A US$10 million “world class” dry blending plant will be opened in Ethiopia.
Theo Spierings was quoted in the Australian Financial Review last week as saying Australian dairy farmers were being paid too much for their milk.
At least three dairy companies have collapsed this month, including a farm, a share-milker, and now a pump and dairy service business.
Diane Foreman has revealed that dairy co-operative Fonterra “closed the door in my face” after she offered it the first right of refusal for her booming value-added ice cream company.
Dairy's rough patch has helped pave the way for the booming tourism market to take the crown as NZ's biggest industry.