On Defining Farming for ProfitMonday, May 14, 2001
The Alderney in his column on the events in the life of a Manawatu dairy farmer raises some very pertinent
points on how we as farmers measure, and implement our daily management.
It has been long understood that discussion groups as a means for farm extension, particularly when
members of the group become well known to each other, become debates where the arguments can drift
into the form rather than fact for impact.
The Alderney raises the interesting problem of the vision on the 'one true way to succeed', in farming.
Where arguments from both ends of the high or low inputs argument claim there examples of success
Take time to read the Alderney's thoughts by clicking on "Farmers View".