Fonterra chief executive officer John Monaghan.

Fonterra chief executive Miles Hurrell says 2019/20 was a good year for the co-op, with profit up, debt down and a strong milk price.

 
 
Mary Ledman, Rabobank.

Dairy companies around the world are facing a dilemma – whether to expand or divest assets, says Rabobank’s Mary Ledman.

The fate of 28,000 cows in quarantine in New Zealand and supposedly destined for China in the coming weeks hangs in the balance.

The fate of 28,000 cows in quarantine in New Zealand and supposedly destined for China in the coming weeks hangs in the balance.

The fall in dairy prices could have an impact on those farms with high debt to equity ratios.

A floating and volatile situation – that’s how the Real Estate Institute of NZ rural spokesperson Brian Peacocke describes the current value of dairy farms around the country.

James Smallwood.

The NZ agriculture sector is more than just a job for CRV Ambreed’s new managing director James Smallwood.

Federated Farmers Southland vice president Bernadette Hunt says graziers complain that winter grazing is attracting too much negative attention.

Some Southland farmers who graze dairy cattle in winter say they will not do it next year.

Mental health and connectivity are two of the main issues affecting dairy farmers in this country according to a survey by DairyNZ.

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