While overall dairy exports from New Zealand and Australia are declining, the European Union is showing strong export growth, says Fonterra’s November Global Dairy Update.
A move in the EU over licensing the use of glyphosate is bothering the farming industry.
Fonterra's short reign as Australia’s biggest milk processor could be over early next year.
Brexit presents “the biggest seismic change” to the dairy industry in the UK, says Tomas Pietrangeli, UK managing director of Arla Foods.
Canadian dairy company Saputo says its acquisition of Murray Goulburn will add to and complement the activities of its dairy division in Australia.
An Irish politician is blaming the inflexibility and hardline tactics of the European Union (EU) on the UK voting to leave the bloc.
The New Zealand meat industry could be hit by fallout from the tense and divisive Brexit negotiations.
Two 80-BAIL Waikato Milking Systems (WMS) rotary platforms are at the heart of a new 10,000 cow dairy farm in China.
Australia's key dairy region is facing a “supply chain revolution,” says Rabobank senior dairy analyst Michael Harvey.
Southern German dairying practice of keeping cows indoors 24/7 makes a convincing argument for getting cows out of winter cold -- or mid-summer heat -- and explaining why more cow barns are springing up in the south of New Zealand.
Milk production in Wales has changed dramatically in the last 30 years: in 1984 the country had 6500 producers; now it has 1730 achieving the same production.
Fonterra is eyeing a bigger slice of the booming Asian pizza business for its Australian-made cheese.
Given that the average farm size in northern Italy is 9.8ha, the operation run by Dario Soresina and his family at Crema, just south of Begamo, makes him a slightly different type of dairy farmer.
Cattle prices in Australia have ended their three-year golden run, says Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA).
Fonterra has increased the farm gate milk price for its Australian suppliers by A20c/kgMS.
A Tasmanian dairy farmer’s milk is going into high-nutrition foods for ageing Japanese, Fonterra reports.
UK farmers want a ban on a popular Chinese festival where ‘sky lanterns’ are released.
Fonterra will pay its Australian suppliers an opening price of A$5.30/kgMS for the 2017-18 season.
Australian farmer Brian McLaren has been a loyal Murray Goulburn supplier for 48 years but the latest price blow could be the final straw.
Australian dairy farmers have welcomed dairy co-op Murray Goulburn’s “honesty and transparency” in announcing its 2017-18 milk price.
Irish dairy co-op Ornua says revenue grew 9% last year.
Tropical cyclone Debbie caused A$6 million damage to the Queensland dairy industry, the Queensland Farmers Federation says.
Wisconsin may be America’s ‘dairy state’ but in butter some citizens’ loyalty lies with Kerrygold from Ireland.
From veggie gardens at preschools to wet suits for state emergency services - make up Fonterra Australia’s latest community projects.
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Fonterra has dropped its forecast milk payout for this season by 35c to $6.40/kgMS.
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