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  • 04
    Oct

    New cattle group sparks beef among farmers

    After more than a decade of debate and despite opposition from one of the country’s leading farming groups, cattle producers have voted to form a new peak body called Cattle Australia. At a special general meeting of the Cattle Council of Australia, members voted to replace the 43-year-old body...

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  • 04
    Oct

    Argentine meat exports would fall 25% in October

    Given the collapse of the Chinese market, it is very likely that the demand for Argentine meart will register low figures in the month of October. When presenting the position of the entity on the change that the commercialization of meat will have as of next November 1, he...

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  • 04
    Oct

    Exports in September fell 0.2% and China ceased to be the main buyer of Uruguay

    In September, Uruguayan exports, including free zones, totaled 1,036 million dollars, which represents a “very slight drop” of almost 0.2%, compared to the same month of 2021, according to the Monthly Foreign Trade Report that disclosed this Monday Uruguay XXI. The decrease is explained “mainly by lower sales of beef,...

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  • 04
    Oct

    The importance of beef trade to the cattle industry

    A recently released report estimated the impacts of ceasing both U.S. beef exports and imports. The report was authored by Glynn T. Tonsor, Kansas State University and Derrell S. Peel, Oklahoma State University. The report was commissioned by the Kansas Beef Council, Oklahoma Beef Council and the Texas Beef Council. Click...

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  • 30
    Sep

    Livestock sector market diversifies in Querétaro The livestock sector identifies that meat production in the state has diversified, derived from changes in consumption as a result of the impact of both the pandemic and inflation. However, a reduction in the per capita consumption of traditionally consumed foods is also...

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  • 30
    Sep

    In a month there will be a historic change for beef

    On November 1, if there are no changes, the meat sector will be facing a historic event. It will no longer be possible to sell the half carcass , but the output of the meat from the cold storage industry to the retail trade will be made in pieces whose individual weights...

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  • 30
    Sep

    Comphenesive Economic and trade Agreement has not yet been fully delivered

    Canadian and European officials celebrated five years of their trade agreement recently, but many in Canadian agriculture are still waiting to see the benefits. Canadian Cattle Association general manager Ryder Lee said beef producers are frustrated they haven’t been able to reach European markets. “There’s potential and there’s realizing...

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  • 30
    Sep

    NZ passes bill to end livestock exports by April 2023

    The passing of the Animal Welfare Amendment Bill means livestock exports from NZ will stop on 30 April 2023. It confirms an earlier decision passed in April 2021. NZ Minister of Agriculture Damien O’Connor (left) said the passing of a Bill will “protect New Zealand’s reputation for world-leading animal welfare standards”....

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  • 29
    Sep

    Mexico increases purchases of meat and cereals from Brazilian producers

    During January-August 2022, shipments of agricultural products from Brazil to Mexico have taken off. Only the value of rice and poultry imports have shot up 210% and 64% year-on-year, respectively. The facilities for foreign trade, as part of the Pacic ( Package Against Inflation and Scarcity ) have coincided with an increase...

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  • 29
    Sep

    Argentine beef exports grow but demand from China takes downward path

    Argentine beef exports have grown interannually but demand from China is 20% lower than in July and decreasing, with a marked downward trend in prices, according to a report from the Argentine Beef Exporters (ABC) Consortium in Buenos Aires. In the first 8 months of 2022, shipments of beef...

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