With the rise of A2 milk, demands for non-seasonal production, and an urgent need for a social license from the wider community. By: Keith Woodford
Prices have dropped slightly in the global dairy auction overnight, in the first fall since early March.
Global Dairy Trade Event 190 concluded with the GDT Price Index down 0.8%
While many bemoan the US’s departure from the Paris Agreement, a recent government report shows New Zealand’s greenhouse gas emissions are far from meeting our own commitments.
Fonterra has pulled some of its milk off shelves in the lower North Island after receiving complaints about it having an unpleasant flavour.
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.
Butter prices took nearly to one-third their gain at GlobalDairyTrade this year, echoing gains in other markets, fuelled by ideas that milk output in the key European market has fallen short of expectations. By: Mike Verdin
Making their farm safe has meant big changes for a West Coast farming couple and their staff, reports Patricia Thompson.
Global Dairy Trade Event 189 concluded with the GDT Price Index up 0.6%. Key Results:
Reducing nitrogen on pasture need not be a detriment to great results when it comes to dairy farming, research by the Lincoln University Dairy Farm (LUDF) shows.