Morning Dairy News, 11/23/2015

Monday, November 23, 2015

(Barrels) strayed even farther last wk, dropping to $1.415 on Thursday, their lowest price since the spring of 2012

International dairy prices are at a "particularly bad" part of the cycle, but are expected to improve substantially

In Europe milk prices are much higher than in New Zealand - the same in the US and in China

Plummeting milk price prompts 'stealth' rise of 2,000-cow 'mega-dairies' in UK

German-born Russian farmer whose company EkoNiva became the largest producer of milk in Russia last year

NZ Dairy cow numbers had increased in the 2014-15 season by 120,000

Australia's TasFoods seeks to block sale of largest dairy farm operator

Chinese proxy buyers fight over milk powder in front of supermarket in the Netherlands

Isigny Sainte-Mere coop completed construction of new production facility for powdered formula in north-western France

Push for federal milk marketing order in Calif. enters new phase

Fonterra election: Shareholders return John Wilson, but Blue Read voted off board

U.S. feedlot cattle placements in October hit nearly 20-year low

Corn, soybean market outlooks bearish

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