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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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  • 23
    Feb

    Meat imports from Brazil and Argentina are not a commercial risk: Mexican Association of Meat Exporters

    MONTERREY.- Juan Ley Zevada, president of the Mexican Association of Exporters ofCarne, assures that meat imports from Argentina and Brazil do not represent a commercial risk, since they complement and help in the supply of food in Mexico. “Most of the pieces of beef, their best market is the...

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  • 22
    Feb

    Meat inflation has already reached its peak: producers

    Meat prices in Mexico, which include chicken, pork, beef and cold meats, have already reached their level of stability, and although they should not have a major impact on the consumer, insecurity is the factor that makes food costs more expensive, in which up to 30,000 pesos is paid...

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  • 22
    Feb

    In 2022, more than 12,000 tons of bovine meat and offal were imported

    As of December 31 of last year, the entry of 12,140 tons of bovine meat and offal was reported for a CIF value of USD 56.5 million, both records. These records exceed the previous records of 2021 of 10,623 t and USD 46.5 million. Although it was already clear...

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  • 21
    Feb

    Is the production cycle starting to turn in the US beef industry?

    SOME clear signs have emerged this week that the US beef industry production cycle is now starting to turn, following the effects of sustained drought across a large footprint of the nation’s cattle heartland last year.As Beef Central regular US columnist Steve Kay reported in Cattle Buyers Weekly on...

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  • 21
    Feb

    The health of imported meat and milk products must be ensured: Juan Cortina

    The president of the National Agricultural Council, Juan Cortina Gallardo, explained that the sector is concerned that products are imported without proper inspection, for this reason they must work with Senasica to ensure the health of open markets. Click here to read full note: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.eleconomista.com.mx/amp/estados/Se-debe-asegurar-la-sanidad-de-productos-carnicos-y-leche-importados-Juan-Cortina-20230221-0062.html

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  • 20
    Feb

    Colombia advances in the task of conquering the Chinese beef market

    The lifting of restrictions on the export of beef and pork to the People’s Republic of China is a significant achievement for Colombia . This is largely due to the coordinated work between the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the Colombian Agricultural Institute (ICA) and the country’s livestock sector. However, the ICA...

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  • 20
    Feb

    2022 ended with the lowest result in bovine slaughter

    At the end of 2022, the Livestock Slaughter Survey of the National Administrative Department of Statistics (DANE) reported that a total of 3,107,462 head of cattle and 38,323 of buffalo cattle were obtained , for a total of 3,145,785 animals. The first is not only 5.9% lower than in 2021 , but it is the lowest...

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