Dairy
Fonterra 'cautiously positive' on dairy prices, even as futures bounce
The group flags causes such as rising import demand for, some, optimism on prices - despite raising its forecast for New Zealand milk output
NZ skim milk market wipes out 'inexplicable premium' to Europe
Skimmed milk prices at the GlobalDairyTrade are down by nearly a quarter in a month, even as whole milk prices find some traction
UK farming in recovery mode, 'helped by ag price rises'
... says farm retail-to-grain trader Wynnstay, which adds that it is to "return to growth", fuelled by promising feed, seed, fertilizer sales
Adecoagro mulls sugar takeovers - and rice, dairy, meat investments
The Soros-backed farm operator says it has been looking at "many, many" Brazilian cane mills, and is investigating Argentine expansion too
Dairy futures stabilise - ending losing streak which cut prices 19%
NZX dairy futures end an 11-session losing streak which peaked earlier this week, spurred by an auction tumble. Have values now fallen enough?
New Zealand milk prices follow Europe, US lower
Skim and whole milk powder prices suffer double-digit declines at GDT, narrowing New Zealand's premium over rival US and European product
Dairy giants hope volatile milk market has finally found a balance
Two major dairy companies forecast stable prices, with milk supply and demand finally in balance after years of rollercoaster markets
World wheat output to fall for first time in five years, says UN
The UN FAO foresees a drop in global wheat production in 2017-18, as it says food prices have hit a two-year high, lifted by grains, meat, dairy
Dairy prices fall, after New Zealand market got ahead of itself
Prices at the GlobalDairyTrade auction hit their lowest level since November last year, as prices in New Zealand retreat into line with global market
Fonterra revises upwards expectations for 2016-17 milk collections
The New Zealand dairy giant says its milk collections will fall by less than previously thought, despite a drought in part of the country
Dryness to cap NZ milk output, despite lure of 'stretched' prices
Milk output in the top exporting country is heading for a big decline, BNZ says, amid ideas of constrained volumes in other leading nations too
Dairy prices edge higher at GlobalDairyTrade auction
An uptick in prices at the bi-monthly auction event defies a flat futures market in New Zealand
Brexit to have 'enormous impact' on ag markets
... not because the UK is a big farming force, but because the vote has set a precedent for EU political surprise, CME's Erik Norland says