What's feeding the cost of Milk in NZ and abroad?

Published: Tue 28 Aug 2018 09:43 AM
RaboResearch Podcast - What's feeding the cost of Milk in NZ and abroad?
RaboResearch has recently released a podcast titled : What's feeding the cost of Milk in NZ and abroad?
Listen to RaboResearch Dairy Analyst, Emma Higgins and Senior Grains Analyst Cheryl Kalisch Gordon discuss feed market dynamics in the key milk production regions and how might feed prices trend in New Zealand.
What’s covered in the podcast?
• The latest development in the EU, US & South American feed markets.
• Incoming Fonterra regulations on PKE use and how these new regulations are likely to impact overall feed costs
• The high grain prices for imported grain from Australia and the resulting opportunity for local NZ grain growers
You can access the full podcast here -

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