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What does our agriculture offer?....romance and reassurance

What does our agriculture offer?........romance and reassurance

By Peter Kerr for sticK

(sticK - 13 November 2012 ) I’ll be the first to admit that the frilly, intangible, non-scientific aspects of what and how we produce our agricultural products can be a tricky little number to get your head around.

Much of what we’re good at doing as a nation is hard-edged, ‘proven’ – be it across on and off farm technical performance, engineering disciplines, the All Blacks even – all those things that you can measure and monitor.

But, for a moment let’s just sit and accept these quantifiable aspects.
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