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Dairy prices

Australian faces lower domestic milk production, an erosion of export competitiveness and more favourable domestic market returns - all favourable conditions for New Zealand to export more dairy product
20th Feb 24, 9:49am
by Guest
Australian faces lower domestic milk production, an erosion of export competitiveness and more favourable domestic market returns - all favourable conditions for New Zealand to export more dairy product
Guy Trafford digs into Nestlé's emissions goals and finds Fonterra is likely to already be their supplier with the lowest carbon footprint
15th Nov 23, 9:26am
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Guy Trafford digs into Nestlé's emissions goals and finds Fonterra is likely to already be their supplier with the lowest carbon footprint
Guy Trafford works through the varying influences on farm gate milk and livestock prices from international markets
9th Nov 23, 11:49am
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Guy Trafford works through the varying influences on farm gate milk and livestock prices from international markets
Fonterra's after-tax profits have risen to $1.577 bln, with a full-year dividend of 50c per share and a final declared milk price of $8.22 per kilogram of milk solids
21st Sep 23, 8:56am
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Fonterra's after-tax profits have risen to $1.577 bln, with a full-year dividend of 50c per share and a final declared milk price of $8.22 per kilogram of milk solids
In our latest Of Interest podcast David Mahon explains what's going on in the Chinese economy, what needs to change and when he thinks things will be looking up
19th Sep 23, 9:09am
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In our latest Of Interest podcast David Mahon explains what's going on in the Chinese economy, what needs to change and when he thinks things will be looking up
Infometric's Nick Brunsdon is watching the milk payout fall below breakeven for the average dairy farmer, but he sees this as normal volatility in an industry used to volatility
29th Aug 23, 2:23pm
by Guest
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Infometric's Nick Brunsdon is watching the milk payout fall below breakeven for the average dairy farmer, but he sees this as normal volatility in an industry used to volatility
Westland Milk's ethical management award tainted by court-required association with Glorivale's dairy farm. WMP price dives. Impressive progress eliminating M. bovis
3rd Aug 23, 10:03am
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Westland Milk's ethical management award tainted by court-required association with Glorivale's dairy farm. WMP price dives. Impressive progress eliminating M. bovis
Without China firing, dairy and meat prices face an uncertain future just when on-farm costs are rising. In other key markets, farmers are culling animals as break-even levels are breached. Guy Trafford assesses what this means for us
27th May 23, 10:17am
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Without China firing, dairy and meat prices face an uncertain future just when on-farm costs are rising. In other key markets, farmers are culling animals as break-even levels are breached. Guy Trafford assesses what this means for us
Guy Trafford reviews the 2023 Budget from a rural perspective and finds a little more in it for rural communities than appears at first glance
19th May 23, 8:55am
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Guy Trafford reviews the 2023 Budget from a rural perspective and finds a little more in it for rural communities than appears at first glance
Dairy prices rise on improving China demand, as China and Australia start to resolve some differences. Meanwhile the election campaign focuses on the National Party's rural policies
22nd Apr 23, 10:20am
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Dairy prices rise on improving China demand, as China and Australia start to resolve some differences. Meanwhile the election campaign focuses on the National Party's rural policies
Although China is buying, its demand is not raising dairy prices. With milk and product out there, and many economies struggling high inflation and facing recession, there is little reason for buyers to bid dairy prices higher, say NZX dairy analysts
5th Apr 23, 10:32am
by Guest
Although China is buying, its demand is not raising dairy prices. With milk and product out there, and many economies struggling high inflation and facing recession, there is little reason for buyers to bid dairy prices higher, say NZX dairy analysts
Dairy prices stuck in a declining rut, but rising demand from China may help next season. Oat processing capacity building locally. Vertical farming venture gets started
23rd Mar 23, 10:41am
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Dairy prices stuck in a declining rut, but rising demand from China may help next season. Oat processing capacity building locally. Vertical farming venture gets started
Guy Trafford explores what might happen now with the damaged forestry land, consequences for its owners, and asks why the existing rules and penalties seemed to be ignored by regulators
1st Mar 23, 9:49am
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Guy Trafford explores what might happen now with the damaged forestry land, consequences for its owners, and asks why the existing rules and penalties seemed to be ignored by regulators
Guy Trafford wraps up the key changes affecting the New Zealand dairy industry, including prices, payouts, marketing strategies, and China's pivot to GM animal feed
24th Feb 23, 11:16am
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Guy Trafford wraps up the key changes affecting the New Zealand dairy industry, including prices, payouts, marketing strategies, and China's pivot to GM animal feed
Variance between islands of schedule prices for livestock takes a sharp divergence again, one especially wide for prime beef
16th Feb 23, 11:02am
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Variance between islands of schedule prices for livestock takes a sharp divergence again, one especially wide for prime beef
Two major bank economists have lowered their milk price forecasts as dairy prices hover near two-year lows
24th Jan 23, 2:03pm
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Two major bank economists have lowered their milk price forecasts as dairy prices hover near two-year lows
A last minute crash to dairy prices seems a fitting end to an odd year, observes Stuart Davison. NZ milk price expectations will be revaluated lower this week, with the recent Fonterra forecast adjustment already over-valued
21st Dec 22, 12:41pm
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A last minute crash to dairy prices seems a fitting end to an odd year, observes Stuart Davison. NZ milk price expectations will be revaluated lower this week, with the recent Fonterra forecast adjustment already over-valued
Guy Trafford looks at what is driving dairy prices, at the risks of using PKE, and what lies ahead in 2023
9th Dec 22, 10:59am
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Guy Trafford looks at what is driving dairy prices, at the risks of using PKE, and what lies ahead in 2023
Guy Trafford wonders where the work-less-for-the-same-pay movement is headed. Inefficient white-collar workers get benefits not available to blue- or grey-collar workers because bosses accept and pay for lazy work habits
5th Nov 22, 11:06am
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Guy Trafford wonders where the work-less-for-the-same-pay movement is headed. Inefficient white-collar workers get benefits not available to blue- or grey-collar workers because bosses accept and pay for lazy work habits
a2 shares jump about 7% after the company says the US Food and Drug Administration has approved a2's application to send infant milk formula products into the US
3rd Nov 22, 11:24am
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a2 shares jump about 7% after the company says the US Food and Drug Administration has approved a2's application to send infant milk formula products into the US
Fonterra reports 3% drop in after tax earnings to $583 million; retains forecast 2022/23 milk price range of $8.50–$10.00, with a midpoint of $9.25; will keep full ownership of Australian business
22nd Sep 22, 9:04am
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Fonterra reports 3% drop in after tax earnings to $583 million; retains forecast 2022/23 milk price range of $8.50–$10.00, with a midpoint of $9.25; will keep full ownership of Australian business
Guy Trafford reports that even though dairy prices are up, cost pressures are rising too and in other countries production isn't likely to rise, leaving global milk supply low and further upward pressure on prices
9th Sep 22, 10:25am
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Guy Trafford reports that even though dairy prices are up, cost pressures are rising too and in other countries production isn't likely to rise, leaving global milk supply low and further upward pressure on prices
Guy Trafford is somewhat surprised at the Fonterra payout cut given the wide range that is being reduced from. He also seems more tolerant of excess rain than any drought
27th Aug 22, 10:36am
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Guy Trafford is somewhat surprised at the Fonterra payout cut given the wide range that is being reduced from. He also seems more tolerant of excess rain than any drought
Guy Trafford traces falling product prices, stunted customer demand, regulatory twisting of land use, all working to lower food production. Pasture-based livestock farming faces new uncertainties all of a sudden
18th Aug 22, 11:40am
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Guy Trafford traces falling product prices, stunted customer demand, regulatory twisting of land use, all working to lower food production. Pasture-based livestock farming faces new uncertainties all of a sudden
a2 shares slump about 10% after the company says the US Food and Drug Administration has deferred a2's application to import infant milk formula products into the US
10th Aug 22, 11:13am
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a2 shares slump about 10% after the company says the US Food and Drug Administration has deferred a2's application to import infant milk formula products into the US