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  • 01
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    Livestock exports to the US are reduced 2.1% in the first half of 2022

    From January to June, Durango reported an export of live cattle to the neighboring country to the north of 73,508 heads, according to the most recent statistical report. Meanwhile, the export of live cattle corresponding to the same period of 2021 was 88 thousand 985 heads, that is, 15 thousand...

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  • 29
    Jul

    SEMANA 28 imp

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  • 29
    Jul

    SEMANA 29

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  • 29
    Jul

    BEEF, PORK EXPORT SALES UP MODESTLY ON THE WEEK

    U.S. meat exports sales have been up for two weeks in a row. The USDA says both beef and pork saw modest week-to-week increases during the week ending July 21st, continuing to bounce off the recent lows, with South Korea leading the way on beef and Mexico topping the...

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  • 29
    Jul

    Exports of Mexican beef grow by almost 20% 

    According to the Grupo Consultor de Mercados Agrícolas, in the first half of the year, all important destinations for Mexico increased their demand, ending the period with just over 180,000 tons and revenues of over 1,250 million dollars. Click here to read full note: https://www.elsiglodedurango.com.mx/noticia/2022/exportaciones-de-carne-de-res-mexicana-crecen-en-casi-20-impulsan-produccion-bufalina-en-sinaloa-y-baja-cali.html

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  • 29
    Jul

    Audit of Mexico to the bovine meat sanitary control system of Argentina

    The headquarters of the National Service for Agrifood Health and Quality (Senasa) was the scene of the final meeting with the National Service for Agrifood Health, Safety and Quality (Senasica) of Mexico, which carried out a comprehensive audit of the production and processing system beef from Argentina with a view to opening that market. Click here...

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  • 28
    Jul

    Feedlots still in the red

    Averaging in the mid $170s per hundredweight for the past seven weeks, fed prices continued to hover near annual highs last week. For the second half of July, this is the second highest price on record. Despite historically strong prices, feedlot margins remain in the red. Based on the...

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  • 28
    Jul

    NZ beef markets remain strong despite global uncertainty

    Red meat farmers are set to get good returns this year, as beef and lamb markets remain strong amid global uncertainty. Westpac is forecasting farmgate beef and mutton prices to hit $7/kg and the farmgate lamb price to exceed $10/kg this season. Ckicn here to read full note: https://www.nzherald.co.nz/the-country/news/nz-beef-and-lamb-markets-remain-strong-despite-global-uncertainty-westpac-report/M57FZRNQUYQ6MR75ERPI4E6DLE/

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  • 28
    Jul

    Drought and inflation lower cattle exports

    Chihuahua.- Due to the drought, inflation, exponential increase in input tariffs and the continuity of the average price abroad for a decade, the livestock sector faces the loss of an average 40 percent of the export livestock herd. Click here to read full note: https://www.eldiariodechihuahua.mx/local/sequia-e-inflacion-bajan-exportacion-de-ganado-20220727-1955422.html

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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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