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22 February 2017
View news from New Zealand Rising Tide of Protectionism Could Hit NZ Dairy Sector
NEW ZEALAND - New Zealand's economy would be hard hit if there is a retreat to protectionism in the global dairy sector, a report from the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research has found....
21 February 2017
View news from New Zealand NZ Trade Minister Confident Over Billion Dollar Beef Appeal
NEW ZEALAND - Trade Minister Todd McClay says he is extremely confident New Zealand has a strong case following Indonesia's decision to appeal a World Trade Organisation (WTO) ruling in favour of New Zealand beef and horticulture exports and says he expects...
09 February 2017
View news from New Zealand Dairy Product Prices Eke Out Surprise Gain
NEW ZEALAND - Dairy product prices eked out a gain at the Global Dairy Trade auction, bucking expectations for a decline, as both whole and skim milk powder rose....
07 February 2017
View news from New Zealand Whole Milk Powder Set to Fall at GlobalDairyTrade Auction
NEW ZEALAND - The price of whole milk powder, New Zealand's key commodity export, is likely to decline on the GlobalDairyTrade platform overnight, although some analysts say there's no downward trend....
06 February 2017
View news from New Zealand Beef Another Diplomatic Ball Dropped by National
NEW ZEALAND - Within one week, the government has been caught short by Russia moving to ban New Zealand beef and a slow response to some Kiwi dual-citizens entering the United States....
View news from New Zealand Waikato Dairy Herd Checked After Bovine TB Case
NEW ZEALAND - A bovine tuberculosis case discovered in a Waikato dairy herd last year appears to have been contained and to date testing has not uncovered any further cases....
03 February 2017
View news from New Zealand NZ Commodity Prices Down in January
NEW ZEALAND - New Zealand commodity prices dipped in January, with wool and dairy weakness counteracting broad-based gains....
View news from New Zealand Volatility in Dairy Presents Tax Opportunity
NEW ZEALAND - With the release of the 2017 National Standard Cost (NSC) values for livestock, advisory firm Crowe Horwath says ongoing volatility in the dairy cattle market presents both opportunity and risk in the tax structures for New Zealand’s farmers....
02 February 2017
View news from New Zealand DairyNZ Backs Down as Greenpeace Launches New Video
NEW ZEALAND - As DairyNZ backs down from a public fight over a controversial TV ad, Greenpeace has released a new video about industrial dairying and polluted rivers....
31 January 2017
View news from New Zealand NZ Meat, Dairy Exports Down in 2016
NEW ZEALAND - New Zealand’s top two export commodities, meat and dairy, both fell by value in 2016, Statistics New Zealand said yesterday....
26 January 2017
View news from New Zealand Trade the Life Blood of the NZ Sheep, Beef Sector
NEW ZEALAND - While disappointed by the US decision to withdraw from the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP), the New Zealand sheep and beef sector remains strongly supportive of the Agreement and its aims, its representative organisations, the...
25 January 2017
View news from New Zealand NZ Export Beef Benchmark Rises
NEW ZEALAND - A benchmark for New Zealand beef exports rose 5.1 per cent last week although increasing US domestic production is likely to cap the gains, according to analysts at NZX Agri....
18 January 2017
View news from New Zealand Dairy Product Prices Rise, Stemming Two Straight Drops
NEW ZEALAND - Dairy product prices inched higher at the Global Dairy Trade auction, stemming two consecutive declines....
16 January 2017
View news from New Zealand Dairy Prices Tipped to Rise at Auction
NEW ZEALAND - Futures market trading is pointing to a mild improvement in dairy prices at this week's GlobalDairyTrade auction after a surprisingly weak start to the year....
12 January 2017
View news from New Zealand Greenpeace Calls on Dairy Industry to Come Clean
NEW ZEALAND - Despite widespread public concern over New Zealand's polluted rivers and lakes, the dairy industry plans to push the national dairy herd to record numbers....
09 January 2017
View news from New Zealand Dairy NZ to Appeal Decision on Greenpeace Ad
NEW ZEALAND - One of the groups who complained that a Greenpeace advertisement was false and misleading says it plans to appeal the advertising watchdog's decision....
05 January 2017
View news from New Zealand NZ Dollar Continues Decline Against USD on Dairy Price Fall
NEW ZEALAND - The New Zealand dollar has continued to fall against the greenback, trading below 69 US cents off the back of the biggest drop in dairy prices in three months....
04 January 2017
View news from New Zealand Dairy Product Prices Decline for Second Straight Auction
NEW ZEALAND - Dairy product prices fell at the Global Dairy Trade auction, sliding for a second consecutive auction, as whole milk powder prices unexpectedly sank amid increased volume on offer....
03 January 2017
View news from New Zealand Northland Dairy Farmers Cited for Non-Compliance
NEW ZEALAND - Almost a third of Northland dairy farms are significantly non-compliant when it comes to effluent discharges and the region's top environment watchdog says the upward trend needs to change....
29 December 2016
View news from New Zealand NZ Dairy Farmers Dodge Bullet After Price Revival
NEW ZEALAND - Up until August, dairy farmers were thinking the unthinkable - another year of milking cows at a loss....
23 December 2016
View news from New Zealand WTO Decision Important for NZ Beef
NEW ZEALAND - Trade Minister Todd McClay today welcomed the World Trade Organization's (WTO) decision upholding New Zealand's challenge to 18 agricultural non-tariff barriers imposed by Indonesia....
22 December 2016
View news from New Zealand New Zealand Milk Collection Falls in First Half
NEW ZEALAND - Fonterra Cooperative Group's New Zealand milk collection was down 5.7 per cent on the year in the six months to 30 November as dairying regions were hit by unfavourable weather conditions....
21 December 2016
View news from New Zealand Bank of China Agrees Landmark Chinese Facility with Fonterra
NEW ZEALAND - Bank of China has signed a landmark agreement with Fonterra consistent with both organisations’ on-going commitment to building New Zealand business interests in China. Bank of China New Zealand and the Co-operative have established a...
20 December 2016
View news from New Zealand Sheep and Beef Industry Confidence: A Tale of Two Species
NEW ZEALAND - While overall sheep and beef farmer confidence in their industry has taken a dip in the last four months, there is a solid core that remains upbeat about the future....
16 December 2016
View news from New Zealand Higher Dairy Prices Unlikely to Bolster Regional NZ Overnight
NEW ZEALAND - The recent pick up in dairy prices back to profitable levels may take some time to flow through New Zealand's economy as farmers focus on paying down debt following the prolonged downturn, says Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy....
13 December 2016
View news from New Zealand New Chair for NZ Dairy Industry Awards
NEW ZEALAND - The New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards Trustees have chosen Woodville dairy, beef and cropping farmer Ben Allomes as Chair at a recent trust meeting....
05 December 2016
View news from New Zealand Rabobank Survey Shows NZ Farmers Look to 2017 with Optimism
NEW ZEALAND - Confidence levels among New Zealand’s farmers remain high but have tempered slightly, the latest quarterly Rabobank Rural Confidence Survey has found....
23 November 2016
View news from New Zealand Massive Funding Boost for New Zealand Beef Genetics Research
NEW ZEALAND, AUSTRALIA - In a landmark collaboration, Beef + Lamb New Zealand Genetics and Meat and Livestock Australia are committing a total of $5.2m over three years towards major joint beef research projects....
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