Kellogg Programme 50
Balancing life and work until the cows come home. The potential for a four-day week in the New Zealand dairy industry.
The efficacy of a four-day week amongst the office-based knowledge workers of the New Zealand dairy industry workforce, is explored in this Kellogg report by Daniel Brocx.
This report analyses the impact climate change will have on kiwifruit growing regions with strategies to help kiwifruit growers build resilience.
This report proposes recommendations for New Zealand dairy exporters to explore further growth between New Zealand and Nigeria.
Economic implications of greenhouse gas emission reduction in the New Zealand kiwifruit supply chain – An eco-efficiency perspective.
Investigating both the current and future emission reduction efforts in the New Zealand Kiwifruit supply chain.
Key insights, including feedback from farmers, around learning preferences and decision-making on pasture and homegrown feed.
From supply chain to value chain. Understanding the mindset needed to transition for lamb producers.
This report examines how to change from a supply chain strategy to a value chain strategy and what that means for the farmer.
This report outlines the principles that should underpin the development of a new regulatory regime and provides suggestions on how to proceed.
This report seeks to uncover if improved governance is something that family farming businesses requires and how could it be implemented.
This report looks at the forces influencing the wool market pricing and the opportunities and challenges facing the industry.
This report looks at what causes drench resistance in sheep and what can be recommended to farmers to mitigate the risk.
How does New Zealand ensure we do not get complacent in long-term disease control, specifically Bovine Tuberculosis?
This report, Eradicating Complacency, investigates the current perception and understanding of Bovine TB with farmers and industry, to gauge if there is a level of complacency happening with the disease in NZ.
Which of the current climate change mitigation methods have the least effect on profitability?
This report examines how storage pool formats might influence grower behaviour regarding earning time payments.
Redefining success. Exploring artificial intelligence for benchmarking in New Zealand’s dairy industry.
Is artificial intelligence a solution to disjointed KPI benchmarking: inconsistent data and manual processes hinder business performance measurement.
The potential options for New Zealand livestock farmers to decrease their methane emissions.
This report seeks to understand NZ’s small-scale growers’ integration into the landscape, ecosystems, and communities.
How rostering technology can improve wellbeing, retention and productivity of NZ’s seasonal workforce and what the technology looks like.
What are the impacts on germplasm importers if regulations get harder to comply with and what are the consequences for NZ?
This report aims to help support work in the germplasm import industry, find solutions for import pathways, and keep NZ safe from biological threats.
Who’s next? How is New Zealand’s secondary school education system supporting the pathway to a career in agriculture/horticulture?
This report examines New Zealand’s secondary school education system’s effectiveness in guiding students towards careers in agriculture/horticulture.
This research report examines the current state of women in food and fibre governance.