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Dairy Farming Systems in Great Britain
Following the recent application for the development of a ‘large scale’ dairy unit in Britain there has been a huge increase in consumer, media and political interest in British dairy farming systems. ...
US Feed Outlook - October 2010
Corn planted and harvested areas are both increased this month, but a 6.7-bushel-per-acre decrease in yield lowers forecast corn production 496 million bushels. Production also is decreased for sorghum, barley, and oats, according to the USDA's Economic...
EU-27 - Livestock and Products Annual 2010
Beef and pork exports are expected to recover this year, writes Bob Flach in the latest GAIN report from USDA Foreign Agricultural Service. Between 2009 and 2011, EU cattle and pig numbers are projected to shrink 2.3 and 1.6 per cent, respectively. ...
A Summary Of Milk Production Across The World
This article from the FAO looks at dairy production across the globe. It looks at the status of production in the country, development in national dairy sectors and detailed farm-level data. ...
World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates - October 2010
The forecast of total US meat production is raised for 2010 but lowered for 2011, according to the latest USDA World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates. Milk production is expected to fall, as feed costs increase....
Recommendations For Smallholder Dairy Development
It is estimated that some 12-14 per cent of the world population, or 750 to 900 million people, live on dairy farms or within dairy farming households....
Australian Commodities: Beef And Veal
The Australian saleyard price for beef is forecast to increase by five per cent in 2010–11 to an average of around 301 cents a kilogram (dressed weight), in response to strong domestic restocker demand and improved consumer demand in Australia’s key...
International Competitiveness of 'Typical' Dairy Farms
This report from the FAO, compares the international competitiveness of ‘typical’ dairy farming systems in selected countries,with special focus on the cost of milk production and main determinants thereof. It also seeks to determine whether small-scale...
Australian Dairy Commodities
Australian farm-gate milk prices are forecast to rise by 3.2 per cent in 2010–11 to average 38.5 cents a litre, as a result of a continued recovery in global demand for dairy products....
Australian Commodities: Global Dairy
World prices for dairy products are forecast to average slightly higher in 2010–11 than in 2009–10. The world indicator price for cheese is forecast to increase by 3.5 per cent to average around US$3880 a tonne. ...
Rabobank Dairy Quarterly
Dairy commodity prices fell through July and August before rallying again in September,  leaving butter and cheese prices unchanged for Q3 and powder prices down five per cent to 14 per cent....
US Livestock and Dairy Outlook - September 2010
Demand, both foreign and domestic, continues to recover but price increases will be modest. Both cow numbers and production per cow are expected to rise, increasing milk production next year. Butter prices should moderate next year due to higher milk...
US Feed Outlook - September 2010
A decrease in corn production for 2010 has been seen from last month, according to the USDA's Economic Research Service (ERS). ...
World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimate - September 2010
The forecast for 2011 has been reduced as higher feed prices encourage cattle producers to keep cattle on forage longer and tempers pork, broiler, and turkey production gains, according to the USDA World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates....
Will EU Rules Impact MidWest US Dairy Farmers?
New European Union rules could impact US dairy producers selling milk to processors who export dairy products, says J.W. Schroeder, a dairy specialist with North Dakota State University. ...
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