Kiwi farmers are not the only ones nervous about their future as a result of politicians throwing them under the…
Synlait Milk's dispute with a neighbouring landowner over the status of the land where it is building its new Pokeno milk powder plant continues to drag on.
A prominent couple in New Zealand’s dairy industry are turning to plant-based protein for their next big venture.
High performing suppliers to Synlait, Canterbury, were honoured at an awards ceremony at the annual supplier conference in Christchurch in July.
Canterbury milk processor Synlait says it has filed an application for leave to appeal to the Supreme Court in relation to the removal of land covenants on its Pokeno land.
Synlait chief executive Leon Clement still hopes to open the company’s new Pokeno milk powder plant on time.
Fonterra's wide forecast payout for this new season will make farmers happy, says Federated Farmers Waikato president Andrew McGiven.
South Canterbury processor Synlait is throwing its support behind the government’s “bold’ Zero Carbon Bill.