NZ milk production isn't flat-lining or declining – yet

Rebecca Howard
Tue, 25 May 2021

Rebecca Howard
Tue, 25 May 2021
New Zealand’s milk production statistics in April certainly do not point to national supply flat-lining or declining, at least in the short-term.Milk production was up 11.6% last month versus the prior April while season-to-date milk production was up 2.4%, figures from the Dairy Companies Association of New Zealand show. “This lift in milk production is a continuation of the great summer and autumn growing conditions for North Island dairy farmers,” said NZX dairy analyst Stuart Davison. The NZX Pasture Growth Index...

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