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Cow fertility rising in New Zealand

Kiwi dairymen are reversing the trend in dairy cow fertility. The number of cows with calf at 6 weeks after the voluntary waiting period increased by 3%, to 65% since 2010. FULL STORY »

Ukrainian dairies feel brunt of conflict

As Ukraine remains in turmoil through pro-Russian advances on the regions of Crimea, Donetsk, and Lugansk, the country’s milk producers are stuck with a $12 million (€9 million) monthly loss in opportunity. FULL STORY »

Indian processors begin expanding

A report from Rabobank says that India’s milk processors are now targeting smaller cities as demand in that country rises for products like cheese and baby food. But, the Indian industry is far from being organized. FULL STORY »

World’s largest fluid milk plant opens Play video

World's largest dairy processing plant for fresh milk officially opened today in England. FULL STORY »

Lower payout for NZ dairy farmers may crimp economic growth

New Zealand's dairy farmers are bracing for a sharp drop in earnings as milk prices fall back from record levels this coming dairy season - a headache for a highly indebted industry that also threatens to slow economic growth and pressure the New Zealand dollar. FULL STORY »

Chinese could see fresh Australian milk in stores

Australia’s farmer-owned milk cooperative, Norco, found a big opportunity in China. Norco delivered 4,000 liters (9,088 pounds, or 1,056 gallons) of fresh milk to Shanghai and charged about $8 a liter. FULL STORY »

A2 milk under attack in Australia

Have you heard about A2 milk? Parmalat, the world’s second-largest dairy processor, hopes that if you haven’t now, you won’t ever. FULL STORY »

Ireland readies to ramp up production, U.K. nervous

The European Union’s milk quota program is set to expire in April 2015, and Ireland is getting ready to increase production by 50%. This leaves neighboring United Kingdom farmers and dairy processors nervous about imports from Ireland, a low-cost producer. FULL STORY »

Headway made on trans-Pacific pact, but thorny issues remain

Ministers from 12 nations trying to create a trans-Pacific trade pact said on Tuesday they have regained momentum for resolving the thorny issues of tariffs and market access, though they were unable to reach a final agreement. FULL STORY »

Farm tariffs to stay, Japan tells Pacific trading partners

Japan has told Pacific trading partners it will not abolish tariffs in the five agricultural sectors it considers sacred, the country's economy minister, Akira Amari, said on Monday. FULL STORY »

U.S., Japan unlikely to wrap up trade deal by May TPP talks

Japan and the United States have found "common ground" to forge a two-way trade deal, but may not be able to resolve remaining sticking points in time for a mid-May meeting of top negotiators seeking a broad regional deal, a senior Japanese official said. FULL STORY »

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