Westland Co-operative Dairy Company shareholders – after voting in 2001 against merging with other co-operatives to establish Fonterra – rejected a repeated offer to be absorbed into the giant new co-operative in 2002. An industry commentator described Fonterra’s effect on West Coasters as “the Monteith’s lesson unlearned”, a reference to the furore which forced Dominion Breweries to...
Andrew Swallow Don’t expect any easing in migrant visa access to solve farm staff shortages,...
Anne Hardie When Simon Easton’s Pacific Island workers need to go to the doctor, dentist...
Anne Lee Tom and Suzie Mason’s trip to the Philippines to visit with some of...
Anne Lee Changing to an hourly rate and valuing accommodation and other benefits at their...
Sheryl Haitana Food fraud is a $60 billion business globally, four times as valuable as...
An inability to share data is disadvantaging the New Zealand agriculture industry. Sheryl Haitana reports. The...
Bob Edlin Bridling against proposals to change the regulations which govern the dairy herd improvement...
EID tag technology offers the ability to gain extra profitability from livestock, farm consultant Tom...
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