Blessed with the ideal climate and wide open spaces, New Zealand is the ideal country for pastoral farming which grows healthy livestock for the production of milk products and meat. New Zealand has just under 10 million hectares of grassland.
New Zealand farmers are amongst the most efficient in the world. Our country of 4.3 million people produces enough animal food products to feed over 50 million people each year. Dairying is New Zealand’s largest industry with over half of our export earnings coming from the agricultural sector.
Our farming systems are predominately grass based, and our use of world leading technologies minimises labour input to generate maximum productivity and profitability. A sound reason to consider investing in our farming industry.
There is also a reduction in the amount of arable land available in the world. This is being reduced by urbanization and the competition of other crops. This shortage of productive land is likely to see upwards pressure on prices.
Our largest dairy processing company – Fonterra – supplies 1/3 of cross border global trade each year. They process over 22 billion litres of milk annually and supply dairy products to 140 countries around the world.
Roger Dickie (N.Z.) Limited offers you the opportunity to share in the success of New Zealand’s dairy industry through farm investment.
Disclaimer:Roger Dickie (N.Z.) Limited, or one of its related companies, is promoting an offer of shares in a company called Eastbourne Dairy Farm Limited to purchase Eastbourne Dairy Farm.While every care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information presented here, it is not intended to, nor does it contain, all the information that a purchaser of securities may require, nor is it intended to provide the basis for any investment decision or be considered a recommendation by Roger Dickie or by any other person referred to. No indication of interest will involve an obligation or commitment of any kind. No money is currently being sought and no applications for securities will be accepted unless the prospective investor use the application forms accompanying an investment statement and registered prospectus.