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While the uncertainty caused by COVID-19 continues, ran has brought some drought relief over the past week, says ASB senior rural economist Nathan Penny.
Prolonged dry weather will have mixed effects on commodity prices, says ASB senior rural economist Nathan Penny.
After 2019’s record highs, farmers should expect less spectacular NZ commodity prices this year, says ASB senior rural economist Nathan Penny.
ASB rural economist Nathan Penny says the bank sees an upside to last week’s milk price forecast from Fonterra.
ASB bumped up its this season milk price forecast by 50c to $7.50/kgMS after last week’s 1.7% rise in the Global Dairy Trade.
Lamb prices have cracked the $8/kg mark for the second successive year and things could get even better.
New Zealand beef exports to China are booming, thanks to trade tensions and a disease outbreak in China’s pork industry.
Sheep farmers are in for another year of solid returns, says ASB’s senior rural economist Nathan Penny.
Soaring butter prices may see next season’s milk price go beyond $7/kgMS – even as high as the mid sevens.
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Fonterra is selling its troubled China Farms business.
New farming rules around sustainability are driving elderly farmers out of the dairy industry, says agri-economist Phil Journeaux.
New Zealand is heading for an unprecedented shutdown.