Appendix 6 – New Zealand FarmIQ
Table 15 New Zealand FarmIQ project summary
|Project name||Objective of project|
|Programme management and key indicators||To ensure that projects and sub projects all work toward achieving the key performance indicators. These indicators will be a measure of the successful implementation of the programme as a whole.|
|Market analysis||To develop capability to identify and understand markets which are willing and able to pay a premium for quality products and develop products to meet their individual specifications.|
|IT and database||To be a catalyst for the establishment and operation of a data collection and analysis mechanism able to support animal specific performance analysis.|
|Genetics||To develop new genetic and genomic capabilities to enable the identification, isolation, and selection of desired animal traits to improve the ability to produce products to customer/consumer specification.|
|Processing||To put in place the necessary traceability infrastructure and develop new technologies and capabilities to enable meat yield and quality information to be collected during processing.|
|Farm productive capacity||To drive improved on-farm production and performance through best practice production systems, capturing data (both farm and animal centric) and aligning this with the integrated value chain.|
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