Monday, September 16, 2019

Wool market increases by 1,8%

The 33rd sale of the 2018/19 wool season in May, had 8 986 bales on offer of which 94,4% was sold. The...

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: SA agricultural trade surplus expands

If we do not write about South Africa’s first quarter of 2019 agricultural trade figures, one would assume that there have been...

April 2019: Market overview Markoorsig

Dr Frikkie Maré, academic departmental head of the Department of Agricultural Economics at the University of the Free State (UFS), provides a...

Wool market declines by 2,5%

The 32nd sale of the 2018/19 wool season had 5 686 bales on offer, with only 76,5% sold. The wool market ended...

Wolmark verswak met 2,5%

Die afgelope 32ste veiling van die 2018/19 wolseisoen het plaasgevind met ‘n aanbod van 5 686 bale, waarvan slegs 76,5% verkoop...

#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...
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