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  • DA Annual Report 2014-2015 5782kb

  • October 2015 Dairy Situation and Outlook 3716kb

    Improved market sentiment has seen global dairy commodity prices begin to rise from their recent extreme lows. Factors such as a deteriorating milk production outlook for New Zealand and reduced GlobalDairyTrade (GDT) offer volumes have helped to drive this lift, but further rebalancing of supply and demand is required if prices are to match or exceed ‘average’ levels in the short term. Global milk production has continued to grow in defiance of the dramatic falls in international dairy prices over the past year and a half, although tighter margins on farm have seen slowing in many regions. At the same time, demand growth has been relatively small, has largely come from price sensitive countries, and has slowed in recent months. Hence the wholesale adjustment needed to balance market fundamentals still appears some way off, and is not generally expected before mid-2016.

  • Australian Dairy Industry In Focus 2015 3319kb

    Australian dairy is a $13.5 billion farm, manufacturing and export industry and is one of the nation’s three most important local rural industries. It spans across every Australian state, comprising about 6100 farms, around 120 factories and provides employment for 39,000 people.

  • Dairy Australia Strategic Plan: 2013-16 11558kb

    DA’s strategy addresses the key on-going and emerging issues facing the industry that are within DA’s remit. While the current program of work remains appropriate in general, DA will make changes to internal structures and investment priorities to better

  • Statutory Funding Agreement 2013-2017 14414kb

    The Commonwealth has accepted that there is a need to encourage research and development in the primary sector, and that the provision of these services through public funding can contribute to enhanced the viability, sustainability and competitiveness of this sector.