The federal government’s sudden cancellation of the 457 skilled migrant visa program is spreading uncertainty among dairy industry players
Qld government urged to run a marketing campaign to help consumers make better-informed decisions about milk purchases.
Dairy farmers in NSW, Victoria and Western Australia have started cashing in on a deal offering by-products from beer and fruit juice plants as a stockfeed
QDO remains resolute in getting the ‘effects test’ passed as an important piece of an industry remedy.
Improving dairy market prospects in Asia come with a warning about more competition and increased price volatility ahead
Melbourne-based agri-tech company Agersens is set to make its virtual fencing system available later this year.
Monto, Queensland and northern NSW’s inaugural Legendairy capital, says there is real value in the Dairy Australia funding program.
Former Ridley Corporation chairman takes over as chairman of Australia’s biggest milk processor, Murray Goulburn, next week
Big dairy processor Parmalat speaks out on what it sees as Queensland's lack of price competitiveness