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Dairy price rebound 'not enough yet' to revive NZ milk output

New Zealand milk production will fall in 2017 for a third successive year, for the first time in more than half a century, US officials say

UK wheat exports face sharp slowdown - boding well for prices
The revived appetite for wheat of the Ensus bioethanol plant, after a weaker UK harvest, looks like putting an end to a rapid pace of exports
Booming grain output to stress Argentina's infrastructure
Argentina's inland transport infrastructure, particularly in the north of the country, will have to deal with much higher agricultural output
French sugar beet area to soar 20% next year
Beet farmers are gearing up for a boost to output, as EU quotas end next year, with isoglucose production also expected to jump
Palm oil prices to stay supported into 2017
Rising Indian imports, El Nino after-effects and low Chinese stocks will prop up palm oil values - early next year, at least VSA Capital says
Australia's 'monster' wheat harvest showing east-west divide
... in quality as well as quantity, with eastern protein levels holding up, while Western Australia proves "the exception"
Disease a worry for cocoa output in Brazil - but not Cote d'Ivoire
A shortfall in cocoa deliveries in Cote d'Ivoire is down to low stocks rather than disease, the ICCO says. In Brazil, however...
No major exodus from EU after MIFID II, says ETR Advisory
Traders should hurry to comply with beefed up European financial rules, says Aviv Handler of ETR Advisory
Watch out for Brazilian real next week, top trader tells ag investors
ADM's Eddie Tofpik says next week could prove crucial for Brazil's currency - and therefore for investors in the likes of coffee and sugar
Brexit uncertainty could continue for years, FenGrain boss warns
Negotiations to leave the EU are unlikely to be completed within the two-year window, with ongoing uncertainty for UK agriculture
Drones, satellites put ag markets 'on brink of' data revolution
New technologies, as well as old, are being used to fill the void in accurate data - a "real problem" in coffee, the AgriRisk Forum hears
'Sheer number of unknowns' deters private equity from farming
David Gray, at Altima Partners, tells the AgriRisk Forum that fears over the likes of weather and are keeping private equity investors away
On-farm storage reduces harvest pressure in Black Sea
Increased Asian demand, and higher farm storage, disrupted the seasonal decline of Russian wheat prices this season, but those trends could unwind
Weather agencies say La Nina is here, Olam says otherwise

Several weather agencies are saying the La Nina is here, which is good news for some companies, but is worrying others

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