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
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.
Shares in the a2 Milk company have jumped more than seven per cent to record highs as the company achieves stronger-than-expected infant formula sales in China and Australia.
A Nelson dairy farmer is jump-starting a craft milk industry. By JULIE ILES.
” A cheese factory in central Wisconsin is offering a lifeline to some dairy farms threatened by Canada’s milk pricing policies that may force other farms to close.
A shift by consumers to eat more natural foods such as Western Star butter underpinned Fonterra’s decision to build new $6.2 million cold storage facilities at Cobden, Fonterra Cobden plant manager Bruce Manson says. By Everard Himmelreich
Negotiators will square off with Chinese counterparts in Beijing on Tuesday, marking the official start to the “upgrade” of the historic New Zealand-China historic free trade agreement. By HAMISH RUTHERFORD.