Pasture First Research head office is based near Lincoln, Canterbury, in the heart of New Zealand’s arable and pastoral food bowl. Blessed with naturally high fertile and well drained soils, dryland and irrigated options, and a large range of agricultural and horticultural enterprises, Pasture First Research can offer independent field studies on a range of agricultural crops at our doorstep.
Our North Island base is located in Southern Taranaki, ideally situated between the intensive dairy region of the Taranaki and the established broadacre, cropping, and livestock enterprises of the Rangitikei/Manawatu and the lower North Island.
Coupled with our Canterbury and lower North Island offices, Pasture First Research also has a network of regional Research Scientists available through the Eastern and Northern North Island to undertake field studies and research projects on a range of pastoral, cropping, horticultural and vegetable species.
Pasture First Research Australia is based in Melbourne, Victoria, offering good access to the intensive dairy regions of Gippsland, the Goulburn Valley and the Western Districts and the broadacre cropping areas of regional Victoria.
Pasture First Research Australia also has a network of regional Research Scientists available throughout Australia to undertake field studies and research projects on a range of pastoral, cropping, horticultural and vegetable species.