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US farm leaders approve projects to stimulate more demand for US soybeans

US farm leaders approve projects to stimulate more demand for US soybeans

Monday, July 19, 2021

The 78 US farmer-leaders of the United Soybean Board (USB) have approved new projects designed to drive innovation, increase value and create additional demand for US soybeans - ultimately increasing profitability for the United States' soybean farmers.

Germany sees first pig farm ASF cases

Germany sees first pig farm ASF cases

Monday, July 19, 2021

The Friedrich Loeffler Institute in Germany has confirmed the country’s first African swine fever (ASF) cases in two local pig farms in Spree-Neisse and Märkisch-Oderland.

China sees highest second-quarter pork production in seven years

China sees highest second-quarter pork production in seven years

Monday, July 19, 2021

China's second-quarter pork production rose to its highest in at least seven years, official data showed on July 15.

Animal welfare guidelines recommend earlier end to eggs from cages in Australia

Animal welfare guidelines recommend earlier end to eggs from cages in Australia

Monday, July 19, 2021

Eggs from cages in Australia should be phased out between 2032 and 2036, 10 years earlier than the industry demanded, according to a recommendation made by the draft report of the Australian Animal Welfare Standards and Guidelines.

Alltech Coppens releases sustainability report & progress of working toward Planet of Plenty

Alltech Coppens releases sustainability report & progress of working toward Planet of Plenty

Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Alltech Coppens, a global specialist in developing, producing and marketing fish feed and nutrition solutions, has published its sustainability report, an overview of the company's commitment to sustainability, in conjunction with the United Nations World Environment Day on June 5.

Global Dairy Weekly (week ended July 16, 2021)

Global Dairy Weekly (week ended July 16, 2021)

Monday, July 19, 2021

Batavia, NY – Barrel cheese prices finished this week at the lowest level since 24 Mar; the spread between blocks and barrels is growing again and settled Fri at the highest level since Apr (which preceded the final ramp-up of the cheese plant in St. Johns, MI and First District Association's expansion that was completed in late Jun). Lately, we've been hearing an increasing number of comments about "weaker" domestic sales. That has left the USA cheese industry in a very export (and port)-dependent position.

Roslin Institute, Genus in agreement to produce disease-resistant pigs

Roslin Institute, Genus in agreement to produce disease-resistant pigs

Tuesday, July 13, 2021

The Roslin Institute and animal genetics company Genus have signed an agreement to produce pigs that are resistant to a respiratory disease which causes around $2.5 billion in losses each year in the United States and Europe alone.

Argentine bill disallows salmon farming in Tierra del Fuego

Argentine bill disallows salmon farming in Tierra del Fuego

Tuesday, July 13, 2021

The legislature in Argentina's southernmost province of Tierra del Fuego has unanimously approved a bill prohibiting salmon farming.

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Changing fortunes for world beef market suppliers

Changing fortunes for world beef market suppliers

Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Brazil, India, America, and Argentina led 2020's export growth –but the latter two grow no more beef today than they did 20 years ago.

Suppliers rise and fall but China owns the world beef trade

Suppliers rise and fall but China owns the world beef trade

Thursday, May 6, 2021

China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam account for more than the entire post-2000 increase in beef imports and 34% of all shipments. This leaves exporters at the mercy of one large market.

COVID-19 postpones an impending shrimp market rally

COVID-19 postpones an impending shrimp market rally

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

The coronavirus derails a new market cycle but output, consumption fell far less than initially feared. Latin America boomed, Asia stagnated amid signs of growing pent up demand.

COVID-19 stops aquaculture growth amid growing technical problems

COVID-19 stops aquaculture growth amid growing technical problems

Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Long after the coronavirus stops impacting demand, supply-side trade-offs between stocking densities, disease outbreaks and feed inputs must be addressed.

COVID-19, high input costs and the China-Latin America connection, Another difficult but transformative year for feed milling

COVID-19, high input costs and the China-Latin America connection, Another difficult but transformative year for feed milling

Tuesday, March 16, 2021

After growing 3% to 4% annually for several decades, feed output only grew 2.6% annually and a mere 0.9% in 2021, to 1.187.8 billion tonnes. Moreover, following a decade of livestock diseases cherry-topped by last year's COVID-19 lockdowns, 2021 looks mericless to feed milling's bottom line: From a COVID-19 induced low of $3.13/bu in Q2 2020, corn has risen 75% to 80%, to around $5.60/bu at the time of publication. Soybeans have similarly risen 63% above their Q2 2020 lows of $8.40/bu to the current $13.68/bu.

East Asian feed mill consolidation to soon turn westwards

East Asian feed mill consolidation to soon turn westwards

Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Chinese and Southeast Asian feed mills have undergone considerable consolidation and productivity increases. With COVID-19 intensifying competitive pressure, the rest of the world will follow.

Realistically assessing China's rapid swine sector recovery

Realistically assessing China's rapid swine sector recovery

Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Hog herds, pork production can't fully recover by 2022 but pre-ASF levels of swine meat output will be achieved at least one year ahead of previous estimates.

Winners, losers and impending competition in the world pork trade

Winners, losers and impending competition in the world pork trade

Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Europe made the most of China's ASF driven import boom but nations with fast growing meat demand will be at an advantage –if they can get past COVID-19 lockdowns.

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Zhengchang completes successful trial run of Wen's Group feed expansion line

Zhengchang completes successful trial run of Wen's Group feed expansion line

Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Recently, the 40-tonne, high-end, medium-to-large-sized swine feed expansion production line built by Zhengchang for Huize Wen's Animal Husbandry Co., Ltd. has entered the trial production stage. The equipment runs stably, the feed material produced is of good shape, and the pellets are uniform, making Huize Wen's customers very satisfied.

China Trace Minerals: Ferrous sulphate prices surge on tight supply (week ended Jul 26, 2021)

China Trace Minerals: Ferrous sulphate prices surge on tight supply (week ended Jul 26, 2021)

Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Tight availability of raw ingredients propped up the prices of ferrous oxide. Export prices and local transact prices of ferrous sulphate surged prominently.

Will Henan flood catapult China hog prices? (week ended Jul 22, 2021)

Will Henan flood catapult China hog prices? (week ended Jul 22, 2021)

Monday, July 26, 2021

Heavy rains, abrupt opening of dams without prior warning and incompetent crisis management have resulted in a disaster in Henan province. Other than Zhengzhou, which is the worst hit, Luoyang, Pingdingshan, Jiaozuo and many areas were flooded as well. The fact that Henan is in the centre of China and hence a crucial transportation hub, and that it is the largest pork processing province raises concerns that pork prices might rally amid shortages.

China sees highest second-quarter pork production in seven years

China sees highest second-quarter pork production in seven years

Monday, July 19, 2021

China's second-quarter pork production rose to its highest in at least seven years, official data showed on July 15.

Small pig farms in China no longer need environmental approval from government

Small pig farms in China no longer need environmental approval from government

Tuesday, July 13, 2021

China now does not require small pig farms to receive environmental approval from the government before breeding pigs, Reuters reported.

China Hog: Prices dive 65% in H1 2021 (week ended Jun 28, 2021)

China Hog: Prices dive 65% in H1 2021 (week ended Jun 28, 2021)

Friday, July 2, 2021

As hog farmers hastened releases amid fears that prices might tumble further, increased supply of pork in the market in addition to high imports exerted pressure on prices. Falling to levels unseen since March 2019, hog prices have plunged 65% during the first half of 2021.

China Soymeal: Ample supply, cautious demand (week ended Jun 28, 2021)

China Soymeal: Ample supply, cautious demand (week ended Jun 28, 2021)

Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Over the week, prices of CBOT November soy futures closed lower by 3.3% compared with the previous week.

China Corn: Prices 6% below March peak (week ended Jun 28, 2021)

China Corn: Prices 6% below March peak (week ended Jun 28, 2021)

Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Demand for corn was weak as feed producers limited production while the hog prices tumbled to two year lows. Meanwhile, corn exported surged a whopping 74% between October 2020 and April 2021, compared with the same period in the previous cycle year. Hence, even as local corn supplies were scarce, prices continued to stay soft.

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Zhengchang completes successful trial run of Wen's Group feed expansion line

Zhengchang completes successful trial run of Wen's Group feed expansion line

Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Recently, the 40-tonne, high-end, medium-to-large-sized swine feed expansion production line built by Zhengchang for Huize Wen's Animal Husbandry Co., Ltd. has entered the trial production stage. The equipment runs stably, the feed material produced is of good shape, and the pellets are uniform, making Huize Wen's customers very satisfied.

Angel Yeast: Planting a foothold in the Asia-Pacific yeast market

Angel Yeast: Planting a foothold in the Asia-Pacific yeast market

Monday, June 28, 2021

The animal nutrition business of Chinese yeast developer Angel Yeast covers most countries in the Asia-Pacific, depending on local distributors to market its products.

EW Nutrition launches phytogenic solution for respiratory support in Philippines

EW Nutrition launches phytogenic solution for respiratory support in Philippines

Tuesday, June 22, 2021

EW Nutrition has launched Grippozon, the company's respiratory health solution, in the Philippines.

Cargill, World Food Programme partner to improve farmer's livelihood, risk management skills in China

Cargill, World Food Programme partner to improve farmer's livelihood, risk management skills in China

Monday, June 21, 2021

Cargill and the United Nations' World Food Programme (WFP) have jointly launched on June 17 the Holistic Agriculture Risk Management Project, a three-year pilot initiative in Songyuan, Jilin province, China.

Zoetis initiative improves livestock health in Sub-Saharan Africa with 1.7 billion doses of vaccines and medicines

Zoetis initiative improves livestock health in Sub-Saharan Africa with 1.7 billion doses of vaccines and medicines

Monday, June 14, 2021

Livestock health and farmers' livelihoods have been dramatically improved in Sub-Saharan Africa, following the administration of 1.7 billion doses of vaccines and medicines and over 650,000 diagnostic tests through Zoetis' African Livestock Productivity and Health Advancement (ALPHA) initiative, now in its fourth year.

BASF receives GMP, ISO certifications for glycerin production at Dusseldorf, Germany site

BASF receives GMP, ISO certifications for glycerin production at Dusseldorf, Germany site

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

BASF has obtained two new certifications, GMP+ and ISO 22000, for its crude glycerin production at its Dusseldorf-Holthausen, Germany site.

GAA's 2020 annual report highlights commitment to UN Sustainable Development Goals

GAA's 2020 annual report highlights commitment to UN Sustainable Development Goals

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

The Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA) published its 2020 Annual Report on June 14.

Charoen Pokphand Foods subsidiary in joint effort to aid Philippines' swine industry

Charoen Pokphand Foods subsidiary in joint effort to aid Philippines' swine industry

Thursday, May 27, 2021

Charoen Pokphand Foods Philippines Corp (CPFPC) is partnering with the Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) and the Department of Agriculture (DA) to support the country's swine industry.

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