Thursday, August 11, 2022

Markets


Hort, meat sectors dealt a $400m export blow

Hort, meat sectors dealt a $400m export blow

Staff ReporterAug 11, 2022
That’s the estimate of what three key sectors had to forgo in the past season.

A2 Milk sinks on FDA letdown

BusinessDeskAug 11, 2022
Shares had jumped on hope green light could be imminent.

Farmers chase falling fixed milk prices

Hugh StringlemanAug 10, 2022
Measure of certainty offered by system a draw for some.

No relief in sight on food price inflation

Staff ReporterAug 9, 2022
Weather, war to blame as soaring food costs driven by local and global forces.


Nearing the pointy end of the lamb season

Nearing the pointy end of the lamb season

Mel CroadAug 8, 2022
As we enter the pointy end of the processing season, it’s worth coming up for air and taking a look at how far the lamb kill has come. 
GDT punctuated by lack of demand

GDT punctuated by lack of demand

Guest writerAug 8, 2022
With current exchange rates, inflation impacts, shipping costs and other inputs, the easing in dairy prices will be welcomed as current uncertainty makes long-term views harder to shape.
Concern over bull-beef industry’s future

Concern over bull-beef industry’s future

Suz BremnerAug 8, 2022
There are a lot of calves but not many rearers.
Apple harvest hard work for T&G

Apple harvest hard work for T&G

Hugh StringlemanAug 8, 2022
Company makes progress on planting premium brand on automation-ready structures after tough season.
Carbon price jumps after climate commission advice

Carbon price jumps after climate commission advice

BusinessDeskAug 5, 2022
Market reacts to potential ETS squeeze on trigger price, NZUs up for auction.
Demand for feeder calves wavers

Demand for feeder calves wavers

Suz BremnerAug 5, 2022
Most sales reported softer markets for the first week of August.
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