CANADIAN dairy giant Saputo Inc. has given undertakings to Australia’s competition watchdog on the resale of Murray Goulburn’s Koroit factory should it buy the dairy co-operative’s assets.
CONSIDERING the heights of success Erica and Nic Dibden have reached in the dairy industry, it is hard to believe they started out milking from one Jersey cow embryo.
Dairy farmers supplying milk to Fonterra say any proposal to them on ownership options must have a sound economic rationale.
The last rites are being read over the carcass of the woeful beast that was the Murray Goulburn investment vehicle.
Last week Queensland Dairyfarmers’ Organisation (QDO) travelled to Sydney and Melbourne to address important issues regarding the ACCC’s flawed interpretation of functions in the domestic milk market.
DAIRY farmers would be in control of their own destiny with a new co-operative at Koroit, a concept suggested by local farmer Tom Paton.
Infant formula and healthy milk business a2 Milk Company Ltd (Australia) (ASX: A2M) has smashed all expectations for growth thus far, as its shares have rocketed from $1.80-ish in 2016 to $12.58 currently:
The Camperdown Dairy company will only be moderately affected by the collapse this week of fresh food delivery company Aussie Farmers Direct (AFD), the company’s chief executive says.
After more than 100 years on the land, the Gee family is walking off its Hunter Valley dairy farm at Jerrys Plains, blaming low milk prices and rising costs.
COMPETITION from dairy processors scrambling for milk will work in farmers’ favour in the coming one to two years, according to a Rabobank analyst.