Nominations have opened for the 2019 Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year.
Biosecurity New Zealand announced the winners of the 2018 New Zealand Biosecurity Awards last night.
How can you protect grapes from inevitable UV damage in summer?
New Zealand dairy has been slow to move on organics but is now getting on board.
The US states Texas and California are being targeted by Lewis Road Creamery for its specialty butter.
Pye Group's farms all aim for a grass-fed low-input system, with minimal grain and fodder beet supplements.
Economic and social sustainability must go hand-in-hand with environmental sustainability, says the only farmer member of the recently named Fonterra sustainability advisory panel.
A new milk spray dryer to be built next year in Hamilton will help New Zealand’s advance in infant formula and specialty ingredients, say its investors.
Science, communication and how dairy works with other sectors to ensure New Zealand has a good reputation for sustainability will be a focus for Jacqueline Rowarth as a new director of DairyNZ.
Dairy companies are disappointed at news that the review of the China-New Zealand FTA is unlikely to result in improvement for dairy access.
The Dairy Industry Restructuring Act (DIRA) appears to be preventing Fonterra from effectively managing some aspects of its farmers’ environmental performance, says a discussion document from MPI.
Fonterra's director election process needs better transparency, says Federated Farmers Waikato president Andrew McGiven.
New Fonterra director Peter McBride says he is overwhelmed with the response in the election.
Fonterra has identified three assets during the first phase of a board-led portfolio review, says chairman John Monaghan.
Fonterra is dropping a target to achieve 30 billion litres of milk volume by 2025.
An independent assessment of Fonterra’s performance, commissioned by shareholders, paints a worrying picture.
Fonterra shareholders have approved the appointment of PricewaterhouseCoopers as auditors for another year despite reservations from some shareholders.
Fonterra chairman John Monaghan says a lot of work goes into delivering a globally competitive milk price to farmers.
Fonterra is launching a new quality assurance and recognition scheme for its farmers.
A new election to appoint a third Fonterra director will be held next year.
Fonterra chief executive Miles Hurrell says there are a lot of things happening in the co-op that don’t get mentioned.
Dairy prices continue to track lower, broadly in line with expectations on the day.
Irrigation New Zealand chief executive Andrew Curtis believes there will always be a place for dairy.
NZ Hops Ltd has at least quadrupled the value of its co-operative during the past 10 years.
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