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Dryness is reducing the quality of forage in Argentina [News South America n°1/2020]

Period: December 9, 2019 – January 3, 2020 In the past couple of weeks, hotter climate conditions prevailed in Argentina, causing dryness in several dairy areas, reducing the volume and quality of forage. However, grain stocks remain broad throughout the continent at affordable prices for dairy operators. Milk production at farm level is seasonally declining in Argentina and Uruguay, but has stabilized in Brazil. Apart from Brazil, milk intakes are enough to cover most processing needs. However, cream volumes are

Dryness is reducing the quality of forage in Argentina [News South America n°1/2020]

Period: December 9, 2019 – January 3, 2020 In the past couple of weeks, hotter climate conditions prevailed in Argentina, causing dryness in several dairy areas, reducing the volume and quality of forage. However, grain stocks remain broad throughout the continent at affordable prices for dairy operators. Milk production at farm level is seasonally declining in Argentina and Uruguay, but has stabilized in Brazil. Apart from Brazil, milk intakes are enough to cover most processing needs. However, cream volumes are

Extreme weather conditions: Australian Milk production impacted [News Oceania n°1/2020]

Period: December 9, 2019 – January 3, 2020 Milk production in Australia continues the seasonal decline. During November, milk production

World Corn production expected to decrease

World Production World Corn production for the 2019-20 season, which began on September 1, 2019, is estimated at 1108.62 Mio

Dairy farmers’ marginality supported by contained feed costs [News South America n°16/2019]

Period: November 25 – December 6, 2019 Milk production in Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay is decreasing seasonally. However, milk volumes

Dairy farmers’ marginality supported by contained feed costs [News South America n°16/2019]

Period: November 25 – December 6, 2019 Milk production in Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay is decreasing seasonally. However, milk volumes

Extreme weather conditions: Australian Milk production impacted [News Oceania n°1/2020]

Period: December 9, 2019 – January 3, 2020 Milk production in Australia continues the seasonal decline. During November, milk production

World Corn production expected to decrease

World Production World Corn production for the 2019-20 season, which began on September 1, 2019, is estimated at 1108.62 Mio

Dairy farmers’ marginality supported by contained feed costs [News South America n°16/2019]

Period: November 25 – December 6, 2019 Milk production in Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay is decreasing seasonally. However, milk volumes

Leo Bertozzi

Agronomist, expertise in food management, quality production and dairy knowledge.

CLAL.it Team

The CLAL.it team is composed of young people who, with the help of Computer Science, study the dairy market and develop tools to provide the Operators of the dairy sector with a comprehensive real-time view of the Italian and international market trends.

 

Leo Bertozzi

Agronomist, expertise in food management, quality production and dairy knowledge.

CLAL.it Team

The CLAL.it team is composed of young people who, with the help of Computer Science, study the dairy market and develop tools to provide the Operators of the dairy sector with a comprehensive real-time view of the Italian and international market trends.

Leo Bertozzi

Agronomist, expertise in food management, quality production and dairy knowledge.

CLAL.it Team

The CLAL.it team is composed of young people who, with the help of Computer Science, study the dairy market and develop tools to provide the Operators of the dairy sector with a comprehensive real-time view of the Italian and international market trends.

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Fewer farms and higher yields per cow: the trends in the U.S.

U.S. farm indicatorsThe number of farms in the United States continues to shrink, while the farm size is becoming larger. The number of farms in the United States for 2018 is 2,029,200, down 12,800 farms from 2017 and down 70,100 from 2013. Analyzing the data collected by the Department of Agriculture of the United States of America (USDA) it also comes to light that the average Utilised Agricultural Area (UAA) increased between 2017 and 2018, reaching 443 acres (179 hectares). The average UAA