Tuesday, 20 October 2020
The Waibury group owns and operates a number of dairy farms and grazing-support farms situated predominantly in the North Canterbury region. Read more about each of our farms here.

Welcome to Waibury Agricultural Farm Investments

Welcome to Waibury Agricultural Investments, specialists in New Zealand farm investment. The group owns and operates a number of dairy farming and grazing-support share farming locations throughout NZ and predominantly in the North Canterbury region. Waibury identifies farms that meet the group's long term farm investment strategy. Waibury secures on farm equity managers / operators to increase the long-term productivity of these investment farms through prudent capital development if required. It maximises production, cash flow and expected payout resulting in increased capital value.

Waibury Agricultural Investments has been in operation in Dairy Farming and Farm investments since 2000. As such Waibury Agricultural Investments has honed its Dairy Farm Management through time to ensure all our investment farms operate to best practice. Best practice is a threefold concept, on farm practices, financial viability and sustainability.

Waibury Agricultural Investments hand picks equity managers to ensure on farm performance is consistently maintained resulting in farm investment returns being consistently better than that achieved by the market.

Waibury has chosen North Canterbury as the main focus of its Investment Farms because of the performance reliability the district provides. The relative reliability of the irrigation makes for efficient dairy farming allowing consistent performance targets to be set and met.

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COVID-19 Update Waibury Agricultural Farm Investments

Mon 6-Apr-2020

Covid-19 Update: The dairy industry has been deemed an essential service. As such all our farms and support services are operating as normal with the appropriate safety protocols in place for the current environment.

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Essential Freshwater Package & Farming

Tue 18-Feb-2020

The Government has consulted on some significant proposals for freshwater management, which will affect a number of dairy farmers as well as other farmers, and urban and rural communities.

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Nutrient Management

Wed 22-Jan-2020

Under the Sustainable Dairying: Water Accord, milk companies have signed up to collect and model nitrogen (N) loss and nitrogen conversion efficiency (NCE) from all dairy farms. This means farmers will need to provide N loss and NCE performance information and benchmarks to their suppliers.

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