Farms like the Phil-Mar-Ru in Wisconsin depend on what is called ultra-filtered milk that for decades was sold to Canada. By Michael Tobin.
The latest figures show that infant milk formula (IMF) exports to China were up last month compared with March 2016. By Amy McShane.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy says there is a limit to further dairy intensification in New Zealand and growing exports in the future will depend more on increasing the value of products rather than the volume. By
Even with record U.S. demand, organic dairies look for buyers. A few producers forced to sell at lower price or just dump it. By Megan Durisin
Ireland is still one of the lowest cash cost producers of milk internationally, according to a recent Teagasc report on the competitiveness of the main sectors in Irish agriculture. By Conor Finnerty.
For northern Victorian dairy farmer, Dianne Bowles, the past year has left her $150,000 in the red. By Clint Jasper
New Zealand’s second largest dairy company Open Country Dairy has announced its opening forecast for the new dairy season, with an average milk price of $6.25-$6.55 paid to its farmers for every kilogram of milk solids produced. By GERALD PIDDOCK.
There were plenty of gumboots at the Patetonga Hall in the Hauraki Plains last Friday, as support agencies and flood-affected farmers came together to discuss progress following the recent wet weather.
JON Ryan still sends his milk to Murray Goulburn. By SIMONE SMITH.
Dairy product prices are up at Fonterra’s GlobalDairyTrade auction, rising for the third time in a row and offering a boost to sentiment.