News & Updates (832)

Globalization and adaptation: The future of diary cooperatives

Written by Sunday, 31 January 2016 Published in News & Updates

Globalization, information and innovation will be essential components for dairy cooperatives over the next decade, industry executives said at the 2016 IDFA Dairy Forum. Read more...

UN backs rising dairy use in Asia Pacific

Written by Sunday, 31 January 2016 Published in News & Updates

The United Nations says the Asia Pacific is the world's largest milk producing region, and has played a key role in boosting child nutrition across the region. Read more...

Fonterra Sees More Dairy Farmer Pain Before Demand Revival

Written by Thursday, 21 January 2016 Published in News & Updates

The turbulence in dairy markets that’s driven prices to the lowest in 12 years is yet to run its course and there’ll be more pain ahead for farmers, according to the world’s biggest exporter. Read more...

Dairy prices extend losses on China fears

Written by Thursday, 21 January 2016 Published in News & Updates

Dairy prices at the GlobalDairyTrade auction event continue to fall, amid ongoing concerns about the effect of the Chinese slowdown - but whole milk powder values showed some resilience. Read more...

Low-cost loans for dairy farmers

Written by Thursday, 14 January 2016 Published in News & Updates

Banks yesterday launched low-cost loans for dairy farmers, aiming to boost local dairy production and help cut the country's dependence on imported milk. Read more

China now our second biggest dairy market, Bord Bia reveals

Written by Thursday, 14 January 2016 Published in News & Updates

China is now the second biggest market for Irish dairy and demand for baby formula is helping buck a slowdown in the Asian giant. Read more...

India and UK farmers confer on export

Written by Saturday, 09 January 2016 Published in News & Updates

The UK Landworkers’ Alliance (LWA) is hosting small-scale dairy producers from the UK and India as part of the Oxford Real Farming Conference to discuss the current dairy crisis; the false solutions represented by free trade; and the answers that farmers’ unions are proposing. Read more...

China dairy impresses Dutch farmers

Written by Saturday, 09 January 2016 Published in News & Updates

While the Netherlands is an international leader in dairy farming and production, Dutch dairy farmers were nevertheless bowled over when they visited China. Read more...

Kiwi dairy farmers feeling the effects of Global Dairy Trade drop

Written by Saturday, 09 January 2016 Published in News & Updates

New Zealand dairy farmers are feeling the effects of the recent fall in the Global Dairy Trade auction according to Onenews in New Zealand, which reports that Kiwi dairy farmers haven’t started the year as they’d hoped. Read more...