One hundred and forty-one years ago the first piece of land was sold at the Otoia Opaku Block. By: JANE MATTHEWS
Farm profits in the United States are expected to rise for the first time in three years during 2017, according to a recent forecast by the United States Department of Agriculture. By: Jared Kline
Unprecedented changes are hitting the dairy industry in southern Australia, with a “supply chain revolution” underway that had snapped the traditional loyalty farmers had to processors. By: Darren Gray
Over 500 farmers attended three highly informative ‘Dairy Innovation in Practice’ farm road show events this week in Banbridge, Enniskillen and Newtownstewart.
China has banned European soft cheeses because it says they contain too much bacteria, but Fonterra’s multi-million dollar mozzarella, cheddar and cream cheese exports have so far eluded the crackdown. By: GERARD HUTCHING
A well-known Ottawa dairy farmer and agriculture advocate is trying to stay strong after a fire ripped through his barn killing about 80 cows.
The positive news comes after Dairy Crest warned in July that the rising price of cream would cut into its margins.
Cathedral City cheese boosted sales at Dairy Crest, helping to soften the blow of “substantially” higher cream prices. By: Ben Chapman
Russia’s ban on imported agricultural products, including dairy products, is due to end in December 2017, boosting global dairy prices, says an industry report. By: Pam Tipa
Today it was made known that Henk Kamp, the Minister of Economic Affairs, has granted 130 million euro SDE+ subsidy to Cooperative Jumpstart for the installation of 103 manure monofermentation systems at dairy farms.
Odisha Milk Farmers’ Association today urged Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik to fix Rs 30 as the minimum support price per litre of milk in the state.
KERLÉGO, France — A dairy farmer, Jean-Pierre Le Guelvout, once kept 66 cows at a thriving estate in southern Brittany. But falling milk prices, accumulating debts, depression and worries about his health in middle age became too much to bear. By: PAMÉLA ROUGERIE