Talking about elections, the DairyNZ board election is shaping up to be a much more exciting affair.
The final list of candidates for Fonterra’s board election is out. Surprisingly only one candidate came through the farmer nominated process.
Regional Economic Minister Shane Jones gets away with saying a lot of things many other Cabinet ministers won’t even dream of uttering.
At last we see Fonterra shareholders asking questions about its supposed watchdog, the shareholders council.
Minister of Ag Damien O’Connor is confident the government can work together with farmers to improve water quality.
OPINION: New Zealand faces the prospect of real hardship from Brexit.
Farmer and former Fonterra board member Mark Townshend explains ten things that may help transition farmers through to the next generation of successful dairying and food production.
OPINION: I'm extremely proud of the ongoing high performance of our primary sector, and to be part of a Government that is backing farming for the long term.
Is food vegan simply because it doesn’t come from a cow? This question has puzzled one in five Britons.
The Fonterra shareholders council announced last week that elections will take place in 10 of its 25 wards.
It seems other dairy processors in New Zealand and elsewhere are doing fine while Fonterra struggles to keep its head above water.
The effects of Labour’s spectacular own-goal in its second major sex scandal are set to drag on.
OPINION: It's clear that the Ministry for Environment is underestimating the importance of properly consulting farmers on the Essential Freshwater proposals.
OPINION: Why are New Zealand cows emitting so much methane?
The answer lies in the poor quality of pasture the animal is consuming.
Kiwi farmers are not the only ones nervous about their future as a result of politicians throwing them under the harvester.
Could a pink seaweed hold the solution to our methane emissions problem? Australian scientists think so.
With the Government intent on strangling farmers with unachievable emissions targets, abetted by the ‘suits’ at industry-good bodies, we hear a timely reminder from a scientist.
How can the state-owned Pamu Farms (formerly Landcorp) justify keeping the loudmouth freshwater ecologist Dr Mike Joy, of Victoria University, on its environment reference group?
OPINION: Is Fonterra sliding towards insolvency?
An emissions trading scheme would not address the problem of agricultural emissions, said DairyNZ last week in its submission to the Government on its proposals. Here are excerpts from the submission.
OPINION: Over the past week, Fonterra has been maligned by various commentators.
The days of cafes getting milk in plastic bottles may be numbered if two young Dunedin entrepreneurs have their way.
Global animal health company DSM says it has a product that can help reduce emissions from cows by up to 30% but surprisingly the Government is not keen.
Two weeks after receiving their handsome payout from Chinese company Yili, it seems not all ex-Westland shareholders are laughing all the way to the bank.
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