Two former Fonterra directors have been elected to the Cooperative Business New Zealand board.
A Government scheme to place 34 graduate vets in rural areas is winning praise from one recruitment agency.
An independent review into the Mycoplasma bovis eradication strategy has found that the programme is still hindered by poor industry-wide compliance in the recording of animal movements.
The days of dairy conversions are pretty much done, according to the Real Estate Institute (REI).
Fonterra chairman Peter McBride has paid tribute to dairy industry leader John Luxton, who passed away earlier this month.
The Covid-19 vaccine roll-out did not suit rural people, according to the chair of Rural GP Network Dr Fiona Bolden.
Dairy has been named as New Zealand’s largest organic sector with exports of $153.8 million, up 55% from 2017.
A Covid outbreak on a supplier farm will not stop Fonterra from collecting milk, says chief executive Miles Hurrell.
A Fonterra project, using home-grown probiotics to reduce cow emissions, is ready for on-farm trials.
A $9/kgMS milk price is becoming a real prospect with global dairy prices showing no signs of easing.
Doing nothing to arrest the slide in milk supply is not an option, says Fonterra chairman Peter McBride.
Fonterra chairman Peter McBride is confident that the revised capital structure proposal mailed to farmers last week will be approved.
Fonterra chairman Peter McBride isn't too fussed with a Government threat to scuttle Fonterra's capital structure revamp.
Nominations are now open for the Dairy Women’s Network (DWN) Regional Leader of the Year award.
Dairy farmers want the Government to work more closely with the sector.
Social media has proven to be a great tool for Waikato farmer Andrew Macky.
The company behind a new milk plant in South Waikato has unveiled its new brand.
A Dargaville farmer who failed to register 500 animals under the National Animal Identification and Tracing (NAIT) scheme has been fined $14,000.
Farmer co-operative LIC says its search for a new chief executive has been impacted by current restrictions imposed by Covid-19.
Organisers of the Ballance Farm Environment Awards (BFEA) say this year's programme will proceed despite interruptions caused by Covid.
Covid is being blamed for delaying the construction of Waikato's newest milk plant.
Fonterra says its global customers are seeking products perceived to be more environmentally friendly.
A group of Canterbury-based dairy farmers are proposing a graduate programme to help young people into the dairy industry.
Fonterra’s farmer shareholders will vote on the co-operative’s new capital structure next month.