Dairy farm profits jump despite significant rises in some inputs

Bryce Eishold
Carlene Dowie
By Bryce Eishold, and Carlene Dowie
October 8 2021 - 1:00am
MANY OPPORTUNITIES: Tongala dairy farmer and Murray Dairy chair Andrew Tyler with some of his maize silage on his northern Victoria dairy farm.

Last financial year was one of Victorian dairy farmers' most profitable in more than a decade, despite trade tensions between Australia and China believed to be causing an increase in input costs of fertiliser and chemicals.

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Bryce Eishold

Bryce Eishold

Journalist

Bryce is an agricultural journalist for Australian Community Media's Stock & Land. He covers all aspects of ag from markets to politics and everything in between. Bryce is also the president of the Rural Press Club of Victoria. Email bryce.eishold@stockandland.com.au.

Carlene Dowie

Carlene Dowie is the editor of the Australian Dairyfarmer magazine and has more than 30 years' experience as a rural journalist.

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