Westland Milk Products is expected to give shareholders the first update on a strategic review before Christmas.
Protesters tried to storm the office of a Dunedin accountant this afternoon demanding he stop his plans for a large dairy farm development in the Mackenzie Basin.
A sheep and beef farm near Motueka has been confirmed as having Mycoplasma bovis, the first time the disease has been found in the Tasman region.
The winds of change continue to sweep Fonterra with the appointment of Miles Hurrell as interim chief executive.
Fonterra is moving from coal to renewable energy at its Stirling cheese factory, reducing its coal use by more than 9700tonnes a year.
Legislation to properly enforce the animal tracking guidelines, which were found to be inadequate during the Mycoplasma bovis response, is to be debated under urgency tonight.
The appointment of a Kiwi as Fonterra’s interim chief executive has been greeted as “helpful” and sensible by the sharemarket and the dairy cooperative’s farmer-owners.
Southland-based infant nutrition exporter Blue River Dairy plans to double sales next year through a new production line.
Holy cow - it's a girl. Or in the case of a heifer calving on a Taieri dairy farm last week, it was a gaggle of girls, handful of heifers.
The New Zealand Veterinary Association says it would embrace a pan-industry initiative on winter grazing, having expressed concerns about animal welfare consequences caused by poor practices.
Half of the country's regional councils are not annually monitoring effluent compliance on each of their dairy farms, a Forest & Bird report has found.
Fonterra says it does not expect to pay a final dividend this year in an effort to bolster its balance sheet and has trimmed its milk price forecast to $6.70.
Invercargill-based infant nutrition exporter Blue River Dairy expects to double sales next year, thanks to a new canning line.
Fonterra placed a trading halt on its units on the NZX yesterday as it works through reviewing its earnings guidance.
Fonterra is in a temporary trading halt on the New Zealand and Australian stock exchange as the dairy giant reviews its earnings forecasts.
The dairy factory in the heart of Mycoplasma bovis territory could avoid major effects from the outbreak this season.
Synlait says it is confident a dairy packaging facility being built at Dunsandel remains on track, despite an Auckland-based subcontractor going into receivership.
A West Otago farmer is furious after recently discovering the theft of 65 in-calf dairy cows - worth about $130,000 - from his property.