Currently dairy farmers have changed all the traditional methods just to grow their business. They implement the latest proven methods to increase their productivity. There are wide range of companies available online offering technologies such as Milking point controller, drafting systems, and many more.
There are about 500 mills open by 1920, majority owned by the cooperative. The number of cooperatives grew rapidly and at the beginning of the 2nd World War.
Nowadays, new technologies and methods of increasing productivity grows quickly.
New Zealand exports a variety of products in large quantities. The processing companies in the country are responsible for over 85% of the farms produced milk milk solids; the rest is processed by the company's Co-Operative Dairy others.
In the recent 2-3 years, the dairy industry has come under some checks because some environmental negative impact on the country.
Maintaining its 'clean green' image, New Zealand quickly tried to fix the problems that led to dairy farming environment through the completion of the dairy industry.
This contract was signed by Fonterra, the Ministry for the Environment, the Ministry for Agriculture as well as regional councils and aims to keep water suitable for fish, drinking and swimming by reducing dairying impacts through cattle and effluent discharge restrictions.