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Tracey Perkins Kellogg Report

Domestic Marketing of the Dairy Industry.

Bridget Newson McNully Kellogg Report

Future Proofing the Red Meat Processing Industry

Stephen Bell Kellogg Report

Can A Northland Dairy Farm Be High Input and Remain Sustainable?

Rachel Weal Kellogg Report

Land Use Change Diversification in Northland.

Nicholas Woolsey Kellogg Report

Heat Pump Pollen Drying.

Munazza Saeed Kellogg Report

Labour shortage – The role of technology led innovation in the kiwifruit industry.

Michael Green Kellogg Report

Permaculture-design and the implementation of regenerative agriculture principles.

Mihi Harris Kellogg Report

Farming Whenua Māori in Tai Tokerau: Pathways to Success.

Mary Bartlett Kellogg Report

Is there a future for strong wool?

Opportunities and challenges in creating functioning horticulture ecosystem for Te Tai Tokerau.

Some things New Zealand sheep and beef farmers should understand about climate change and farm greenhouse gas emissions.

Jeremy Lawson - A review of wetlands

A review of wetlands and other methods of reducing P and N loss into waterways.

Accelerating Bioprotectant Development and Commercialisation from New Zealand

Operating a successful low-tech, small scale mushroom farm.

Operating a successful low-tech, small scale mushroom farm.

Catherine Miller - How might we develop a food system that benefits everyone in the community.

How might we develop a food system that benefits everyone in the community.

Northland Hill Country and the Implications of Change for Landowners.

What is the future of grocery? Millennials, branding and big data.

Partial land use diversification to strengthen income and business resilience.

Our programmes work in partnership with some of New Zealand’s leading agribusiness organisations – click here for more.​