Made with Care: Great cheese needs great milk
With one and a half decades of experience in cheese making, Cathy Lang knows her stuff when it comes to cheese and is excited to be involved in NZ Trade and Enterprise’s international “Made with Care” campaign.
Fatherly advice leads to an award-winning career
When Joel Campbell was thinking of leaving school, he knew he wanted to do an apprenticeship and was thinking of becoming a builder.
Long john rescue
When Dave Sattler went for a weekend climb up his beloved maunga, Mt Taranaki, he never expected to he’d have to take part in a rescue involving underwear.
Co-op suppliers sweep the NZ Dairy Industry Awards
Hawke’s Bay farmers Nick and Nicky Dawson have led a clean sweep for Fonterra suppliers at the 2020 New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards.
Environmental champion is 2019 Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year
Taranaki farmer, teacher and staunch environmentalist Trish Rankin has been announced as the 2019 Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year.
Protecting a Taranaki treasure
It’s a beautiful thing when farmers and the community come together and join forces to restore a local jewel of the environment, providing a home for hundreds of native plants and threatened wildlife.
Taranaki riding the water quality wave
Scientific research shows water quality in Taranaki is improving in record setting leaps and bounds. Find out how the Taranaki Regional Council is working with farmers to continue these impressive water quality trends.
60 years of milk – Co-op farmer celebrates diamond supply anniversary
When 88-year-old Raglan farmer Jim Bardsley first started supplying Fonterra, he remembers separating his own milk.
Farmers dealing with aftermath of Cyclone Gita
Almost half of all dairy farms in Taranaki were affected by Cyclone Gita. The Fonterra Emergency Response Team has been working with farmers remove fallen trees, care for affected animals, and anything else that will help the farm running smoothly again.