Finnish dairy company Valio is on a mission to reduce milk’s carbon footprint to zero by 2035.
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Milk prices are volatile and difficult to predict so farmers should approach next season with caution. DairyNZ economists look at how the 2015-16 season could shape up.
This tough year is the time for young people to get the foot in the door to sharemilking, says Feds sharemilker chairman Neil Filer.
THE INTERNATIONAL Dairy Federation (IDF) predicts milk prices will stabilise in the second quarter of 2015.
FARMERS’ PROBLEMS caused by the drop in Fonterra’s forecast milk solid payout are best tackled head-on with agribusiness management training, says Primary ITO, which offers courses in this discipline.
The need is urgent to review and revise budgets and monitor cashflow to ensure debt levels don’t rise unnecessarily. Spending cuts, increasing milk production and generally improving onfarm performance are among the options.