Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Markets


Checking in on farming conditions in the Chatham

Checking in on farming conditions in the Chatham

Sarah HilhorstApr 24, 2024
Lamb and weaner calf numbers are mounting on the islands as farmers itch to get a chance at mainland markets before the winter slowdown, though thankfully feed is not a problem.

PGW downgrades earnings guidance 

Farmers WeeklyApr 24, 2024
Drought and market woes put a padlock on farmers’ wallets.

Top cows climb into the $20,000s

Hugh StringlemanApr 24, 2024
Waikato auction of high-producing Holsteins does the girls proud.

Award-winning gelato company makes move to reduce food waste

Farmers WeeklyApr 23, 2024
Growing demand for artisanal gelato will see one of NZ’s largest manufacturers expand into retail – a move which will also see perishable fruit and vege diverted from landfills.


Atmospheric river couldn’t dampen Whataroa calf sale

Atmospheric river couldn’t dampen Whataroa calf sale

Suz BremnerApr 23, 2024
After a week’s delay, day finds stock in magnificent form.
DINZ logs progress on China velvet rule change

DINZ logs progress on China velvet rule change

Annette ScottApr 23, 2024
‘Positive’ meetings in NZ and abroad as negotiators chase certainty on frozen velvet access to major market.
Forest value lies far beyond logs

Forest value lies far beyond logs

Richard RennieApr 22, 2024
Producing bio-products such as wood-based fuels and chemical compounds could unlock billions, industry group says.
McClay eyes trade mission to China

McClay eyes trade mission to China

Farmers WeeklyApr 22, 2024
Three-stop visit to NZ’s largest export market sparks plan for trip this year to build on leads.
ANALYSIS: Threats and opportunities as US flexes trade muscle

ANALYSIS: Threats and opportunities as US flexes trade muscle

Nigel StirlingApr 22, 2024
Any sanctions against Chinese banks could force a reckoning for NZ on its trading partnerships, writes Nigel Stirling.
Venison demand could outstrip supply this year

Venison demand could outstrip supply this year

Annette ScottApr 19, 2024
Demand versus supply is looking to hold New Zealand venison pricing firm as exporters begin to secure contracts.
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