Hamish Hammond

Our research will challenge current thinking and add tools for Farm Business management. We aim to involve Lincoln and Massey University staff, rural professionals and farmers in the development and application of the research projects.

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Farm Business Management courses will be offered at Undergraduate, postgraduate and professional Development levels. Courses will be both residential and online. Our teaching will be research informed.

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The Farm Governance Advisory Training Programme

Twelve week professional development course

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Agri Tech Review

New technology identified at the World Ag Exp

Michelle Hunt

Masters Scholar Michelle Hunt

Governance training and development.


Honours Scholar Sam Clements-Stewart

Successful Progression and Equity Growth in the New Zealand Dairy Industry

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Honours Scholar Trevor Sulzberger

Whole farm system modelling

Alice Sterrit

Masters Scholar Alice Sterrit

Dairy Farm Governance: The Perspective of Industry Leaders within the Dairy Sector

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Masters Scholar Aiden Murphy

Innovation Adoption and Management Practices on Canterbury Dairy Farms

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Honours Scholar Stacey Belton

The economic and environmental sustainability of Waikato System 5 dairy farms

Michael Lawrence

Honours Scholar Michael Lawrence

An assessment of rural valuation methods for dairy farm financing

Hannah Bruce

Honours Scholar Hannah Bruce

The decision making process and use of tools by farm management consultants in New Zealand

Sally Peel

Masters Scholar Sally Peel

Investigating crop and dairy complementarities within a Canterbury farming system

Jacob Kambuta

Doctoral Scholar Jacob Kambuta

I was awarded a PhD scholarship to study at Lincoln University for the year 2015...

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Doctoral Scholar Aniek Hilkens

Before starting my PhD in New Zealand, I finished a Bachelor and Master in Appli...