New Zealand farmers hardest hit by global milk surplus

Dairy farmers are not only facing a pay cut, but they are also struggling with hot and dry weather.

    The world now has a lot more milk than it needs and that's making life desperate for some dairy farmers.

    Farmers in New Zealand are not only facing a pay cut, they are also struggling with hot and dry weather. 

    Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports from Waikato.


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