Global Dairy Outlook

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Global Dairy Outlook

The global dairy dynamic continues to shift and face challenges into 2024. Production and demand continue to send mixed messages across the supply chain. Join Ryan Urie, Global Head of Meat and Livestock and Sarah Reid, Lead Analyst of Meat and Livestock – EMEA as they discuss the current landscape and what to expect from global prices going forward.

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