Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing

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This includes operators “growing crops, raising animals, growing and harvesting timber, and harvesting fish and other animals from farms or their natural habitats” (Trewin and Pink, 2006, p. 76) and support services for that production.


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Operators involved in Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing will have one or a combination of the following activities as the primary activity of their operations:


Agriculture


Aquaculture


Forestry and Logging

Operators involved in Forestry and Logging will have one or a combination of the following activities as the primary activity of their operations: forest product gathering; forestry growing operation; kauri gum digging; native orchid gathering; pine cone collecting; resin gathering; sphagnum moss gathering; firewood cutting (forest); logging; mine timber hewing (forest); pole hewing (forest); post shaping (forest); railway sleeper hewing; rough shaping of forest timber; timber hewing (forest); and/or tree cutting or felling.


Fishing, Hunting and Trapping


Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing Support Services

Operators involved in Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing Support Services will have one or a combination of the following activities as the primary activity of their operations: forest conservation; forest nursery operation; forest pest control (except aerial or wild animal control); forest planting; reafforestation; silvicultural activities; timber plantation maintenance; timber tract maintenance; tree pruning (forest); and/or tree thinning (forest).

References

Trewin, Dennis and Brian Pink. (2006). Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC) – 2006. Canberra: Australian Bureau of Statistics/Statistics New Zealand.


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