Morning Dairy News, 10/26/2015

Monday, October 26, 2015




Global demand for milk powder remains lackluster, with China still largely on the sidelines http://bit.ly/1P0MTbv

Who will profit from changing global dairy markets? http://bit.ly/1i94VLW

Trans-Pacific Partnership could lead to an increase in American dairy exports http://bit.ly/1GsNAcz

Dairymen have until Nov. 20 to join Margin Protection Program http://bit.ly/1jKX8FF

Murray Goulburn eyes firmer dairy prices http://bit.ly/1GsNjq2

India's dairy products export seen flat at 30,000 tonnes in 2016: USDA http://bit.ly/1LR43UH

Vietnamese company to build $2.7 bn dairy farm in Russia - report http://bit.ly/1KAeMB0

Arla Foods' Amba Milk Price Unchanged for November http://bit.ly/2073eki

China Dairy Corporation to join ASX ranks in hunt for local assets http://bit.ly/1MN7SKA

China Cut Rates, NZ Trade Deficit To Narrow http://bit.ly/1N2bD33

Yum Brands, which owns KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell, rose 3.7% after saying it plans to spin off its China business http://bit.ly/1S5Wuht

Fonterra has received a New Zealand Innovation Award for their Milk Fingerprinting test http://bit.ly/2073sYI


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