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FONTERRA FARMERS will get another chance to lock in 20 million kgMS of their milk supply for a fixed price.
LAST WEEK’S dairy auction result was a mixed bag for farmers, says ASB economist Nathan Penny.
He notes that prices fell in all categories except whole milk powder, which rose 1.6% compared to the previous auction.
DAIRY FARM running costs haven’t abated after increasing a lot in 2007-08 and they are now out of kilter with the consumer price index, LIC chairman Murray King says.
SECONDARY SCHOOL students within the Waimate and Waitaki Districts will soon be able to apply for a new scholarship.
TRADE MINISTER Tim Groser’s insistence on dairy being included in any Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal has received industry backing.
Pineapple-flavoured milk and cream are two of the products being churned out by Fonterra's new $120 million UHT milk processing site at Waitoa in the Waikato.
THE OWNERS of the world’s largest robotic farm under one roof, Aad and Wilma van Leeuwen, say they were particularly attracted to the DeLaval robotic milkers due to the Herd Navigator technology.