Morning Dairy News, 10/19/2015

Monday, October 19, 2015




Spot cheese market that has shown no inclination to stray from its $1.60 to $1.80 range http://bit.ly/1MyBTxm

2-3% too much milk in the market at any one time can create up to a 40% reduction in price paid to producers http://bit.ly/1ODvZ4b

Danone said sales in its baby food unit grew 12%, boosted by exports to China http://on.wsj.com/1M08VMM

China has 20% of the worlds population and only 9% of the worlds arable land http://bit.ly/1W22YDG

Why Does Japan Have Butter Shortages? http://bit.ly/1LjQcZ1

New Zealand abolished all agricultural subsidies in the 1980s when it fell into a financial crisis http://s.nikkei.com/1Ged0uz

(GDT) Dairy prices have climbed about 63% from their low of early August http://bit.ly/1PBMbSJ

We're expecting a drop in (NZ) milk production around about seven to 10 percent this season http://bit.ly/1KjJf6c

Soaring irrigation water prices & water shortage in northern Victoria forcing hundreds of dairy farmers to sell cows http://bit.ly/1Nk8pXa

The choice retail beef price declined for the fourth consecutive month to $6.23 per pound in September http://bit.ly/1ZQEtsk

Few in Venezuela Want Bolívars, but No One Can Spare a Dime http://nyti.ms/1GmcRVw


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