Fonterra says it will not install any more coal boilers or increase its capacity to burn coal.
He Waka Eke Noa (Our Future in Our Hands) is the agri sector’s blueprint and commitment to dealing with climate change.
Fonterra says the 2050 methane target should be based on “official scientific advice”.
Steady but prudent expansion is the key to success at the Ashburton Trading Society (ATS) in Mid-Canterbury.
In a historic move, 11 primary sector groups have agreed to work with the Government to tackle climate change.
DairyNZ has voiced to Parliament strong opposition to some aspects of the Zero Carbon Bill.
The sale of Westland Milk to Chinese company Yili is now complete.
Dairy prices ended their recent slide in last night’s GlobalDairyTrade auction, with the price index lifting 2.7%.
Fonterra has announced a major revamp of its farmer-director election process.
A former Fonterra director says the co-op will do well in India “provided it’s prepared to play the long game”.
The dairy farming industry needs to keep thinking about what it can do differently in response to the big change coming at it, says Luke Beehre, project leader of the Northland Extension 350 (E350) programme.
Banks are mainly holding firm on their forecasts of $7/kgMS despite last week’s flat Global Dairy Trade result – a small decline of 0.4% in the overall price index.
Seemingly crazy “carryings-on” by some world leaders and influencers should not cause Kiwi farmers to sit on their hands worrying.
The primary sector has not been good at engaging, connecting and understanding Māori, says Agriculture Minister Damien O’Connor.
Westland Milk Products’ sale to Chinese interests is an ironic end to the co-op, which last August was named New Zealand’s 2018 Cooperative Business of the Year.
It's time to bring primary industry marketers onto farms, says Han Johr, corporate head of agriculture at Nestle.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says New Zealand’s economy is entering a dramatic new era of change with all the primary sector’s challenges ‘lying on the table’ together.
Westland chair Pete Morrison has reiterated the terms under which protesting former suppliers had surrendered their shares that they say are worth millions.
A group of former suppliers of Westland Milk Products has formally asked the Overseas Investment Office to block or delay the sale to Yili.
Westland Milk Products shareholders voted overwhelmingly last Thursday to sell their co-op to Chinese dairy giant Yili.
Federated Farmers' conference last week was a great success, says president Katie Milne.
Chinese dairy company Yili has thanked Westland Milk shareholders for their faith shown in allowing it to become custodians of one of New Zealand’s most trusted brands.
Corporate farmer Southern Pastures, Westland Milk Products’ largest shareholder and milk supplier, says it will abstain from voting on the proposed takeover offer by Chinese giant Yili.
Fonterra has pulled the plug on another investment overseas as the co-op continues to rebuild its balance sheet.