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EU slaughter cattle marketYoung bulls in Italy under pressure
BELGIUM, Brussels. Prices for slaughter cattle in the EU have recently developed in different directions - slight gains were recorded for young bulls and heifers.
Meat marketBelgian exports down
BELGIUM, Brussels. Global Belgian beef and pork exports went down by six percent in the first half of 2020.
EU slaughter cattle marketsPrices predominantly weaker
BELGIUM, Brussels. Young bulls can still hold their own on the EU market - cows and heifers are still on the decline.
EU markets for slaughter pigsStable prices in Spain
GERMANY, Bonn. The ASF crisis in Germany does not cause any major upheavals on the European market.
ASF consequencesBelgium struggles for access to China
BELGIUM, Brussels. African swine fever is a European problem. At the latest since the virus made a leap from Eastern Europe to Belgium in 2018, this has become obvious.
TradeASF in Germany – how did markets respond?
UNITED KINGDOM, London. It has now been a week since Germany first found a case of ASF in a deceased wild boar near the Polish border.
Slaughter pigsDutch export less
GERMANY, Bonn. From the Netherlands, fewer animals for slaughter were delivered to Germany. In contrast, exports of piglets continued to rise.
EU marketsASF shock for Germany
GERMANY, Bonn. VEZG price recommendation before virus detection unchanged at € 1.47. Afterwards the price crashes. Danish Crown suspends quotation. Stable trends in Italy and France.
Tomra Food Sorters moves to South America
BELGIUM, Leuven. Chile instead of California: Potential customers can now test sorting machines with their own products directly in Latin America.
EU slaughter cattle marketsItaly keeps catching up
BELGIUM, Brussels. Cattle prices for slaughter in the European Union have recently shown a positive trend in bulls and heifers.
EU slaughter cattle marketsBulls and cows prices more friendly
BELGIUM, Brussels. Price developments in the member states of the European Union have not shown a uniform trend recently.
EU markets for slaughter pigsPoland takes the pressure off
GERMANY, Bonn. Demand from the East reduces the overhang - in Northern Germany, however, the supply remains large.
Meat MarketEuropean farmers hope to sell more pigs
BELGIUM, Brussels. The re-start of the Tönnies plant in Germany was also received with relief in other EU countries.
Tönnies ClosurePig market in corona shock
GERMANY; Frankfurt. With the lockdown in Rheda, more than 20,000 pigs have to be distributed daily to other farms. The European market is still stable.
EU slaughter cattle marketRecovery continues
BELGIUM, Brussels. Young bulls, slaughter cows and heifers were traded at higher prices in most EU countries.
EU market for slaughter pigsSouthern Europe catches up
GERMANY, Bonn. The absence of Corpus Christi slaughterings does not leave any overhang on the German slaughter pig market.
EU slaughter cattle marketPrices continue to rise
BELGIUM, Brussels. In the European Union, slaughter cattle prices are increasingly able to break away from their lows.
ASFBelgium may reduce the infected zone
BELGIUM, Brussels. On 18 May, the European Commission ratified Belgium’s proposal to reduce the ASF-infected zone in the province of Luxemburg.
ManagementVion changes supervisory board
THE NETHERLANDS; Boxtel. Vion announces that Martine Snels has joined its supervisory board as of today, Tom Heidman stepped down.