Rural News

6th Nov 18, 8:20pm
Shareholders make choices somewhat different to the candidates put forward by the Fonterra Board, and a further election will be needed for the final position
Shareholders make choices somewhat different to the candidates put forward by the Fonterra Board, and a further election will be needed for the final position
6th Nov 18, 8:20pm
1st Nov 18, 4:09pm
a2 Milk faces US challenges on claimed benefits, CPTPP benefits to start soon, huge new Canterbury dairy expansion
a2 Milk faces US challenges on claimed benefits, CPTPP benefits to start soon, huge new Canterbury dairy expansion
1st Nov 18, 4:09pm
31st Oct 18, 1:43pm
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Global dairy commodities market forces reduction of payout prediction at Westland Milk despite strong milk flows, as they move to access new capital and reduce debt
Global dairy commodities market forces reduction of payout prediction at Westland Milk despite strong milk flows, as they move to access new capital and reduce debt
31st Oct 18, 1:43pm
31st Oct 18, 9:06am
Keith Woodford discusses the importance of agriculture to an export led economy and the need to keep an eye on the ball
Keith Woodford discusses the importance of agriculture to an export led economy and the need to keep an eye on the ball
31st Oct 18, 9:06am
31st Oct 18, 8:43am
Guy Trafford summarises the debate around how we should deal with methane emissions, and introduces you to the global regulation of SLCPs
Guy Trafford summarises the debate around how we should deal with methane emissions, and introduces you to the global regulation of SLCPs
31st Oct 18, 8:43am
27th Oct 18, 10:16am
Allan Barber sees silly procurement competition as the bane of the meat industry, distorting signals to producers, and roiling industry sustainability
Allan Barber sees silly procurement competition as the bane of the meat industry, distorting signals to producers, and roiling industry sustainability
27th Oct 18, 10:16am
25th Oct 18, 10:54am
Guy Trafford assesses the mess the US dairy industry is in from the recent unintended consequences of bad trade policies. He also reviews Canterbury dairy farm sales activity
Guy Trafford assesses the mess the US dairy industry is in from the recent unintended consequences of bad trade policies. He also reviews Canterbury dairy farm sales activity
25th Oct 18, 10:54am
24th Oct 18, 11:22am
Farms and lifestyle block sales volumes drop but prices are holding up reasonably well, although dairy farm prices have taken a hit REINZ says
Farms and lifestyle block sales volumes drop but prices are holding up reasonably well, although dairy farm prices have taken a hit REINZ says
24th Oct 18, 11:22am
24th Oct 18, 10:34am
Guy Trafford looks at our current struggle with mycoplasma bovis and compares that with how others have tackled other major animal disease outbreaks
Guy Trafford looks at our current struggle with mycoplasma bovis and compares that with how others have tackled other major animal disease outbreaks
24th Oct 18, 10:34am
24th Oct 18, 8:43am
Keith Woodford describes how the major global dairy companies are now reacting to the A2 milk phenomenon by climbing aboard with their own A2 products
Keith Woodford describes how the major global dairy companies are now reacting to the A2 milk phenomenon by climbing aboard with their own A2 products
24th Oct 18, 8:43am
18th Oct 18, 8:43am
Guy Trafford reviews the latest dairy price signals and updates the mycoplasma bovis situation
Guy Trafford reviews the latest dairy price signals and updates the mycoplasma bovis situation
18th Oct 18, 8:43am
17th Oct 18, 2:48pm
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The trade wars have focused China's policy makers on fast changes in their agricultural sector to catch up on productivity and food security
The trade wars have focused China's policy makers on fast changes in their agricultural sector to catch up on productivity and food security
17th Oct 18, 2:48pm
17th Oct 18, 2:10pm
ASB economists now see a milk price for this season of $6.25 per kilogram of milk solids, down from a previous forecast of $6.50; see farmer net earnings as about $240 million lower
ASB economists now see a milk price for this season of $6.25 per kilogram of milk solids, down from a previous forecast of $6.50; see farmer net earnings as about $240 million lower
17th Oct 18, 2:10pm
17th Oct 18, 11:41am
Politicised fads don't sway EPA's science. Consumer localism fads don't support real farmers. Prices retreat for livestock although to still-healthy levels
Politicised fads don't sway EPA's science. Consumer localism fads don't support real farmers. Prices retreat for livestock although to still-healthy levels
17th Oct 18, 11:41am
15th Oct 18, 10:37am
Keith Woodford discusses Mycoplasma bovis compensation and the uncertainties of eradication as MPI manages the information flow
Keith Woodford discusses Mycoplasma bovis compensation and the uncertainties of eradication as MPI manages the information flow
15th Oct 18, 10:37am
10th Oct 18, 10:32am
Shifting from commodity production styles to meeting targeted consumer demand will require big shifts and a wider view of what the market really is, says Guy Trafford
Shifting from commodity production styles to meeting targeted consumer demand will require big shifts and a wider view of what the market really is, says Guy Trafford
10th Oct 18, 10:32am
10th Oct 18, 10:11am
Guy Trafford reviews and updates a series of changes affecting the dairy industry and how they will impact those affected
Guy Trafford reviews and updates a series of changes affecting the dairy industry and how they will impact those affected
10th Oct 18, 10:11am
10th Oct 18, 8:57am
Fonterra says it's now forecasting a milk price for farmers this season of between $6.25 and $6.50 per kilogram of milk solids, down from its previous forecast of $6.75
Fonterra says it's now forecasting a milk price for farmers this season of between $6.25 and $6.50 per kilogram of milk solids, down from its previous forecast of $6.75
10th Oct 18, 8:57am
9th Oct 18, 4:53pm
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With new rules and restrictions coming for red meat farmers, producers have little choice but to 'invest' in the hope consumers will start paying extra for sustainability - something they haven't shown they will do so far
With new rules and restrictions coming for red meat farmers, producers have little choice but to 'invest' in the hope consumers will start paying extra for sustainability - something they haven't shown they will do so far
9th Oct 18, 4:53pm
9th Oct 18, 10:16am
Export log prices rise with gains boosted by falling Kiwi dollar. But sawn timber demand isn't following yet. China paying more for logs. India still difficult despite opportunity
Export log prices rise with gains boosted by falling Kiwi dollar. But sawn timber demand isn't following yet. China paying more for logs. India still difficult despite opportunity
9th Oct 18, 10:16am

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