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The prospect of softer international commodity prices and rising interest rates next year means farmers are wise to be cautious about borrowing, says a Westpac senior economist. Reviewing the Reserve Bank's warning last week about the continuing high
It has emerged that the cost of each inspection is being put at 193, or 3.5m for the 18,000 participating farmers. The Farming Independent has seen a draft copy of the six page application form that each farmer will be required to fill out over the
One farmer source said both sides were pushing hard for a deal but he admitted that there was also an amount of what he termed "hardball" being played. With the October milk price being settled this week, there is serious time pressure on the talks.
High milk prices for dairy farmers and strong prices for milk-powder exports helped push the overall producers price index to its biggest gain in five years, up 2.4 per cent in the September quarter. The output producers price index or PPI measures
Omamah Ghassan Al-Sadiq, 22, is an experimental artist and garbage collector from Jeddah who studies at Dar Al Hekmah. Looking for a way to build connections between people through an art project, Al-Sadiq took an interest in tribal rituals and
Max 22° Min 15° 100% Kiwi infant formula to launch in NZ Porter Novelli, Fuseworks November 20, 2013, 9:50 am An exciting new premium infant formula brand, Nuenfant Gold, will launch in New Zealand in early 2014 following a successful pilot with New
Photo / Christine Cornege Prices of dairy products edged up in the latest GlobalDairyTrade auction, snapping two straight declines, as the volume sold rose to a two-month high. The GDT Price Index, previously known as the GDT-TWI Price Index, rose 0.
Farmers are being warned by one of their own to "pull up their socks", after a dairying report found almost a third of Canterbury farms are not complying with consent rules...The main reasons for "major" non-compliance were ponding, effluent
19 November 2013 2 View comments Giving babies a combination of breast milk and solids could prevent them developing allergies, new research suggests. British researchers found feeding babies both milk and solid food after they turn 17 weeks old
Diane Feskanich, Sc.D., of Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard University, Boston, and colleagues examined the association between remembered teenage milk consumption and risk of hip fracture at older ages in a study of more than 96,000 men and