Another year is in full swing with calving either nearing completion or well underway across NZ. The winter had been relatively mild until recent weeks, but seems to have found some bite in August.
Trade tensions, politics, stimulus and financial repression. Grain harvest, sugar woes, crude oil spreads and social media!
Welcome rain has fallen across many parts of the country over the past few weeks following the dry, late summer. Stockfeed demand has picked up as a result, albeit from a very low base.
Brexit comes to the pointy end, US government shutdown, and US-China trade. There’s a bit going on around the globe!
Welcome rain has fallen over much of the country since our last update. What will the summer have instore from a feed perspective?
Game on down at New Plymouth! Look forward to servicing the Taranaki region from our new purpose built storage and distribution facility. #stockfeed #agchatnz @ADMNewZealand @RossBowmar pic.twitter.com/vBK9m9Iu1S — ADM New Zealand (@ADMNewZealand) November 8, 2018
Most regions are experiencing an excellent spring for growing grass. If soil moisture levels are maintained we should see pastures develop further through October and November.
Roof going on in time for summer in Taranaki. pic.twitter.com/qfd2UJeNXJ — ADM New Zealand (@ADMNewZealand) September 6, 2018
Congratulations to our daily hamper winners from the 2018 Fieldays.
It’s Fieldays eve, so it’s a good time to absorb some last minute market insights before you hit the ground running at Mystery Creek!