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
The report’s first key finding is the dairy sector need to avoid ‘Brexit-Obsession’.
AUSTRALIAN Consolidated Milk announced an opening price on Monday of $5.76 a kilogram of milk solids.
The State Budget handed down by Queensland Treasurer Curtis Pitt last Tuesday has done little to give clear direction for the state’s economy or provide a better deal to its efficient but struggling dairy farmers. By: Brian Tessmann, QDO President
DAIRY industry lobby groups are assessing if the move for processors to include incentives in opening milk price announcements is in contravention of the new voluntary code of conduct. By: SIMONE SMITH
Happy cows may come from California, but their farts could be overheating the atmosphere. By: Jane Wells
To mark the first anniversary of the EU Referendum, Farmers Guardian has asked a number of key figures from the NFU to explain how things have changed for the industry over the past 12 months.
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.
Dairygold has decided to announce a milk price increase of 1c/L for milk manufactured in May; this follows on from similar decisions by other processors in recent days.