Another day, another ‘milk’ appears on the horizon.
Good things often come in smaller packages and it may soon be true for dairy farmers.
If you're stressed and have a couple hundred dollars lying around, why not try cow cuddling?
The organisers of the inaugural two-day Pasture Summit have got it wrong in asking journalists to pay a $380 registration fee.
OPINION: Fonterra farmers have delivered a stinging rebuke to the co-op leaders: don’t expect us to rubber stamp your director candidates, was the message in last week’s results.
OPINION: Asia is the ‘hot zone’ for dairy and will be the next dairy goldmine, especially the markets in China, India and some South-East Asian countries.
Minister of Agriculture and Biosecurity, Damien O’Connor explains what's been done this year in government.
OPINION: It’s time for all hands to the pump because improvement in rural landscapes and municipal areas is worth chasing together.
It was once jokingly said that the next most-important job after the All Blacks coach is the head of the Ministry for Primary Industries.
The Hound reckons former agriculture minister and speaker of the House David Carter is heeding calls for him to get out of the political game.
The Hound would like to know why Greenpeace activists who break the law never get punished.
Your canine crusader is usually not a fan of politicians showing as hypocrites.
Your old mate is unsurprised at how much arrogance is taking over Government MPs – after only one year in power.
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.
It's crunch time for dairy and beef farmers as they decide how much the two sectors will pay, respectively, toward cleaning up the cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis, likely to cost $870 million over 10 years.
About this time of the year, we always seem to get calls from merchants and farmers asking several versions of the same question: “Is it too late to plant maize silage in November?”
OPINION: Horticulture New Zealand believes it is time to take a strategic and measured look at where we grow our food and protect those regions so that we can feed our future generations with fresh, healthy food.
Glyphosate, the world’s most widely used weed killer, has extensive economic and environmental benefits for farmers, especially New Zealand’s grains industry.
Finally, Fonterra has got something right. Well, the co-op’s director remuneration committee has.
The theme of the recent Bragato Conference seemed to resonate strongly with many attendees – we have certainly had a lot of great feedback.
It seems like only yesterday we were preparing for the vintage of 2018 to begin. Yet here we are with the new season already upon us.
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