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- Open Farm Sunday organisers announce preparation events for host farmers29 February 2016
Organisers of Open Farm Sunday, LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming), has announced a series of nationwide events for host farmers ahead of farming’s national open day on 5 June and Open Farm School Days throughout June 2016. The inspiring events packed with lots of hints and tips will help both experienced and new host farmers to have the best possible open farm events!
- Changes to First Milk member price schedules from April 201624 February 2016
First Milk (FM) has confirmed a number of changes to its member price schedules that will be implemented from April 2016.
- Where are the cows in the Northern Hemisphere?24 February 2016
It appears that low returns from the dairy sector have so far not given rise to a reduction in dairy cow numbers in the Northern Hemisphere.
- Currency shift gives some support to Sterling prices 24 February 2016
The weakening of the pound against the Euro is providing some support for the Sterling price the UK receives for dairy commodities sold to Europe.
- Arla holds March milk price22 February 2016
Arla Foods amba is maintaining its members’ on-account milk price for March 2016.
- UK receives additional cheese PSA allowance19 February 2016
Unused volume allowances for cheese Private Storage Aid (PSA) have been shared out between Member States, with the UK receiving an additional 8,669 tonnes.
- UK market helps Arla financial results in difficult 201517 February 2016
Arla has seen a decline the company’s financial results in 2015, in line with what the co-op was expecting.
- Fertiliser Market Outlook 17 February 2016
AHDB is publishing a Fertiliser Market Outlook, in response to demand from levy payers across all the sectors.
- Price pressure pushes more powder into intervention17 February 2016
The intervention campaign for SMP is filling up rapidly as EU wholesale prices remain under pressure.
- US milk production forecast to increase in 201617 February 2016
The US Department of Agriculture increased its milk production estimate for 2016 to 99.2bn litres in February’s World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report, up less than 0.1% of the previous 2016 forecast.