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17 June 2019
CME: No Backlog of Over Finished/Fed Cattle in Feedlots
US - Indications are that the US cattle feeding sector is "current", that is, animals have been marketed in a timely manner, and there is not a backlog of over finished/fed animals in feedlots, reports Steiner Consulting Group, DLR Division, Inc....
EU, US Reach Agreement on Imports of Hormone-free Beef
EU - On Friday, the European Commission shared with Member States the successful outcome of negotiations to review the functioning of an existing quota to import hormone-free beef into the EU....
New AI Tool Predicts Quantity of Milk Produced by 1.5m Cows
EUROPE - Arla Foods has developed a new artificial intelligence tool to better predict their milk intake from farmer-owners. This means that 200 million kilos of milk can now be utilised better each year making Arla’s value chain even more sustainable....
US Pork, Beef Under Spotlight for Vietnam’s Growing Foodservice Sector
VIETNAM - Working to distinguish US pork and beef from competitors’ products while building relationships with traders and foodservice operators in a fast-growing market, USMEF participated in the 2019 edition of Food and Hotel Vietnam. ...
Increased Competition, Changing Trends Impact on Global Leather Demand
UK - Revenues earned by abattoirs from the sale of skins and hides have substantially reduced over the past year as the global demand for leather has collapsed, according to the latest analysis by Quality Meat Scotland (QMS)....
14 June 2019
CME: Grocery Store Beef Prices in May Up from April
US - The US Department of Labor released their monthly report on retail prices on Wednesday, from which USDA Economic Research Service (ERS) parsed and translated the trend in grocery store meat prices, reports Steiner Consulting Group, DLR Division,...
Iconic Scotch Beef Sector Under Cosh
SCOTLAND, UK - Scotland’s iconic beef producers are under the cosh as prices fall to a three-year low. ...
Alternative US Beef Cuts Showcased to HRI Sector in the UAE
UAE - US beef short ribs, minced beef, brisket, flank and tenderloin cube roll were among the alternative cuts promoted by USMEF during a training for hotel, restaurant and institutional (HRI) sector professionals in the United Arab Emirates (UAE)....
QMS Set to Inspire Royal Highland Show Visitors
SCOTLAND, UK - Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) will be pulling out all the stops next week to make the most of the opportunity the Royal Highland Show offers to showcase the Scottish red meat industry and its brands....
IFA Says Supporting Mercosur Deal Would be Reckless for Ireland
IRELAND - IFA President Joe Healy has called on the Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to intervene at the highest levels in Brussels to stop a bad EU-Mercosur trade deal, which would do untold damage to Ireland's €3bn beef and livestock sector....
13 June 2019
QMS Speaks on Importance of Making School Food Healthier
SCOTLAND, UK - Alan Clarke, Chief Executive of Quality Meat Scotland (QMS), has emphasised the importance of a balanced diet for children and people of all age groups....
12 June 2019
CME: Fed Cattle Futures Higher on Monday
US - Fed cattle futures were higher on Monday even though it was a rather slow day in terms of fundamental news, reports Steiner Consulting Group, DLR Division, Inc....
Tunisian Dairy Firm to Build Plant in Morocco
MOROCCO - Tunisian dairy manufacturer Land’Or seeks to expand its presence by building a new plant in Morocco....
Scotch Beef in Spotlight for Father's Day
SCOTLAND, UK - A new promotion launched by Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) is set to be seen by an audience of one million ahead of Father’s Day (16 June 2019)....
More Research Required on New Pathogens in Beef, Cow's Milk Products
GERMANY - According to the DKFZ, research has been carried out on cow's milk, cow's milk products and the blood serum of healthy cattle....
11 June 2019
Brazil Reports Rise in May Beef Exports
BRAZIL - Brazilian beef exports rose 35 percent in May, and 18 percent from January to May, compared to the same month last year, according to the Brazilian Meat Packers Association (Abrafrigo)....
Product Differentiation 'Can Double Beef Earnings'
KENYA - Product differentiation during beef production can bring farmers up to twice their buying price if they exercise proper handling, Kenya Markets Trust's sector manager of livestock Boniface Kaberia has said....
Mother Dairy Joins Hands with DTC to Set Up Kiosks
INDIA - Leading milk supplier Mother Dairy on Tuesday announced partnership with Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) to set up 31 kiosks at latter's bus depots, terminals and housing colonies as part of its efforts to expand presence in the National Capital...
Stats NZ Reports Large Rise in Meat, Dairy Manufacturing
NEW ZEALAND - The largest rise for five years in volumes of meat and dairy products drove manufacturing up for the second quarter in a row, Stats NZ said....
IFA: Co-ops Unfairly Cautious When Higher Milk Prices Justified for May Milk
IRELAND - Speaking only days before the first co-ops decide their May milk prices, IFA National Dairy Chairman Tom Phelan yesterday said that a price increase of at least 1c/l was justified in most cases, especially for those co-ops which have been paying...
10 June 2019
April Beef Export Below 2018 Levels
US - April exports of US beef were lower than a year ago, according to data released by USDA and compiled by USMEF....
Government Fails on Dairy, Climate Again, Says Greenpeace
NEW ZEALAND - The Government has announced changes to the national dairy industry regulations (DIRA) but has kept a controversial legal requirement on Fonterra to pick up milk from new dairy conversions, angering Greenpeace....
Lanzhou Beef Noodles to Connect Farms with College Canteens
CHINA - Lanzhou beef noodles, a 200-year-old specialty of northwest China's Gansu province, will enter college canteens across China to help increase income of local rural residents....
Dept Changes to Classification Favour Factories Over Farmers, IFA Reports
IRELAND - IFA National Livestock Chairman Angus Woods said the proposal from the Department of Agriculture to change the equations in the classification machines at meat plants, which determine the conformation and fat score of cattle, rewards factories...
07 June 2019
Fonterra Reacts to Outcome of Govt’s DIRA Review
NEW ZEALAND - Fonterra acknowledges the outcome of the Government’s review into the Dairy Industry Restructuring Act (DIRA). The proposed changes announced by the Government will bring some improvements to the sector, but it also represents a missed...
Fonterra Gets Veto Rights on Open Entry Requirement
NEW ZEALAND - Primary Industries Minister Damien O'Connor will grant Fonterra Cooperative Group a little relief over its requirement to accept milk from all-comers, but it will also face greater oversight by the government....
IFA Reaction to Draft EU Regulations on €100m Brexit Beef Fund
EU - Reacting to the draft EU regulation on the €100m Brexit beef fund circulated in Brussels yesterday, IFA President Joe Healy said Minister Creed must reject all conditionality in the draft regulation that does not relate to the actual income losses...
QMS Raises Awareness of Key Role of Auctioneers
SCOTLAND, UK - A tranche of activities to raise awareness of the key role of auctioneers in the Scottish red meat industry has been undertaken in recent months by Quality Meat Scotland (QMS)....
 
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