Though he didn’t come from a farming family, from a young age Tim Joseph was fascinated by the idea of living off the land. By Nancy Matsumoto.
Price trends deliver competitive boost and optimism for 2017.
Fonterra said it was “cautiously positive” over dairy prices, even while foreseeing continued market volatility, and raising its estimate for milk output in New Zealand, the top exporting nation.
European Agriculture Commissioner, Phil Hogan says he won’t sell any of the EU’s giant stocks of skimmed milk powder in intervention until the ‘price is right’. By Ciaran Moran.
They were friends for more than 20 years, bonding over sports, golf, gambling and business. But now, former Dean Foods Co. chairman Tom C. Davis is telling a Manhattan jury a story that could send his former pal, Las Vegas gambler Billy Walters, to prison for almost a decade.
Quebec businessman Lino Saputo, who with his family built the cheese empire that bears their name, is Quebec’s richest businessman, according to the 2017 edition of Forbes’ World Billionaires List.
Here’s my summary of the key events overnight that affect New Zealand, with news of worrying financial stresses in China.
FEARS about the future of ryegrass use, concerns about young people entering the industry and frustrations with the dairy profitability were among issues raised at a Dairy Australia meeting at Camperdown last week. By SIMONE SMITH.
Dairy prices, like thermometers and snow, fell last week as Winter Storm Stella attacked the Northeast.
Global Dairy Trade Event 184 concluded with the GDT Price Index up 1.7%. Results: