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  • 28
    Feb

    Red meat earnings drop as exports fall worldwide

    The softening of high global prices has put a dent in New Zealand’s red meat export earnings. Last year $11.4 billion of red meat was exported with forecasted easing of prices felt at the tail end of the trading year. That resulted in a 9% drop in the value...

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  • 28
    Feb

    TPP 11: Bovine meat producers advance improvements in the Chilean market

    The president of the National Federation of Bovine Cattle Producers of Chile (FEDECARNE FG), Ignacio Besoain, said in an interview with the newspaper La Tribuna that “without a doubt, it is of great importance that the TPP-11 treaty be formalized. As a primary sector, everything that means improving tariff conditions...

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  • 28
    Feb

    With its “crazy” Brazilian counterpart, the Argentine cow is on sale for a month in China

    The temporary suspension of Brazilian beef exports to China, after learning of the confimation of a new case of “mad cow”, will have an impact that will not go unnoticed on the business, according to analysis from the Rosario (Rosgan) cattle market . But unlike 2021, when a similar situation occurred, there...

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  • 27
    Feb

    Mexico defends the quality, health and safety of exports from its meat industry

    The Secretary of Agriculture and Rural Development, Víctor Villalobos Arámbula , took advantage of the inauguration of Expo Carnes y Lácteos last week to extol how the Mexican meat industry “has demonstrated its strength in responding to the complicated international scenario.” The high level of production and competitiveness of the Mexican meat industry generated exports for 3,184 million...

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  • 27
    Feb

    NL agriculture is concerned about opening to meat from Brazil

    The Nuevo León Agricultural Council expressed its concern about the negotiations that the federal government is holding with that of Brazil to soon open the borders to imports of bovine meat from the South American country. This just when the Brazilian authority confirmed a case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy disease in an animal, commonly called ” mad cow...

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  • 27
    Feb

    CME cattle set contract high after Brazil halts beef exports to China

    CHICAGO, (Reuters) – Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle futures reached a contract high on Thursday amid hopes that Chinese importers will buy more U.S. beef after rival supplier Brazil suspended shipments to China, analysts said. Brazil said it would halt beef exports to China, the main destination for its...

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  • 27
    Feb

    Mad cows and agrarian reform

    The Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture announced on Wednesday the temporary suspension of beef exports to China due to a case of “mad cow” identified and confirmed in the rural town of Marabá , in the state of Pará . It is a degenerative disease that affects the nervous system of cattle, known as bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) and that can also infect...

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  • 24
    Feb

    Alert in Brazil for the first case of “mad cow”: it closed its beef exports to China

    Brazil raises alert after the first case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy, better known as “mad cow”, was confirmed, for which it announced the closure of its exports to China to prevent the spread of the disease to humans and also that consumers take away contaminated meat. Click here to...

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  • 24
    Feb

    Timely BSE Report in Brazil? U.S. Beef Imports Left Unphased

    A case of Atypical BSE, or mad cow disease, was confirmed in the northern state of Para, Brazil on Wednesday. However, the real question is—when did this case actually occur?In a recent AgriTalk conversation, Ethan Lane, the National Cattleman’s Beef Association vice president of government affairs explains how Brazil...

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  • 23
    Feb

    They will now open the door to Brazilian meat

    As of next week, the federal government will release the importation of beef from Brazil, revealed yesterday Francisco Javier Calderón Elizalde, chief director of the National Service for Health, Safety and Food Quality (Senasica), an agency of the Ministry of Agriculture. Click here to read full note: https://www.reforma.com/aplicacioneslibre/preacceso/articulo/default.aspx?__rval=1&urlredirect=https://www.reforma.com/abriran-puerta-ahora-a-la-carne-brasilena/ar2557946?referer=–7d616165662f3a3a6262623b727a7a7279703b767a783a–

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