Saturday, October 16, 2021

Wool market continues upward trend

The wool market continued its upward trend this week and traded 1% higher from the previous sale to close at R167,44/kg.

Wolmark sluit 1% hoër

Die wolmark het vandag 1% hoër teen R167,44/kg gesluit. Die algehele aanbod was 10 002 bale, waarvan meer as die helfte nie-Merinowol...

Critical data on agri to be released this week

The week ahead brings a flurry of critical data on the South African agricultural sector. The most notable release is the Quarterly...

Wolmark neem toe met 4,1%

Die wolmark het sterker verhandel en met 4,1% toegeneem om teen R165,76/kg te sluit. Die meerderheid van die aanbod...

Wool market trades stronger

The wool market traded stronger this week with a 4,1% increase following the previous sale, to close at R165,76/kg.

First mohair sale of 2021 summer season sees 25% increase

The first mohair sale of the 2021 summer season took place in Port Elizabeth on 9 February 2021, with 53 289kg on...

Monthly market overview for January 2021

Dr Frikkie Maré, agricultural economist and academic head of the Department of Agricultural Economics at the University of the Free State, gives...

Landboumarkoorsig vir Januarie 2021

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

Second-largest level on record for SA’s agri-exports in 2020

South Africa’s agricultural exports amounted to US$10,2 billion in 2020, which is a 3% increase from the previous year. This is the...

Lower volume and stronger rand lead to decline in wool market

A lower volume of 8 083 bales was on offer at the wool sale, with the market easing by 2% from the...