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A former chief executive of Australian dairy processor National Foods and Waikato dairy farmer Ashley Waugh has been elected to the Fonterra Board of Directors.
Fonterra's return on capital sits at the bottom end of the range of returns of other global dairy co-ops, says the Shareholders Council.
Former Fonterra directors Greg Gent and Colin Armer are banking on the "silent majority" of co-op shareholders in their quest to revamp the board.
Eight Fonterra Shareholders Council members have been returned unopposed for another three-year term.
The former head of the Fonterra Shareholders Council, Ian Brown, has dismissed claims about the relevance of the council.
Having been raised on a 70-cow farm in Taranaki, Fonterra Shareholders Council’s new chairman Duncan Coull knows a lot about resilience.
The new chairman of Fonterra Shareholders Council, Duncan Coull, says the cooperative spirit will help farmers through the downturn.
Duncan Coull has been elected unopposed as chair of the Fonterra Shareholders Council, replacing outgoing chair Ian Brown.
One of the country’s largest family corporate dairy farmers has questioned the relevance of Fonterra shareholders council.
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Fonterra is selling its troubled China Farms business.
New farming rules around sustainability are driving elderly farmers out of the dairy industry, says agri-economist Phil Journeaux.
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