CEO of FAR Alison Stewart chats with Bryan about her career journey and passion for the arable sector.
With the way things are going, farmers are going to need to get better at winning friends, says Ben Anderson.
Chair returned to DairyNZ board in election ignored by more than 80% of levy-paying dairy farmers.
The primary sector’s leaders are feeling the pressure as farmers’ fear and frustration deepen divisions in the industry.
Farmers are asking far too much of their industry good bodies, says one young agri CEO.
Andrew Morrison was an early victim of the increasing polarisation of farming views.
Leading fractious farmers is tough at the best of times, and these are not those.
Groundswell touched a nerve, says co-founder Bryce McKenzie.
A Nuffield scholar questions the role of levy-funded bodies in the political space.
New Farmers Weekly columnist Daniel Eb questions the foundations of New Zealand’s broken food system.
Trans-Tasman award one of the most coveted in Australasian agribusiness.
Julian Reti Kaukau, 2021 Kellogg Scholar, talks with Bryan Gibson about his Kellogg research, and gives insights into some of his work with MPI Māori Agribusiness.
Open Farms founder and 2021 Nuffield scholar Dan Eb chats with Bryan Gibson about his report on a values-led redesign of the food system.
The work to support better farm practices or improved market access falls by the wayside as industry-good bodies fixate on government policy, says Waikato farmer Phil Weir.
Bryan Gibson chats with Wairarapa sheep and beef farmer Mel Poulton about her journey and some things she's learnt along the way.
Boyd vows to bring strong farmer’s voice to DINZ board.
Listen to 2019 Nuffield Scholar Hamish Marr chat with Bryan Gibson about his studies into glyphosate use in NZ.
Industry value increased to $231m in 2021 under her leadership.
2022 Nuffield Scholar Lucie Douma is on a mission to connect the dots of NZ's extensive and largely fragmented primary sector data.
After presenting as keynote speaker at the NZ Rural Leaders Agribusiness Summit, Devry Boughner Vorwerk catches up with Bryan Gibson.
Sector leaders and governance experts call out what they say is a broken agricultural and environmental policymaking process.
Federated Farmers and Forest and Bird were part of initial discussions about policies they now decry as rushed, says head of environmental group.
Industry leaders get candid about the direction the 'real world' is taking. Bryan Gibson weighs in.
Unless they change, the current boards will be history next time there’s a vote, says Alan Emerson.
The Gore farmer says BLNZ had a clear mandate to grow the sheep and beef industries and provide sustainable returns now and for future generations.
Landpro’s Kate Scott recognised for having ‘explored ways to enable better environmental outcomes in agriculture’.
Farm2Fork hears from agricultural pioneers about learning to ‘do more with less’.
Dr Scott Champion, former CEO of Beef+Lamb NZ, talks with Bryan Gibson about all things leadership.
Tim Mackle has been DairyNZ chief executive since 2007. He talks to Gerald Piddock about his time fronting the organisation after announcing he will step down in June.
High-powered lineup for Christchurch agribusiness convention.
Dame Jenny Shipley, this country’s first Woman Prime Minister – and a 1984 Kellogg Scholar, offers Farmers Weekly Editor Bryan Gibson some insights on leadership in the regulatory environment.
Katie Vickers, a 2019 Kellogg Scholar, is on a mission to help regenerate our planet by influencing business practice to close the gap between purpose, people, and profit.
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