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Cream supplies are tight in South America [News South America n°3/2019]

Period: February 4 – 15, 2019 In Argentina and Uruguay the sunny weather helped to minimize muddy and flood conditions in several dairy farms. Showers intensified over central Brazil, while dryness persisted in the southern region of the country. Higher summer temperatures

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El Niño dampened milk production in Argentina [News South America n° 2/2019]

Period: January 7 – February 1, 2019 El Niño dampened milk production in Argentina. Floods have harshly impacted dairy farmers: several numbers of milking cows have died and sanitary measures have been lifted, while milk hauling has been a major issue.

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Brazil milk production expected to grow throughout 2019 [News South America n°1/2019]

Period: December 10, 2018 - January 4, 2019 In Argentina, heavy rain maintained adequate moisture for corn and soybean crops’ growth. Nevertheless, in some farms greater sanitary measures were required at the time of milking because of the muddy soil, and some roads

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Weather supports Soybean Supply from Brazil [Corn and Soybean - n°12/2018]

Global Corn production for 2018-19 is forecast at 1,099.9 Mio Tons, +0.1% from November projections, with increases for Ukraine (record production forecast at 35 Mio Tons), and for the European Union, especially for Romania. U.S. most recent data on ethanol

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WMP export prices rebound in South America [News South America n°23/2018]

Period: November 26 – December 7, 2018 In Argentina, the good quality of pasture and an improvement on farm gate prices are helping to maintain milk production at high levels. A few small farmers, without capacity for economies of scale, continue to go out of business

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WMP supply is above customers’ demands in South America [News South America n°22/2018]

Period: November 12 – 23, 2018 Milk production is steady to slightly down in South America, as temperatures continue increasing as the summer season approaches. However, in Brazil, Perú, and Ecuador, cows’ milk output is still growing while the highest seasonal peak is close

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Not enough truckers to meet all milk hauling needs [News South America n°21/2018]

Period: October 29 – November 9, 2018 Recent rain showers improved pasture quality and conditions for emerging corn and soybean in South America. To some dairy farmers across the continent, this could represent a reduction of feed costs in the short term. However, most

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An excess of milk without a processing destination [News South America n°20/2018]

Period: October 15 – 26, 2018 Milk production continues to increase in South America. At this point, there is an excess of milk without a processing destination, since some manufacturing plants are closing, while others are in transition of ownership and/or

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The higher milk production weighs on farmgate prices [News South America n°19/2018]

Period: September 17 – October 12, 2018 Farm milk production is robust in South America. Weather experts stated that, compared to a few years ago, the effects of el Niño are expected to be much less aggressive for the rest of the spring

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SMP and WMP export prices are stable in South America [News South America n°18/2018]

Period: September 3 – 14, 2018 Milk production continues improving as comfortable temperatures support cows’ yield throughout South America. Milk requests from cheese, milk caramel, yogurt, and fluid milk processors are very active. Cheese production, especially mozzarella, is ongoing with good demands from

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