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The New Zealand Herald
Agribusiness: Young agribusiness leaders impressed by NZ know-howleaders from six Southeast Asian countries to the Waikato agricultural Fieldays
Agribusiness: Young agribusiness leaders impressed by NZ know-how
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 45 minutes ago
leaders from six Southeast Asian countries to the Waikato agricultural Fieldays. They also visited Waikato farms through Landcorp. One of the participants, New Zealand-educated Malaysian businessman Wei Sheng Phee, says international interest in... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Diana and dairy editionGuy on The Country. The Minister for Primary Industries looks at the rise in da
Diana and dairy edition
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
Guy on The Country. The Minister for Primary Industries looks at the rise in dairy fortunes, uncertainty around lamb, the Landcorp result and how do you lose 500 cows! Steve Carden is the chief executive of Landcorp. He expands on the annual... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Landcorp books $9.4m lossState-owned corporate farmer Landcorp reported a $9.4 million operating loss in
Landcorp books $9.4m loss
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 10 hours ago
State-owned corporate farmer Landcorp reported a $9.4 million operating loss in the year to June 30, as declining dairy prices hit revenues. The result compared with a $4.9 million operating profit the previous year, itself an 84% decline on the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Airport's shares take off but A2 slidesmillion in the 12 months ended June 30, unchanged from a year earlier. Continu
Airport's shares take off but A2 slides
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 hours ago
million in the 12 months ended June 30, unchanged from a year earlier. Continued below. Related ContentDairy weighs on Landcorp resultMark Lister: Brexit fears largely unrealisedAir New Zealand safety video distracts from safety... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Dairy weighs on Landcorp resultup from a previous forecast of $4.25/kg. Photo / Getty Images Low milk prices
Dairy weighs on Landcorp result
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 hours ago
up from a previous forecast of $4.25/kg. Photo / Getty Images Low milk prices helped drive New Zealand's biggest farmer Landcorp to a net operating loss of $9.4 million in the year to June. The result compared with a $4.9m profit a year... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Sewell, Cranko join Challenge Steel boardtoday with extensive property development, property investment and farming.Prio
Sewell, Cranko join Challenge Steel board
Scoop.co.nz / Posted yesterday
today with extensive property development, property investment and farming.Prior to that he held senior positions at Landcorp Property Limited, Downer & Company Limiter, and Fletcher Development & Construction Limited. Over the years the... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Sewell, Cranko join Challenge Steel boardtoday with extensive property development, property investment and farming. Pr
Sewell, Cranko join Challenge Steel board
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted yesterday
today with extensive property development, property investment and farming. Prior to that he held senior positions at Landcorp Property Limited, Downer & Company Limiter, and Fletcher Development & Construction Limited. Over the years the... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Sheep Milk Industry Set to Grow through New Partnershipopportunity for New Zealand to build a high-value sheep milk industry. Spring S
Sheep Milk Industry Set to Grow through New Partnership
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 6 days ago
opportunity for New Zealand to build a high-value sheep milk industry. Spring Sheep Milk Co is a 50/50 partnership between Landcorp and a number of New Zealand investors through SLC Ventures LP.“Internationally, there is significant and growing... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Sheep milk producer gets $12.6m Crown funding to develop value chainprogramme, while Spring Sheep will put in $18.8 million over its six-year life.
Sheep milk producer gets $12.6m Crown funding to develop value chain
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 6 days ago
programme, while Spring Sheep will put in $18.8 million over its six-year life. Spring Sheep is half-owned by state-owned Landcorp while chief executive Scottie Chapman owns the rest through agri-business marketer and investor SLC Ventures. In... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Interest in dairy sheep buildsIsland is becoming something of a hub for the emerging industry with Waituhi Ku
Interest in dairy sheep builds
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
Island is becoming something of a hub for the emerging industry with Waituhi Kuratau Trust milking 3000 ewes near Turangi. Landcorp is also entering the industry this season in partnership with SLC Group. The companies formed Spring Sheep Dairy, a... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Dairy slump brings change on the landquality requirements will play a greater part in influencing investment in the
Dairy slump brings change on the land
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 11 days ago
quality requirements will play a greater part in influencing investment in the future. For Steven Carden, who heads up Landcorp, agriculture is going through a sea change. "New Zealand has been incredibly effective as farmers, but the secret... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Dairy slump bringschange on the landquality requirements will play a greater part in influencing investment in the
Dairy slump bringschange on the land
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 11 days ago
quality requirements will play a greater part in influencing investment in the future. For Steven Carden, who heads up Landcorp, agriculture is going through a sea change. "New Zealand has been incredibly effective as farmers, but the secret... Read more
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WA Today
World-first trial lets WA residents sell their own excess solar powerwas already in contact with companies in Japan, Brazil and New Zealand to deplo
World-first trial lets WA residents sell their own excess solar power
WA Today / Posted 15 days ago
was already in contact with companies in Japan, Brazil and New Zealand to deploy the technology. Power Ledger has stated that Synergy and LandCorp are all "supportively involved" in discussions on the trial whose location is yet to be an... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
NZ zoos join palm oil label fighthave taken ethical stands over palm industry products, including Nestle, Ferrer
NZ zoos join palm oil label fight
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 16 days ago
have taken ethical stands over palm industry products, including Nestle, Ferrero, IKEA and, most recently, farming giants Landcorp and Fonterra, which will no longer use palm kernel expeller. "People just don't want to eat or drink products... Read more
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NZCity
Fonterra PKE move welcomednow look forward to Fonterra moving towards a full phase out," said Mr Rosoman.
Fonterra PKE move welcomed
NZCity / Posted 17 days ago
now look forward to Fonterra moving towards a full phase out," said Mr Rosoman. Earlier this month state-owned enterprise Landcorp said it will stop using PKE and transition to alternative feed supplements from June next year. Landcorp manages... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Jacqueline Rowarth: Flaws to idea of reducing dairy herdby government revenue. Although DoC has Molesworth Station (181,000ha) under i
Jacqueline Rowarth: Flaws to idea of reducing dairy herd
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 20 days ago
by government revenue. Although DoC has Molesworth Station (181,000ha) under its aegis, the station is managed by Landcorp with 10,000 beef cattle; and production is vital to control weeds and pests. There are no easy answers, and... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Landcorp signals green shiftAbout 60 per cent of Landcorp's farms do not use PKE. Photo / Christine Cornege
Landcorp signals green shift
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 22 days ago
About 60 per cent of Landcorp's farms do not use PKE. Photo / Christine Cornege Economists say Landcorp's decision to stop using palm kernel expeller (PKE) as a supplementary feed is a sign of things to come as dairy farmers move back to a... Read more
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Island Packet
New Zealand farm company to stop using palm oil productsMonday it will stop using palm kernel products to feed its animals as it seeks
New Zealand farm company to stop using palm oil products
Island Packet / Posted 23 days ago
Monday it will stop using palm kernel products to feed its animals as it seeks to take better care of the environment. Landcorp announced it will stop using the products by the middle of next year. Environmentalists have linked growth in the... Read more
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PhysOrg
New Zealand farm company to stop using palm oil productsMonday it will stop using palm kernel products to feed its animals as it seeks
New Zealand farm company to stop using palm oil products
PhysOrg / Posted 23 days ago
Monday it will stop using palm kernel products to feed its animals as it seeks to take better care of the environment. Landcorp announced it will stop using the products by the middle of next year. Environmentalists have linked growth in the... Read more
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Salon.com
New Zealand farm company to stop using palm oil productssays it will stop using palm kernel products to feed its animals as it seeks to
New Zealand farm company to stop using palm oil products
Salon.com / Posted 23 days ago
says it will stop using palm kernel products to feed its animals as it seeks to take better care of the environment. Landcorp announced Monday that it will stop using the products by mid-2017. Environmentalists have linked growth in the palm... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Award for work on lamb survivalWendy Bain, Shannon Clark and Grant Shackell. One of the highlights was workin
Award for work on lamb survival
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 23 days ago
Wendy Bain, Shannon Clark and Grant Shackell. One of the highlights was working with Tim and Trish Smith, managers of Landcorp-owned Mararoa Station at Te Anau, on the triplet trial, she said. That work challenged the way in which... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Green Party congratulates Landcorp for ditching PKEMonday, 8 August 2016, 11:20 amPress Release: Green Party 8 August 2016The Gree
Green Party congratulates Landcorp for ditching PKE
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 23 days ago
Monday, 8 August 2016, 11:20 amPress Release: Green Party 8 August 2016The Green Party congratulates Landcorp for making the responsible and... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Landcorp ditches palm kernel feed to boost environmental credentialsLandcorp Farming, the state-owned farmer, will stop using palm kernel expeller
Landcorp ditches palm kernel feed to boost environmental credentials
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 23 days ago
Landcorp Farming, the state-owned farmer, will stop using palm kernel expeller on its farms in the current financial year to shore up its environmental sustainability credentials. Palm kernel, used by dairy farmers as a supplementary feed to grass... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Landcorp to stop using palm feed supplementFonterra has moved to discourage its farmers from using palm kernel expeller (P
Landcorp to stop using palm feed supplement
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 23 days ago
Fonterra has moved to discourage its farmers from using palm kernel expeller (PKE). Landcorp is now also moving away from using the feed supplement. New Zealand's biggest farming company, the state-owned Landcorp, said it would stop using the... Read more
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NZCity
Landcorp to stop using palm by-productState-owned enterprise Landcorp will stop using palm kernel expeller and transi
Landcorp to stop using palm by-product
NZCity / Posted 23 days ago
State-owned enterprise Landcorp will stop using palm kernel expeller and transition to alternative feed supplements from June 2017. The shift from the by-product of palm oil extraction is expected to be cost-neutral while showing customers Landcorp... Read more
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Perth Now
Planning Perth’s future, brick by brickis the man behind the award-winning Gen-Y house design for the White Gum Valley
Planning Perth’s future, brick by brick
Perth Now / Posted 26 days ago
is the man behind the award-winning Gen-Y house design for the White Gum Valley project. His brief for the Landcorp competition was to house four to six adults on a 250sq m lot exploring the notions of ownership, innovation,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
WA Government spent $13m on project 'highly likely' to move interstateand Coalfields Highways on work to strengthened replace bridges, buy land, comp
WA Government spent $13m on project 'highly likely' to move interstate
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 28 days ago
and Coalfields Highways on work to strengthened replace bridges, buy land, complete fencing and service relocations. LandCorp chief executive Frank Marra said it has spent about $10 million on a new intersection, a rail crossing, relocation... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Free Press:ACT’s regular bulletin August 1 2016has a more realistic way of bringing back the birdsong: Sanctuary Trust. The nu
Free Press:ACT’s regular bulletin August 1 2016
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 30 days ago
has a more realistic way of bringing back the birdsong: Sanctuary Trust. The nub is that the Government should sell Landcorp (why is the Government in farming?) and put some of the funds in a trust with a hundred year mission to build fenced... Read more

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