UK activists have resumed their attack on the dairy industry.
Corporate farmer Trevor Hamilton is full of praise for the incentive scheme Te Ara Miraka run by the Taupo dairy processor Miraka.
Why is Fonterra in a pickle? Is the death of democracy and a blob of arrogance in Fonterra to blame for the current crisis?
A leading corporate farmer is blaming Fonterra’s board for the co-op’s financial debacle, saying the directors run a system of “cloned governance”.
Three leading dairy farmers have told Rural News a back-to-basics approach is the best way to manage the present dairy crisis.
The $8.40/kgMS payout was probably the worst thing that happened to the dairy industry, says family corporate farmer Trevor Hamilton.
The former head of the Fonterra Shareholders Council, Ian Brown, has dismissed claims about the relevance of the council.
One of the country’s largest family corporate dairy farmers has questioned the relevance of Fonterra shareholders council.