Labor's proposal for a floor price for milk reflects an inability to see that agriculture is an industry like any other.
Crikey readers discuss asylum seeker policy and other issues of the day.
Propping up inefficient dairy farmers merely punishes those who made the tough decisions in an industry that should be an exemplar for Australian productivity.
Tasmania’s Van Diemen’s Land Dairy has been sold to a Chinese company -- but has the Foreign Investment Review Board done its due diligence?
Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens takes aim at the assess in the commentariat. Plus other business tidbits of the day.
It's been more than two years since the $1 milk price war began. But are Coles and Woolworths indicating that the end of the war is in sight?
With more public awareness of the vast carbon emissions produced by cows, the dairy industry doesn't quite enjoy the family-friendly image it once did. So is it time to start pouring water on our Weetbix, or can we have our milk and drink it too?