Chris Simpson.

OPINION: Here's a question: one of these things is not like the others; it just doesn’t belong; which is it? Google HQ, Apple HQ, Amazon HQ, Fonterra HQ.

 
Clink clink

The sound of milk bottles is set to return to Marlborough.

 
‘We help farmers’

Fish & Game took umbrage at a Milking It story on farmer Dean Rabbidge and his tweet. It says contrary to the report, F&G actually worked with Rabbidge on this wetland creation. 

Build bigger barns

Here's a pitch that will have the greenies seeing red. Intensive, high-yielding farming may be the best way to meet rising demand for food while conserving biodiversity, a new study has found.

 
Phillip Buckthought and Bridget Dewar on one of their stand off pads.

We all know how important it is to get eight hours sleep, and while cows have different sleep patterns from us, they do need to spend a similar amount of time lying down. 

Fake milk

Almond milk, if we can call it milk, is being touted as the next-best thing to cow milk.

Trade, not aid

US President Donald Trump’s trade tiff with China has hit American farmers in the pocket as China’s retaliatory tariffs on US exports start to bite. Soybean farmers are the hardest-hit.

Charlotte Rutherford.

This month, Fonterra marks the one-year anniversary of TIAKI – our sustainable dairying programme that helps farmers make their operations more environmentally compliant. 

If you enjoy a breakfast of milky cereal and tea, then today is your lucky day.

As the movement away from plastic accelerates, one wonders if plastic milk bottles will be next.

With Manuka honey selling for $200/kg all beekeepers must be swimming in cash, right?

The anti-1080 crowd seems to have gone completely feral.

Growing regulatory and political pressure for more sustainable agriculture in Europe is causing concern for local farmers. 

OPINION: The media spin on the distribution of M. bovis infected herds in New Zealand and the origins of these infections is misleading and could damage the beef industry, especially the seedstock industry.

Federated Farmers president Katie Milne last month notched up one year in office. She told the recent Feds annual conference in Wellington about issues dominating her first 12 months in the role.

 

» Latest Print Issues Online

Milking It

Clink clink

The sound of milk bottles is set to return to Marlborough.

‘We help farmers’

Fish & Game took umbrage at a Milking It story on farmer Dean Rabbidge and his tweet. It says contrary…

 
 

» Connect with Dairy News