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The exchange delay affects the price of milk to the producer, warns Conaprole

The exchange delay affects the price of milk to the producer, warns Conaprole

When referring to market values, the vice president of Conaprole noted: “The exchange rate hits us against us, which is lower than last year.”

He exchange delay affects the price of milk to the producer in Uruguay, despite the rise in values ​​in the international market, as confirmed from Conaprole.

Dairy products rose for the fourth consecutive time at the end of the trading platform. Fonterra and the vice president of Conaprole, Alejandro Pérez, admitted to Radio Carve that “the producers ask about the price of milk, but it is difficult to modify because it hits us against the exchange rate, which is ironed and lower than last year.”

Pérez analyzed that “there is not much offer and the market is showing eagerness”, something that “is perceived” in the dairy company’s sales, but he acknowledged that “the producer’s situation is complicated, beyond the good price of milk and the favorable relationship of the value of the grain to feed the livestock.”

Regarding future values, the vice president of Conaprole considered that “it is difficult to venture 30/60 days ahead” and, although he spoke of an improvement in the last two months, he warned: “It is very difficult for the price to change of milk to the producer until the end of the year.”

Complications for the entry of dairy products into Brazil

In moments where there were clashes with Brazil due to the price of rice and alleged speculation, Pérez referred to the relationship with the neighboring country regarding the income of the Uruguayan dairy.

“Brazil always has some complications when entering, we have had some problems,” acknowledged the leader and clarified that “although Conaprole complies with all the regulations of the Mercosur“There is great pressure from Brazilian dairy producers to stop imports.”

In any case, by echoing the severe floods that affect the state of Rio Grande do Sul, stated that “when Brazil has less dairy production, it demands more products,” venturing an improvement for the exports of the sector.

Source: Ambito

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