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Dairy prices fall as milk powder slips
16 August 2017
Dairy product prices have declined for the fourth time in five auctions while whole milk powder prices also had a surprise slip.
Sheep numbers decline at slower pace
15 Aug 2017:
The steady decline in New Zealand's sheep numbers continued at a slower pace over the past year as farmers in some areas rebuilt their flocks....
Dairy prices slip, milk powder gains
2 Aug 2017:
Dairy product prices fell at the Global Dairy Trade auction, declining for the third time in four auctions, but the important whole milk powder price rose....
Fonterra looks to expand Africa footprint
28 Jul 2017:
Fonterra is exporting into 36 of 54 African countries and aims to expand its footprint as demand grows across the region....
Fonterra defends supplier treatment
27 Jul 2017:
Fonterra says its New Zealand Dairies suppliers only had a "contractual arrangement" and weren't the same as shareholder suppliers....
Butter shines at GDT auction
19 Jul 2017:
Butter has been the best performer at Fonterra's GDT auction as limited supply and strong demand for full-fat products drive up prices....
Dairy farmers cop second effluent fine
19 Jul 2017:
A Waikato dairy farming company has copped its second fine in four years for illegal effluent discharge....
Dairy prices slip for second auction
5 Jul 2017:
Dairy prices have fallen slightly for the second time at Fonterra's GDT auction but the important whole milk powder price was up 2.6 per cent....
Farmers will lift production: Fonterra
22 Jun 2017:
Higher milk prices will encourage farmers to lift milk production and Fonterra says it expects to collect 3 per cent more milk in the coming season....
Dairy prices dip at GDT auction
21 Jun 2017:
Dairy prices have slipped 0.8 per cent at Fonterra's GDT auction - the first dip following six successive increases...
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