Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Wolmark verhandel 1,6% hoër

Die 18de veiling van die 2019/20-wolseisoen het onlangs met 'n aanbod van 6 579 bale, waarvan 94% verkoop is, plaasgevind. Die mark...

#AgriMarkets: Understanding SA’s agricultural trade patterns

Understanding agricultural trade patterns is a key facet of sound decision-making within the sector. After reaching a record level of $10,6 billion...

Wool market shows slight increase of 1,6%

The 18th sale of the 2019/20 wool season recently took place in Port Elizabeth, with 6 579 bales on offer of which...

#AgriMarkets: Zimbabwe lifts ban on GM maize imports

For years Zimbabwe has maintained a ban on the importation or growing of genetically modified (GM) maize. While the policy disadvantaged farmers...

Wool market declines slightly by 0,5% during 177th auction

The 177th sale of the 2019/20 wool season recently took place in Port Elizabeth with 7 275 bales on offer, of which...

Wolmark verswak effens met 0,5%

Die 17de veiling van die 2019/20-wolseisoen het onlangs met ‘n aanbod van 7 275 bale, waarvan 95,7% verkoop is, plaasgevind. Die plaaslike...

#AgriMarkets: Optimism about SA maize harvest in 2019/20

Since the start of the year, we’ve been cautious about making a bold call on South Africa’s maize harvest in the 2019/20...

Wolmark verhandel 1,1% laer

Die 16de veiling van die 2019/20-wolseisoen het onlangs met 'n aanbod van 11 570 bale, waarvan 96,5% verkoop is, plaasgevind. Die plaaslike...

#AgriMarkets: US-China trade agreement and its impact on SA

The United States (US) and China recently signed a 'phase 1' trade agreement, following months of tension, negotiation and uncertainty. There are...

Wool market shows a minimal rise as 15th sale concludes

The 15th sale of the 2019/20 wool season recently took place in Port Elizabeth, with 11 329 bales on offer of which...