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What would responsible pastoralism mean? A strategic ‘glue’

What would responsible pastoralism mean? (A strategic ‘glue’)

By Peter Kerr for sticK

(sticK - 22 November 2012 ) My contention is, by branding our method and taking that through on products to the consumer, NZ Inc would become the global custodians for responsible pastoralism.

What would that mean?

In one word, ‘glue’.

I argue that as nation of rugged individualists, the thing that has been missing for our farmers, our agritech, our marketers and our publics is a common sense of purpose.

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