Commodity prices remain as greatest concern for New Zealand agribusiness

A recent survey conducted by business advisory firm Crowe Horwath during the Southern Field Days asked farmers, rural professionals and others heavily involved in New Zealand agribusiness for their views on the industry’s key influences. Technology, farm management practices, favourable interest rates, improved rural connectivity and continued education and training were identified as the factors … Continue reading “Commodity prices remain as greatest concern for New Zealand agribusiness”

China still burns brightly for New Zealand agribusiness

“China is far from finished as a key driver of growth for the New Zealand agribusiness sector,” says Hayden Dillon, head of corporate agribusiness for Crowe Horwath. Despite recent negative market commentary coming out of China, Dillon, who recently toured our largest trading partner with the BNZ’s Port to Plate tour, was optimistic for the … Continue reading “China still burns brightly for New Zealand agribusiness”