Australia - Pork prices buoyant thanks to stock shortage

Pork prices are expected to remain strong for the next six to twelve months because of fewer domestic pigs. Australian Pork Council CEO Andrew Spencer says pork prices are currently at record highs because of a combination of low grain prices, a low Australian dollar and a general shortage of pigs.
Monday 12 January 2009 (9 years 4 months 14 days ago)
Pork prices are expected to remain strong for the next six to twelve months because of fewer domestic pigs.

Australian Pork Council CEO Andrew Spencer says pork prices are currently at record highs because of a combination of low grain prices, a low Australian dollar and a general shortage of pigs.

http://www.abc.net.au/rural/news/content/200901/s2463631.htm

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