New Zealand dairy processors will struggle to fill existing and planned capacity in coming years as milk supply growth slows, according to a report. By: Su-San Sit
In New Zealand farms, Filipino migrant workers in “desperate situations” face widespread mistreatment.
Fonterra is banking on a diverse product mix and a more open relationship with farmers to help it grow in Australia. By: CARLENE DOWIE
New Zealand dairy processors will struggle to fill existing and planned capacity in coming years as an anticipated decline in milk supply leads to more cautious investment in capacity, according to a new report from Rabobank.
Fewer farms were sold in the three months through July as difficult winter conditions dented activity, although prices lifted due to improved farmer confidence, the Real Estate Institute said. By: TINA MORRISON
The mistreatment of cows in what has been called the largest case of animal neglect in the South Island dairy sector is appalling, says sector group DairyNZ.
The last 20 years of runaway growth for the dairy industry will soon come to an end as environmental limits are reached, Rabobank says. By: GERARD HUTCHING
Synlait Milk, the NZX-listed milk processor, said regulatory approval for its ‘grass-fed’ infant formula in the US is taking longer than expected.
Dairy product prices declined at the Global Dairy Trade auction, easing for the fourth time in five auctions.
More cautious investment over the next five years is likely as New Zealand dairy processors struggle to fill existing and planned capacity, Rabobank dairy analyst Emma Higgins says. By: Sally Rae