FAO explains April dairy volatility
The Dairy Site, Friday 10 May 2013

Low stocks and abnormal production conditions have led to supply fears and a surge in milk prices over April, lifting the dairy price index almost 15 per cent. This volatility was largely due to drought conditions in New Zealand, which forced farmers to dry off herds and in extreme cases resort to early culling, the Food and Agriculture Organisation said earlier this week.

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