Tuesday, 02 February 2016 12:35

Synlait drops forecast by 80c

Synlait Milk has dropped forecast milk price for the 2015 -16 season from $5/kgMS to $4.20/kgMS.

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Tuesday, 15 December 2015 13:01

Infant formula to feed Synlait profits

Infant formula and nutritionals will dominate Canterbury milk processor Synlait's sales over the next seven months.

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Synlait founder and former Purata chief executive Juliet Maclean have teamed up with two former colleagues to create NZ's first technology-based health and safety system for farmers.

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Tuesday, 05 May 2015 16:27

Sleep inducer goes to market

Canterbury dairy company Synlait Milk has begun selling a milk powder ingredient it claims is clinically proven to enhance sleep. 

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Federated Farmers Dairy president Andrew Hoggard is urging farmers to maintain a frugal mindset in the face of disappointing half-year results by processors.

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Wednesday, 25 March 2015 11:03

Synlait lifts forecast payout

Canterbury processor, Synlait Milk has increased its forecast of the market milk price for this season from $4.40/kgMS to a range of $4.50 - $4.70/kgMS.

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Synlait Milk is confident that its food safety systems and security standards protect the integrity of its products.

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Monday, 02 February 2015 10:31

Synlait revises Milk price forecast

Synlait Milk has revised its forecast of the market milk price for the FY2015 season down from $5/kgMS to $4.40/kgMS; along with a corresponding decrease in advance rates to farmers.

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Friday, 16 January 2015 11:11

Synlait expects low drought impact

Current dry weather in Canterbury is expected to have little impact on Synlait Milk's milk supply because almost all Synlait suppliers have reliable irrigation water access.

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Wednesday, 10 December 2014 00:00

Synlait’s focus on sales

SYNLAIT MILK is intent on selling more to key customers and growing its infant formula and nutritional sales, chairman Graeme Milne told the annual meeting of shareholders last week.

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