Your canine crusader cannot believe how bad a job Fonterra’s public relations team does for the dairy co-op.
Corporate farmer Trevor Hamilton is full of praise for the incentive scheme Te Ara Miraka run by the Taupo dairy processor Miraka.
For the second year in a row, Taupo’s Miraka Dairy company has paid at least $3 million in bonuses to suppliers for their good overall performance during the 2016-17 season.
An incentive scheme to get suppliers to the Taupo-based Miraka dairy company to produce better quality milk and adopt best-practice systems is producing stunning results.
Taupo dairy company Miraka will pay an extra $3 million to its suppliers as part of an incentive scheme for good farming practices. The scheme is voluntary.
Maori dairy company Miraka, at Taupo, is about to launch two new value-added products, one aimed at the international market, in particular China, and the other for the domestic market.
The no-show of El Nino has been a boon to farmers supplying Miraka, the Maori owned dairy company located near Taupo.
Miraka chief executive, Richard Wyeth has welcomed a partnership with AgResearch and Plant & Food Research to develop a new family of shelf-stable beverages.
The chair of the Maori dairy company Miraka, Kingi Smiler, says his company is more resilient in lower payout years than Fonterra.
Kingi Smiler, chairman of the Maori dairy company Miraka, which won the inaugural Maori Excellence in Export award He kai kei aku ringa, is proud of what his company has achieved in such a short time.