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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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  • 27
    Jul

    Brazil awaits the opening of Japan for beef

    A market that Brazilian meat exporters have been targeting for a long time, Japan said it is currently “working with the technicians responsible for the quarantines in Brazil and the Asian country in the process of releasing Brazilian meat imports.” Click to here read full note: https://rurales.elpais.com.uy/region/brasil-espera-la-apertura-de-japon-para-carne-bovina

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  • 27
    Jul

    Global market in meat still volatile despite rise in returns

    The latest market commentary from Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) issued a sharp reminder to producers not to assume they will be better off at current market prices. Commenting on the trend in the cost of farm inputs, Iain Macdonald, senior economics analyst at QMS said: “While the price of...

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  • 27
    Jul

    Uruguay advances towards the free trade agreement with China

    The governments of Uruguay and China began formal contacts in Montevideo for the negotiation of a free trade agreement despite the legal impediments of Mercosur and the resistance of its members. Among them, Argentina. Click here to read full note: https://www.perfil.com/noticias/modo-fontevecchia/uruguay-avanza-hacia-el-tratado-de-libre-comercio-con-china-modof.phtml

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  • 26
    Jul

    Canada Beef: Beef exports to South Korea surge

    South Korea banned Canadian beef imports from December of 2021 until January 19, 2022, due to an atypical BSE case found in an Alberta cow. January volumes were down 41 per cent from last year but rebounded strongly in February. March and April then both saw record-high numbers of...

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  • 26
    Jul

    Port of Oakland shutdown a major roadblock for U.S. red meat exports

    Protesters last week shut down operations at the Port of Oakland over a new trucking regulation that would limit independent operators. The protesters not only blocked cargo, but port workers also refused to cross truckers’ picket lines. A prolonged shutdown could have a dramatic impact on U.S. red meat exports and ag exports as a whole, U.S....

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  • 26
    Jul

    8 livestock organizations and a production value that exceeds 400,000 million pesos, the great achievement of the MUPA in 2 years

    Two years after its formation in the midst of a pandemic, the Mexico United Animal Protein (MUPA) group has continued its work focused on promoting the consumption of different types of meat (pork, beef, chicken) and eggs, Ernesto assured. Hermosillo Seyffert, president of the Mexican Meat Council (Comecarne), and who has...

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  • 26
    Jul

    The consumption of beef decreases and “alternative” meats grow

    Argentine: A study carried out by the livestock sector and presented at the Rural Expo, indicated that the consumption of meat reached 118 kg per person in the country and that in total, the five main meats invoice US$24,000 million annually. At the same time, it was pointed out that...

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  • 25
    Jul

    Chile: Beef imports decrease 5% between January and June 2022

    The  Office of Agricultural Studies and Policies (Odepa) published a new edition of the Meat Bulletin, in which it was pointed out that beef imports, between January and June, registered a slight decrease in volume of 5% when compared to the same period of 2021, totaling 120,559 tons. Click here to...

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