Living Water – Seven facts for seven years
In the seven years that Fonterra and the Department of Conservation (DOC) have been working together through Living Water, important advancements have been made to help regenerate New Zealand’s precious natural resources.
Taking the farm to the customer
COVID’s presented many challenges for businesses, and one of them is the inability to travel. So, when Fonterra’s research and development partner BY-HEALTH wanted to give its customers a glimpse of farming, New Zealand-style, they used live video technology to bridge the gap, taking the farm to the customers.
Shepherdess...for mothers, daughters, sisters, friends
A truck pulls up to the cow shed, a pretty normal scene on a rural New Zealand dairy farm, but it’s not a tanker here to pick up the milk – it’s a delivery truck full of magazines.
Measuring greenhouse gas emissions, farm by farm
They’re hot off the press and intended to help take the heat out of climate change.
From cockpit to farm
When COVID-19 ground his eight-year career as a pilot for Air New Zealand to a sudden halt, Henry Lambert decided to turn it into an opportunity for a complete change - to farming.
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.
‘Meating’ the Need
‘Meat The Need’ was founded by South Island farmers Wayne Langford and Siobhan O'Malley.
Helping flood-stricken Southland
The Southland floods left farmers with a big clean up – it’s taken a group effort to support them.
Glass more than half full for Waikato dairy farmer
Christmas Day 2019 won’t be one that the family of dairy farming stalwart Tony Wilding will forget in a hurry.