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MarketBeef export growth for South America
AUSTRALIA, North Sydney. South America continues to build momentum, with improving market access, growing herds and undervalued currency favouring exports.
Price ManipulationUSDA investigates beef sector after plant fire
USA, Holcomb. The fire, which took place earlier this month in a Tyson plant, places the US beef sector under scrutiny.
RomaniaUrged by the EU to halt live animal exports
FRANCE, Lyon. The country is to ship 70,000 sheep to the Gulf countries despite hot weather conditions.
LivestockMore pigs in Russia
RUSSIA, Moscow Russian pig farmers have continued to increase their livestock. In contrast, the cattle herd fell by almost 1%.
CargillNew sustainability iniative sets reduction target
USA, Wayzata. The company announces commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across its North American beef supply chain.
Danish CrownTeterow stops processing pigs
GERMANY, Teterow. A spokesman for the Danish company explained that difficult market conditions had led to this management decision.
TradeCattle prices out of step with North and South America
AUSTRALIA, Sydney. Limited supply of slaughter-ready cattle and strong demand in key export markets has kept the pressure on finished cattle prices.
Animal WelfareUECBV supports EU Commission
BELGIUM, Brussels. The EU Commission is asking for better enforcement of EU animal welfar rules during transport.
AntibioticsKlöckner sees need for action in poultry fattening
GERMANY, Berlin. While the use of antibiotics decreased in cattle and pig farming, the broiler industry ignored the federal government's guidelines.
Key figuresCargill's results after being named world’s worst company
USA, Minneapolis. Uncertain global business environment slows earnings, as Cargill accelerates investment in key markets and sustainable supply chains.
OutlookEU pork production remains stable
BELGIUM, Brussels. EU exports of pork, beef, olive oil and dairy products are expected to continue increasing in 2019.
TysonInvestor Day message highlights value-added expansion
USA, New York City. The company continues to meet changing consumer needs and is well-positioned for growth, officials told investors and analysts.
General MeetingWestfleisch 2018 with a respectable result
GERMANY, Münster. Company breaks away from the negative industry trend in 2018.
TradeGlobal demand dynamics shift
AUSTRALIA, Sydney. The greatest of these forces has been the surge in meat trade to China in recent months. Global demand more broadly has also been strong, with a suite of Australia’s export markets showing positive signs.
UpdateRMAC launches the 2019 beef sustainability framework
AUSTRALIA, Barton. A new report card into the sustainability of the Australian beef industry, from paddock to plate, shows it is proactively improving its care of the environment, animals and people.
PricesCattle slaughter at four-year high
AUSTRALIA, Sydney. As dry conditions persist across much of the country, weekly cattle slaughter rose to levels not seen since 2015.
BrazilCase of atypical BSE reported
BRAZIL, Brasilia. The Brazilian agriculture ministry (MAPA) reported a case of atypical bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in a 17-year-old beef cow in the state of Mato Grosso.
Food CostsWhat does ASF mean for protein prices in the US?
THE NETHERLANDS, Utrecht. Rabobank expects food costs in the US to increase in the second half of the year, as protein prices are impacted by stronger export demand following the African Swine Fever (ASF) outbreak.
ResultsPositive outlook after volatile first half-year
DENMARK, Randers. In the space of only a few months, a weak market and a partial stop for exports to China has transformed into record increases in pig prices driven by exports to China.