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Milk powder, prices decrease in Oceania

The two major countries in Oceania are still seeing mixed results. Milk production in Australia, in January, decreased by 5,9% compared to the same month of last year. (data Clal) On the other hand, favorable weather conditions in fall in New Zealand might favor a better-than-expected milk production. As for butter, minimum price
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Milk production still falling in Oceania

2016 ended with a fall in milk production for Australia and New Zealand, the two main countries of Oceania; Australia lost 10.29% in the July-October period of 2016 compared to the same period the previous year and New Zealand reported a decrease of 3% over a longer period – from
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Late milk and dairy season in Australia

It looks like Australian milk and dairy season is sensibly late: it is in fact largely believed that the usual seasonal trend has been delayed. Apparently, the cause might be the cold and rainy weather that went on for most of the spring and is still persisting in summer. In spite
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Milk production down in Australia

Milk production in August was down by 9.28% in Australia compared to the same month the previous year. Reasons for this are to do with the weather situation. Although spring rains brought some relief to livestock farmers in the southeast and a reduction in prices of water for irrigation (with
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A Mark of Origin for a well-known New Zealand cheese

The name Kaikoura won't mean much to most people, yet in New Zealand it stands for two excellencies: a sea town on the South Island where you can see spectacular whales and dolphins (a real tourist destination that is attracting increasing numbers of visitors wanting to see these marine mammals) and a
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Dairy prices rise in Oceania

Dairy prices are rising in the countries of Oceania albeit unevenly. In Australia the increase is also due to the weather which has been characterised by rainfall throughout the southern regions and dryness and drought in the north. This has brought relief to milk manufacturers in the south given that
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Whey to be used in a biogas plant in England

Does the world's largest biogas plant run on whey? The answer is yes. Developed from a renovated existing plant which has had a nitrogen and phosphorus recovery system added to it, this new plant is located in a dairy owned by Dairy Crest Group in Aspatria, a rural town of just 3,000
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