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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 protects 1320 hectares under QEII covenant in Otago

Pamu protects 1320 hectares under QEII covenant in Otago

Pāmu has committed 1320 hectares of land on its Waipori farm in Outram, Otago to permanent protection under a covenant with the QEII National Trust.

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Pamu proud to provide wool for world's first woollen surf board

Pamu proud to provide wool for world's first woollen surf board

Surfboard’s made of wool are the next front in securing wool’s long term future for New Zealand’s agricultural sector.

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Groundbreaking trial seeks links to agricultural GHG emissions

It may seem like a long bow to draw, but a groundbreaking trial at Pāmu’s Waikite farm, will test the link between the administration of long-acting drench products in sheep, and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

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Pāmu ensures	protection of South Island wetlands

Pāmu ensures protection of South Island wetlands

​Pāmu Farms of New Zealand has guaranteed the protection of 1456 hectares of land at its Mt Hamilton Station, near Te Anau, with the establishment of a QEII National Trust Covenant.

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MOU to give Landcorp's environmental efforts a boost

Landcorp has strengthened its ties with Conservation Volunteers New Zealand (CVNZ) by signing a Memorandum of Understanding today.

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Landcorp farms to stop using PKE

Landcorp announced today that palm kernel expeller (PKE) will not be used on any of its farms from the end of this financial year. Chief executive Steven Carden said that all Landcorp farms would transition to alternative feed supplements by June 2017.

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