Misha Wilkinson’s description of “pirouetting” through Covid-19 seems apt, given the industry’s need to stay on its toes throughout this…
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It's a change of scenery, customer and supply chain for Skellerup’s incoming agri division head, Hayley Gourley.
Farmer confidence has plummeted in the last quarter, with Government policy cited as the chief reason, says Rabobank.
The global dairy market looks set to remain firm through the coming six months, says Rabobank’s latest global Dairy Quarterly report.
Consumer trust has never been more valuable to the New Zealand food industry and will play a major role in its future success.
Continuing strong growth in Chinese demand for New Zealand beef is set support solid returns for the nation’s beef producers over the coming year.
A rosy outlook on sheepmeat needs to be slightly tempered by market realities, one meat company suggests.
Banks are mainly holding firm on their forecasts of $7/kgMS despite last week’s flat Global Dairy Trade result – a small decline of 0.4% in the overall price index.
New Zealand farmer confidence has lifted for the second quarter in a row, the latest Rabobank Rural Confidence Survey has found.
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