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WOLMARKVERSLAG / WOOL MARKET REPORT KAT / CAT CV11

WOLMARKVERSLAG / WOOL MARKET REPORT KAT / CAT CV11

geplaas op 08:08 (GMT+2) Vr., 15 Nov. 2019

Hierdie week het die SA wolmark die styging in die Australiese mark nagevolg en lynreg presteer / This week the SA wool market followed the Australian market and performed linear.

MARKANALISE

In Port Elizabeth het die 11de veiling van die 2019/20 wolseisoen hierdie week plaasgevind en die Cape Wools aanwyser het met 1% en 174 punte hoër verhandel en teen 'n skoonprys van R174.64/kg gesluit. Die Australiese EMI het ooreenkomstig met 1.2% gestyg. Die Rand het hierdie week 0.7% swakker verhandel teen die VSA Dollar ten tyde van die veiling en onveranderd gebly teen die Euro, ooreenstemmend dieselfde tyd van die vorige veiling. Fyn Merino wol het goeie aandag geniet en byna 96% van die aanbieding is verkoop, terwyl korter wol ‘n klein persentasie van die aanbieding uitgemaak het, met ‘n redelike vraag in die sterker mikron segment. Die grootste styging hierdie week van 3.3%, was in die 19 mikron segment. Modiano het hierdie week die grootste hoeveelheid bale gekoop, gevolg deur Standard Wool, Tianyu SA en Stucken SA . Daar is in totaal 11,449 bale aangebied, waarvan 95.9% verkoop is. Op die OVK veiling is 3,577 bale aangebied waarvan 93.4% verkoop is. Die hoogste prys op die OVK veiling van R146.00/kg is behaal vir ‘n 2 baal lot BH van 16.5 mikron, uit die skeersel van BJG Cronje van Hopetown. Die koper was Modiano. Baie geluk met die prestasie!

VOORUITSIGTE

Hierdie week het die SA wolmark die styging in die Australiese mark nagevolg en lynreg presteer. Die rede vir die effense styging in die SA mark kan toegeskryf word aan die styging in die Australiese mark, asook die effense verswakking van die Rand teen die vernaamste geldeenhede ten tyde van die veiling. Die volume wol ontvang in die makelaars se store hierdie week, is byna 20% laer as die ooreenstemmende week van die vorige seisoen. Na die onlangse hernude uitbraak van bek-en klouseer in die Limpopo provinsie, wil ons egter produsente gerusstel dat dit op hierdie stadium geen effek op die wolsituasie gaan hê nie, omrede die makelaars, en spesifiek ook OVK se store, aan die vereistes voldoen, soos neergelê deur die OIE, vir die veilige hantering van wol wat bestem is vir die uitvoermark na China. OVK wil weereens die versekering gee dat alles moontlik gedoen word ter versekering van die beste moontlike diens aan ons produsente, ten einde ‘n hoogs kompeterende markplek te verseker. Produsente moet dus steeds, in die lig van die hernude situasie, ernstige fokus plaas op bio-sekuriteit en verseker dat kuddegesondheid prioriteit geniet en dat troppe beskerm is teen aansteeklike siektes soos ook slenkdalkoors. Sorg ook dat, in veral droogtegeteisterde gebiede, op kuddes se algemene gesondheid en voedingstatus prioriteit geniet, ten einde produksie en reproduksie te optimaliseer. Deur die toediening van strategiese minerale en vitamiene aanvullings, kan produksiediere, asook lammers se immuunsisteme gestimuleer word, wat produksie en reprodusie sal verbeter. Baie belangrik ook, is dat produsente moet verseker dat die dieregesondheidstatus van diere wat uit ander gebiede aangekoop word bekend is, om seker te maak dat siektes soos Johne’s se siekte, asook weerstandige parasiete nie na siektevrye plase en omgewings ingebring word nie. Dit kan lei tot enorme negatiewe ekonomiese gevolge. Die volgende wolveiling is geskeduleer vir 21 November 2019, waar sowat 13,223 bale aangebied sal word. Hierdie verslag deur Heinrich Victor, Bestuurder Veselbedryf – OVK

MARKET ANALYSES

In Port Elizabeth, the 11th wool auction of the 2019/20 season took place and the Cape Wools Merino indicator traded by 1.0% and 174 points higher and closed at a clean price of R174.64/kg. The Australian EMI increased by 2.5% as well this week. The Rand traded 0.7% weaker against the US Dollar this week and was stable against the Euro, compared to the previous sale. Fine Merino fleeces was in the spotlight making up 96% of this week’s auction. All the micron segments increased this week with the 19-micron segment as the forerunner. Modiano SA was the major buyer on the auction this week, followed by Standard Wool SA, and Tianyu SA and Stucken & Co. A total of 11,449 bales were on offer, of which 95.9% was sold. On the OVK auction 3,577 bales were offered of which 93.4% was sold. The highest price of R146.00/kg was achieved for a 2 bale lot BH of 16.5 microns, from the clip of BJG Cronje, from Hopetown. The buyer was Modiano. Congratulations on the achievement!

FORECAST

This week the SA wool market followed the Australian market and performed linear. The main reason for the increase in the wool market can be attributed to the increase in the Australian market, as well as the weakening of the Rand against the main currencies at the time of the auction. Almost all micron groups showed a downward tendency. The volumes of wool received in the stores of the brokers this week, are nearly 20% lower compared to the same week of the previous season. After a renewed outbreak of Foot and Mouth disease in the Limpopo province, we want to reassure producers though that this will have no effect on the wool situation, for the stores of the brokers, and specifically the facility of OVK, adhere to the standards set by the OIE, for the safe handling of wool, destined for export to China. OVK also wants to reassure producers that we do everything in our power to ensure the best possible service in order to enable the highest possible competitive market place. Producers must therefore still, in the light of the renewed situation, put serious focus on bio-security and ensure that flock health enjoys priority and that herds are protected against diseases such as Rift Valley Fever. Also secure, especially in the drought stricken areas, that focus is put on the general health of flocks and that the feeding status must enjoy priority, in order to optimise production and reproduction. By the application of strategic mineral and vitamin supplements, the immune systems of production animals as well as lambs can be stimulated, which will increase production and reproduction. It is also very important that producers must familiarise them of the animal health status of animals bought from other areas, to ensure that diseases like “Johne’s disease”, as well as resistant parasites, are not brought onto disease free farms. That could cause enormous negative economic results. The next wool auction is scheduled for 21 November 2019 where 13,223 bales will be on offer. This report by Heinrich Victor, Manager Fibre Operations – OVK.   

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