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Apiculture Monitoring Report 2019


Dave Black
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I haven't read through this thoroughly yet, but perhaps someone can explain this apparent contradiction to me (from the summary)?

 

"Average honey prices paid to New Zealand beekeepers in 2018/19... fell significantly for most honey types apart from monofloral mānuka honey.

 

The value of New Zealand’s pure honey exports increased by 2 percent in 2018/19... with higher export prices (up 10 percent)..."

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On 4/12/2020 at 10:57 AM, Dave Black said:

My experience suggests no-one looks at the document library any more...

 

Crown copyright permits non-commercial use with attribution as long as it is accurate and not disreputable, and they didn't voice any concern when I told them what  I did previously.

I still look in there Dave, so keep posting please ?

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The apiculture report is fascinating reading.

Thanks Dave for bringing it to our attention again.

 

The interesting part is always the bit where honey prices are mentioned. ...... average export price for non Manuka  honey  last year was a bit over $20/kg.

That's not bad coin ..... Yeah, Nah .....that's very good coin.   

What the report doesn't say is if the $20/kg was generated in retail packs.

I'm picking it was ..... which makes for quite a high onshelf price .....

 

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