Scales Corporation is a diversified agribusiness group. It comprises three operating divisions: Global Proteins, Horticulture and Logistics.
Category: NZ Agribusiness
Forum celebrates farmer network – Rural News
… and getting the most out of teams, to KPMG NZ global head of agribusiness Ian Proudfoot talking about the concept of the ‘conscious consumer’.
Many farmers and growers did not have adequate insurance cover for flood fencing damage
Rural insurers say there have been reports of stock and crop losses after flooding in rural south Auckland and Waikato farms.
Farmers ‘careful with their chequebooks’ at Field Days as weaker commodity prices, higher costs bite
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Young leaders take out agribusiness award – Rural News
She is also a health, safety and wellbeing advocate for agriculture and in 2023 received the Rural Women NZ Rural Champion Award. Highett lives in …
Two young leaders earn top Australasian agribusiness award – Beef Central
Harriet Bremner is a New Zealand farmer at Jericho Station, Southland, a children’s book author, and the founder and director of Gurt and Pops.
New technical adviser appointed – Rural News
The role will see Stokes help Animal and Plant Health NZ members tackle the hurdles associated with bringing innovative solutions to New Zealand …
People on the Move: Appointments, retirements, achievements – Sheep Central
Praneet commenced his career with the NZ Defence Force where he was … countless Australian and New Zealand agribusiness owners and managers to …
NZ ‘food ‘n’ fibre capital’ is anchored by agribusiness – Rural News
NZ ‘food ‘n’ fibre capital’ is anchored by agribusiness … with Palmerston North at its centre, is New Zealand’s ‘Food and Fibre’ capital.
The boom and bust of Cyclone Gabrielle – Interest.co.nz
Flood-damaged carpets and furniture are piling up across Auckland as the region cleans up after the storm flooding. (Image: Rebecca Stevenson).