Morning Dairy Comments, 10/15/2015

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Cheese prices gave a head-fake during the week giving the impression they broke out of the range for the year

Remains to be seen whether supply & demand will rebalance sufficiently for prices to match or exceed 'avg.' levels

Representatives from 4 dairy operations in China met with Sec. Brancel & staff members of the Wisconsin Dept. of Ag

Unilever Sales Rise on Ice Cream, Emerging-Market Demand

Value of a dairy calf this year about $250 higher than it was in 2013

FMMO should put California producers on par with the rest of the country when it comes to milk and cheese prices

Vilsack announces agreement on the Trans-Pacific Partnership

Overall meat production growth in the EU is expected to slow in 2016

TPP will encourage structural reform of low-productivity industries such as agriculture

Report Forecasts the Global Whey Protein Ingredient Market to Grow at a CAGR of 10.73% Over the Period 2014-2019

Manual sets out how Fonterra will calculate how much it will pay dairy farmers for raw milk

Fonterra: Farmers will still get payout despite credit rating drop

Sheep's milk has a higher protein content than cow's milk and twice as much fat

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