a2 Milk's new chief executive has moved to sell her entire stake in the company after just two months in the job, causing a stir in the investment community.
New Zealand production would be a key factor for the direction of dairy prices for the rest of the season, ASB senior rural economist Nathan Penny said yesterday.
Dunsandel milk company Synlait has put its larger competitor Fonterra to shame after reporting an operating profit 56% higher than it reported for the same period last year.
Cutting-edge technology used in Fonterra's new mozzarella line at its Clandeboye plant is the first of its kind in the world, and being kept under wraps.
Europe-based Fonterra staff travelled at least 9000km for a meeting at a California beach resort town - a venue the dairy giant says was chosen as it was near Los Angeles airport.
Dairy product prices fell at the Global Dairy Trade auction as whole milk powder continued its slide amid increased supply.
In what is the most significant change to global dairy trade in the past 20 years, milk fat will earn dairy farmers more than protein in the 2018-19 season.
Stefan and Annalize du Plessis, of Dipton, are proof that entering the New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards can do good things for business and career.
Fonterra's announcement of its first annual loss, $196million, in 17 years did not come as a surprise to a Taieri dairy farmer.
Dairy farmers will need to think about their breeding choices to ensure they have a herd capable of producing milk with higher fat content to get the best returns, a new report says.
New Zealand's pioneering deer milk industry has received a further boost by being named a finalist in this year’s New Zealand Food Awards.
Fonterra must address its dividend payout for disgruntled dairy farmers, who have high expectations a forthcoming management roadshow should be looking to set the record straight.
News of Fonterra's first annual loss - of $196 million - in its 17 years of existence was delivered with candid apologies to farmers and unit-holders and promises that a fix-it plan was under way.
A Southland farmer has served notice that he intends to sue another farmer for knowingly selling him calves infected with Mycoplasma bovis.
Fonterra has recorded its first loss in its 17-year history, with the chief executive admitting the dairy giant "didn't meet promises made to farmers".