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3 hrs ago | FarmingUK
Booming UK milk production could trigger cash flow issues for dairy farmers, an agricultural expert has said.
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3 hrs ago | FarmingUK
A new European Milk Market Observatory is being launched by European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development Dacian Ciolos.
5 hrs ago | This Is North Devon
Last week the Farming Pages looked at the significance of the co-operative approach by Arla, Europe's biggest milk company.
7 hrs ago | Illawarra Mercury
As we learn more and more about nutrition, and the greater the number of "experts" out there publishing diet books inevitably leads to the propagation of new diet beliefs and trends, whether or not there is evidence to support them.
11 hrs ago | Agrimoney.com
Danone revealed a dent to revenues from elevated milk prices, even as a "correction" in dairy values at benchmark GlobalDairyTrade auction topped 20% - meeting the specification for a bear market.
15 hrs ago | Grub Street
The best breaking food news in the last few weeks is that butter is back , and better for you than ever .
19 hrs ago | FarmingUK
Adding oilseed to a cow's diet can significantly reduce the harmful saturated fat found in its milk without compromising the white stuff's nutritional benefits, according to research by the University of Reading.
Fonterra made some changes to their payment system for their New Zealand suppliers, and today has announced a simpler payment system for Australian farmers.
A DAIRY farmer fears being priced out of the industry unless the country's peak competition watchdog heeds desperate calls from long-suffering Peel Valley water users.
"People really desire a raw product, something that hasn't been altered by pasteurization or been altered in the name of profit more often than not," said Nathan Rogers, who owns Rogers Farmstead.
Fonterra CEO Theo Spierings has centralised control of the company's Chinese farming hubs into a new standalone business unit to make faster progress growing its milk pools in China.
Fun fact: Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body, and is found naturally in a wide variety of foods and beverages and added to many others! But whether lactose-intolerant or sick of wine and cheese parties, there's no need to rely only on dairy products for that daily dose of calcium.
God, it must have been a couple of years ago now. I saw this program about commercial fishing and the falling world-wide fish harvest.
When it comes to diet and health, small changes can lead to big rewards. Replacing less healthy ingredients in your favorite recipes with ingredients that are lower in calories and packed with nutrients make it easy for you to stay on track.
JAMBEROO dairy farmer Lynne Strong said the shake up in Australia's fresh milk market was the most exciting thing to happen to the industry in 15 years, affording farmers far greater confidence.
Young dairy farmers will benefit from a milk price rebate if they supply to Smithon dairy producer Tasmanina Dairy Products.
In an effort to grow its milk supply, Smithton based processor Tasmanian Dairy Products is now offering a rebate on money invested in expansion by farmers.