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Brazilian dairy farmers are waiting to see lower feed prices soon [News South America n°7/2019]

Period: April 1 – 12, 2019 Milk production in Argentina and Uruguay remain below last year levels. As a consequence, cheese and milk powders production is limited. Fluid milk demand is fair to good, while cream supplies are reported as tight on a bullish market. So far this year, the climate in Brazil has been generally good, favoring the quality and development of corn crops. A higher corn production is expected this year, starting from May, and dairy farmers are waiting to see lower

Brazilian dairy farmers are waiting to see lower feed prices soon [News South America n°7/2019]

Period: April 1 – 12, 2019 Milk production in Argentina and Uruguay remain below last year levels. As a consequence, cheese and milk powders production is limited. Fluid milk demand is fair to good, while cream supplies are reported as tight on a bullish market. So far this year, the climate in Brazil has been generally good, favoring the quality and development of corn crops. A higher corn production is expected this year, starting from May, and dairy farmers are waiting to see lower

Ukraine boosts Corn exports

Global Corn production for the 2018-19 season is estimated at 1107.4 Mio Tons, higher than the previous forecasts and +2.9%

Strong Butter, SMP and Cheese demand [News Oceania n°8/2019]

Period: April 1 – 12, 2019 February 2019 Australia milk production is 12.6% lower than February 2018. Seasonal milk production

Milk production below last year in Argentina and Uruguay [News South America n°6/2019]

Period: March 18 – 29, 2019 For the moment El Niño impact has been minimal for the agricultural sector in

Milk production below last year in Argentina and Uruguay [News South America n°6/2019]

Period: March 18 – 29, 2019 For the moment El Niño impact has been minimal for the agricultural sector in

Ukraine boosts Corn exports

Global Corn production for the 2018-19 season is estimated at 1107.4 Mio Tons, higher than the previous forecasts and +2.9%

Strong Butter, SMP and Cheese demand [News Oceania n°8/2019]

Period: April 1 – 12, 2019 February 2019 Australia milk production is 12.6% lower than February 2018. Seasonal milk production

Milk production below last year in Argentina and Uruguay [News South America n°6/2019]

Period: March 18 – 29, 2019 For the moment El Niño impact has been minimal for the agricultural sector in

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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.

 
coordinator

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.

coordinator

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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Italy exports less dairy, but at higher prices

CLAL.it - Italy: Export price of Cheese and Curd (HS.0406)Light and shadow for Italian dairy export. In the period January-July 2018 the exported volumes decrease (-2.5% y-o-y), but the values increase (+3.8%). The export of Cheese is growing in quantity and value, with good performances for Grana Padano and Parmigiano Reggiano, Fresh cheese, Grated cheese and Gorgonzola. Italy increased its Butter exports +50.7% in volume and +72.2% in value, y-o-y. The relationship with Germany is further strengthened and Germany remains the first target market for many dairy products.  

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Buying interest continues [News Oceania n°6/2019]

Period: March 4 – 15, 2019 Seasonal Milk production in Australia, July 2018 – January 2019, was -5.8% than last year. January 2019 was -11% compared to January 2018. In the 2018-19 season the States most affected by the lowest production are Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland, which together account for 80% of the milk produced. In New Zealand the year started dryer than desiderid for dairy producers, but the recent rains have turned the color of the pastures from brown to green. There is adequate feed on most dairy farms. Many dairy producers have already begun the later season transition from two milking’s a day to one milking and some older cows with lower production have been culled out of herds. With the current milk production season winding down, Butter, Cheese, SMP and WMP output is moving lower and average dairy prices strengthened. The interest of Buyers is strong for Butter, also considering the advent of Lent. Also Buyers of Cheddar and WMP are motivated to move forward and close deals. - Assessments about market trend are expressed in US$; – Dairy season: July, 1st – June, 30th (Australia), June, 1st – May, 31st (New Zealand); – Source:

WMP price level generates good profits [News Oceania n°7/2019]

Period: March 18 – 29, 2019 Australia’s growing population and good demand for milk and dairy products are expected to result in lower dairy exports over the next year. The trend of dairy herd reductions continues among many Australian dairy producers. It is not expected that herds will increase during the final months of this season, probably not next season either. March brought two tropical cyclones, Trevor and Veronica, to the country. February 2019 New Zealand milk production was unchanged

Buying interest continues [News Oceania n°6/2019]

Period: March 4 – 15, 2019 Seasonal Milk production in Australia, July 2018 – January 2019, was -5.8% than last year. January 2019 was -11% compared to January 2018. In the 2018-19 season the States most affected by the lowest production are Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland, which together account for 80% of the milk produced. In New Zealand the year started dryer than desiderid for dairy producers, but the recent rains have turned the color of the pastures from brown to green. There is adequate feed on most dairy farms. Many dairy producers have already begun the later season transition from two milking’s a day to one milking and some older cows with lower production have been culled out of herds. With the current milk production season winding down, Butter, Cheese, SMP and WMP output is moving lower and average dairy prices strengthened. The interest of Buyers is strong for Butter, also considering the advent of Lent. Also Buyers of Cheddar and WMP are motivated to move forward and close deals. - Assessments about market trend are expressed in US$; – Dairy season: July, 1st – June, 30th (Australia), June, 1st – May, 31st (New Zealand); – Source:

WMP price level generates good profits [News Oceania n°7/2019]

Period: March 18 – 29, 2019 Australia’s growing population and good demand for milk and dairy products are expected to result in lower dairy exports over the next year. The trend of dairy herd reductions continues among many Australian dairy producers. It is not expected that herds will increase during the final months of this season, probably not next season either. March brought two tropical cyclones, Trevor and Veronica, to the country. February 2019 New Zealand milk production was unchanged

Buying interest continues [News Oceania n°6/2019]

Period: March 4 – 15, 2019 Seasonal Milk production in Australia, July 2018 – January 2019, was -5.8% than last year. January 2019 was -11% compared to January 2018. In the 2018-19 season the States most affected by the lowest production are Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland, which together account for 80% of the milk produced. In New Zealand the year started dryer than desiderid for dairy producers, but the recent rains have turned the color of the pastures from brown to green. There is adequate feed on most dairy farms. Many dairy producers have already begun the later season transition from two milking’s a day to one milking and some older cows with lower production have been culled out of herds. With the current milk production season winding down, Butter, Cheese, SMP and WMP output is moving lower and average dairy prices strengthened. The interest of Buyers is strong for Butter, also considering the advent of Lent. Also Buyers of Cheddar and WMP are motivated to move forward and close deals. - Assessments about market trend are expressed in US$; – Dairy season: July, 1st – June, 30th (Australia), June, 1st – May, 31st (New Zealand); – Source:

WMP price level generates good profits [News Oceania n°7/2019]

Period: March 18 – 29, 2019 Australia’s growing population and good demand for milk and dairy products are expected to result in lower dairy exports over the next year. The trend of dairy herd reductions continues among many Australian dairy producers. It is not expected that herds will increase during the final months of this season, probably not next season either. March brought two tropical cyclones, Trevor and Veronica, to the country. February 2019 New Zealand milk production was unchanged

The butterfat supplies are not enough to cover demand in South America [News South America n°5/2019]

Period: March 4 – 15, 2019 Milk production is steady to slightly up in South America, as temperatures remain high. Sporadic rains maintained favorable general conditions for forage and the second harvest of maize and cotton in key agricultural areas. Fluid and UHT milk demands from educational institutions, retailers and food service are improving. Interest for cream is strong ahead of the upcoming fall holiday season. The butterfat market is still in a bullish position as supplies remain below adequate to cover all buyers and end users’ needs.

The butterfat supplies are not enough to cover demand in South America [News South America n°5/2019]

Period: March 4 – 15, 2019 Milk production is steady to slightly up in South America, as temperatures remain high. Sporadic rains maintained favorable general conditions for forage and the second harvest of maize and cotton in key agricultural areas. Fluid and UHT milk demands from educational institutions, retailers and food service are improving. Interest for cream is strong ahead of the upcoming fall holiday season. The butterfat market is still in a bullish position as supplies remain below adequate to cover all buyers and end users’ needs.