How to react to soaring butter prices? Dairy Crest hacks ad spending
Butter prices hit a fresh record high at GlobalDairyTrade. How should dairy groups and retailers respond?
'Positive' outlook to spur investment in New Zealand ag
Dairy farm prices in the top milk exporting country extend their revival against an upwards, if slowing, trend in milk prices
Grain prices rise at quickest in 3 years - despite 'abundant' supplies
The UN, while cuttings hopes for the world wheat harvest, says supplies are "ample" nonetheless. Still, grain prices rise, as do dairy values
New Zealand milk output to pull out of decline, as prices recover
... to judge by a forecast from sector giant Fonterra. Still, milk output will remain below record levels, amid some farmer debt struggles
JBS plans sale of Moy Park, amid $2bn asset sell-off
JBS, seeking to bolster its balance sheet after scandals at its holding company, unveils plans to sell the poultry producer, and a dairy asset
Commodities a top contrarian bet, says BofA Merrill Lynch
... after fund managers turn "underweight" on the sector at the fastest pace in seven years, amid waning hopes for economic growth
Butter extends rally, as GDT prices defy whole milk weakness
The GlobalDairyTrade index hits its highest in nearly three years, despite a dip in whole milk powder values. Butter is now up 31% this year
Dairy values lead rise in Australian farmgate prices - NAB
Firmer wheat and dairy values have more than offset a poor period for prices in the meat sector, and in particular pork. What of the future?
Synlait Milk shares set record close, amid dairy market 'confidence'
The milk processor follows rival Fonterra in outlining a 2017-18 milk price rise, and unveils a deal to lift canning capacity "substantially"
Grain markets, ag shares 'close to bottom of cycle' - BlackRock
BlackRock's Skye Macpherson sees better times ahead for crop prices and farm sector shares, prices of which are "very, very attractive"
Changing global dynamics to have 'big impact' on farming
... Agrimoney LIVE hears. The likes of the election of Donald Trump as US president, and vote by the UK to quit the EU, are only the start...
Agriculture needs 'transformational change', World Bank guru says
The world needs to produce more food with less land - and against challenges of climate change and regulatory pressure too, Marc Sadler warns
Forfarmers rides out Brexit, dairy emission challenges
Europe's largest animal feed manufacturer says it is "on course" despite dents to its UK contribution from Brexit fallout
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