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The New Zealand public is being blatantly misled by Greenpeace on dairying and its environmental footprint.
DairyNZ chief executive Dr Tim Mackle says while farmers in the North Island have taken a hit from the weather, in the South Island the dairy season started well.
Figures released at DairyNZ annual general meeting (AGM) in Ashburton shows the 2015/16 dairy season was the most challenging year yet for dairy farmers.
DairyNZ chief executive Tim Mackle says cruel and illegal practices are not in any way condoned or accepted by the industry as part of dairy farming.
In DairyNZ’s 2015-16 annual report chief executive Tim Mackle spoke of the team effort in the industry. Here is Mackle’s report.
DairyNZ is encouraging farmers to lock in the gains achieved in the past two seasons, as a pasture-first farm system will continue to provide payback as the milk price rises.
Industry body DairyNZ says the increased dividend and the maintained $4.25/kgMS farmgate milk price from Fonterra is some good news for farmers with shares.
DairyNZ's Tactics campaign continues to support farmers through field days which will be underway in September and October.
The chief executive of DairyNZ, Dr Tim Mackle, is the winner of the 2016 Landcorp Agricultural Communicator of the Year.