Between proficit and deficit: an overview of the global dairy market
Despite the decrease in prices for milk raw materials in Europe, too much export supply for dairy products and weak demand on foreign markets, attractive…
Milk market overview in Ukraine and the world
Rising prices for dairy products The FAO dairy price index averaged 147.1 points in April, 1.3 points (0.9%) higher than in March, the eighth consecutive…
The Ukrainian decision to record losses caused to the agricultural sector as a result of the war was recognized as one of the most innovative
The Ukrainian solution for fixing losses in the agricultural sector as a result of the war, developed by experts of the USAID AGRO Program and the Ukrainian Agrі Council, entered the final of the international innovation competition. It was presented at the annual conference "SID-US", held on May 24 in Washington.
45 Ukrainian producers have the right to export dairy products
45 operators of the Ukrainian market have the right to export dairy products. Of them, 19 received such an opportunity in 2022, and 5 this year.
The Russian Federation launched 23 missiles at Ukraine
Today, the Russian Federation launched 23 missiles at Ukraine. One of the rockets hit a nine-story residential building in Uman, Cherkasy region, brutally killing civilians while they slept peacefully and bringing death and destruction hundreds of miles from any active front line.
Demining agricultural land is critically necessary, - Hanna Lavreniuk
According to the State Emergency Service, a third of the territory of Ukraine remains contaminated with explosive objects, including agricultural land. According to preliminary forecasts, in 2023, the area sown under agricultural crops will decrease by 7 million hectares (before the war, 29 million hectares were sown) - that is, MILLIONS OF HECTARES WILL NOT BE SOWN due to mining.
In the first quarter of 2023, the share of industrial milk increased by 3.95%
Despite the challenges of the ongoing russian-Ukrainian war, domestic producers continue to work on the productivity of animals, the quality and safety of raw milk.
Dairy farms from the frontline and de-occupied territories are in critical need of demining
Dairy farms in the de-occupied and near-front areas without demining will NOT be able to prepare coarse fodder for livestock and will be forced to significantly reduce or completely CLOSE THE DAIRY DIRECTION.
Processors are interested in reducing raw milk prices
Raw milk prices in Ukraine as of March 27 remained unchanged since the Association of Milk Producers conducted preliminary monitoring on March 13. But on the spot market, milk still became cheaper by 19 kopecks.