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    Fonterra's fired its opening shot for the 2022/23 season
    Fonterra
    Fonterra
     26 May 2022
    Fonterra's fired its opening shot for the 2022/23 season
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    Seismic global events have left the milk market on shaky ground
    24 May: Seismic global events have left the milk market on shaky ground... more
    DairyNZ says the Government's commitment of 339-million-dollars to reduce agricultural greenhouse gas emissions will help Kiwi dairy farmers remain 'high-performing'
    16 May: DairyNZ says the Government's commitment of 339-million-dollars to reduce agricultural greenhouse gas emissions will help Kiwi dairy farmers remain 'high-performing'... more
    The Prime Minister's buoyed by news Mycoplasma bovis is all but eliminated in New Zealand
    5 May: The Prime Minister's buoyed by news Mycoplasma bovis is all but eliminated in New Zealand... more
    Fonterra says it would prefer no government conditions on its capital restructure, but always knew there was going to be some give and take
    27 Apr: Fonterra says it would prefer no government conditions on its capital restructure, but always knew there was going to be some give and take... more
    Dairy farmers have plenty to be positive about, despite the recent drop in global dairy prices
    20 Apr: Dairy farmers have plenty to be positive about, despite the recent drop in global dairy prices... more
    A new report claims the capital restructure of Fonterra, New Zealand's biggest business, will cause its farmers a short-term loss of $4 billion, strengthen the dairy company's market dominance and push up the price of chilled milk at the shops
    15 Apr: A new report claims the capital restructure of Fonterra, New Zealand's biggest business, will cause its farmers a short-term loss of $4 billion, strengthen the dairy company's market dominance and push up the price of chilled milk at the shops... more
    Trade and Export Growth Minister Damien O'Connor is supporting Fonterra's removal of business in Russia
    21 Mar: Trade and Export Growth Minister Damien O'Connor is supporting Fonterra's removal of business in Russia... more
    It's hoped boom time for farmers will mean the same for the country
    17 Mar: It's hoped boom time for farmers will mean the same for the country... more
    Fonterra's still deciding what to do about its Russian operations long-term
    17 Mar: Fonterra's still deciding what to do about its Russian operations long-term... more

     Most Popular Recent Rural News
     27 Apr: Fonterra says it would prefer no government conditions on its capital restructure, but always knew there was going to be some give and take ++++++++++++++++
     16 May: DairyNZ says the Government's commitment of 339-million-dollars to reduce agricultural greenhouse gas emissions will help Kiwi dairy farmers remain 'high-performing' +++++++
     05 May: The Prime Minister's buoyed by news Mycoplasma bovis is all but eliminated in New Zealand ++++
     24 May: Seismic global events have left the milk market on shaky ground ++++
     26 May: Fonterra's fired its opening shot for the 2022/23 season +++

     Rural NewsLinks
      26 May: Waka kotahi to open $16.4m roundabout to reduce serious crashes at accident blackspot (RadioNZ)
      25 May: Rest home nurse worked three days without break due to short-staffing (NZ Herald)
      25 May: Rest home nurse/manager did not get home for three days (NZ Herald)
      25 May: Rest home nurse worked three days without break due to short-staffing (RadioNZ)
      21 May: Kaipara coast highway crash: reports of multiple people trapped (NZ Herald)
      19 May: Emergency crews attend explosion at rural property in yaldhurst, christchurch (NZ Herald)
      18 May: Govt claims of equitable pandemic response 'tone deaf' - te pati maori (RadioNZ)
      18 May: Drought in auckland's rural south pushing up food prices, growers say (RadioNZ)
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