The New Zealand Anti-Vivisection Society, a lobby defending animals used in science has turned its attention to Lincoln University.
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Unlike some other exporters, Fonterra’s scheduling, logistics and delivery activities to all markets are largely operating as normal, the cooperative says.
Export prices for meat achieved their highest-ever level in the December 2019 quarter, Stats NZ said today.
State farmer Pāmu (Landcorp Farming Limited) has made a net profit after tax of $68 million for the half-year ended December 31, 2019.
Fonterra is sticking to its forecast farmgate milk price range at $7-$7.60/kgMS despite the global uncertainty around coronavirus.
The country’s red meat exports have been booming, but there are concerns how these may be impacted by the coronavirus outbreak in China.
The coronavirus epidemic is going to have a bigger impact than people think it is, according to Massey University Professor of Agribusiness, Hamish Gow.
Silver Fern Farms is giving weekly reports to its suppliers to keep them abreast of what it describes as a ‘dynamic situation in China and one that could change very quickly’.
Zespri has become the first New Zealand company to be granted Key Trademark Protection Status in China, ensuring greater protections against copyright infringements.
The a2 Milk Company is pledging a large donation towards finding a vaccine for coronavirus, now officially named Covid-19.