Decision support software company, Farmax, believes it has a key tool pastoral farmers can use to help the agriculture industry achieve its goal of doubling exports by 2025. The company’s 2015 conference will focus on helping farmers and rural consultants gain confidence in the tools they need to achieve this objective.
Minister for Primary Industries Hon Nathan Guy will open the conference at Mac’s Function Centre in Wellington on 7-8 May.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand chief executive Dr Scott Champion, OVERSEER general manager Caroline Read and Landcorp Farm Operations general manager Graeme Mulligan will also present over the two-day event.
Conference attendees will receive important insights into the current state of New Zealand’s agricultural industry, as well as the Government’s goal of doubling agricultural exports by 2025.
This goal is well-aligned with Farmax’s main objective, which is to help pastoral farmers increase productivity and profitability through better planning, monitoring, analysing and reviewing.