Was Fonterra caught napping in Australia?
Wannabe kiwi James Cameron is back in the country, under a special visa, to continue filming his movie during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Moving day has gone smoothly for most farmers but on some farms, some workers aren’t moving anywhere.
The man who coined the term ‘Gypsy Day’ is slightly miffed that a term he introduced to New Zealand’s farming lexicon is now being called derogatory, and is banned in some circles.
Finnish dairy company Valio is on a mission to reduce milk’s carbon footprint to zero by 2035.
Fonterra is second to none when it comes to supplying safe and quality dairy products to Chinese consumers.
You can just about understand the NZ Outdoors Party’s stance on 1080. It’s not a scientific stance, but at least it aligns with the views of a constituency.
Farmers in eight EU countries sprayed milk powder in fields to protest against the European Commission’s “misguided” way of mitigating the milk crisis.
Our cousins across the ditch could soon run out of fresh milk.
Not everyone is impressed with the $500,000 fund announced by the Government last week.
Another dairy company, with partial Chinese ownership, is under fire for claiming the Government’s wage subsidy during COVID-19.
A word of caution for hunters from farmers: please get permission to access private land.
Another signal from Fonterra that next season’s milk payout will drop.
Dairy Australia's decision to sign on an Aussie rules legend and media personality as its new ambassador is causing a backlash.
One dairy company has been doing well during the COVID-19 outbreak in Italy.
US farmers are dumping milk into lagoons and manure pits.
Hats off to Fonterra!
Farming may have been given permission to operate as essential services during the lockdown but authorities are still not taking chances.
One person having a joy ride in dairy country, Pukeatua in the Waikato during COVID-19 lockdown was in for a nasty surprise.
The New Zealand Anti-Vivisection Society, a lobby defending animals used in science has turned its attention to Lincoln University.
On the topic of milk supply…..New Zealanders may not need to freeze milk.
The panic buying witnessed in supermarkets all over the world has seen essentials such as milk, bread and eggs flying off the shelves.
The COVID-19 outbreak in New Zealand has created a sharp increase in demand for farm workers.
OPINION: In March, the first national dairy-free milk delivery service will be coming to British doorsteps, a clear sign that veganism is on the rise in the United Kingdom.