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Mumbai, India faces possible egg shortage due to avian influenza, culling at farms

Mumbai, India faces possible egg shortage due to avian influenza, culling at farms

Monday, February 15, 2021

Avian influenza have affected 21 layer poultry farms in Navapur, Nandurbar, India, leading to authorities to plan culling of poultry birds and increasing the likelihood that an egg shortage may soon happen in Mumbai and Pune.

Record high volumes for Mowi in 2020

Record high volumes for Mowi in 2020

Wednesday, February 17, 2021

Mowi has achieved all-time high volumes in all divisions in 2020, harvesting 440,000 tonnes of salmon, selling 240,000 tonnes of value-added products and producing 540,000 tonnes of feed.

Dr. Eckel launches AntaCatch Livestock endotoxins solution

Dr. Eckel launches AntaCatch Livestock endotoxins solution

Tuesday, February 16, 2021

On February 4, Dr. Eckel Animal Nutrition launched an innovative solution to fight against endotoxins following two years of development.

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.

Chinese corn imports expected to reach 24 million tonnes for 2020/21

Chinese corn imports expected to reach 24 million tonnes for 2020/21

Monday, February 15, 2021

China's record corn imports are forecast at 24.0 million tonnes for 2020/21.

Global Dairy Weekly (week ended February 12, 2021)

Global Dairy Weekly (week ended February 12, 2021)

Monday, February 15, 2021

Batavia, NY – New details on additional government spending, and a cold snap, contributed to firmer market sentiment this week. More on the government spending in a moment.

Lallemand collaborates with Poultry Sense to improve efficiency of commercial trials

Lallemand collaborates with Poultry Sense to improve efficiency of commercial trials

Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Lallemand Animal Nutrition has partnered with agri-tech company Poultry Sense to improve the reliability and credibility of data gained from commercial farm trials.

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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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.

COVID-19, bird flu besiege Polish poultry exporters with supply and demand setbacks

COVID-19, bird flu besiege Polish poultry exporters with supply and demand setbacks

Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Prices and revenues slashed to sustain output but EU regulations threaten long-run competitiveness.

It's not just COVID-19: What is holding back the world poultry sector?

It's not just COVID-19: What is holding back the world poultry sector?

Wednesday, January 6, 2021

No matter how you look at the numbers, the world poultry sector is in trouble. COVID-19 is blamed for most of 2020's economic woes but this is not the case for the world poultry sector. Once the most promising livestock protein line, poultry meat production has been growing at slow, disappointing rates long before our coronavirus infected the world economy.

Wave of the future? Investment in RAS salmon farming takes off

Wave of the future? Investment in RAS salmon farming takes off

Tuesday, December 29, 2020

Not even COVID-19 slowed accelerating investment in commercial RAS salmon –but 2030 output forecasts vary by a factor of more than ten.

Norwegian salmon farms endure a difficult year better than their Chilean rivals

Norwegian salmon farms endure a difficult year better than their Chilean rivals

Tuesday, December 22, 2020

Weak Q4 demand, surplus of large-size fish narrows price spreads but exports, prices and revenues less disrupted by COVID-19 than those of Chile.

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China Threonine: Prices soar despite slow post-festive feed consumption (week ended Feb 22, 2021)

China Threonine: Prices soar despite slow post-festive feed consumption (week ended Feb 22, 2021)

Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Inadequate availability of corn tightened the production of several amino acids including threonine. With output costs high and production low, producers lifted the prices of threonine significantly lately.

China Lysine: Producers lift prices amid corn shortages (week ended Feb 22, 2021)

China Lysine: Producers lift prices amid corn shortages (week ended Feb 22, 2021)

Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Buyers were eagerly purchasing corn during the Chinese New Year period amid fears that the supply shortages would result in production difficulties. With output limited and the costs of corn set to soar further, lysine producers lifted export prices for Q2 deliveries while limiting order volumes to be on the safe side.

China AA Broiler: Chick prices surge on supply crunch (week ended Feb 22, 2021)

China AA Broiler: Chick prices surge on supply crunch (week ended Feb 22, 2021)

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

After falling 4% between late January and early February, prices of AA broiler remained unchanged over the past three weeks as markets were closed due to the Chinese New Year celebration.

China Hog: Prices plunge 13% in four weeks before Chinese New Year

China Hog: Prices plunge 13% in four weeks before Chinese New Year

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

China's hog market was closed over the past two weeks due to the celebration of Chinese New Year. Prior to the long festive holidays, hog prices plummeted as release volumes increased tremendously while farmers were eager to clear inventories.

China Soymeal: Low hog feed demand set to curtail sales (week ended Feb 22, 2021)

China Soymeal: Low hog feed demand set to curtail sales (week ended Feb 22, 2021)

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Prices of soy oil remained strong, motivating crushers to step up production, which in turn supressed soymeal prices as a result. Sales were negligible over the past two weeks due to the Chinese New Year holidays while prices remained flat.

China gives, China takes away, and the west must look to its own pork markets

China gives, China takes away, and the west must look to its own pork markets

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

From 2010 through 2020, world pork exports grew at a 6.7% annually and by 5.48 million tonnes, to 11.37 million tonnes. Without China, those same exports would have increased by only 1.4% annually, increased a mere 336,000 tonnes and totaled a mere 6.22 million tonnes in 2020.

China Corn: Market stable amid light trade (week ended Feb 19, 2021)

China Corn: Market stable amid light trade (week ended Feb 19, 2021)

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Trade was minimal due to the celebration of Chinese New Year. Prices of corn were mainly stable in most regions.

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.

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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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