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Fonterra changes defence over 2016 farmgate clawback ahead of class action

Annabelle Cleeland
By Annabelle Cleeland
Updated June 23 2022 - 4:46am, first published June 22 2022 - 8:00pm
Dairy devastation: Hayden and Rachael Finch, Denison, pictured with daughters Emily and Georgia, sold two properties and their 950-head milking herd following the Fonterra milk price scandal in 2016.

FARMERS fear New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra is attempting to weaken compensation claims to Australian suppliers affected by the milk processor's 2016 price clawback, with a new defence set for trial in November.

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Annabelle Cleeland

Annabelle Cleeland is a Stock & Land journalist. She has worked at Australian Community Media for more than a decade serving in a number of roles including editor, senior journalist and national sheep & wool writer. She runs a fine Merino wool property with her young family in North-East Victoria.

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