Still relevant -- and relishing it

Hutchinson, Erin
November 2013
New Zealand Dairy Exporter;Nov2013, Vol. 89 Issue 4, p66
Trade Publication
The article features Neil Filer, chairman of the Federated Farmers Sharemilkers' Section. He expresses his belief that sharemilking still operates as a crucial equity-building step in progression through the industry and is convinced that sharemilking has a strong future in the New Zealand dairy scene. He explains the need for sharemilkers to be top performers to maximise both their own returns and returns to the landowners.


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