July 16, 2018
Agriculture hasn’t always been at the forefront of efforts to tackle
climate change, but that time has passed.
July 09, 2018
We live in a world of unlimited possibilities – for people,
our business, and our country. But this world of change is a challenge too.
July 05, 2018
of Beef + Lamb New Zealand, Melissa Clark-Reynolds explains why she thinks this
is a myth
July 04, 2018
An international carbon fee based on fossil fuel emissions
is ‘crucial but not enough’ to reduce global warming according to James Hansen,
the NASA scientist who first raised concerns 30 years ago.
The innovative mindset of the Living Water programme is delivering new approaches and tangible results for freshwater, biodiversity, farmers and communities.
July 03, 2018
China is a big, exciting and potentially highly lucrative market, but if you’re a Kiwi company looking to have a crack, it can be tough to know where to start. There are a few pointers that’ll set you on the right track.
When Donald Trump
announced that the US would pull out of the Paris Agreement to combat climate
change last year, I felt hopeless. Our best hope at keeping global warming
under 2 degrees had been killed by a reality TV star.
The Emissions Trading Scheme
(ETS) is scary. I agree. And Fed Farmers have claimed
there are 830 million reasons why we, in the agriculture sector, should be
July 02, 2018
six-month trial of continuous feeding is the next step in a project that has
confirmed seaweed can prevent methane emissions from dairy cows.
In a part of NZ famous for cheese rolls and “r” rolls, it’s no surprise many people here contribute to making world-class cheddar and deliver it to the world.
Known for its beautiful beaches and endless summers, Northland is home to many stand out kiwis who help produce some of the best butter around.
Home to the iconic Tip Top corner where almost 50 million litres of ice cream is made every year, many people proudly contribute to world-class dairy in the big smoke.
With 11 Fonterra sites peppered across the region, it’s no surprise that so many careers and livelihoods are related to the production and manufacture of world-loved dairy in the Waikato.
The rolling country surrounding Mt Taranaki is home to people who contribute to making our cheeses, specialty milk powders and lactose that’s used as a specialty ingredient globally.
The Bay of Plenty is the Bay of Many. It’s where many people contribute to the goodness of dairy that’s exported and loved around the world.
Manawatu is the major source of fresh milk for the lower North Island and it’s also where many great minds meet and collaborate to deliver world-leading dairy innovation.
Our milk flows through the capital and into coffee cups across the region. Wellington & Wairapa, home of government, is also home to many deserving Fonterra Grass Roots Fund recipients.
If there was a standard for community-mindedness, Tasman & Marlborough would be gold-star. It’s where many people produce world-class milk powder and take special care of their environment.
People across New Zealand’s flattest region are flat out contributing to dairy. Alongside milk powder, butter and cheese, our internationally renowned stretchy Mozzarella begins its story in Canterbury.