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US casts doubt on hopes for dairy price recovery

A dairy price revival "may be slower" coming than investors foresee, despite the steepest drop in New Zealand milk output in 16 years

Rabo cuts wheat price hopes, even as futures rise
Rabobank cuts wheat price hopes, warning investors against overplaying the US wetness theme. It is cautious on sugar too, and flags a coffee "war"
Sugar prices face 'bearish pressure' - for now
The International Sugar Organisation is downbeat on prices short-term, but forecasts growing world production deficits ahead
Growth in Chinese sugar imports here to stay
Chinese sugar demand is rising, at a time when output is heading to a 10-year low, US officials say, as customs data show a jump in April imports
UK wheat stocks to end season near record high
Despite the prospect of a supply downgrade, UK wheat stocks still look to be some of the highest on record
Brazil CS cane crush to rise, but sugar output to drop - Unica
Improved weather will boost the cane harvest in Brazil's key Centre South region. But extra cane will be turned into ethanol, not sugar
US farmland prices fall for 18th month
... but the overall decline disguises sharp variations between individual markets, Creighton University says
Suedzucker stands by hopes for sugar recovery - eventually
Europe's largest sugar refine foresees a further drop in profits for now, but foresees the "basis for a recovery of world sugar market prices"
Coffee prices plunge, as Volcafe lifts supply hopes
Coffee prices accelerate a decline after Volcafe lifts estimates for supplies both this season and in 2015-16. Robusta futures hit 15-month low
EU handing double whammy to African sugar exporters
European sugar reforms could shut African producers out of what has been a lucrative market, Ecobank warns
Russian wheat sowings lag - in contrast to rapid corn pace
Russia's farmers are proving unusually slow at planting wheat, but rapid in sowing corn. Will this be reflected in harvest fortunes?
Canada's canola stocks to slump to 18-year low
Inventories of canola in the top exporting country will near-halve next season, the AAFC ministry says, as weather worries for the crop grow
Coffee price fall puts brakes on Colombia coffee revival
The revival in Colombia's coffee output is to slow to a crawl, and exports not grow at all as lower prices squeeze farmers' margins, US officials say
US cotton sowings to prove amongst lowest on record

Informa sees US cotton sowings falling even further than official forecasts show. But does that mean harvest prospects are poor too?

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