Alan Emerson reports that Australian rugby commentators can claim success in one respect at least.
The 12 Dutch provinces will be responsible for putting the plan into action.
Historically the two nations have largely been competitors because of their similarities but “our similarities now mean that we are partners in innovation”.
China’s raw milk price has been on a downward trend over the past year.
SFF Plate to Pasture Award winners report back on their market tour.
To Davos and beyond, with WTO reform also on the list.
A reset of the Chinese economy currently underway is expected to permanently change a key trading partner, but…
It is expected consumption to return to normal as the pandemic spread continues to be further contained.
New Zealand says Canada has breached an obligation that would avert punitive 200% tariffs on its dairy exports.
Addressing climate emissions is central to New Zealand’s economic proposition over the coming decades.
Some national Chilean firms were said to have also expressed interest, but pulled out over competition.
Cheese and whey also experienced varied results in September.
You couldn’t dock a lamb in the time it takes to lose office in the UK.
Livestock contributes about 10% of Australia’s total greenhouse gas emissions and just under half its methane emissions.
The scenario ultimately threatens to play out as severe hunger or famine as China struggles to feed its people and has to import large amounts of grain and other produce.
Herd sizes have increased significantly with a 34% growth of imported breeding cattle year to date.
Diplomatic challenge as Taiwan, China apply for CPTPP on our watch.
Technology for use on dairy farms has grown increasingly sophisticated.
Vladimir Putin’s deadly tantrum puts waterlogged pasture into perspective.
Park butter to better woo India, says former Fonterra director and Indian dairy farm investor Earl Rattray.
Effort to attract Chinese consumers takes a novel turn in Shanghai.
Changes could have implications for rotations into and out of NZ ports.
The Netherlands' battle over climate change measures has some lessons for NZ.
There are no major dairy-producing regions in the US looking to substantially grow milk production in the coming year.
Lack of info likely adding to sector’s skills crisis.
There are two issues that we can see arising from the potential energy crisis looming in the EU.
Subcontinent’s billion-plus consumers put it top of NZ’s FTA hit list – but not at all costs, says minister.
The United Kingdom-based co-op’s farmer owners are among the most climate-efficient dairy farmers in the world.
UK keeping a watchful eye on how NZ-China relations are going as tensions grow between the US and China over Taiwan.
Alan Emerson spoke to a few Aussie farmers about taxing burping and farting cows and they suggested he must have been drinking.
GrainCorp is advising farmers to include additional products in feed blend.
Australia’s dairy exports fall in June Australia’s dairy exports took a fall in June after the increase in…
Agriculture ministers discuss joint efforts to reduce biosecurity risks.
Biosecurity protocols fall down as farmer waved through checks after Bali trip.
Don’t goad a stroppy bull, or it could end badly for both parties