An Australian farmer co-operative that purchases milk from farmers across the country has been fined $11,000 for breaching the country's Dairy Code.
A new report has revealed that in 2020-21 Victorian farmers experienced the best financial returns in more than six years as the sector continues to innovate and excel.
UK farmers are joining organisations from across the food and farming sector in calling for the Government to introduce a 12-month 'Covid-19 recovery visa'.
Following on from fuel shortages and panic buying in the UK - said to be inflamed by media hype about a dire shortage of heavy truck drivers - red diesel suppliers are reporting disruption to farm deliveries in some parts of the country that are well into the post-harvest cultivation and planting season.
One of the world's largest dairy co-operatives celebrated its 150th birthday this month.
Australia's dairy industry is on track for a slight increase in milk production this season.
Some Australian farmers can now invest in worker accommodation on their farms without the need for a planning permit.
Australian agriculture is edging closer to the farmer-led goal of A$100-billion by 2030.
European co-operative Arla Foods says it has delivered financial results and branded sales volumes at the top end of expectations, despite challenges posed by Covid-19.
Australia's second largest milk processor says the acquisition of a rival processor in a challenging year is paying dividends.
British and New Zealand trade negotiators are burning the midnight oil in a bid to get a free trade agreement between the two countries.
The growing Covid-19 outbreak in Australia has forced the postponement of Australian Dairy Conference scheduled for Hobart in February 2022.
What happens in the next few weeks will be critical for New Zealand to secure a free trade agreement (FTA) with the UK.
European dairy co-operative Arla Foods is building a state-of-the-art commercial dairy farm in Northern Nigeria and use it as a training base for 1,000 local dairy farmers.
With farmer confidence and consumer optimism high, much of Australia’s dairy industry has been riding on a wave of positivity over the past few months, according to Dairy Australia’s June 2021 Situation and Outlook report.
The global pandemic has boosted growth opportunities for grass-fed dairy products.
European dairy co-operative Arla says renewable electricity produced by its farmer owners could soon be used to operate in milk plants.
A top climate change policy advisor to the Irish government says Ireland and New Zealand should become close allies to combat the negative narrative against the dairy industry. Peter Burke reports.
The battle for milk in Australia has just got tougher for processors like Fonterra.
Global food prices rose at their fastest monthly rate in more than a decade in May, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has reported.
Agriculture and Trade Minister Damien O'Connor is off to Europe soon to try and breathe some life into free trade talks between NZ and the UK, and NZ and the European Union.
One of Europe's largest dairy co-operatives, Arla Foods claims that it's farmers are among the most climate efficient dairy in the world.
The Australian dairy industry has dropped an ambitious plan to form a single 'whole-of-industry' body.
Irish farmers are facing similar concerns to their NZ counterparts about how they can reduce the agriculture sector's greenhouse gas (GHG) contributions without severely restricting their future production and profitability.
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