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European environmental regulations good news for Kiwi dairy farmers

Meanwhile, Fonterra's milk collection in Australia and New Zealand is down.

Jason Walls
Mon, 02 May 2016

Anti-phosphate regulations in the Netherlands will help curb milk production in Europe and ease the glut brought by the ending of quotas last year, an analyst says.

The overproduction of milk in Europe has been cited as one of the major contributing factors behind low global dairy prices.

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Jason Walls
Mon, 02 May 2016
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