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Thailand's agriculture ministry aims to export poultry and pork to China

Thailand's agriculture ministry aims to export poultry and pork to China

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Thailand's Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives said it will export poultry and pork meat to China to help domestic farmers affected by COVID-19, The Star Malaysia reported.

Norway's fresh salmon exports to China dropped 97%

Norway's fresh salmon exports to China dropped 97%

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Fresh salmon exports from Norway to China fell 97% last week to 15 tonnes due to the recent Beijing COVID-19 outbreak, Fish Information & Services reported.

Jamesway Chick Master integration announced

Jamesway Chick Master integration announced

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

TBG, a global leader in poultry equipment and hatchery solutions, announced last week that it will combine the operations of its Jamesway and Chick Master businesses.

Vietnam reports ASF in 45 cities, provinces

Vietnam reports ASF in 45 cities, provinces

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Since early this year, African swine fever has occurred in 45 provinces and cities in Vietnam, which has killed 34,000 pigs, stated the country's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development on Monday, Vietnam News Agency reported.

Researchers in China discover new swine flu with pandemic potential

Researchers in China discover new swine flu with pandemic potential

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Researchers in China have published a study in US science journal PNAS about the discovery of a new type of swine flu called G4 that could cause a pandemic, AFP reported.

US hog sector grows by 5%

US hog sector grows by 5%

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

As of June 1, 2020, US farms gathered 79.6 million hogs and pigs, 5% higher from June last year, Hoosier Ag Today reported.

Animal Feed Enzymes Market seen to beat US$2.3 billion

Animal Feed Enzymes Market seen to beat US$2.3 billion

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Animal Feed Enzymes Market is expected to exceed US$2.3 billion by 2026, Cuereport reported.

Beijing's Xinfadi wholesale beef and lamb market considered extremely high risk area for COVID-19

Beijing's Xinfadi wholesale beef and lamb market considered extremely high risk area for COVID-19

Monday, June 29, 2020

China's health experts labelled Xinfadi's wholesale beef and lamb market as an extremely high risk area for COVID-19, after 102 cases out of 311 confirmed COVID-19 cases were attributed to the beef and lamb area, China's Global Times reported.

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Latin America today, Africa tomorrow: The world egg market's future is in the South

Latin America today, Africa tomorrow: The world egg market's future is in the South

Monday, June 15, 2020

Latin America today, Africa tomorrow: The world egg market's future is in the South Latin America is growing faster than any region than Southeast Asia. Africa will emerge as an important, long lasting egg protein growth driver within one or two decades.

Asia to dominate world egg market through 2050

Asia to dominate world egg market through 2050

Monday, June 15, 2020

Decelerating growth in China and Northeast Asia is being more than offset by rapid expansion in Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent.

Resilient and rapidly growing: The layer sector's bright growth prospects

Resilient and rapidly growing: The layer sector's bright growth prospects

Monday, June 15, 2020

In a world where half the people earn less than US$10,000 and eat less than 6kg of eggs annually, this food line offers the highest quality protein at the lowest unit cost.

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.

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China bans most Dutch pork imports after COVID-19 cases

China bans most Dutch pork imports after COVID-19 cases

Friday, July 3, 2020

China has suspended almost all pork imports from the Netherlands, following COVID-19 outbreaks at some of the largest Dutch slaughterhouses, Reuters reported.

China's Shanghai beef imports soar in Jan-May

China's Shanghai beef imports soar in Jan-May

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

In the first five months of this year, Shanghai imported a total of 394,000 tonnes of beef via Shanghai Customs, up 51.8% from the same period last year, customs data showed, Xinhua reported.

China VC sellers cut prices to stimulate sales (week ended Jun 29, 2020)

China VC sellers cut prices to stimulate sales (week ended Jun 29, 2020)

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Vitamin C market was under pressure with feed sales unusually weak due to poor demand for livestock products. Meanwhile, severe floods in several parts of China curtailed the demand for vitamin from the aquaculture sector.

China calcium pantothenate prices halved in two months, hit 2018 lows (week ended Jun 22, 2020)

China calcium pantothenate prices halved in two months, hit 2018 lows (week ended Jun 22, 2020)

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Calcium pantothenate producers were engaged in a price war as inventories mounted with demand sluggish. Over the past two months, calcium pantothenate prices have plunged more than 50%.

China tryptophan prices fall under pressure (week ended Jun 29, 2020)

China tryptophan prices fall under pressure (week ended Jun 29, 2020)

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Sales of tryptophan showed little improvement with the demand for hog feed sluggish while export demand remained soft. Producers were compelled to cut prices amid mounting inventory pressure.

China Methionine: Poor demand softens prices (week ended Jun 29, 2020)

China Methionine: Poor demand softens prices (week ended Jun 29, 2020)

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Demand for livestock products were limited as the second wave of the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic hit China while several regions were plagued by floods and heavy rains. Feed producers cut output, hence decimating the sales of methionine.

China Lysine Weekly: Market lacks supportive factors (week ended Jun 29, 2020)

China Lysine Weekly: Market lacks supportive factors (week ended Jun 29, 2020)

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Low demand for hog feed, resulting from limited hog inventories, curtailed the sales of lysine. Traders cut prices modestly in a bid to stimulate buying interest.

Researchers in China discover new swine flu with pandemic potential

Researchers in China discover new swine flu with pandemic potential

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Researchers in China have published a study in US science journal PNAS about the discovery of a new type of swine flu called G4 that could cause a pandemic, AFP reported.

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CP Foods to double cage-free output to 10 million eggs

CP Foods to double cage-free output to 10 million eggs

Sunday, June 28, 2020

Charoen Pokphand Foods PCL (CP Foods) will double its cage-free eggs production this year to 10 million eggs to encourage ethical food choices in Thailand and abroad, Mini Me Insights reported.

CPF supports high-quality shrimp production for sustainability

CPF supports high-quality shrimp production for sustainability

Saturday, June 27, 2020

Charoen Pokphand Foods PLC (CPF) is urging shrimp farmers to adopt standardised farming practices, emphasising on fresh, clean, safe, non-antibiotic and environmental-friendly products, for all consumers, the company announced.

Boehringer Ingelheim's Classical Swine Fever live vaccine gets approval

Boehringer Ingelheim's Classical Swine Fever live vaccine gets approval

Friday, June 26, 2020

Boehringer Ingelheim announced that its China-developed Classical Swine Fever Vaccine, Live has recently obtained a "New Veterinary Drug Registration Certificate" from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs of China.

New US meat processing plant seeks quadruple growth by yearend

New US meat processing plant seeks quadruple growth by yearend

Friday, June 19, 2020

Republic Foods, a small meat processing facility 34 miles southeast of Kansas City, Missouri, is expecting to quadruple production by the end of the year, AgWeb reported.

DSM to buy over Erber Group for US$1.1 billion

DSM to buy over Erber Group for US$1.1 billion

Friday, June 12, 2020

Royal DSM announced that it has reached agreement to acquire Erber Group for an enterprise value of €980 million (US$1.107 billion).

Salmon Group, Metapod develop insect flour into salmon feed

Salmon Group, Metapod develop insect flour into salmon feed

Thursday, June 11, 2020

Salmon Group has signed a deal with biotech startup firm Metapod to develop a new, locally produced protein source using insects for inclusion in salmon feed, SeafoodSource reported.

BRF SA closes largest meat plant for COVID-19 testing

BRF SA closes largest meat plant for COVID-19 testing

Thursday, June 11, 2020

Since last Friday, food processor BRF SA has closed its largest plant in Brazil as it tested 8,600 of its workforce for the new coronavirus, the company stated on Wednesday, Reuters reported.

JBS to reopen pork and beef plant closed due to COVID-19

JBS to reopen pork and beef plant closed due to COVID-19

Thursday, June 11, 2020

A Brazil court ruling has allowed JBS to reopen its Rio Grande do Sul pork plant, while a Rondonia court approved the reopening of JBS' beef plant there, Reuters reported.

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