Pastoral agriculture, the backbone of the New Zealand economy, is confronted with economic, environmental, animal health, public perception, policy and climate challenges. The current approach of aiming for maximum output is no longer economically nor environmentally viable. The public want farmers to be successful, but together we need to improve and enhance our social license.
The volatility of the climate, commodity price fluctuations, and new regulations make it even more critical for some farming systems to change and adapt.
We work with you and your farm team to develop farm systems adapt and reconfigure to remain profitable, & become financially & environmentally resilient. Research, evidence, policy advice at national and regional levels have assisted good outcomes for innovative farmers in Regional Plan/Environment Court / EPA hearings. Our business and economic data amassed on multiple businesses over the last decade tells a consistent story and helps provide valuable information and insight into economically, environmentally and socially sustainable solutions.