Pork Quarterly Q4 2019: Producers Remain Cautious on Expansion as Risks Outweigh Rewards

November 5, 2019 Rabobank

Global pork prices continue to rise, as protein shortfalls intensify competition for a shrinking supply, according to Rabobank’s Pork Quarterly Q4 2019. In the US, record production more than offsets surge in export demand.

Poultry Quarterly Q4 2019: Challenging Global Supply: Rising Dark Meat Prices, Low Breast Meat Prices

September 19, 2019 Rabobank

Key concerns are the ongoing oversupply situations in many global markets, like the EU, US and South Africa. Actually, only disease-affected China and Mexico, and Brazil (due to the combination of supply reduction and improved export demand), are performing relatively well.

Beef Quarterly Q3 2019: Momentum is Building in Sustainable Beef

August 29, 2019 Rabobank

Strong beef demand in China, with imports in 1H 2019 up by more than 50% YOY, and trade uncertainty – including the US-China trade war, Brexit, and new Mercosur access to the EU – are the dominant themes in global beef, according to Rabobank’s Beef Quarterly for Q3 2019.

Pork Quarterly Q3 2019: Disease and Trade Issues are Jointly Changing the Global Market

July 30, 2019 Rabobank

Rising disease pressures are challenging the global market. Specifically, African swine fever (ASF) continues to threaten the global pork market, not only by causing a production drop in Asian countries, but also adding uncertainty to trade and production prospects in other parts of the world.

Dairy Quarterly Q2 2019: Optimism in the Midst of Chaos

June 26, 2019 Rabobank

Tightening milk supply, reduced stocks, and price stability continue to be the key themes permeating across global dairy markets, according to Rabobank’s Dairy Quarterly Q2 2019 report.. Not surprisingly, milk powder prices performed well in Q1 2019, posting year-on-year increases of over 30% on the back of lower milk supply and falling stocks. In contrast, the fat complex was more broadly stable.