Meat company ANZCO Foods recorded its best-ever revenue of $1.7b and a net profit before tax of $30.6m for the year ended 31 December 2019.
Dairy Women’s Network is joining forces with Breast Cancer Cure (BCC) to raise funds for research.
Delaying the introduction of new water reforms was not an option according to the two cabinet Ministers directly involved – Environment Minister David Parker and Agriculture Minister Damien O’Connor.
It was a great day for Fonterra at this year’s virtual 2020 NZ Cheese Awards.
With the drought reaching a crisis level in Central Hawkes Bay with supplementary feed almost non-existent, farmers in the Wairarapa have answered the call for help.
The Government has announced a $700 million fund to support the primary sector and other groups in meeting new clean water standards.
Canterbury milk processor Synlait has reduced its 2019-20 forecast base milk price by 20c to $7.05/kgMS.
Parts of the Waikato are starting to recover from the drought, but the availability of feed remains a concern, says DairyNZ’s Sharon Morrell.
Waikato farmer Ben Moore is urging farmers to have their say on the DairyNZ levy vote, which closes this week.
A new law preventing the eviction of tenants from rental properties is causing a headache for some dairy farmers.
Outgoing Federated Farmers president Katie Milne has hit out at Wellington-based government officials for their lack of understanding about farming.
High-profile South Canterbury dairy farmers Aad and Wilma van Leeuwen have put a number of their farms up for sale.
Southland is teetering on the edge of a bad situation, according to DairyNZ’s lead consulting officer in the South Island, Tony Finch.
It’s been two years since NZ decided to eradicate Mycoplasma bovis.
Farmers are feeling slightly more satisfied and under less pressure from their banks, according to a new survey.
A steering group reviewing the Fonterra Shareholders Council has received over 1400 responses from farmers and sharemilkers.
Hamilton East MP David Bennett has been appointed National’s new agriculture spokesman.
Former Fonterra chairman Sir Henry van der Heyden believes the co-operative will come out a stronger global player post-COVID-19.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s (B+LNZ) Mid-Season Update 2019-20 has a positive outlook for New Zealand’s sheep and beef exports.
It looks like the agritech sector is set to get some backing from the Government.
Meat processing companies have gained praise for the way they handled the challenges around COVID-19 from an unlikely source – the union.
Te Kuiti-based electrician Terry Waite’s demand that the Government apologise to farmers for the way it has treated them – especially over the last couple of years – has failed.
Fonterra has weathered the effects of COVID-19 to deliver an impressive third-quarter results.
Global dairy prices recorded a slight lift in the overnight Global Dairy Trade (GDT) auction.