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    People made redundant from Covid 19 are the target of farmers with jobs to fill on dairy farms
     5 May 2020
    People made redundant from Covid 19 are the target of farmers with jobs to fill on dairy farms
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    Dairy giant Fonterra is persisting with its fifteen to twenty cents share forecast in spite of Covid 19's impact on milk trading
    24 Apr 2020: Dairy giant Fonterra is persisting with its fifteen to twenty cents share forecast in spite of Covid 19's impact on milk trading... more
    Dairy farmers are facing a dismal milk 5 dollars 60 a kilogram payout forecast next season - because of the coronavirus crisis
    14 Apr 2020: Dairy farmers are facing a dismal milk 5 dollars 60 a kilogram payout forecast next season - because of the coronavirus crisis... more
    During the coronavirus lockdown many farmers are still struggling with Mycoplasma bovis
    28 Mar 2020: During the coronavirus lockdown many farmers are still struggling with Mycoplasma bovis... more
    Heightened health protocols will cause only minor hold-ups to Fonterra's milk operations through the four-week lockdown
    24 Mar 2020: Heightened health protocols will cause only minor hold-ups to Fonterra's milk operations through the four-week lockdown... more
    Fonterra says demand's still strong for dairy in China, as it weathers its Covid-19 outbreak
    18 Mar 2020: Fonterra says demand's still strong for dairy in China, as it weathers its Covid-19 outbreak... more
    Longstanding Fonterra chairman, John Monaghan, is stepping down from the dairy co-operative's board
    5 Mar 2020: Longstanding Fonterra chairman, John Monaghan, is stepping down from the dairy co-operative's board... more
    The coronavirus outbreak is continuing to push down global dairy prices
    19 Feb 2020: The coronavirus outbreak is continuing to push down global dairy prices... more
    Global dairy prices have taken a hit, following the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus in China
    5 Feb 2020: Global dairy prices have taken a hit, following the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus in China... more
    The Revenue Minister says he's asked officials to look at the tax issues around Mycoplasma bovis
    15 Jan 2020: The Revenue Minister says he's asked officials to look at the tax issues around Mycoplasma bovis... more


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