The New Zealand Anti-Vivisection Society, a lobby defending animals used in science has turned its attention to Lincoln University.
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Indonesian dairy farmer Septian Jasiah Wijaya has returned home from a month-long study tour in New Zealand with new ideas to run his farm.
Trade Minister Todd McClay has travelled to Indonesia to join the Prime Minister and a high-level business delegation for a two-day official visit.
Lincoln's part in a $156m World Bank-funded project to sustainably manage and help spread technology through Indonesian agriculture was formally recognised last week.
Your old mate notes that Greenpeace is challenging Fonterra to "prove that its massive use of palm products is not fuelling the enormous fires raging across Indonesia".
On-shelf dairy prices for consumers in China are too high so demand is not growing, says Fonterra's chief executive Theo Spierings.
Fonterra has officially opened its new blending and packing plant in Indonesia – its first manufacturing facility in the country.
A New Zealand company has invented a containerised dairy processing plant that will be operational in Indonesia within two months.
WHILE CHINA is widely touted as a bonanza for Australian dairy exports, another massive market even closer remains largely overlooked. Indonesia is emerging as the next big thing for dairy exporters.