Posts Tagged ‘dairy export’
Did you know that Australia imported dairy products, equivalent to 23% of all milk produced last year?
Australia is promoted as an export nation when dairy is discussed, and its true, about 30% of the milk produced is exported as cheese, butter, skim milk powder and whole milk powder. I have been watching / monitoring the Australian dairy industry for more than 20 years, and that is after working in the industry…Read More
Saputo buying Dairy Crest – a significant cheese maker in the UK
twitter.com/lorcanallen/status/1098855871004753920 This is an interesting move from Saputo. This will give them bases on 3 continents. Even if Brexit is a foulup, the UK market is close to 70 million people.Read More
Global milk surge, price crashes
Global milk production surges and the milk price crashes For those following milk prices, milk production and changes in the dairy industry, the last month resembles watching wild seas crashing into breakwater or rocky coast. In Australia, the news that one of the major exporters – Murray Goulburn has not only realised that the price forecasts…Read More
50,000 dairy cows dead or to be destroyed in New Mexico, Texas and surrounding areas due to the storm called “Goliath”.
There has been a major storm related disaster for the dairy production industry in South West USA. Approximately 35,000 cows have perished in a huge blizzard / storm called Goliath. It is thought that another 20,000 plus will have to be euthanized due to frost bitten teats! These are issues that are not experienced in…Read More
Changing the flow of dairy products
It is interesting to see that Russia is accessing dairy products from new sources and so changing the market flow. Iran is now exporting dairy products to Russia. It is good for the farmers of Iran who hopefully will see a benefit. What it does show, is that international policies, a long way from home,…Read More