While most of Australia was not too thrilled by the rain deluge of late 2021/early 2022, dairy farmers were finally rejoicing.
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After a multi-year drought, the outlook for dairy trusts has been turning with the downpour starting to outweigh record low prices at the farmgate.

But as with every industry, costs are also rising to make extra litres of milk. That will make the lofty return goals of Prime Value Asset Management’s Elizabeth Blackhurst and Kirsti Keightley even more challenging to achieve. Nonetheless, both are confident that the tailwinds will outlast the costs associated with labour, supply chains, and the ESG transition.

Major dairy companies from around the world have pledged to disclose and tackle methane emissions – but Fonterra is noticeably absent.

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