FONTERRA HAS announced an opening price of $5.85 per kilo of milk solids for the 2018–19 season and a forecast closing rage of $5.85–$6.20 kg/MS.
Despite griping about how much they are paid compared to their Kiwi counterparts, Fonterra’s Australian dairy farmers have been queuing up to supply it with their milk.
Keytone Dairy plans to increase production and China exports with the $15 million raised ahead of a planned float on the Australian share market.
Organic milk now has its place among the wide variety of milk available on the supermarket shelf.
Results of a Teagasc study, which analysed labour issues on 38 dairy farms – with herd sizes ranging from 60 to 600 cows – were presented at this week’s International Agricultural Workforce Conference.
The fallout from the trade war the U.S. is waging against various friends and foes is starting to hit Wisconsin.
While low milk prices and a trade war continue to make things difficult for America’s dairy farmers, a northeast U.S. cooperative is asking the government to step in and help boost milk prices.
Greg Blatz doesn’t believe there would be a future in farming for him had his father remained in conventional dairy farming.
French food group Danone is investigating reports that its new Aptamil baby milk formula has made some infants unwell in Britain, but the company has reassured New Zealanders the product is not sold here.
Why is the Trump administration targeting dairy products in its trade dispute with Canada?