May dairy exports down 3%

As reported in Dairy Australia's Dairyweb News - July 10

Australia’s dairy exports year-to-date (YTD) May 2017 decreased 3.1% in volume and 0.6% in value, compared to May 2016 YTD.

Other dairy products, WMP, whey products, cheddar cheese and milk reported increases in volumes exported YTD May 2017, increasing 16.4%, 11%, 5%, 4.5% and 4.1% respectively, compared to year-to-date May 2016. Butter volumes fell -29.8% and SMP decreased 20.7%. In values, WMP rose 11.6%, whey 13.5% and other dairy products were 13.2% higher. Value falls were recorded for butter (-22.8%), butter oil (-39.2%) and SMP (-17.7%).