New Zealand Agribusiness Monthly November 2019

This monthly update provides a market outlook for dairy, beef, sheepmeat, and other key commodities, and gives an overview of what developments to watch in the weeks to come.

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Regulation: The government and the sector have agreed to work together to develop and implement a fit-for-purpose farm-level pricing mechanism for agricultural emissions by 2025

Dairy: All signs point to buoyant dairy commodity pricing through to 2020

Beef: Rabobank expects demand for manufacturing beef from both China and the US to put further upward pressure on already strong bull prices

Sheepmeat: Rabobank expects prices to hold at record levels out to at least the end of November, as demand from key international markets remains strong, and supplies of new season lambs tighten

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  • Tim Hunt

    Head of RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness - Australia & New Zealand
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  • Hayden Higgins

    Senior Analyst - Horticulture, Wine
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  • Emma Higgins

    Analyst - Dairy
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  • Blake Holgate

    Analyst - Animal Protein, Sustainability
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  • Michael Harvey

    Senior Analyst - Dairy
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  • Angus Gidley-Baird

    Senior Analyst - Animal Protein
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  • Cheryl Kalisch Gordon

    Senior Analyst - Grains & Oilseeds
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  • Wesley Lefroy

    Analyst - Agriculture
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  • Charles Clack

    Commodity Analyst
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