Labour's David Shearer

Are we being ripped off? – New Zealand milk standoff

New Zealanders are paying too much for milk despite the international price falling and farmers getting less for their product, Labour says.

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Synthetic dairy developer warns of over-production of milk in Ireland

Founder of biotech start-up says many of the major food co-operatives are silently backing the venture

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Saturated market leads Vt. milk distributors to dump product

A super-saturated milk market is leading some distributors of Vermont milk to empty product into fertilizer pits by the truck-load.

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Court told Fonterra knew of dumping risks

A court has heard that Fonterra knew full well the risks of dumping millions of litres of buttermilk waste at Eltham in 2013 and had other options to dispose of it.

dairy-nz-june

Back to Basics to sustain dairy’s competitiveness

With milk prices down, the industry needs to focus on the fundamentals of successful dairy production which have given the country its competitive advantage. DairyNZ senior economist Matthew Newman explains.

Labour's David Shearer

Are we being ripped off? – New Zealand milk standoff

New Zealanders are paying too much for milk despite the international price falling and farmers getting less for their product, Labour says.

dairy-cows

Synthetic dairy developer warns of over-production of milk in Ireland

Founder of biotech start-up says many of the major food co-operatives are silently backing the venture

milk-bottle

Saturated market leads Vt. milk distributors to dump product

A super-saturated milk market is leading some distributors of Vermont milk to empty product into fertilizer pits by the truck-load.

fonterra_tankers

Court told Fonterra knew of dumping risks

A court has heard that Fonterra knew full well the risks of dumping millions of litres of buttermilk waste at Eltham in 2013 and had other options to dispose of it.

dairy-nz-june

Back to Basics to sustain dairy’s competitiveness

With milk prices down, the industry needs to focus on the fundamentals of successful dairy production which have given the country its competitive advantage. DairyNZ senior economist Matthew Newman explains.

Labour's David Shearer

Are we being ripped off? – New Zealand milk standoff

New Zealanders are paying too much for milk despite the international price falling and farmers getting less for their product, Labour says.

dairy-cows

Synthetic dairy developer warns of over-production of milk in Ireland

Founder of biotech start-up says many of the major food co-operatives are silently backing the venture

milk-bottle

Saturated market leads Vt. milk distributors to dump product

A super-saturated milk market is leading some distributors of Vermont milk to empty product into fertilizer pits by the truck-load.

fonterra_tankers

Court told Fonterra knew of dumping risks

A court has heard that Fonterra knew full well the risks of dumping millions of litres of buttermilk waste at Eltham in 2013 and had other options to dispose of it.

dairy-nz-june

Back to Basics to sustain dairy’s competitiveness

With milk prices down, the industry needs to focus on the fundamentals of successful dairy production which have given the country its competitive advantage. DairyNZ senior economist Matthew Newman explains.

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