A quarterly update on our 2023 Outlook for the dairy sector that was published in January.
Dairy revenues have seen a small boost. However, input costs — particularly feed costs — will remain elevated for most of 2023.
Inflation is everywhere in agriculture, but not all the inflationary pressures facing hog and dairy farmers get transmitted through the supply chain.
The FCC 2023 dairy outlook suggests production and price increases will lift dairy revenues in 2023, but the sector faces headwinds that will challenge profitability.
We explain why price transmission in Canada’s agri-food supply chains is elusive and offer some context to discussions of food inflation.
The FCC Q3 2022 dairy outlook update shows production costs levelling off and demand, while still strong, is getting tested by inflation and declining financial security.
Have feed prices peaked? The FCC Q2 2022 dairy outlook update covers dairy trends to watch, including production costs, demand and the impact of inflation.
High feed prices cloud the 2022 outlook for the livestock sector.
The 2022 dairy outlook update shows climbing production costs while dairy consumption remains strong despite rising retail prices.
The FCC 2022 dairy outlook suggests higher producer prices, uncertain production growth and slower inflation in production costs.