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Fonterra CEO accused of scaremongering

Caleb Allison
Thu, 21 Jun 2012

A prominent dairy farmer opposed to Fonterra's trading among farmers (TAF) scheme says CEO Theo Spierings is "scaremongering" as he tries to win over farmer support.

Former Federated Farmers dairy chairman Lachlan McKenzie told NBR ONLINE it is inappropriate for Mr Spierings to be telling

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Caleb Allison
Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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