programme

Manawatū farmer to head ovis programme

ByAnnette ScottMar 30, 2022
New ovis management programme manager Michelle Simpson says sheep measles can potentially cost farmers a lot of money, with everyone…
Meat Business Women NZ announces new co-chairs

Meat Business Women NZ announces new co-chairs

ByAnnette ScottMar 22, 2022
Beef + Lamb NZ marketing manager Julia Gardner will co-chair the NZ leg of the global organisation Meat Business Woman.Meat…
O’Sullivan resigns as SWAG director

O’Sullivan resigns as SWAG director

ByAnnette ScottFeb 21, 2022
Tom O’Sullivan says the process and candidate selection for the new strong wool entity Wool Impact NZ does not go…
Chasing a perfect shearing day

Chasing a perfect shearing day

ByGerald PiddockFeb 18, 2022
Emily and Sam Welch are regarded as two of the best shearers in the industry, with both tasting competition success.…
Environment Southland CEO announces retirement

Environment Southland CEO announces retirement

ByNeal WallaceFeb 16, 2022
Environment Southland chief executive Rob Phillips will retire in May but will continue with his governance roles.Environment Southland chief executive…
New research lead for Rabobank

New research lead for Rabobank

ByStaff reporterJan 21, 2022
Stefan Vogel will lead the New Zealand and Australian arm of the agribusiness bank’s global food and agricultural research division…
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