Thursday, July 16, 2020

Lockdown knocked down sales values for vegetables

FNB’s analysis of the total value of sales of the selected fruit and vegetable commodities sold on South Africa’s major fresh produce...

Landboumarkoorsig vir Mei 2020

Dr Frikkie Maré, landbou-ekonoom en akademiese hoof van die Departement Landbou-ekonomie aan die Universiteit van die Vrystaat, gee maandeliks ’n markoorsig van...

#AgriMarkets: SA key maize supplier to African markets

The role of the South African and Zambian maize industries in the Southern and East African regions will remain significant in the...

Rusty tractor sales boosted by great crop harvest

May tractor sales of 432 units were significantly (19%) more than the 364 units sold in May last year.  On a year-to-date...

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...

#AgriMarkets: SA’s agricultural trade surplus expanded in the first quarter of...

The ongoing COVID-19 crisis has brought uncertainty in global trade because of disruptions in supply chains and weakening demand. South Africa’s agricultural...

Wolmark krimp met 1,6%

Die wolveiling van die afgelope week het met ’n aanbod van 5 637 bale die tweede deel van katalogus 27 uitgemaak. Die mark...

Wool market: Second half of catalogue 27 sold

The wool auction in the last week of May 2020 formed the second half of catalogue 27, with 5 637 bales offered...

Pork exports and imports: March 2020

During March 2020, a total of 35,86%, or 417 366kg, of South Africa’s pork exports were sent to Mozambique. Exports to Namibia...

#AgriMarkets: Dry weather hindering global wheat production

The inherent uncertainty around weather conditions remains a major risk to global wheat production in the foreseeable future. Whether one looks at...