Saturday, October 16, 2021

Sterker rand en klein aanbod lei tot daling in wolmark

Die wolmark het 2% laer teen R159,22 gesluit. Die aanbod was relatief klein en 95,8% van die 8 083 bale is verkoop....

Gunstige reënval gee trekkerverkope ’n hupstoot

Trekkerverkope van 445 eenhede in Januarie is aansienlik meer (28%) as die 348 eenhede wat verlede Januarie verkoop is. Net soos in...

High rainfall and record planting bode well for soya bean season

One vital task in South Africa’s quest to improve its poultry industry is boosting soya bean production, a crucial ingredient in poultry...

Tractor sales for 2021 could get a 10% boost

January’s tractor sales of 445 units were significantly (28%) more than the 348 units sold in January last year. In January, there...

Pork trade report: December 2020

AgriOrbit’s pork trade report details South Africa’s monthly pork exports, imports and slaughter figures courtesy of the South African Pork Producers’ Organisation (SAPPO)....

Wool market sheds gain from previous week

The wool market shed some of its gains from last week and eased by 4,2% to close at R162,54/kg.

Fyner langwol ontlok goeie mededinging

Die wolmark het hierdie week effens laer gesluit en 4,2% gedaal om teen R162,54/kg te sluit. Die aanbod het uit 12 816...

SA summer crop data reaffirm positive outlook for 2020/21 season

The latest data in South Africa’s agricultural sector reinforce the view that the 2020/21 production season could potentially deliver one of the...

Wolmark toon wesentlike styging van 12,1%

Die wolmark het hierdie week ’n wesentlike styging van 12,1% getoon en teen R169,71/kg gesluit. ’n Aantal van 13 176 bale is...

Good demand from China drives wool market

The wool market surged upwards by a substantial 12,1% this week to close at R169,71/kg. A total of 13 176 bales were...