Covid-19 Affects Dairy Markets

Dairy markets hold up under Delta, but Chinese import demand the challenge. Farmgate milk prices remain on the “high side” across much of the world, and at near-record levels in Australia, as dairy demand proves resilient in the face of the pandemic, according to the latest Rabobank Global Dairy Quarterly

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Mices to Pieces

Farmers can now apply for mouse bait rebates. NSW Farmers is encouraging farmers to apply now for mouse bait rebates of up to $10,000 per farm business through the Rural Assistance Authority website. Applications for the rebate opened today with a total of $95 million available to assist farmers with

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Agriculture Faces Profitable Year

Australian agriculture looking to profitable year ahead – industry outlook. Australia’s agricultural sector is set to enjoy an overall profitable year ahead – underpinned by high commodity prices, positive seasonal conditions and low interest rates, and despite expected continuing trade tensions with China. In its flagship annual Agribusiness Outlook for

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The No Show Scarecrow

A symbol of the show spirit on display throughout October. 2020 has seen the cancellation of many of NSW’s 192 agricultural shows, but the President of the Agricultural Societies Council of New South Wales says the show spirit is still alive and well. The sad old no-show scarecrow at Leeton

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Dairy Farms Enjoy ‘Spring Flush’

Best ‘spring flush’ in three seasons for Australian dairy. Australian dairy is heading for its best ‘spring flush’ in three seasons, as timely rainfall in key regions ramps up the nation’s milk production. In its Q3 Global Dairy Quarterly – A delicate Rebalancing, agribusiness banking specialist Rabobank forecasts national milk

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