Farming and enterprise project changing the lives of thousands of war victims.
As barriers to entry grow along with land value, a rethink about ownership and risk is needed.
North Waikato farm helps convince UK Nuffield Scholar and dairy farmers to leave calves with mums.
Revised forecast milk price aims to provide reassurance to farmer suppliers.
The response came after LIC discovered issues during quality control testing with its Premier Sires straws.
Industry body – and Fonterra in NZ – challenge new guidelines on infant feeding.
The graduates are mentored through comprehensive modules led by respected rural professionals and exceptional local farmers.
Researchers model the fate of herd, land and infrastructure as waters rise.
While LIC spotted the problem and informed farmers, Feds says a refund is not good enough.
LIC should front up more than just a refund of the AI outlay, farmers say.
Delayed El Niño drought prospects blamed for pullback in GDT prices after surge.
Excelling through Change is theme of 25th anniversary conference.
Recent economic data has been more positive than expected so this may translate into higher demand over time.
State-Owned Enterprises minister directs board to stick to core business.
Unitholders congratulate Fonterra senior management on the 2023 results.
But perhaps re-think ‘Scope 3’ as a name for 2030 goals, says farmer.
Co-op hopes to cut ‘emissions intensity’ by 30% less than 2018 levels within the next six years.
Co-op members can lease technology that slashes GHG emissions.
Australian commercial camel milk producer prepares to list on ASX.
Increasing use of the facility is a priority, company tells investors.
Westpac says the dairy market might have seen the worst of this low price cycle.
Resignation comes after dismal results and amid a2 Milk Co spat.
Campbell Parker talks about the priorities for the levy body as he takes the reins.
In December it will mark 25 years of building connections in the dairy sector.
Fourth lift in a row at global dairy auction, with all product categories making gains.
Fourth consecutive hike thanks to gains almost across the board.
Good faith negotiations fail to resolve dispute over manufacturing agreement.
Earl Rattray has hands-on experience in India’s dairy sector, where, he says, expectations are lifting and the narrative is changing.
Chair returned to DairyNZ board in election ignored by more than 80% of levy-paying dairy farmers.
Dairy co-op has steadily increased its payout since the dairy downturn of 2015-16.
Candidates try to convince New Zealand’s 11,300 dairy farmers to vote for them.
From the essential oils in the wildflowers to the shape of the land, every aspect of farming on a Canterbury farmlet is being scrutinised and analysed in the service of finding a better way.
Hundreds of thousands of dollars in prizes and a great learning platform.
Not every division shone in co-op’s stellar annual results.