A public hearing was held at the Fire Hall in Lairdsville, Pennsylvania, on July 24 to voice concern over the current financial crisis facing dairy farm families throughout America–aptly termed, the economic “Dairy Depression”.
Fonterra’s new chief executive will be paid “substantially less” than the outgoing Theo Spierings. Mr Spierings finishes up next month, saying goodbye to his $8 million-a-year pay deal.
LAST week’s yarding of 3335 head at CQLX Gracemere attracted keen onlookers from local surrounds and interstate.
Taranaki has been blessed with some very interesting characters and inventors.
Glanbia Nutritionals, Dairy Farmers of America and Select Milk Producers Inc. are set to build a new large-scale cheese and whey production facility in St. Johns, Michigan, US as part of a joint venture.
Janet Clark hopes to keep her dairy farm in the family. She inherited Vision Aire Farms from her parents, and now runs it with her younger brother.
The head of a Queensland agricultural company which is investing in the Tasmanian dairy industry says he despairs about the lack of finance from Australian investors.
Australia’s a2 Milk Company has renewed its strategic arrangement with China State Farm Holding Shanghai (CSFA Shanghai) on Tuesday.
Half of New Zealand’s regional councils do not inspect all their dairy farms annually, a new report has claimed. Those regions account for three-quarters of the country’s dairy farms.
After recording its strongest year ever with 913 million litres of milk produced in 2017-18, the Tasmanian dairy industry is planning ahead to lessen the impact of Australia’s drought.