Public support needed for farming future

Suisted, Narelle
May 2012
New Zealand Dairy Exporter;May2012, Vol. 87 Issue 10, p50
Trade Publication
The article reports on the importance of public support for the future of New Zealand (NZ) farming, as explained by Richard Rampton, a farming consultant at Easton College, during his European Union (EU)-sponsored tour of the country. After touring and spending time with leading farmers from different regions, Rampton observed that the influence of the climate change and environmental movements in NZ were far in advance of Great Britain, despite its more regulated environment.


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