A complete package in Central Hawke's Bay

May 2012
New Zealand Dairy Exporter;May2012, Vol. 87 Issue 10, p175
Trade Publication
The article reports on the sale of Rawhiti Dairies, a dairy farm in Central Hawke's Bay in New Zealand. The farm, which is producing around 600,000 kilogram (kg) of milk solids (MS), is being sold as a complete package with Fonterra shares, livestock and an extensive range of plant and machinery. According to the farm's marketers Glyn Rees-Jones and GaryBrooks, the property is a model dairy farm, with milk production on target to achieve close to 600,000 kg MS in the 2012 season.


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