Farmers react to Fonterra fallout

Yesterday Theo Spierings, who earns $8 million a year, announced he will leave the dairy co-operative. His resignation came the same day as the company announced a $348 million loss for the six months to September.

Lloyd Downing, who has been farming for 50 years near Morrinsville, and vice chairman of Federated Farmers, Wayne Langford, are on the line.

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Source: Radio New Zealand

Link: http://103.14.3.1/national/programmes/morningreport/audio/2018637207/farmers-react-to-fonterra-fallout

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