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US milk prices to stay 'significantly' lower in 2015

The National Milk Producers Federation highlights the dent to values from a reversal of last year's "tight" market conditions

Dairy downturn takes toll on New Zealand land prices
New Zealand's dairy farm market put in a weak finish to 2014 amid weakening milk price prospects, and with dryness fears growing too
Dairy prices rise again, amid New Zealand dryness fears
Prices rise at GlobalDairyTrade for a third successive event, led by the biggest gain in whole milk powder values since July 2013
Dairy Crest loses one-third of Morrisons milk contract
Dairy Crest's dairies business, which is being sold to Theo Müller, loses part of a grocery supply deal, amid a supermarket milk price war
Carr's flags diversity, as UK dairy crisis tests feed arm
The feed-to-engineering group acknowledges some dent to its UK performance from the dairy sector downturn. But cold weather boosts its US division
Dairy prices get 2015 off to flying start at key auction
Dairy prices rise at GlobalDairyTrade at their fastest since December 2013, raising hopes that, after halving last year, they may have found a floor
'Too early' to call time on dairy price downturn - Arla
The Danish-based giant, unveiling a further drop in farmgate milk prices, warns that world dairy supply and demand "are still out of balance"
Dairy prices to recover in 2015 - but not until second half
Rabobank cuts hopes for dairy prices in the first half of next year, citing resilient output and soft demand. But better times for sellers lie ahead
Dairy prices 'to stay under pressure' in 2015
US officials, in their first forecasts for 2015, see milk output growth in major exporters slowing - but not by enough to revive dairy prices
Dairy prices end poor year on firm note
The GlobalDairyTrade auction saves its best performance of 2014 to the end, with strong gains for dairy fats. Will they prove a leading indicator?
Low milk price takes toll on New Zealand output
Fonterra, citing tumbling dairy prices, ditches expectations of a rise in milk collections in the world's top exporting country
Fonterra pushes back hopes for dairy price revival
The dairy giant, cutting its milk price forecast to an eight-year low, highlights "strong" world output, but headwinds to demand
UN flags potential for rebound in food prices
Food prices have fallen to a four-year low, weakened by tumbling dairy and sugar values, the UN say. However, the likelihood of a recovery has risen
Dairy prices - will 2015 prove as downbeat as 2014?

Dairy prices near-halved last year as Chinese and Russian buyers stepped back, while producers kept output high. Will those dynamics reverse in 2015?

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