Federated Farmers, MPI, FMG and DairyNZ are all busy this week trying to work out how best to manage Gypsy Day.
MPI’s new head of the Mycoplasma bovis eradication programme has some good news for the fight against the disease.
NZ’s second-biggest dairy processing company says it is taking a pragmatic and cautious approach, as it deals with the impact of COVID-19.
Fonterra’s rural service subsidiary, Farm Source says farmer shareholders are adapting well to its new trading model under COVID-19 restrictions.
The 2020 Hawkes Bay/Wairarapa Dairy Industry Awards Share Farmer of the Year winners Nick and Rose Bertram are no strangers to success.
It's business as usual for Timaru raw milk suppliers Stuart and Andrea Weir as the country is in total COVID-19 lockdown.
Fonterra is selling its troubled China Farms business.
Waikato Federated Farmers president Andrew McGiven says he is impressed with Fonterra’s debt reduction.
Synlait’s $112 million bid for South Canterbury dairy processor Dairyworks has been given the green light by the Overseas Investment Office.
Wake up, New Zealand: that’s the message from a New Zealander trying to manage a large dairy farm in the UK amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Being classed an essential business is a privilege – do not abuse that privilege, says Chris Lewis, Federated Farmers national dairy spokesman.
Ag minister Damien O’Connor says if NZ doesn’t get this four-week COVID-19 shutdown right, the chances are this will go on for a long time.
Canterbury/North Otago Dairy Manager of the Year winner Stephen Overend needed a little pushing to enter the Dairy Industry Awards.
Open Country Dairy (OCD) says it’s operating in a near ‘business as usual’ state under Alert 4 restrictions.
As New Zealand faces a nation-wide shortage of hand sanitiser, Fonterra is chipping in to produce the precious resource.
Farmers whose herds were culled in response to the outbreak of Mycoplasma bovis will be able to minimise the tax treatment of their income in some circumstances.
The Government has responded to a request from Federated Farmers and DairyNZ and extended temporary visas of migrant farmworkers.
Hokitika-based Westland Milk Products has been registered as an Essential Service and is processing milk.
Despite four consecutive drops in Global Dairy Trade (GDT) prices, analysts are sticking with a payout of around $7.20/kgMS for this season.
Global dairy prices fell for the fourth consecutive time at the Global Dairy Trade auction last week.
Despite a decline in half-year profit, Synlait is assuring shareholders it will regain shareholder value.
Independent milk processor Synlait says Covid-19 has so far had no impact on its financial performance, however the processor remains greatly concerned.
Coronavirus is forcing Fonterra to cancel its farmer shareholder meetings to discuss its interim results.
IrrigationNZ is backing the Government’s decision to inject $10.6 million for a water storage facility in Raukokore, in the eastern Bay of Plenty.