The new dryer will support the growth of NZ’s sheep milk industry.

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.

Jacqueline Rowarth.

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.

Damien O'Connor.

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 shareholders have approved the appointment of PricewaterhouseCoopers as auditors for another year despite reservations from some shareholders.

Irrigation New Zealand chief executive Andrew Curtis believes there will always be a place for dairy.

 

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