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  • 14
    Oct

    You cannot sell half beef and refrigerators ask for time to adapt

    The Undersecretary of Agriculture and Livestock of Mendoza, Sergio Moralejo , received representatives of the Chamber of Meat Industry and Slaughterers of the province and unions that bring together workers and employees of the meat industry. The objective was to analyze the options that the sector has before the new wholesale marketing scheme established...

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  • 04
    Oct

    The importance of beef trade to the cattle industry

    A recently released report estimated the impacts of ceasing both U.S. beef exports and imports. The report was authored by Glynn T. Tonsor, Kansas State University and Derrell S. Peel, Oklahoma State University. The report was commissioned by the Kansas Beef Council, Oklahoma Beef Council and the Texas Beef Council. Click...

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  • 01
    Ago

    In Mexico, meat imports grow 5%, consumer prices continue to rise

    The consulting agency reported that foreign purchases of beef also registered a drop of 11.2% compared to January – June 2022, which means that 79,869 t were imported. Click here to read full note: https://www.porcicultura.com/destacado/en-mexico-crecen-5-las-importaciones-de-carne-los-precios-al-consumidor-siguen-al-alza

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  • 28
    Jul

    Devastating US drought has strong implications for Australian beef industry

    Extreme drought conditions sweeping large parts of the United States have serious implications for the Australian beef industry for at least the next year, participants in a recently-returned Nutrien livestock staff tour of North America found. Click here to read full the note: https://www.beefcentral.com/news/devastating-us-drought-has-strong-implications-for-australian-beef-industry-video/

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  • 22
    Jul

    Inflation cuts beef sales in México

    So far in 2022, the Mexican meat sector reported average price increases of 35 per cent, although some meat products have risen to 300 per cent. Inflation accelerated in May and reached its highest level since 2001 due to the persistent increase in food prices. Inflationary pressures continue and...

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