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Drought may hit Argentina's grain exports until September

Drought may hit Argentina's grain exports until September

Saturday, May 30, 2020

Drought has pushed Argentina's Parana River to its lowest level in decades, which will slow exports and hurt the country's soy crushing margins at least through September, officials said, reported Reuters.

EU feed industry on track for deforestation-free soy, says IDH report

EU feed industry on track for deforestation-free soy, says IDH report

Saturday, May 30, 2020

A report by the Sustainable Trade Initiative (IDH) says that an estimated 38% of soybean meal consumption in Europe is compliant with the FEFAC Soy Sourcing Guidelines (SSG) and 19% is certified deforestation-free as of 2018, when the survey was made. FEFAC is the European Feed Manufacturers' Federation.

Wens Foodstuffs Group aims to triple swine output by 2024

Wens Foodstuffs Group aims to triple swine output by 2024

Friday, May 29, 2020

The biggest swine producer in China will boost its output by three times in the next four years through the construction of new swine farms, Reuters reported.

Tyson Foods will close Iowa swine plant due to COVID-19

Tyson Foods will close Iowa swine plant due to COVID-19

Friday, May 29, 2020

The company will close its swine plant in Storm Lake, Iowa after 555 workers, or 22% of the facility's workforce tested positive for COVID-19, Reuters reported.

China bans pork imports from India

China bans pork imports from India

Friday, May 29, 2020

Authorities in China said the ban was imposed due to African swine fever (ASF), but state-run media linked the ban to border tensions, The Hindu reported.

China buys Brazilian soy as US trade tensions build up

China buys Brazilian soy as US trade tensions build up

Friday, May 29, 2020

As trade tensions with the US increase, China purchased over 10 cargoes of Brazilian soybeans this week in private transactions, according to sources familiar with the matter, Bloomberg reported.

China's egg prices dive to historic lows

China's egg prices dive to historic lows

Friday, May 29, 2020

As inventories increase in the midst of sluggish demand, the poultry and egg prices in China have come under pressure in recent weeks, pushing egg prices to plunge to historic lows, Reuters reported.

ASF deaths seen to break 2019 record

ASF deaths seen to break 2019 record

Friday, May 29, 2020

Experts warned that the African swine fever (ASF) outbreak is predicted to be even worse this year than the previous year, the Guardian reported.

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Corn market uptrend aborted: The bear is back

Corn market uptrend aborted: The bear is back

Thursday, May 28, 2020

After years of incremental progress towards a new bull market, the coronavirus outbreak perversely reversed corn market fundamentals and with it, the longterm price trend.

How disease and recession rebalanced world swine meat supply, demand and trade

How disease and recession rebalanced world swine meat supply, demand and trade

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

ASF decimated Asian hog herds more than it did consumption. Covid-19 dented western pork consumption, but not its production. The net result is a huge, China-centric increase in the global swine meat trade.

A pause of uncertain duration: Bird flu, coronavirus interrupt Polish poultry's vibrant growth

A pause of uncertain duration: Bird flu, coronavirus interrupt Polish poultry's vibrant growth

Monday, May 11, 2020

More export-dependent than ever, the sector's fate depends on the world economy's post-Covid-19 recovery.

An eastward journey towards a prosperous, balanced dairy market

An eastward journey towards a prosperous, balanced dairy market

Friday, April 17, 2020

Covid-19 interrupted a market balancing process that has been underway for several years, thereby widening price disparities between dairy fats and powders. Led by China, Far Eastern dairy consumption remains on track to spark a new, early 2020s price boom.

China Methionine: Prices rise further with supply tight (week ended Apr 13, 2020)

China Methionine: Prices rise further with supply tight (week ended Apr 13, 2020)

Thursday, April 16, 2020

As the availability of methionine from Southeast Asia remained low while feed producers stocked inventories amid fears of supply shortages, methionine prices continued to rise substantially over the week.

Corn, soybeans, ASF, coronavirus - and the damage done

Corn, soybeans, ASF, coronavirus - and the damage done

Thursday, April 16, 2020

Human and animal diseases are slashing world meat consumption estimates but having less of an impact on feed crop supplies. Strangely, the more these diseases depress feed crop markets, the faster the next rally will arrive.

Coronavirus dents the world economy - but not the global beef trade

Coronavirus dents the world economy - but not the global beef trade

Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Coronavirus, trade politics and collapsing western economies will accelerate the rebalancing of a flourishing world beef trade.

Will Argentina's beef export renaissance come undone?

Will Argentina's beef export renaissance come undone?

Friday, April 3, 2020

Four years of economic liberalization revives exports to record levels -with three quarters of shipments destined for China. Now Covid-19, and a new, ham fisted government threaten to send the industry back into its multi-decade slump.

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China Fishmeal Weekly: Soft demand weakens prices (week ended May 29, 2020)

China Fishmeal Weekly: Soft demand weakens prices (week ended May 29, 2020)

Monday, June 1, 2020

Demand for fishmeal from the aquaculture sector slowed as feed producers were reluctant to stock high inventories. As a result, port inventories of fishmeal expanded to 134,200 tonnes.

China not to buy US chicken amid COVID-19 recovery

China not to buy US chicken amid COVID-19 recovery

Saturday, May 30, 2020

In a reversal from a recent surge of imports, China will be out of the market for US chicken in June as it recovers from the COVID-19 crisis, the president of Sanderson Farms Inc said on Thursday, reported Reuters.

China's March dairy imports hike about 10%

China's March dairy imports hike about 10%

Saturday, May 30, 2020

According to New Zealand's Fonterra on Friday, the global dairy import volumes of China climbed 10.1% in March as the world's second-largest economy reopens after the COVID-19 lockdown, reported Reuters.

Wens Foodstuffs Group aims to triple swine output by 2024

Wens Foodstuffs Group aims to triple swine output by 2024

Friday, May 29, 2020

The biggest swine producer in China will boost its output by three times in the next four years through the construction of new swine farms, Reuters reported.

China bans pork imports from India

China bans pork imports from India

Friday, May 29, 2020

Authorities in China said the ban was imposed due to African swine fever (ASF), but state-run media linked the ban to border tensions, The Hindu reported.

China buys Brazilian soy as US trade tensions build up

China buys Brazilian soy as US trade tensions build up

Friday, May 29, 2020

As trade tensions with the US increase, China purchased over 10 cargoes of Brazilian soybeans this week in private transactions, according to sources familiar with the matter, Bloomberg reported.

China's egg prices dive to historic lows

China's egg prices dive to historic lows

Friday, May 29, 2020

As inventories increase in the midst of sluggish demand, the poultry and egg prices in China have come under pressure in recent weeks, pushing egg prices to plunge to historic lows, Reuters reported.

China plans food security response action due to global COVID-19 concerns

China plans food security response action due to global COVID-19 concerns

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

China's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) said the country will draw up and implement a food security response plan because of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, Reuters reported.

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Hamlet Protein renews Asian partnership

Hamlet Protein renews Asian partnership

Saturday, May 30, 2020

Hamlet Protein, a multinational producer of specialty ingredients for young animal nutrition, announced the renewal of its partnership with Jebsen & Jessen in Asia.

Wens Foodstuffs Group aims to triple swine output by 2024

Wens Foodstuffs Group aims to triple swine output by 2024

Friday, May 29, 2020

The biggest swine producer in China will boost its output by three times in the next four years through the construction of new swine farms, Reuters reported.

Tyson Foods will close Iowa swine plant due to COVID-19

Tyson Foods will close Iowa swine plant due to COVID-19

Friday, May 29, 2020

The company will close its swine plant in Storm Lake, Iowa after 555 workers, or 22% of the facility's workforce tested positive for COVID-19, Reuters reported.

Court orders JBS beef plant closure due to COVID-19

Court orders JBS beef plant closure due to COVID-19

Friday, May 29, 2020

A local labour court has ordered the closure of JBS SA beef plant in Brazil's state of Rondonia until the company tests all employees in the facility for the new coronavirus, Reuters reported on Wednesday.

AI software developed by Connecterra alerts farmers to sick cows

AI software developed by Connecterra alerts farmers to sick cows

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Dutch agritech firm Connecterra has developed an artificial intelligence (AI) software that alerts cattlemen whenever their cows are ailing, which can in turn result in decreased antibiotic use, The Cattle Site reported.

BRF meatpacking plant confirms over 300 COVID-19 cases

BRF meatpacking plant confirms over 300 COVID-19 cases

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

BRF SA stated on Monday that almost 340 meatpacking workers at one of its plant in southern Brazil have tested positive for the new coronavirus, Reuters reported.

Austral Fisheries launches sustainability-focused start-up programme

Austral Fisheries launches sustainability-focused start-up programme

Saturday, May 23, 2020

Austral Fisheries is starting an "accelerator" programme to help start-ups centering on sustainability-focused innovation in the seafood sector, reported SeafoodSource.

Nordic Aquafarms nears clearing final permit barrier for salmon RAS

Nordic Aquafarms nears clearing final permit barrier for salmon RAS

Saturday, May 23, 2020

Maine's Board of Environmental Protection (BEP) recently deliberated four major permits required for Nordic Aquafarms' salmon recirculating aquaculture system (RAS), reported SeafoodSource.

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