A fourth generation dairy farmer and second generation veterinarian, Alison is a firm believer that our future food production systems have to profitable and resilient while protecting and replenishing ecological health.
Rachel has over 10 years experience providing technical advice to farmers on a range of topics including soil fertility and nutrient management, farm systems optimisation and ruminant nutrition.
Brenna believes using global resources efficiently will advance the health of all species.
Working locally to achieve this, she has a particular focus in linking welfare of people and animals.
Sarah works to bridge human and ecological wellbeing by developing effective relationships with people and communities to foster both self-awareness, and environmental awareness.
Manu was brought up on a North Canterbury farm where his father instilled in him a land ethic and the need to appreciate that wildlife can coexist with farming.
One World - One Health is our guiding principle
We are consultants who focus on the well-being of people, animals and ecosystems. We support low footprint farming systems to operate profitably.
The core values that guide our work are:
We listen to and engage with people from all walks of life and all industries.
We are not influenced by corporate systems nor political agendas.
We focus on health and bringing the heart back to the land.
We do what we believe in and act as we say we do.
CO-OPERATION & COMMUNITY
Our work seeks to support our diverse communities, and prioritise "one world – one health".
Adjunct Senior Lecturer in Ruminant Nutrition, University of New England.
B. Sci. Ag., M. Ag. Sci., PhD
Technical advisers may provide expert technical advice to Tipu Whenua on request; such advice is provided without any liability or obligation and Tipu Whenua has absolute discretion and accepts sole responsibility and liability as to whether or not any advice provided is accepted or acted upon.