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  • 27
    Sep

    Livestock producers want to recover the sanitary status

    At the end of 2019, Sinaloa received the news that it lost animal health status in livestock, chich indicates that it does not have the sanitary conditions to export livestock to the United States, its main importer. This situation considerably affected the economy of the livestock sector; however, this...

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  • 27
    Sep

    If duties eliminated, strong potential for U.S. red meat in Kenya

    The U.S. Meat Export Federation recently submitted comments to the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative on the U.S.-Kenya Strategic Trade and Investment Partnership. Cheyenne McEndaffer, USMEF senior director of export services, says that USMEF highlighted several non-tariff barriers and potential trade obstacles, including concerns about Kenya’s burdensome import license system, restrictions on...

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  • 27
    Sep

    With more flexible exports, rancehr add more income

    The relaxation of the beef export quota allowed farmers to add more income, from a greater output of canned cows . According to the Rosario Livestock Market (Rosgan), as of January, these categories, like the bulls , are fully authorized to sell abroad. “Although the rest of the restrictions...

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  • 26
    Sep

    The amount of meat held in cold stores grows in the US to record figures

    Inventories of beef held in cold stores in the US have grown to 233,908 tons, 24% more than in 2021. Of this amount, the majority corresponded to boneless meat, totaling 210,763 tons. As for pork, this totaled 241,324 million tons, 17% more than in 2021. As a whole, red...

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  • 26
    Sep

    Beef Exports Reach Record-Breaking Highs

    Although it seems America consumes a lot of beef, 80 percent of the economic buying power comes from the global market and this number is only increasing. As the world continues to recover from the global pandemic, the beef industry is reaping the benefits in the foreign markets. The...

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  • 26
    Sep

    Shifting land-use could pressure Australian beef production

    COMPETING land use could pressure Australian beef and lamb production capacity in coming years, a recent analysis shows. The battle for Australia’s land use is heating up with cropping, livestock production, forestry, conservation and government needs all competing for the same land, independent meat and livestock analyst Simon Quilty from Global...

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  • 23
    Sep

    Mexico is the second largest supplier of beef to the US

    Beef exports from Mexico to the United States registered an annual increase of 15 percent and thus became the second largest supplier of protein to the world’s main economy, only below Canada and above powers such as New Zealand. , Australia and Brazil. Data from the Agricultural Markets Consulting...

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  • 23
    Sep

    Paraguayan meat producers hope that with the classification of carcasses they will be able to sell meat with higher added value

    Alba Pettengil is the coordinator of the technical team that has been in charge of organizing the classification and characterization of beef carcasses in Paraguay. In statements to the newspaper La Nación, she assures that currently the industrialists of this segment of the meat industry are waiting for a response...

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  • 23
    Sep

    Number of heads of cattle and pigs in Brazil breaks record in 2021

    Rio de Janeiro, Sep 22 (EFE) .- The number of heads of cattle and pigs in Brazil, one of the world’s largest meat exporters, grew by 3% in 2021 compared to the previous year and broke a new record in the country The government reported this Thursday. The number...

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  • 23
    Sep

    Exports Necessary to Continue Growing Market for U.S. Beef

    There was a time, not so long ago, when I didn’t really grasp the importance of beef exports on the entire beef industry here in the United States. Like some producers, I thought we should sell our beef here in the U.S. However, getting appointed to the Cattlemen’s Beef...

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