Dairy 3.0 – A new paradigm for the UK dairy industry?

Kite Consulting looks at what recent uncertainties in the milk market and over Brexit could mean to UK dairy farmers.

Is it time to trigger Project Prudence?

Kite Consulting looks at what recent uncertainties in the milk market and over Brexit could mean to UK dairy farmers.

The Future of the Liquid Milk Processing Sector

Kite Consulting launches new analysis of liquid milk sector Kite Consulting has today launched “The Future of the Liquid Milk Processing Sector” – a report containing an analysis of the sector that considers the short and long-term challenges it faces and what farmers need to be aware of when planning their long-term future.

Feeding Sustainable Soya Technical Update

The World demand for soya beans is growing every year because of the increasing human demand for soya oil to meet population growth (Sustainable Food Trust). Approximately 80% of soya oil is used for human food, and 20% for industry, pharmaceuticals and biodiesel.

Palm Oil Technical Update

Sustainability is a key concern for everyone working in food production. Agriculture faces the challenge of increasing food production to efficiently supply the demands of the growing population, while reducing resource use and addressing consumer demands and concerns for the environment.

Client Update: 2018 Milk Solids

As more UK dairy processors focus their payment schedules around milk solids rather than volume, is it time to re-think dairy economics beyond pence per litre?

Technical Update: forage supplies

The extremely dry weather means grass has stopped growing and conserved forages are in short supply. This Technical Update gives information on stretching out forage supplies for the dairy herd.

Technical Update: The drought & milk supply

The 2018 drought is turning out to be one of the most serious long-term weather effects for more than 25 years and many are already comparing it with 1976. This Technical Update outlines the possible implications on milk supply.

What will Brexit mean for the UK Dairy Sector

Brexit is the single biggest factor to affect British agriculture for many generations. Its impact on trade relations, the form of future farm support, access to foreign markets and currency will be huge. Kite Consulting has put together this report to outline the possible ramifications of different forms of Brexit on the UK dairy industry, and to draw conclusions on the likelihood of each scenario.