A public health group is backing another push to halt dairying expansion and pull public funds from irrigation schemes. By: Jamie Morton
Dairy farmers say the current $4 million tax credit cap isn’t enough to help them offset the costs when sales are low. By: Alessandra Martinez
Major milk processor Murray Goulburn has lifted its opening price for the 2017-18 season from $4.70/kg milk solids to $5.20/kg and increased its forecast range of prices for the season.
This week has seen slightly better news for dairy farmers, with tender offers accepted for SMP and potential for expansion of the sector in Ireland.
Ukraine sees a chance to expand its dairy exports to China as nine more milk product producers have gained access to the Chinese market, local media reported Thursday. By: Mengjie
A new national milk pricing policy in Canada, following a similar move in Ontario, is drawing criticism from the international dairy community and a call for intervention. By: Carol Ryan Dumas
Hedge fund star Dan Loeb thinks life could be sweeter for Nestle, the company behind KitKat chocolate bars and Haagen-Dazs ice cream.
NEW Zealand has been one of several countries supplying Russia with dairy products in the past year as other Western nations have been locked out because of an embargo. By Simone Smith.
All options are still open on dairy trade and negotiators will be “ambitious”, says lead negotiator for the FTA with the European Union, Martin Harvey. By: Pam Tipa
A Central Food Lab in Pune reported that there were no toxic ingredients in the milk samples sent by Tamil Nadu to the laboratory. By: Priyanka Thirumurthy
As butter prices surge, French bakers and pastry chefs worry that their beloved, buttery croissants might become a thing of the past. Meanwhile, anger is building among dairy farmers.