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Around 11,000 people whose working visas are set to expire over the 2020/21 season have been granted a new visa.
Fonterra shrugged off the effects of COVID-19 in many markets to record a $67 million rise in normalised earnings before income tax (EBIT).
Agriculture has kept losses to a minimum as New Zealand reported its largest ever GDP drop on record.
About 50 migrant dairy workers could potentially benefit from the Government’s border exception for work visa holders.
The inability to bring in experienced overseas workers is one of the big difficulties for the potato industry as it heads into the next growing season amid COVID-19.
Falling land and livestock prices have hit the state-owned farmer Landcorp – known as Pāmu – in the financial year to 30 June.
Global markets and consumers around the world are making large shifts on how they maintain food security, purchase food and the attributes of the products they are seeking.