Saturday, September 26, 2020

Trekkerverkope kry woema na goeie oes

Trekkerverkope van 432 eenhede in Mei is aansienlik (19%) meer as die 364 eenhede wat verlede Mei verkoop is. Vir die jaar...

Wool market increases by 0,4%

The 19th sale of the 2019/20 wool season recently took place in Port Elizabeth, with 5 488 bales on offer of which...

Wool market remains steady despite marginal decrease

The seventh sale of the 2019/20 wool season took place recently. Of the 12 282 bales on offer, 96,8% was sold. The...

Pork exports and imports: January 2020

During January 2020, approximately 31,13% of South Africa’s pork exports went to Mozambique, which totalled 263 466kg. Namibia took up 26,08% of...

Wolmark versterk met 1,8%

Die 33ste veiling van die 2018/19-wolseisoen het met ‘n aanbod van 8 986 bale, waarvan 94,4% verkoop is, plaasgevind. Die wolmark verhandel...

#AgriMarkets: Adequate food supplies in the face of COVID-19

The fears about the potential disruptions that the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) could cause global supply chains have raised questions of whether South...

Wolmark verhandel hoër

Die wolmark verhandel tans hoër en die Cape Wools Merino-aanwyser het met 2,7% en 578 punte gestyg om op ’n waarde van R221,02/kg vir...

Wool market traded higher at season’s third sale

At the third sale of the 2019/20 wool season, 92,8% of the 11 390 bales on offer was sold. The wool market...

Wolmark verhandel 0,4% hoër

Die 19de veiling van die 2019/20-wolseisoen het onlangs met 'n aanbod van 5 488 bale waarvan 93,8% verkoop is, plaasgevind. Die mark...

Overview of the African fertiliser market

The international fertiliser market had a slow start in 2020 and the upcoming Lunar New Year in February might result in a...