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FAO updates on ASF situation in Asia

FAO updates on ASF situation in Asia

Monday, April 12, 2021

The United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has recently released an update on the African swine fever situation in Asia.

Cargill survey finds consumers hopeful about agriculture's ability to positively impact climate change

Cargill survey finds consumers hopeful about agriculture's ability to positively impact climate change

Monday, April 12, 2021

Consumers view agriculture as part of the solution to climate change rather than the problem, Cargill said, in reference to the company's recent global Feed4Thought survey.

Alltech ONE Ideas Conference returns virtually in May 2021

Alltech ONE Ideas Conference returns virtually in May 2021

Tuesday, April 6, 2021

The global Alltech ONE Ideas Conference (ONE) returns virtually on May 25–27, 2021.

Shrimp supply, demand and the uneven impact of COVID-19

Shrimp supply, demand and the uneven impact of COVID-19

Tuesday, April 6, 2021

All nations grappled with the coronavirus's impact on shrimp farming but some nations were far more affected than others.

Strong demand for collapsible crates worldwide: Carfed International

Strong demand for collapsible crates worldwide: Carfed International

Friday, April 2, 2021

For Italy-based supplier of live bird crates, Carfed International, one of their well-known products is the Mondial Carfed crate which is their smallest collapsible crate. In an interview with eFeedLink, Dr. Ing. Antonello Caravita, chief executive officer of Carfed, shares his insights into the market for live bird crates.

AB Vista launches dietary fibre calculator to help nutritionists optimise animal diets

AB Vista launches dietary fibre calculator to help nutritionists optimise animal diets

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

AB Vista has launched a free tool to assist nutritionists in the formulation of animal diets.

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.

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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.

3.5 million tonnes of pork looking for a new home

3.5 million tonnes of pork looking for a new home

Tuesday, February 2, 2021

China's pork import boom has peaked and intense market share competition is just starting.

China lifts Thailand's poultry trade

China lifts Thailand's poultry trade

Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Adapting to China's desire for frozen poultry and redirecting cooked meat exports from Europe to Japan, Thai broiler exporters made the best of a bad year.

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China AA Broiler: Farmers stand firm amid deficits (week ended Apr 19, 2021)

China AA Broiler: Farmers stand firm amid deficits (week ended Apr 19, 2021)

Monday, April 19, 2021

AA broiler farms, which were incurring losses, were reluctant to cut prices further. Nonetheless, sales showed little improvement as slaughterhouses limited stockpiles with chicken demand flat and profit margins low.

China Hog: Prices rise in several regions, halting 37% plummet (week ended Apr 19, 2021)

China Hog: Prices rise in several regions, halting 37% plummet (week ended Apr 19, 2021)

Monday, April 19, 2021

Slaughterhouses restocked depleting inventories, lending support to the hog market even as the quantity of finishing hog continued to increase. Hog prices rebounded in several regions but remained soft in the southern provinces amid slack demands.

Restructured and reviving: China dairy farming's supply-side revolution

Restructured and reviving: China dairy farming's supply-side revolution

Monday, April 19, 2021

Rising farm-scale, feed quality, cattle efficiency transforms Chinese dairy's trade and supply fundamentals.

China Corn: Price rebound ends five week tumble (week ended Apr 19, 2021)

China Corn: Price rebound ends five week tumble (week ended Apr 19, 2021)

Monday, April 19, 2021

Corn prices rebounded slightly after tumbling 6.5% in five weeks. Demand remained flat while supplies tightened as traders held back releases with corn prices falling below expectations.

China Fishmeal: Prices soften on weak demand (week ended Apr 19, 2021)

China Fishmeal: Prices soften on weak demand (week ended Apr 19, 2021)

Monday, April 19, 2021

CNF prices of Peruvian prime-grade fishmeal dipped to US$1,610/tonne. Pre-sales price quotes softened to US$1,600/tonne.

China Methionine: Market stays weak despite decreased output (week ended Apr 12, 2021)

China Methionine: Market stays weak despite decreased output (week ended Apr 12, 2021)

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Feed producers were reluctant to make purchases as the livestock markets stayed weak. Hence, even as production decreased lately, methionine sellers were inclined to keep prices low to promote sales.

China Animal Health Update (April 2021)

China Animal Health Update (April 2021)

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Being the peak of China's spring season, April saw mild weather and lengthened daylight hours, with favourable feed intake and growth for livestock. April could be said to be the peak production period for the first half of 2021.

China Whey: Market weakens despite delayed shipments, high import costs (week ended Apr 12, 2021)

China Whey: Market weakens despite delayed shipments, high import costs (week ended Apr 12, 2021)

Monday, April 12, 2021

Even though shipments were delayed while US whey costs remained high, prices of whey in China weakened of late. Hog farmers were reluctant to stock quality feeds with the market weak and the disease rates of African Swine Fever staying high

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Agrifirm launches new young animal brand

Agrifirm launches new young animal brand

Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Royal Agrifirm Group has launched its new young animal nutrition brand Earlyfeed.

Adisseo: Taking a big leap in sustainability

Adisseo: Taking a big leap in sustainability

Friday, November 27, 2020

This year, Adisseo's top priority is to ensure its employees' safety while continuing to supply feed ingredients essential to help produce food. Indeed, the company is proud to have pursued and safely achieved this endeavour in a safe manner during a time defined by an ongoing pandemic.

Cobb poised for growth with research farm expansion in US

Cobb poised for growth with research farm expansion in US

Monday, November 23, 2020

Cobb is making a significant investment in research and development by expanding its Bear Hollow pedigree research farm in Southwest Missouri, the United States, the company announced on November 20.

Giordano Poultry Plast: Continuously innovating the poultry equipment supply manufacturing industry

Giordano Poultry Plast: Continuously innovating the poultry equipment supply manufacturing industry

Friday, November 20, 2020

Giordano Poultry Plast is a leading global equipment supply manufacturer for the poultry industry. Founded in 1962 and still operated by the Giordano family, the company operates not only in the breeding field but also in slaughtering and transport, creating high-tech plastic products and components made specifically for the poultry industry.

DuPont Animal Nutrition announces manufacturing facility in Wuxi, China

DuPont Animal Nutrition announces manufacturing facility in Wuxi, China

Friday, August 28, 2020

DuPont Nutrition & Biosciences has announced on August 27 the opening of a new animal nutrition manufacturing capability in Wuxi, China.

Aviagen Latin America invests US$4 million in great grandparent facility

Aviagen Latin America invests US$4 million in great grandparent facility

Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Poultry breeding company Aviagen has added a fourth farm to its great grandparent (GGP) production complex located in Natividade da Serra, state of São Paulo, Brazil.

JBS second-quarter net profits almost two times higher than analysts' estimates

JBS second-quarter net profits almost two times higher than analysts' estimates

Friday, August 14, 2020

Brazilian-based meat packer JBS SA posted second quarter net profits close to two times higher compared to analysts' projections thanks to its strong beef and pork sectors in Brazil and the United States, Reuters reported.

Symaga completes new drilling centre

Symaga completes new drilling centre

Saturday, August 1, 2020

Symaga has finished the installation of a new drilling centre, boosting its steel profile automatic processes range with the high productivity of the new model.

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