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TWO-MINUTE FARMER -- NEWS FROM AROUND THE REGION
Tag this: Farmers are being hit in the pocket, with saleyards now charging them to sell NAIT-registered cattle.
Milking the farmer
Farmers furious about extra layers
of bureaucracy have something
new to fume about -- saleyards are
now charging them for their part
in the national animal
identification and tracing (NAIT)
scheme to track cattle.
Farmers already pay NAIT tag and
slaughter levies per head of cattle
ranging from $1.10 plus GST a tag
to $13 plus GST a head at
slaughter for "impractical to tag"
However, a Waikato stockyards
have confirmed they are charging
an administration fee of $1.50 plus
GST per head of cattle, with half
paid by the seller and half by the
Agriculture and industrial
equipment maker Skellerup has
posted a record profit, with the
bottom line boosted by increased
revenue from its industrial division
and tighter margin controls across
The Christchurch-based company
has reported a net profit for the 12
months to June 30 of $24.7
million, about 22 per cent higher
than a year ago.
That beat the firm s own earnings
guidance range of $22m to $23m.
Revenue rose 7.1 per cent to
$207m, outstripping a 6 per cent
increase in cost of sales, which
came in at $123.2m for the year.
Earnings before interest and tax
rose 13.6 per cent to $32.2m.
Back in the black
PGG Wrightson s focus on its core
rural businesses has paid off, with
the firm s books returning back to
the black thanks to improved
performances from its rural
supplies and livestock divisions.
The rural services provider posted
a net profit of $24.5 million for the
year ending June 30, up from a
net loss of $30.7m in the previous
The result was shy of the $25.4m
consensus forecast and Forsyth
Barr s estimate of a $26.2m profit.
Alliance in South America
Southland lamb meat is being
shipped to Brazil this week after
the Alliance Group gained a
foothold in the potentially
lucrative South American market.
Alliance Group chief executive
Grant Cuff said the first shipment
of its Pure South range was
expected to arrive in the Port of
Santos in Sao Paulo on September
Alliance Group sent a delegation
to South America about two years
Cow abortions cruel'
The SPCA is calling for the dairy
industry to keep the pressure on
"bad farmers to continue the
phase-out of the practice of
inducing abortions in dairy cows.
SPCA chief executive Robyn
Kippenberger said that inducing
abortions to make all cows in a
herd milk at the same time was a
cruel practice, causing
unnecessary suffering to the
calves that died as a result.
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