The drying season in Ukraine is almost over. Several dairies still remain in operation, the ones that use raw milk produced by rural households keeing cows. The price of this milk has not particularly risen since summer. – INFAGRO
Analysis of Ukrainian dairy exports carried out in June shows that there are buyers of Ukrainian dairy products whose share in exports of a certain product exceeds 50%. – INFAGRO
Earlier, Ukraine has been among the major players in the global dairy market. But during 2005-2010 there occured a substantial reduction in milk production and dairies got reoriented to produce more profitable dairy produce. Then milk powder production in the country and milk powder exports […]
The spring surplus of milk makes Ukrainian dairy processors, albeit reluctantly, but increase drying of milk. The reason for the lack of enthusiasm is evident: firstly, the price for this product is too low, and secondly – raw milk is still not so cheap to profitably manufacture powdered milk. – INFAGRO
Prices at this week’s Fonterra Global Dairy Trade (GDT) auction could come under further pressure, according to AHDB Dairy’s senior market analyst Patty Clayton.
Autumn is at the height, but demand for milk powder and butter is not high in Russia, which was not observed last years.
After notable jump in prices for commodity products in August, they stopped the growth in the beginning of September.
More milk is being processed into powders and butter according to the European Commission’slatest outlook.
GLOBAL – Low dairy prices are set to be prolonged in the absence of a Chinese white knight and a likelihood of strong milk production into next year, says Rabobank.
For now there is enough milk powder both in Russia and in Belarus.