Dairy Australia’s Board faces the question of remuneration at AGM

Matthew Trace Vice President QDO questions whether increasing DA Director fees will help dairy farmers improve profitability With the political and media attention that the ongoing work on the Australian Dairy Plan is generating, there is intense scrutiny on the lead organisations of the Plan and particularly given some of the expenditures of farmer levy […]

Dairy farmers score energy efficient grants worth up to $10 million

More than 500 dairy farms across Australia will share an estimated $10 million in funding to help improve energy efficiency, reduce energy costs and lower on-farm emissions. The federal government announced on Monday the successful applicants in the Energy Efficient Communities Program – Dairy Farming Business Grants program, an initiative that was developed in partnership […]

Report on world dairy market available to all as webinar

The launch of the IDF World Dairy Situation Report for 2020 will be a grand webinar affair for everyone interested in dairy market trends. Put this date aside, Tuesday 27th October 2020, at 13:00 to 14:30 (CET). There is a fee to access this webinar feed, for one viewer 35 EUR, for a maximum of […]

Dairy plan will lift production to 9.6 billion litres by 2025

The Australian Dairy Plan (ADP) blueprint has involved more than 1500 farmers and industry representatives from 25 regional forums across the country and once implemented is expected to increase farmgate value by an extra $500 million. Australia’s annual milk production is capable of reaching almost one billion litres by 2025, and will create several thousand […]