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Independent economist Cameron Bagrie says dairy fundamentals are looking pretty good, despite the GDT dropping in the past three auctions.
Protecting farmers and key workers in the rural sector must now be a high priority as the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic start to hit this country.
OPINION: Amidst the coronavirus upheaval, one thing is certain – agriculture will see the NZ economy through.
Coronavirus could make the 2008 Global Financial Crisis look like a walk in the park — but it’s not all bad news for ag, claims economist Cameron Bagrie.
Federated Farmers president Katie Milne says it's agriculture’s time to shine by stepping up now “when the country needs us more than ever”.
New Zealand farmers are being urged to carry on producing food while respecting coronavirus guidelines issued by the Government.
The opposition is throwing its support behind the Government’s decision to move the country towards Level 4 of the Covid-19 alert system over the next 48 hours.
Global dairy prices fell for the fourth consecutive time at the Global Dairy Trade auction last week.