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Chairman Tom Williams, ladies and gentlemen: thank you for the invitation to speak with you today.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

Chairman Alistair Polsen, chief executive Tony St Clair, ladies and gentlemen: thank you for the invitation to speak with you today.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

The Government would monitor the effects of new regulatory regimes on the provision of agricultural chemicals and the introduction of new plants and animals, Agriculture Minister Jim Sutton said today.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

The Government has received the report from the Waitangi Tribunal on the Taranaki Maori claim following the restructuring of the dairy industry and will be considering it carefully, Maori Affairs Minister Parekura Horomia and Agriculture Minister Jim Su

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

The Government is to pay for the development of a strategic plan for the organic agriculture sector, Agriculture Minister Jim Sutton said today.

Mr Sutton said the organic sector had gone through a period of rapid growth in New Zealand.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

Gross revenues from agriculture and forestry are expected to rise in the year to March next year, Agriculture Minister Jim Sutton said today.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

The Opposition are engaging in irresponsible scaremongering, Agriculture Minister Jim Sutton said today.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry and the Waitakere City Council have agreed the minister should step in as a solution to enable the eradication of the Painted Apple Moth, Biosecurity Minister Jim Sutton said today.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

Five Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry Quarantine Service staff have been awarded East Timor medals in recognition of their service in the war-torn country.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

A new bill updating and streamlining the arrangements governing the wine industry is to be introduced next year, Agriculture Minister Jim Sutton said today.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

Three people have been appointed to make up the board of inquiry into the proposed national Bovine TB strategy, Agriculture Minister Jim Sutton said today.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

Three people have been appointed to make up the board of inquiry into the proposed national Bovine TB strategy, Agriculture Minister Jim Sutton said today.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

Intense consultations to find a way around the standoff between the European Union and most other World Trade Organisation members over the draft declaration text on agriculture would continue for at least another day, Trade Negotiations Minister Jim Su

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

Potential tax liability on Wool Board reserves was an issue that the Government would consider as part of any proposal to restructure the industry, Agriculture Minister Jim Sutton said today.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

Chairman Bruce Munro, ladies and gentlemen: As a long-time wool producer, as well as the holder of two significant economic portfolios, I appreciate the opportunity to attend part of your conference and to convey to you some of my own views.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

Ladies and Gentlemen: New Zealand is an agricultural trading nation. We make the vast majority of our money by selling our dairy products, our meat and wool, and our trees to other countries.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

An investigation to ensure Commodity Levies Act procedures are as efficient as possible could be worthwhile, Agriculture Minister Jim Sutton said today.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

Ladies and Gentlemen: thank you for the invitation to be here today.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

Agriculture Minister Jim Sutton today congratulated the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals for its enabling consumers to buy eggs certified as coming from hens which were free range.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

Ladies and Gentlemen: thank you for the invitation to speak tonight.

Forestry is standing on the threshhold of huge opportunities here in New Zealand.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

Higher earnings from agriculture and forestry are expected to continue, Agriculture Minister Jim Sutton said today.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

Bills restructuring the apple and dairy industries have been passed, enabling those industries to begin new eras, Agriculture Minister Jim Sutton said today.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

Chairman Bill Falconer, executive director Brian Lynch, ladies and gentlemen: thank you for the invitation to speak to you today.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

Chairman Barry Englebrecht, ladies and gentlemen: thank you for inviting me to speak tonight.

Water management is an important issue, and it is one that I believe is only going to be more important in the future.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture