Independent index to be launched

Searle, Steve
May 2012
New Zealand Dairy Exporter;May2012, Vol. 87 Issue 10, p120
Trade Publication
The article reports on the planned launch of the DairyNZ Forage Value Index (FVI) at Farmers Forum to be held in Hamilton, New Zealand in May 2012. The forum will discuss the range and impact of DairyNZactivities to dairy farmers who paid 55 million New Zealand dollars in milk levies to fund it during 2011/2012 and will launch the initiative, PeopleSmart, which is a human resource programme designed for on-farm use.


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