Irish Examiner - 3/2/2021 3:35:00 PM
An unprecedented 15% rise in the Global Dairy Trade Price Index at today’s auction has indicated global dairy markets can deliver much improved milk prices for dairy farmers. The eighth-in-a-row positive Global Dairy Trade auction result on Tuesday took prices to their highest level of more than seven years.
Newshub - 3/2/2021 12:05:00 PM
Dairy prices surged 15 percent in the latest Global Dairy Trade auction overnight, hitting a seven-year high. The average price at the auction was US$4231 per metric tonne (MT). The price for whole milk powder - the most important commodity for New Zealand farmers - rose a whopping 21 percent to US$4364/MT.
Stuff.co.nz - 3/2/2021 1:05:00 PM
Waikato farmer Ben Moore had to wipe the sleep out of his eyes when he woke up to read the figures of the latest Global Dairy Trade auction on Wednesday morning. Dairy prices jumped 15 per cent overnight,
Independent.ie on MSN.com - 3/3/2021 5:48:22 AM
Farm organisations have hailed a bumper Global Dairy Trade (GDT) auction yesterday and said the result should signal strong Irish milk prices in the coming months.
Stuff.co.nz - 3/2/2021 7:31:00 PM
Southland dairy farmers are both shocked and excited by a significant spike in milk prices at the latest Global Dairy Trade auction.
AgriLand - 2/26/2021 9:47:00 AM
The recent strength for European butter prices continued in recent weeks while SMP price action was a bit mixed, according to StoneX.
The New Zealand Herald - 3/2/2021 4:34:00 PM
Kiwi dairy farmers could be forgiven for thinking that the decimal point was in the wrong place, when viewing the latest Global Dairy Trade auction results this morning. Prices across the board in last night's auction leapt an incredible 15.
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Scoop - 3/3/2021 1:09:00 AM
Dairy prices have shot up to a fresh seven-year high in the overnight global auction. . The average price at the auction rose 15 percent to $US423