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THERE were no fiery speeches at Thursday night’s dairy crisis meeting in Warrnambool, only a quiet determination to move forward from the present setbacks that have rocked the industry.

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THERE were no fiery speeches at Thursday night’s dairy crisis meeting in Warrnambool, only a quiet determination to move forward from
THE Coalition will seek to implement a transparent milk price index if re-elected, to avoid a repeat of the dairy industry viability crisis caused by late season retrospective price cuts from Murray Goulburn and Fonterra.
25 May 16 THE Coalition will seek to implement a transparent milk price index if re-elected, to avoid a repeat of the dairy...
Warrnambool Cheese and Butter's profit has been slashed 88 per cent as a result of falling global markets.
25 May 16 Warrnambool Cheese and Butter's profit has been slashed 88 per cent as a result of falling global markets.
The Victorian dairy industry and the State Government have united to deliver an $11.4 million support package for dairyfarmers affected by the global fall in milk prices and decisions by some processors to cut the prices paid to their suppliers.
25 May 16 The Victorian dairy industry and the State Government have united to deliver an $11.4 million support package for...
The dairy industry’s retrospective repayment impost hitting almost two thirds of Australia’s milk producers provides real grounds for dismantling the controversial $1 a litre supermarket milk price, says dairy advocacy body Dairy Connect.

24 May 16 The dairy industry’s retrospective repayment impost hitting almost two thirds of Australia’s milk producers provides...
THERE were no fiery speeches at Thursday night’s dairy crisis meeting in Warrnambool, only a quiet determination to move forward from the present setbacks that have rocked the industry.
27 May 16 THERE were no fiery speeches at Thursday night’s dairy crisis meeting in Warrnambool, only a quiet determination to...
Dollar-a-litre house-branded milk is not responsible for the dairy crisis in Victoria and the shockwaves it is sending through the Australian industry.
26 May 16 Dollar-a-litre house-branded milk is not responsible for the dairy crisis in Victoria and the shockwaves it is...
Confined spaces on a dairy farm can be dangerous - their hazards are usually hidden and can cause serious injury or death without warning.04 May 16 Confined spaces on a dairy farm can be dangerous - their hazards are usually hidden and can cause serious injury or...
PEOPLE can be one of the biggest assets to a farming business, or a liability.
29 Apr 16 PEOPLE can be one of the biggest assets to a farming business, or a liability.
Dairyfarmers in Australia are no strangers to having watch where every penny goes.03 May 16 Dairyfarmers in Australia are no strangers to having watch where every penny goes.
ADELAIDE Hills dairyfarmers Shane and Kylie Mieglich have begun the move to an automated dairy.
28 Apr 16 ADELAIDE Hills dairyfarmers Shane and Kylie Mieglich have begun the move to an automated dairy.
Dairy Australia has released a new calculator that aims to help farmers make better use of the nutrients contained in dairy effluent and sludge and save money in the process.
08 Mar 16 Dairy Australia has released a new calculator that aims to help farmers make better use of the nutrients contained...
Worksafe Victoria’s call for mandatory roll over or crush protection devices to be fitted to quad bikes has been welcomed by Farmsafe Australia.
23 Feb 16 Worksafe Victoria’s call for mandatory roll over or crush protection devices to be fitted to quad bikes has been...
Given the long and dry summer period, many farms will be searching for feed and/or needing to resow areas of the farm.
28 Apr 16 Given the long and dry summer period, many farms will be searching for feed and/or needing to resow areas of the farm.
The need for more even pasture supply and improved persistence has led one Fleurieu, South Australia, dairy family to trial and achieve early successes with new soft-leaved tall fescues and plantain pastures.
15 Apr 16  1 The need for more even pasture supply and improved persistence has led one Fleurieu, South Australia, dairy family...