Thursday, July 7, 2022

Markets


Wool back as carpet option

Wool back as carpet option

ByRichard RennieJul 6, 2022
A study conducted by Bremworth on millennial consumers’ attitudes over the past three years is revealing the perception wool carpets are more expensive when compared to synthetics is less of a barrier than it once was. The results come only…

More consumers seek NZ’s pure taste

ByNeal WallaceJul 6, 2022
Research shows the Taste Pure Nature brand is gaining traction with its targeted red meat-consuming audiences in the United States and China but also warns a third of Californians have…

Less meat exported, but for bigger returns

ByStaff reporterJul 5, 2022
Red meat exporters may be selling less product, but they are earning more for it according to sales data for May. The Meat Industry Association reports that during the month…

NZX milk price forecast jumps

ByGuest writerJul 4, 2022
Milk price futures had a big week, with large increases on both the second and third contracts.  The 2022-23 contract settled at a record $10.63/kg MS, up 3.2% from the…


Bumpy yet profitable road ahead for dairy

Bumpy yet profitable road ahead for dairy

ByGuest writerJul 4, 2022
Dairy commodity prices reached record heights earlier in 2022, leaving many wondering whether we have yet reached peak powder prices.…
Follow science, not politics

Follow science, not politics

ByGerald PiddockJul 4, 2022
Another month has gone by and another new piece of policy has been put in front of farmers to digest.…
EU deal gets a mixed report card

EU deal gets a mixed report card

ByEric FrykbergJul 4, 2022
As the dust settles on last week’s Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the European Union (EU), it’s become clear that…
Store markets make good progress

Store markets make good progress

BySuz BremnerJul 1, 2022
As the shortest day passes and we creep into the second half of the year it is an opportune time…
Bull sales end with real momentum

Bull sales end with real momentum

ByHugh StringlemanJul 1, 2022
Matariki Holiday at Fairlie, South Canterbury, saw the highest price of the 2022 two-year bull sale season – $92,500 for…
Good NZ-EU deal or no deal

Good NZ-EU deal or no deal

ByNigel StirlingJun 30, 2022
Meat and dairy exporters had thrown their arms up in despair at continued stonewalling from European negotiators as the Prime…
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