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NZ dairy farm values defy milk price slump

New Zealand dairy farm prices kept on rising through the winter, even as milk values have tumbled, and defying a sluggish broader land market

Rabo warns on dairy, as prices hit five-year low
Dairy prices are amidst a "protracted bear market", Rabobank says, as prices at GlobalDairyTrade drop to their lowest since 2009
Cotton, soy, ethanol lead Louis Dreyfus revival
The commodities giant enjoys a far stronger start to 2014 than 2013, as good processing margins and "strong" cotton profits offset dairy weakness
Dairy rout spurs $4bn cut to Fonterra milk payout
Fonterra cuts its milk price forecast for a second time, to a level 37% below last season's, and warns of the potential for further downgrades
'Extremely volatile' dairy markets hit Dairy Crest
Shares in the UK group hit a 20-month low after it reveals a loss at its dairy operations, which will see a further two factories close
English dairy herd expands for first time in 2000s
The number of dairy cows of breeding age soars, as farmers prepare for the removal of production quotas. Still, lower milk prices lie ahead
Caution over dairy market despite milk price rise
Dairy prices at GlobalDairyTrade break a losing spree, with milk values rising. Still, there is no sign yet that Chinese buyers have returned
Arla boosts growth drive with Egyptian dairy bid
Danish-based Arla Foods lodges an outline offer for Arab Dairy Products - raising the potential for a bid battle
Parmalat unveils second Brazil deal in two weeks
Parmalat, part of the Lactalis empire, signs outline terms on the \$800m purchase of Brasil Foods' dairy division, which attracted a host of suitors
Dairy prices drop amid signs of 'capitulation'
Dairy prices fall at GlobalDairyTrade to a fresh two-year low, helped by another slide in skim milk powder values - down 20% in two events
Dairy markets still face 'lacklustre' China demand
New Zealand's Westland, cutting its milk price forecast, and Dutch-based Friesland, unveiling a profits fall, flag clouds over world dairy demand
Fonterra holds milk price as it unveils China deal
The co-operative forecasts a revival in dairy prices later in 2014 as it announces a "game changing" tie-up with a Chinese infant formula group
EU 'mulling storage aid' for Russia-hit milk firms
The European Commission may extend to dairy its support programme for agriculture groups affected by Russia's ban on EU food imports
Dairy price rally 'threatens long-term damage' to demand

High dairy prices are boosting farmers' prosperity for now. But will they pay a long-term price? And what happens if China's economy falters?

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