Welcome to AgFirst

AgFirst provides a wide range of services, primarily to the rural sector. We have New Zealand’s largest network of agricultural, horticultural and agricultural engineering consultants, providing high quality service and solutions to ensure New Zealand’s primary industries remain competitive on the world stage.  

The AgFirst group are also applying their skills to other sectors, for example traffic counting logistics, data capture logistics and engineering services to the health sector. If you have any challenge that requires an innovative solution then contact us!
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Featured Articles

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    Dairy Survey Results Article

    Stuff.co.nz reports 'RED INK APLENTY IN NEW DAIRY SURVEY RESULTS'. According to AgFirst's latest financial modelling milk solids income is down 42 per cent on Waikato and Bay of Plenty farms, and 38 per cent down on Southland farms...

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    A change for the better

    Lycinda Lett, Farm Management Consultant for AgFirst Waikato was interviewed for the NZ Dairy Exporter November 2015 issue...

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    Right Up To Speed

    Dairy Exporter Article following the recent AgFirst Field Day held at David Bartley's farm which featured New Zealand's first Rota 2000 solids separation system...

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    MEDIA RELEASE - AGFIRST OPENS NEW OFFICE IN THE MANAWATU-WHANGANUI REGION

    New Zealand’s largest rural consultancy business, AgFirst, are thrilled to be expanding into the Manawatu/Whanganui Region. The new office, headed by Erica van Reenen, will be focused on pastoral agriculture and will offer farmers a range of services...

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    HortNZ Conference 2015 Bledisloe Cup Award

    AgFirst Horticultural Consultant awarded HortNZ Bledisloe Cup...

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    2015 Farmax Consultant of the Year Awards

    Two AgFirst consultants are announced winners at the recent 2015 Farmax Consultant of the Year Awards...

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    Smart Way to Farm

    AgFirst Otago consultant, Nicola Chisholm, said smartphones could improve business efficiency, they are where the future is heading...

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    Concern for Lower Order Sharemilkers

    Lower order sharemilkers joining the industry over the last 12 months would be struggling to survive...


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