Tuesday, July 23, 2019

#AgriMarkets: SA to benefit from increased global grain supplies

As the 2019/20 production season begins in a number of countries in the northern hemisphere, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)...

Wolmark verbeter met 2,5%

Die 31ste veiling van die 2018/19 wol seisoen het vandag plaasgevind met 'n aanbod van 11 242 bale waarvan 90,9% verkoop is....

#AgriMarkets: Winter crops will benefit from positive weather

The Western Cape is the leading producer of South Africa’s winter crops, which are wheat, barley and canola. It is also in...

#AgriMarkets: Chinese potential for SA avocado exports

Not many agricultural subsectors are testimony to the export-led growth ambitions, of the South African government, as avocados.  Between the 1994/1995 and...

Wool market traded at 1,7% lower

The wool market ended lower at the auction and the Cape Wools Merino Indicator decreased by 1,7% and 342 points to close at a...

Wolmark verhandel 1,7% laer

Die wolmark verhandel tans laer en die Cape Wools Merino-aanwyser het met 1,7% en 342 punte verswak om op ’n waarde van R202,42/kg vir skoonwol te...

Market overview for March

Dr Frikkie Maré, academic head of the Department of Agricultural Economics at the University of the Free State, gives a monthly market overview of the...

Markoorsig vir Maart 2019

Dr Frikkie Maré, akademiese departementshoof van die Departement Landbou-Ekonomie aan die Universiteit van die Vrystaat, gee maandeliks ’n markoorsig van die vorige maand se...

#AgriMarkets: Southern Africa’s grain story post Cyclone Idai

As Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe continue to rebuild after the devastation wrought by  Cyclone Idai last month, we thought it appropriate to revisit the...

Tractor sales significantly down

March tractor sales of 600 units were significantly (17%) down on the 726 units sold in March last year. Year-to-date sales for the first...
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