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Pāmu Farms of New Zealand is the brand name for Landcorp Farming Limited. Pāmu stands for best practice in sustainable and safe farming, and for the unique provenance of New Zealand foods, nutrition products and fibre on global markets.

We chose the Māori word ‘Pāmu’ not just for its literal meaning ‘to farm’ but also to reflect the Māori concept of guardianship of the environment (kaitiakitanga).

Pāmu strives to be a leader in New Zealand agriculture, carefully creating natural products of high quality.

Pamu releases first Integrated Report - returns to paying a dividend

Pāmu Farms of New Zealand (Landcorp) has released its first truly integrated Annual Report for 2018 today.

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Pāmu Releases Half Year Result – good progress despite challenging conditions

Pāmu Farms of New Zealand (Landcorp) has released its half-year result to December 31 2017, which shows the impact of challenging climate conditions. Chief Executive Steven Carden said the half-year profit after tax of $21.9 million was pleasing given a tough spring and summer

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Pāmu Releases Annual Report – shows solid progress in business strategy implementation

Pāmu Farms of New Zealand (Landcorp) has released its Annual Report for 2017, and says ongoing solid trading conditions indicate another profitable year is ahead. Chief Executive Steve Carden said the 2017 net profit after tax of $51.9 million, announced on 31 August, was very pleasing, and reflected the higher returns from milk, beef and venison.

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Landcorp releases 2016/17 financial results

Landcorp has recorded a net profit after tax of $51.9 million on revenue of $233.5 million for the year ended 30 June 2017. This compares to a net profit after tax last year of $11.5 million. Chief executive Steven Carden said the result largely reflects higher returns from milk, beef and venison.

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Landcorp releases 2015/16 financial results

Landcorp has recorded a net profit after tax of $11.5 million and a net operating loss of $9.4 million on revenue of $209 million for the year ended 30 June 2016.

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