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    In Baja California Sur there are 295 thousand head of cattle

    La Paz, Baja California Sur. (OEM-Informex).- One of the main strategies in which the three levels of government have a special interest to strengthen livestock activity in the state is the cattle tagging, which allows full identification and traceability of the animals, reported the Secretary of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Agricultural...

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    2023 Cattle Market Outlook

    2022 was filled with mountains for U.S. cattle producers to climb. From high feed costs to the third consecutive year of drought, there was no shortage of complex obstacles, many with effects that will carry through well beyond 2023. This Market Intel is a deep dive into the 2023...

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    S. Korea Largest Export Market for U.S. Beef for Second Year Running

    SEOUL, Jan. 11 (Korea Bizwire) – South Korea is expected to become the largest export market for U.S. beef for the second straight year as the nation’s imports of American beef increased last year, data showed Tuesday. According to the data compiled by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S....

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    Beef imports will reach a record by the end of 2022

    Imports of bovine meat and offal grew by more than 25% until October 2022 compared to the first 10 months of the previous year. If the rhythm of imports is maintained in the last two months, by the end of December they will have exceeded what was achieved in 2021,...

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    These would be the largest exporters and importers of beef in 2023

    Global beef production is expected to decline slightly in 2023. The reduction in the United States and the European Union will more than offset increased production in Australia and modest increases in Mexico and India. This is stated in a note from the portal drovers.com, based on data from...

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    Meat prices fall for the sixth consecutive month

    The FAO Food Price Index is a measure of the monthly variation in international prices for a basket of food products. Although the FAO Food Price Index continued to fall in December, it increased markedly from the previous year. More specifically, the FAO Meat Price Index stood at an average of...

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    Australia’s 2022 beef exports hit 19-year low

    AUSTRALIA’S beef exports last calendar year crashed to a 19-year low, as the combination of low slaughter cattle numbers available due to herd rebuilding after drought, weather disruptions and processing labour resource challenges took a heavy toll on performance. Click here to read full note: https://www.beefcentral.com/news/australias-2022-beef-exports-hit-19-year-low/

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    They warn ‘dumping’ of Argentine meat

    The opening of Argentine beef represents a high risk for the Mexican meat production chain due to the foot-and-mouth disease problems that country faces, but also unfair competition due to the dumping margin of up to 69 percent compared to that produced in Mexico . , warned fatteners in the country. They explained that in...

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    2022 beef export value sets annual record

    November beef exports were below the large year-ago totals, but 2022 export value already set a full-year record of nearly $11 billion. November beef exports totaled 115,777 mt, down 6% from the previous year’s large volume, while export value declined nearly 20% to $846.6 million. However, through the first...

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    Mexico loses the ‘title’ of the US’s main trading partner against Canada

    Total trade between Mexico and the United States moderated its growth rate in November 2022 , in addition to losing its position as the main partner that it had achieved in the eleventh month of 2021, according to figures from the Bureau of Census . The figures published by the US office reveal that the...

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