ACCC deputy chair Mick Keogh says the Dairy Code was introduced to improve price transparency in the dairy industry.

An Australian farmer co-operative that purchases milk from farmers across the country has been fined $11,000 for breaching the country's Dairy Code.

Victoria is a leading contributor to Australia's dairy industry, accounting for 77% of Australia's dairy exports valued at A$2.1 billion.

A new report has revealed that in 2020-21 Victorian farmers experienced the best financial returns in more than six years as the sector continues to innovate and excel.

In the UK, red diesel is the term used for gas oil that is intended for use by farmers and contractors.

Following on from fuel shortages and panic buying in the UK - said to be inflamed by media hype about a dire shortage of heavy truck drivers - red diesel suppliers are reporting disruption to farm deliveries in some parts of the country that are well into the post-harvest cultivation and planting season.

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European co-operative Arla Foods says it has delivered financial results and branded sales volumes at the top end of expectations, despite challenges posed by Covid-19.

The Australian Dairy Conference has been postponed in light of Australia's recent Covid-19 outbreak.

The growing Covid-19 outbreak in Australia has forced the postponement of Australian Dairy Conference scheduled for Hobart in February 2022.

Located in Nigeria's Kaduna State, the 200-hectare farm is scheduled to open in 2022.

European dairy co-operative Arla Foods is building a state-of-the-art commercial dairy farm in Northern Nigeria and use it as a training base for 1,000 local dairy farmers.

Dairy Australia senior industry analyst Sofia Omstedt says a vast majority of farm businesses are expecting to make an operating profit this season.

With farmer confidence and consumer optimism high, much of Australia’s dairy industry has been riding on a wave of positivity over the past few months, according to Dairy Australia’s June 2021 Situation and Outlook report.

European dairy co-operative Arla says renewable electricity produced by its farmer owners could soon be used to operate in milk plants.

The Australian dairy industry has dropped an ambitious plan to form a single 'whole-of-industry' body.

Plans for the United Kingdom to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) have come with a warning from New Zealand dairy companies.

There is widespread praise from both the primary and business sectors for the signing last week of a revamped free trade deal with China.

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