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China Soymeal Weekly: Dwindling availability, strong demand lift prices (week ended Apr 6, 2020)

China Soymeal Weekly: Dwindling availability, strong demand lift prices (week ended Apr 6, 2020)

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Prices continued to surge. Over the week, prices of CBOT May soy futures dropped 1.8% amid concerns of poor demand due to the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic.

Charoen Pokphand Foods introduces eco-friendly chicken feed with lower CO2 emissions

Charoen Pokphand Foods introduces eco-friendly chicken feed with lower CO2 emissions

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Charoen Pokphand Foods PLC (CPF) of Thailand has launched an eco-friendly chicken feed that combines proportionate nutrient formulae and enzymes for better nutrient absorption and digestion.

China Corn Weekly: Strengthening prices amid dwindling availability (week ended Apr 3, 2020)

China Corn Weekly: Strengthening prices amid dwindling availability (week ended Apr 3, 2020)

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Corn prices strengthened while deep processors restocked depleting inventories as supplies dwindled. Traders withheld releases as in view of stronger prices while feed millers limited buying cautiously with livestock feed consumption slow.

UN's WFP: COVID-19 has little impact on global food supply chain so far, but ...

UN's WFP: COVID-19 has little impact on global food supply chain so far, but ...

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

The World Food Programme (WFP) said the COVID-19 pandemic so far has had little impact on the global food supply chain, noting that global markets for basic cereals are well supplied and prices are generally low.

Global shrimp production seen lower this year as farmers face sharp sales declines

Global shrimp production seen lower this year as farmers face sharp sales declines

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Overshadowed by the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, global shrimp production, particularly during the first half of 2020, is expected to be lower than last year, according to GLOBEFISH, the fish-trade site of the UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation.

India's poultry sector suffers INR13,000 crore loss

India's poultry sector suffers INR13,000 crore loss

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

The poultry industry of India had suffered INR13,000 crore losses over the past month and the number was rising due to misconceptions that COVID-19 was being transmitted through poultry consumption.

ASF outbreak could cost US swine sector US$50 billion in 10 years

ASF outbreak could cost US swine sector US$50 billion in 10 years

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

A new study replicates the impact of the loss of pork export markets and found that an African swine fever (ASF) outbreak could cost the US swine industry as much as US$50 billion over 10 years.

US pig herd expands 4% on-year

US pig herd expands 4% on-year

Friday, April 3, 2020

According to the latest figures from the USDA as of 1 March, the US pig herd has continued to expand, with pig numbers 4% higher than a year earlier, at 71.3 million heads.

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Coronavirus, shrimp diseases and world market transformations

Coronavirus, shrimp diseases and world market transformations

Thursday, March 19, 2020

India and Ecuador replaced faltering Southeast Asian and Chinese production and China became the world's top importer. Coronavirus is squeezing already thin profit margins, bringing both low prices and a new market upturn sooner than expected.

Salmon upended: Coronavirus breaks strong early 2020 market momentum, deflates a strong price rally

Salmon upended: Coronavirus breaks strong early 2020 market momentum, deflates a strong price rally

Monday, March 16, 2020

Strong world demand sustained prices deep into Q1 –but coronavirus deflation is now impacting export markets. Why this year's expected price fall will dent production more than in previous years.

Coronavirus, trade war politics and the fate of US soybean farmers

Coronavirus, trade war politics and the fate of US soybean farmers

Friday, March 6, 2020

Trade war politics devastated US soybean farming but the revenue downturn pre-dates the trade war with China. Coronavirus is forcing China to ramp up soybean imports and partly restore US soy farming fortunes. Why you should expect China to embark on an H2 2020 US soybean buying spree.

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

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

Wednesday, March 4, 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.

It's not infinitely elastic: Aquaculture optimism vs. aqua feed reality

It's not infinitely elastic: Aquaculture optimism vs. aqua feed reality

Saturday, February 15, 2020

Market research firms paint expansive forecasts of flourishing aqua feed production and booming aquaculture growth. –But aqua feed growth trends clearly contradict official aquaculture statistics –implying that mainstream industry expectations need to be thoroughly revised.

Mexican poultry's steady boom - with trade interrupted & resumed

Mexican poultry's steady boom - with trade interrupted & resumed

Monday, March 2, 2020

A world-leading importer fast-growing poultry market takes a trade war stumble as it unseats Japan as the world's top poultry meat importer.

Robust demand growth, supply bottlenecks define India's dairy industry

Robust demand growth, supply bottlenecks define India's dairy industry

Thursday, February 27, 2020

Decades of rapid growth are tapering off as the old dairy farming model reaches its limits. The industry's next chapter of development requires politically painful reforms.

Salmon's 2020 forecast: Steady supply growth, with flat but volatile 'average prices'

Salmon's 2020 forecast: Steady supply growth, with flat but volatile 'average prices'

Friday, January 3, 2020

2020 will see slower but still healthy output growth merely keep pace with demand. Hyperinflation and stagnation have both ended, leaving prices and volatility at historically high levels.

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China Lysine Weekly: Market stays firm despite slow demand (week ended Apr 6, 2020)

China Lysine Weekly: Market stays firm despite slow demand (week ended Apr 6, 2020)

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Rising costs of corn prompted producers to stand firm on lysine prices despite slow demand from the animal sector. Several producers halted p0roduction or withheld price releases as the availability of raw ingredients were tight.

China Methionine: Low availability fuels rally (week ended Apr 6, 2020)

China Methionine: Low availability fuels rally (week ended Apr 6, 2020)

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Supplies of methionine remained limited in China as several producers had limited stocks to offer while imports decreased as production and deliveries from southeast Asia were hampered by the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic. Feed producers eagerly stocked inventories as there was news that Evonik and NHU have plans to halt operation for plant maintenance in April and May respectively.

China faces new ASF cases amid COVID-19 crisis

China faces new ASF cases amid COVID-19 crisis

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Amid the global battle of containing the COVID-19 outbreak, cases of African swine fever (ASF) has been reported from Yunyang County of China's Chongqing province.

China Soymeal Weekly: Dwindling availability, strong demand lift prices (week ended Apr 6, 2020)

China Soymeal Weekly: Dwindling availability, strong demand lift prices (week ended Apr 6, 2020)

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Prices continued to surge. Over the week, prices of CBOT May soy futures dropped 1.8% amid concerns of poor demand due to the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic.

China Corn Weekly: Strengthening prices amid dwindling availability (week ended Apr 3, 2020)

China Corn Weekly: Strengthening prices amid dwindling availability (week ended Apr 3, 2020)

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Corn prices strengthened while deep processors restocked depleting inventories as supplies dwindled. Traders withheld releases as in view of stronger prices while feed millers limited buying cautiously with livestock feed consumption slow.

China Fishmeal Weekly: Market stays firm amid dwindling availability (week ended Apr 3, 2020)

China Fishmeal Weekly: Market stays firm amid dwindling availability (week ended Apr 3, 2020)

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Port inventories of fishmeal decreased significantly to 133,700 tonnes as imports were delayed while aqua feed producers increased inventories. Traders were adamant to stand firm on prices with spot supplies diminished and future shipments from Peru uncertain.

COVID-19 hits China's sustainable aquaculture

COVID-19 hits China's sustainable aquaculture

Thursday, April 2, 2020

As customers from the US and elsewhere hold off on orders due to COVID-19, China's aquaculture sector suffers damage especially companies that specialise in sustainable aquaculture products because they mostly rely on exports.

China Lysine Weekly: Increased output exerts pressure on market (week ended Mar 30, 2020)

China Lysine Weekly: Increased output exerts pressure on market (week ended Mar 30, 2020)

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Production of lysine increased as the deliveries of raw ingredients fully recovered. With hog feed consumption slow and the outlook of livestock bleak, feed producers withheld buying as fears of supply shortages subsided.

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The Nelson Foundation supports communities at home and abroad during COVID-19

The Nelson Foundation supports communities at home and abroad during COVID-19

Thursday, April 2, 2020

The Nelson Foundation, the philanthropic organisation of the Nelson family, which privately owns and operates Kemin Industries, announced April 1a US$50,000 donation to the Food Bank of Iowa to assist with feeding food insecure Iowans during the coronavirus pandemic.

China faces new ASF cases amid COVID-19 crisis

China faces new ASF cases amid COVID-19 crisis

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Amid the global battle of containing the COVID-19 outbreak, cases of African swine fever (ASF) has been reported from Yunyang County of China's Chongqing province.

Charoen Pokphand Foods introduces eco-friendly chicken feed with lower CO2 emissions

Charoen Pokphand Foods introduces eco-friendly chicken feed with lower CO2 emissions

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Charoen Pokphand Foods PLC (CPF) of Thailand has launched an eco-friendly chicken feed that combines proportionate nutrient formulae and enzymes for better nutrient absorption and digestion.

Kees Dekker assumes position of CFO at Nutreco

Kees Dekker assumes position of CFO at Nutreco

Thursday, April 2, 2020

Kees Dekker took over on Wednesday, April 1, as new chief financial officer and board member of Nutreco N.V., succeeding Jeroen Wakkerman.

Zheng Chang implements measures to tackle COVID-19 and better serve its customers

Zheng Chang implements measures to tackle COVID-19 and better serve its customers

Monday, March 30, 2020

Zheng Chang has made full use of various resources and means to minimise the impact of COVID-19 on its business and has resumed work and production.

Louis Dreyfus partners with Barramundi Asia, Temasek Life Sciences Lab on aquafeed research

Louis Dreyfus partners with Barramundi Asia, Temasek Life Sciences Lab on aquafeed research

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Louis Dreyfus Company ( LDC) has commenced a research partnership with Barramundi Asia and Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory (TLL) to develop optimal aqua feed formulations for the rearing of barramundi fish on a commercial scale, it was announced Wednesday, March 25.

Adisseo takes measures for employee safety and business continuity in light of COVID-19

Adisseo takes measures for employee safety and business continuity in light of COVID-19

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Inresponsetothe rapidlydeveloping COVID-19 epidemic, governments around the world are strengthening preventive and precautionary measures to limit the spread of the virus and protect populations.

Jamesway resorts to virtual meetings with customers amid coronavirus threat

Jamesway resorts to virtual meetings with customers amid coronavirus threat

Monday, March 16, 2020

Poultry hatchery equipment maker Jamesway said Saturday, March 14, that it will consider virtual meeting options with customers to maintain its commitment to supporting their organisations and operations amid the spread of COVID-19 worldwide.

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