Succession planning was something Henry McKenzie have only have dreamed of when he bought his first plot of land but half a century later, it's front and centre.
Freedom Foods has assured farmers it will honour its milk contracts, and even expand its partnerships as trading conditions improve
Freedom Foods Group shares stop trading after board finds debts, revenue shortfalls and inventory inconsistencies
The man who guided Freedom Food's rapid expansion for almost two decades resigns after financial irregularities revealed
Do you find that your dairy cows have a higher incidence of lameness on your farm than you would like?
Cows are calving, the media is awash with COVID-19 news and kids are schooling from home (or should that be from the farm?) - this article combines these three topics.
The Australian Red Dairy Breed is a major contributor to the crossbreeding sector across the country and is also gaining popularity internationally. But it's rare for these crossbred cows to get the recognition they deserve.
Craig Calvert is planning to feedlot his dry cows and heifers as an interim measure to manage his pastures after bushfire scorched his farm in late December.
Having satellites and drones survey his permanent pastures does not phase dairy farmer Peter Musson of MacArthur, Western Victoria.
Canadian dairy processing giant, Saputo, has been hit hard by COVID-19, with adjusted net earnings down 21.5 per cent in the fourth quarter but its profitability for the year held up and Australia was among its most resilient divisions.
Fonterra Australia increased its minimum milk price from $6.06 a kilogram of milk solids to $6.40/kgMS on Wednesday and dairy social media forums were flooded with speculation about a future step-down.