Fonterra shrugged off the effects of COVID-19 in many markets to record a $67 million rise in normalised earnings before income tax (EBIT).
Fonterra says 2019-20 proved to be a year of two halves.
Fonterra chief executive Miles Hurrell says 2019/20 was a good year for the co-op, with profit up, debt down and a strong milk price.
Fonterra is continuing a roll out of its new milk vat monitoring systems.
More than 600km of Taranaki river and stream banks will be planted with almost a million native plants next winter.
Global dairy prices have risen for the first time in two months.
Dairy companies around the world are facing a dilemma – whether to expand or divest assets, says Rabobank’s Mary Ledman.
The fate of 28,000 cows in quarantine in New Zealand and supposedly destined for China in the coming weeks hangs in the balance.
Ashburton farmer Cole Groves is taking on two sitting DairyNZ directors for a board seat on the industry-good organisation.
Two iconic Northland companies – HerdHomes and Busck Concrete – are joining forces.
An advisory group will be formed to advise the Government on winter grazing rules proposed for Southland.
A floating and volatile situation – that’s how the Real Estate Institute of NZ rural spokesperson Brian Peacocke describes the current value of dairy farms around the country.
The NZ agriculture sector is more than just a job for CRV Ambreed’s new managing director James Smallwood.
Some Southland farmers who graze dairy cattle in winter say they will not do it next year.
The Government is being urged to elevate veterinarians to critical worker status to help ease an acute shortage.
About 50 migrant dairy workers could potentially benefit from the Government’s border exception for work visa holders.
Fonterra says it is taking a new approach to how it provides nutrition to communities, to better reach those most in need across New Zealand.
Waikato sharemilkers Sarah and Aidan Stevenson have been named the new 2020 NZ Dairy Industry Awards national share farmer of the year winners.
Some skilled migrant dairy farm employees will now be able to return to New Zealand from overseas.
One of LIC’s longest-serving bulls has reached the achievement of selling one million semen straws, just in time for Father’s Day.
Fonterra is sticking to its 2020-21 season forecast payout range of $5.90 to $6.90/kgMS as dairy prices slipped further in the overnight auction.
Pete Smit is one of a growing number of young business-savvy New Zealanders seizing opportunities in the dairy sector.
Mental health and connectivity are two of the main issues affecting dairy farmers in this country according to a survey by DairyNZ.
Favourable weather conditions and best management practices have lifted winter grazing standards in Southland this year, says Federated Farmers.