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Sincere apologies

I am a dairy farmer, I find the behavior of the NZ Government and Fonterra repugnant and embarrassing. The material provided by them to date, while I believe it to be accurate, does not mitigate the lack of empathy with our customers and ultimately our consumers. We do our very best to produce great milk for our consumers and I feel so let down by Fonterra management and the Government.

Posted by Neil
06 February 2013 | 06h44

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