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  • 30
    Sep

    NZ passes bill to end livestock exports by April 2023

    The passing of the Animal Welfare Amendment Bill means livestock exports from NZ will stop on 30 April 2023. It confirms an earlier decision passed in April 2021. NZ Minister of Agriculture Damien O’Connor (left) said the passing of a Bill will “protect New Zealand’s reputation for world-leading animal welfare standards”....

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  • 29
    Sep

    Mexico increases purchases of meat and cereals from Brazilian producers

    During January-August 2022, shipments of agricultural products from Brazil to Mexico have taken off. Only the value of rice and poultry imports have shot up 210% and 64% year-on-year, respectively. The facilities for foreign trade, as part of the Pacic ( Package Against Inflation and Scarcity ) have coincided with an increase...

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  • 29
    Sep

    Argentine beef exports grow but demand from China takes downward path

    Argentine beef exports have grown interannually but demand from China is 20% lower than in July and decreasing, with a marked downward trend in prices, according to a report from the Argentine Beef Exporters (ABC) Consortium in Buenos Aires. In the first 8 months of 2022, shipments of beef...

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  • 29
    Sep

    Good buyer demand pushes feeder cattle prices higher

    The Alberta fed cattle average set new highs each week as the market entered September. This contra-seasonal price pattern is a result of manageable summer supplies, solid demand and a softer Canadian dollar. It is encouraging to see beef demand and retail sales remain strong as consumers navigate inflation...

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  • 29
    Sep

    S.Korea Sept exports set for slowest growth in two years 

    South Korea’s exports likely grew at the slowest pace in nearly two years in September, hurt by a weakening global economy led by China, a Reuters survey showed on Thursday. The country’s outbound shipments were forecast to have grown 2.9% from the same month a year ago, according to...

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  • 28
    Sep

    Cattle exports from Mexico to the United States fall

    According to Opportimes, “ Mexico registered a year-on-year drop of 36.7% in its exports of calves and heifers to the United States from January to June 2022 to 394,565 heads ”, its main market. For its part, the US only receives live cattle from another country besides Mexico: Canada. The media clarified that ” Mexican cattle...

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  • 28
    Sep

    US will pressure Mexico for imminent ban on transgenic corn

    U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said Tuesday that he is continuing to speak with officials in Mexico about the impending ban on genetically modified corn in the country, adding that it will be important to have clarity on the issue in 2023. Some Mexican government officials, including Agriculture Minister Víctor Villalobos , have indicated that...

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  • 28
    Sep

    Increases the slaughter of cattle in Panama

    The slaughter of cattle in Panama increased, compared to last year’s figures, according to official statistics collected in different local media, such as the Metro Libre newspaper on its website. Thus, at the end of July 2022, 202,743 heads of cattle were slaughtered, with March being the month with...

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  • 28
    Sep

    U.S. sees beef, pork export boom

    The United States shipped a record US$18.7 billion worth of pork and beef products around the world in 2021 and is on pace to exceed that total this year. Beef exports have topped $1 billion in six of the seven months that data is available for this year. Total...

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  • 27
    Sep

    Chinese beef imports forecast to fall in 2023

    The USDA’s latest livestock and products annual report on the Chinese animal protein market predicts that China’s volume of beef & veal imports will fall by 600kt(19%) in 2023, to 2.5mmt. (figure 1) Among the drivers for this change are that Chinese domestic beef production is expected to continue...

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