Robots can take up the early morning and afternoon milking duties and free up the farmer to complete other important jobs on the farm, writes Jamie Gray.
Amid an historic glut, a secretive, government-sponsored entity is putting cheese anywhere it can stuff it.
In a usual year, Taco Bell juggles about 4,000 new menu ideas. A dozen, maybe, will ever see the light of day. By: Clint Rainey
BARRY Paterson from Cohuna Car Sales said last financial year was the toughest year he has encountered.
Thomas Dwan and his parents, Eddie and Ann, were the winners of the NDC & Kerrygold Quality Milk Awards in 2014. By: Gillian Dufficy
Beyond the 6.5 million dairy cattle in New Zealand, sheep and goats are developing their own enthusiastic customer bases, particularly throughout Asia. By: James Penn
MANAGING growth to match market demand is a wise way to ensure the future of the dairy industry is prosperous, according to the boss of Canadian dairy giant Saputo. By: SIMONE SMITH
A substantial increase in the price of cream has forced butter and cheese giant Dairy Crest to cut back on its promotional deals in an attempt to relieve mounting pressure on margins. By: Sam Dean
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.
The shortfall in butter production in Europe is driving up wholesale prices, and yes retail prices are going to go up. However, the rises are much more dramatic in wholesale terms (doubled in a year) than they will be in retail terms. By: Richard Dillon
The Indian dairy market holds tremendous potential that can be harnessed with focussed strategies. Worth INR 5,000 billion in 2016, 80% of the industry remains unorganized.
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.