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Editorial and insights

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Complexity is the new normal

Rural New Zealand is the backbone of the country’s economy, and while that’s a big cross to bear, there’s opportunity through every market cycle.

Up to speed

Significant advances have been made in recent years to give rural New Zealand better access to internet and mobile phone coverage, with even better connectivity on its way for many farmers and growers – both in the office and out in the field.

The journey from volume to value

The shift from volume to value-added premium food offerings has been a strategic goal for quite some time in New Zealand, ultimately embedding greater returns for farmers and growers.

Green shoots

A no-dig garden provides more than just food for thought – your wallet, mind and health will thank you.

High country

In an increasingly globalised world, the draw of the South Island’s iconic high-country stations remains strong.

Building resilient rural communities

Bayleys’ engagement with its valued rural clients runs deep, with a number of partnerships in initiatives that foster resilient rural communities.

Through the looking glass

As food supply chains come under pressure from extreme weather events and rising inflation, lifestyle block owners can leverage the productive capability of their landholding.

We’re all in this together

It’s been heartening to see first-hand how rural communities have mobilised to provide immediate support following recent catastrophic weather events.

Happy dairying

Third-generation dairy farmer Glen Herud has established Happy Cow Milk, a system that supplies technology and regulatory systems to dairy farmers to enable them to sell their milk locally and support their communities.

Harvesting sunshine

New Zealand’s goal of achieving 100-percent renewable energy by 2030 is a big one, but also one that farmers may find themselves in the best position to take advantage of as demand grows for zero-carbon power generation, with the sun as the source.

Animal farm

First comes the lifestyle block, then comes the animals – but are you ready to take on more mouths?

Rural sector has grit

Across the rural property sectors, activity is strong and the outlook is good.

Complexity is the new normal

Rural New Zealand is the backbone of the country’s economy, and while that’s a big cross to bear, there’s opportunity through every market cycle.

Up to speed

Significant advances have been made in recent years to give rural New Zealand better access to internet and mobile phone coverage, with even better connectivity on its way for many farmers and growers – both in the office and out in the field.

The journey from volume to value

The shift from volume to value-added premium food offerings has been a strategic goal for quite some time in New Zealand, ultimately embedding greater returns for farmers and growers.

Green shoots

A no-dig garden provides more than just food for thought – your wallet, mind and health will thank you.

High country

In an increasingly globalised world, the draw of the South Island’s iconic high-country stations remains strong.

Building resilient rural communities

Bayleys’ engagement with its valued rural clients runs deep, with a number of partnerships in initiatives that foster resilient rural communities.

Through the looking glass

As food supply chains come under pressure from extreme weather events and rising inflation, lifestyle block owners can leverage the productive capability of their landholding.

We’re all in this together

It’s been heartening to see first-hand how rural communities have mobilised to provide immediate support following recent catastrophic weather events.

Happy dairying

Third-generation dairy farmer Glen Herud has established Happy Cow Milk, a system that supplies technology and regulatory systems to dairy farmers to enable them to sell their milk locally and support their communities.

Harvesting sunshine

New Zealand’s goal of achieving 100-percent renewable energy by 2030 is a big one, but also one that farmers may find themselves in the best position to take advantage of as demand grows for zero-carbon power generation, with the sun as the source.

Animal farm

First comes the lifestyle block, then comes the animals – but are you ready to take on more mouths?

Rural sector has grit

Across the rural property sectors, activity is strong and the outlook is good.

Complexity is the new normal

Rural New Zealand is the backbone of the country’s economy, and while that’s a big cross to bear, there’s opportunity through every market cycle.

Up to speed

Significant advances have been made in recent years to give rural New Zealand better access to internet and mobile phone coverage, with even better connectivity on its way for many farmers and growers – both in the office and out in the field.

The journey from volume to value

The shift from volume to value-added premium food offerings has been a strategic goal for quite some time in New Zealand, ultimately embedding greater returns for farmers and growers.

Green shoots

A no-dig garden provides more than just food for thought – your wallet, mind and health will thank you.

High country

In an increasingly globalised world, the draw of the South Island’s iconic high-country stations remains strong.

Building resilient rural communities

Bayleys’ engagement with its valued rural clients runs deep, with a number of partnerships in initiatives that foster resilient rural communities.

Through the looking glass

As food supply chains come under pressure from extreme weather events and rising inflation, lifestyle block owners can leverage the productive capability of their landholding.

We’re all in this together

It’s been heartening to see first-hand how rural communities have mobilised to provide immediate support following recent catastrophic weather events.

Happy dairying

Third-generation dairy farmer Glen Herud has established Happy Cow Milk, a system that supplies technology and regulatory systems to dairy farmers to enable them to sell their milk locally and support their communities.

Harvesting sunshine

New Zealand’s goal of achieving 100-percent renewable energy by 2030 is a big one, but also one that farmers may find themselves in the best position to take advantage of as demand grows for zero-carbon power generation, with the sun as the source.

Animal farm

First comes the lifestyle block, then comes the animals – but are you ready to take on more mouths?

Rural sector has grit

Across the rural property sectors, activity is strong and the outlook is good.