PM Jacinda Ardern may have many talents, but an understanding of business is clearly not one of them.
New Zealand’s meat sector is launching a charitable trust to benefit those affected by the mosque attacks in Christchurch.
Animal-rights organisation Save Animals from Exploitation (SAFE) are calling to ban intensive feedlots, which it termed “the Americanisation” of agriculture.
ANZCO Foods Ltd has reported a pre-tax profit of $1.8 million for the year ended December 31, 2017 — 90% lower than the previous year.
An expert in data management in the meat industry is calling for a fundamental change in the technology used in the NAIT (National Animal Identification and Tracing) system.
Meat Industry veteran Sir Graeme Harrison reckons the sector was summed up by a 1994 cartoon captioned, ‘we can’t see, we don’t hear and we don’t talk’.
Meat processor ANZCO Foods made an annual pre-tax profit of $17m last year, a 21% lift on the previous year.
The New Zealand dollar will be the big worry for beef and lamb prices in the next year, says ANZCO chairman Sir Graeme Harrison.
More entrepreneurial spirit is needed in the New Zealand agri-food sector, says meat industry pioneer Sir Graeme Harrison.