Class action

The news has gone from bad to worse for a2 Milk - the company Synlait had hitched its wagon to.

On the move

Six months after welcoming a new chief executive, Maori-owned milk processor Miraka has had to start a new search for a leader.

Efficient cows

New data from Statistics NZ shows that Canterbury had the biggest fall in agricultural emissions, down 2.7%, mainly due to a decline in livestock numbers.

Turning the corner

OPINION: Fonterra seems to be turning a corner in Australia when it comes to stability of its milk supply base.

Hats off to Mark

OPINION: It's hard to tell if any MPs are genuinely representing farming and the rural sector these days.

Bridge too far

OPINION: The Howl of a Protest was generally a success, well received by the public and, surprisingly, given evenhanded coverage by most media.

Liquid or powder?

Fonterra, the biggest exporter of milk powder to Sri Lanka, may have a new battle on its hands.

Failed legal action

UK vegan and animal rights groups have failed in a bid to ban an advertising campaign promoting meat and dairy consumption as part of a balanced diet in Britain.

Recent floods are a good reminder of how well we manage infrastructure assets in the regional sector, and the importance of this work to protect communities from the risks of flooding.

OPINION: As I write, our nation has returned to lockdowns and it has given me time to reflect on all we have accomplished in the year since the Covid-19 pandemic hit this country hard.

Sales growth of liquid milk and yogurt alternatives - especially oat - have not gone unnoticed.

OPINION: The pain continues at listed Canterbury milk processor Synlait.

Twenty-one years ago, about 500 fibreglass cows decorated by artists, celebrities and schoolchildren were placed around New York City.

The world's fourth largest dairy company Danone is spending more money to spruce up its vegan dairy offerings in a bid to boost sales.

Listed New Zealand company the a2 Milk Company - once a darling of the stock exchange - is the subject of takeover rumours.

A recent side effect of the misinformation easily spread on Facebook is a spike in reports of poisoning due to ingestion of ivermectin meant for livestock.

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