Dairy isn’t the backbone of the economy; the environment is, says Fish & Game New Zealand (F&GNZ).
The rise in global dairy prices could be partially attributed to demand from China, says Westpac market strategist Imre Speizer.
Sitting Fonterra directors Donna Smit and Andy Macfarlane have been announced as two of the four independently assessed candidates for the 2019 Fonterra board elections.
People don't appreciate how difficult it is to change farm systems quickly, says Pāmu chief executive Steven Carden.
Dairy has huge potential within the 16-country Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) trade agreement, says Agriculture and Trade Minister Damien O’Connor.
Fonterra's Trading Among Farmers (TAF) was a flawed proposition from the outset, says Agriculture Minister Damien O’Connor.
Farmers must stay active and engaged with the submission process, says Federated Farmers environment and water spokesman Chris Allen.
Election candidates raised the temperature on freshwater issues at a packed public meeting in Christchurch.
Fonterra's woes are also worsening in Australia.
Farming families and communities keen to do the right thing on water should not lose hope and confidence in the consultation process, says a Canterbury dairy farmer and industry leader.
Synlait suppliers received, on average, $6.58/kgMS for their milk last season.
The Government has extended the deadline for submitting on its freshwater discussion document: farmers say the two-week extension isn’t enough.
A new study has found that barn dairy’s carbon footprint is bigger than pasture-based dairy’s.
Canterbury milk processor Synlait has delivered an impressive full-year result.
Two positions on DairyNZ’s Board of Directors have attracted eight dairy farmer candidates.
Fonterra has deferred its 2018-19 annual result announcement.
Extra sites, a new strategy and revamped logo will be features of the 2019 Effluent & Environment Expo.
DairyNZ chief executive Dr Tim Mackle says the dairy sector and our farmers share the same vision communities, Māori and Government have to protect and improve our freshwater resources.
CRV Ambreed is now a strategic partner of the New Zealand Farm Environment Trust (NZFET).
A visit to a huge family-run dairy operation in the American Midwest has been “an eye-opener” for Kiwis on a recent farm tour, says leader Ross Macmillan.
Fonterra says the global dairy market remains largely in balance, but is not without some risk.
Global dairy prices dipped slightly in the overnight Global Dairy Trade (GDT) auction.
Infant nutrition products contributed strongly to a2 Milk’s record results for the year ended June 30, 2019.
Synlait Milk's dispute with a neighbouring landowner over the status of the land where it is building its new Pokeno milk powder plant continues to drag on.