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.
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.
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.
The European Commission is telling the world that its milk reduction scheme has worked, so why not get Brussels to make permanent provision for such a support platform for the dairy industry – courtesy of the upcoming CAP review? By Richard Halleron
China’s trading partners are bringing the top U.N. food standards official to Beijing in a last-ditch attempt to persuade regulators to scale back plans to require intensive inspections of food imports — including such low-risk items as wine and chocolate — that Washington and Europe say could disrupt billions of dollars in commerce.
Most shoppers in the dairy aisle probably never give it a lot of thought.
If you drink milk, you may be a neo-Nazi racist. No joke.
It’s cars versus cows. By ANTONELLA ARTUSO, TORONTO SUN.
Devin Nunes once said all he wanted to do was work on a dairy farm. By EILEEN SULLIVAN AND GARANCE BURKE.
Recently, a group of mothers complained about the TVB Jade programme Scoop discussing the benefits of breast milk versus formula milk. They questioned the information provided in the show, considering the revenue the TV station will earn from the adverts it runs by producers of breast milk substitutes.