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Fonterra Farmers' sustainability efforts have had on the environment. Ian Brown, Chairman of the Fonterra Shareholders' Council which represents Fonterra Farmers' interests, said the outcome was a fantastic result and a tangible confirmation of the
Fonterra's directors have been given the green light from the dairy giant's farmer owners to launch share trading among farmers (TAF). The Fonterra Shareholders' Council, a farmer watchdog, said it had overwhelmingly supported a resolution to pass
It is a lot of money "on the face of it", says Federated Farmers, but Mr Ferrier was also heading the country's "most important company". The Canadian pocketed $8.2 million in the year to July 31, 2012, according to documents released yesterday.
National's vote means no legislative protection for Fonterra Labour Party, Fuseworks July 18, 2012, 10:37 am National's agenda for Fonterra should be seriously questioned after it refused to support a move by Labour to protect farmers, says Labour's
Fonterra's farmer shareholders are more confident with the Trading Among Farmers (TAF) scheme after meetings in Kaikoura, Culverden and Christchurch, says Fonterra North Canterbury shareholders' councillor Ange Ward. Ward said many of the
Fonterra can implement its contentious Trading Among Farmers scheme on a simple majority vote by farmer shareholders, even if they reject constitutional amendments requiring 75 percent support, says Labour Party agriculture spokesman Damien O'Connor.
A mass mail-out is under way to Fonterra Cooperative Group's 10,500 farmer shareholders of the voting packs for the June 25 special meeting on the controversial Trading Among Farmers scheme. The vote is the second time the Fonterra board has sought
Simon Couper has resigned as chairman of the Fonterra Shareholders' Council effective immediately, the council has announced. The council said Couper's resignation came about due to his lack of comfort with some aspects of the Trading Among Farmers (
Punters on prediction market iPredict are backing Fonterra director John Wilson to be the next chairman of the dairy giant...It is predicted that the Te Awamutu farmer will succeed outgoing chairman Sir Henry van der Heyden, with probability 45 per
TAF will create non-voting tradeable units deriving dividends from the value-added part of the Fonterra business, creating an opportunity for farmers wanting to free up equity in the cooperative to do so and allowing private investors partial