So, cows are a major source of methane but how do you measure how much gas a cow burps?
In Australia, animal activists are taking exception to electric shock collars for use on cattle, calling it the equivalent of farmers torturing cows.
Farmers are letting their fly-fishing rods do the talking this summer. Many refuse to buy trout fishing licences in protest against Fish & Game’s political attack on the dairy industry.
The blame game over the collapse of agri training provider Taratahi rages on.
Maternal aggression may be behind many attacks on humans by cows, say two overseas animal experts.
A UK man has invented a vegan milk he hopes will be a best seller.
Greenpeace is pulling no punches in its ‘new’ campaign to ban synthetic nitrogen fertiliser and supposedly save New Zealand’s rivers.
The Government's $9.9 million loan to Westland Milk is raising eyebrows.
Is New Zealand’s favourite ice cream brand about to change hands?
The world's biggest producer of milk, India, has a problem: at least 68% of dairy products sold there don’t meet the food standards.
Has Fonterra's new director Peter McBride just strengthened his case to become the co-op’s next chairman?
Attendees at the inaugural Pasture Summit in Hamilton this week should ask one pointed question to the organisers: which joker thought it a good idea to charge journalists a registration fee?
Another day, another ‘milk’ appears on the horizon.
Good things often come in smaller packages and it may soon be true for dairy farmers.
The organisers of the inaugural two-day Pasture Summit have got it wrong in asking journalists to pay a $380 registration fee.
If you're stressed and have a couple hundred dollars lying around, why not try cow cuddling?
New Zealand dairy farmers are joining the push against the alternative drink producers milking consumers over the naming of their products.
Fonterra launched Anchor Pure Up drinking yoghurt in China.
What do Italians offer as collateral when seeking loans from the Italian bank Credito Emiliano (Credem)? Cheese, of course.
Animal rights group Peta is ruffling feathers with its latest claim, alleging that cow milk is a symbol used by white supremacists.
You would be udderly surprised to encounter a Simmental or Braunvieh running up the steps of New York’s One World Trade Center or Shanghai’s equally tall World Financial Center.
PETA is at it again. It has rolled out Carly the cow to US schoolchildren, telling them of the complex emotional lives of cows and their suffering at the hands of dairy farmers and the wider industry.
A new audit of plant-based milk alternatives in Australia shows the category has grown by 58% in several products in two years, but health professionals are alerting Australians that not all ‘mylks’ are nutritionally equal.
It's amazing what people can find to moan about these days.