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DairyNZ is committed to supporting dairy farmers following the announcement by Fonterra of an opening forecast farmgate milk price of $4.25/kgMS for the 2016-17 season.
Kiwifruit growers are throwing their support behind dairy farmers suffering from two successive years of low payout.
Right now many dairy farmers are looking at their costs line by line. Where can they make further savings?
Sharing knowledge on New Zealand farming systems needs to be on a win-win basis, says DairyNZ chief executive Tim Mackle.
The New Zealand dairy industry has lost its way on growing and utilising pasture, says DairyNZ chief executive, Tim Mackle.
Onfarm cash income of farmers from all milk production this season will be under $4/kgMS, according to DairyNZ.
The drop in the forecast farmgate milk price from Fonterra will reduce overall dairy revenues by a further $800 million, says DairyNZ.
Like a lot of dairy farmers, I am pretty happy about farewelling 2015, and looking ahead to a New Year with better prospects and farmgate milk prices.
Grossly irresponsible – that's how Mike Petersen describes the animal rights group SAFE's placement of an anti-NZ dairying advertisement in a UK newspaper.