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22 December 2014
View news from Mexico Mexican Livestock Free of Six More Diseases
MEXICO – Livestock sectors are tipped to prosper in Mexico in light of recent disease status reviews....
23 October 2014
View news from Mexico Bachoco Reports Strong Performance in Third Quarter
MEXICO - Commenting on the company's third-quarter results, just published, Industrias Bachoco's CEO reports that stable supply and lower costs in Mexico and the US contributed to higher profits and gross margin than a year ago....
26 August 2014
View news from Mexico Farmer Advantages to Grow 'Clenbuterol Free' Programme
MEXICO – A beef transparency scheme promising marketing advantages for compliant farms is aiming to phase out a banned growth promoter....
26 May 2014
View news from Mexico Canadian Minister Repeats Call for End of Country of Origin Discrimination
MEXICO - Canada has renewed its call to the US to end the discrimination against Canadian cattle and pigs under the mandatory Country of Origin Labelling (COOL) regulations....
16 April 2014
View news from Mexico Positive Year Ahead for Mexico, but Full of Challenges, Says Rabobank
MEXICO - Mexico’s economic growth is gradually improving, but food consumption remains vulnerable to income and price effects, according to a report from Rabobank – "Mexico Agribusiness Outlook 2014: A positive year but full of challenges". ...
14 March 2014
View news from Mexico Mexican Cattle Sector Has Lots to Do
MEXICO – The government has announced a range of improvements needed to take the Mexican cattle industry forward....
18 February 2014
View news from Mexico Canada Export Opportunity Opens Up in Four States
MEXICO – Mexico’s beef industry could receive a boost after hearing it’s veterinary inspections are on a par with Canadian veterinary standards....
03 February 2014
View news from Mexico State Funding Looks To Tighten Up More Slaughterhouses
MEXICO – The quantity of goods carrying the Federally inspected slaughter (TIF) logo is set to lift further after a government confirmation of 650 million pesos for abattoirs....
30 January 2014
View news from Mexico Mexico Announces 2014 TRQ for Milk Powder Imports
MEXICO - On 30 December 2013, the Secretariat of Economy (SE) announced in the Diario Oficial (Mexico’s Federal Register) the modification to the rules to import milk powder duty-free from Most Favored Nations (MFN) as part of its World Trade Organization...
14 January 2014
View news from Mexico Over Half of Meat Now Comes From Inspected Establishments
MEXICO – The cattle industry has been praised for advances made in the amount of beef processed in federally inspected slaughterhouses....
View news from Mexico Bid to Clear Foot and Mouth Commences
MEXICO – National foot and mouth eradication measures will start 13 January to 28 February....
06 January 2014
View news from Mexico Mexico to Strengthen Cattle Health and Traceability Systems
MEXICO - The National Service of Health, Food Safety and Quality (SENASICA) and the National Confederation of Livestock Organizations (CNOG) are working together to design the mechanisms that will lead to a stronger traceability system, mobilisation,...
20 December 2013
View news from Mexico State Subsidies Up to 34 Per Cent Rise for Livestock
MEXICO – Livestock farmers will see a funding boost worth 6.516 million pesos next year, the Secretariat of Agriculture (Sargarpa) has announced....
10 December 2013
View news from Mexico Bachoco Family Trust Reduces Shareholding
MEXICO - The family trust has sold some of its shares in Industrias Bachoco....
06 December 2013
View news from Mexico Mexico Elected to Lead Regional Committee of FAO Livestock Development
MEXICO - The Council of the XII Commission on Livestock Development for Latin America and the Caribbean (CODEGALAC) of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has chosen Mexico to lead this international body and to develop the work...
29 November 2013
View news from Mexico Mexican Agricultural Exports up in October
MEXICO - Agricultural and fisheries exports rose 10.3 per cent in October compared to the same month last year, according to the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI)....
25 November 2013
View news from Mexico Hong Kong Approves Meat Imports from Mexico
MEXICO - Hong Kong's Department of Food Hygiene and Environment has approved the export certificate for various meat and poultry products from Mexico, according to the National Health, Safety and Food Quality Service (SENASICA)....
24 October 2013
View news from Mexico Number of Mexican Cattle to US Halves
MEXICO – Lower cattle inventories and a rise in home-grown beef sourcing have contributed to Mexican cattle exports to the US almost halving....
View news from Mexico Meat Industry Show Starts in Mexico City
MEXICO - The international symposium, SICARNE, which started in Mexico City yesterday, 23 October, promises to offer a window on innovation and trade liberalisation. ...
20 August 2013
View news from Mexico 8.9 Billion Dollars to Go into Mexican Tuberculosis Battle
MEXICO – Authorities have announced an 8.9 million dollar allocation to support work in combatting bovine tuberculosis in the Baja California Sur region....
13 August 2013
View news from Mexico Government Reassures Consumers of Clenbuterol Risk
MEXICO – The Ministry of Agriculture is playing down the risk of clenbuterol poisoning, saying that 94.2 per cent of meat products have tested negative for the substance....
25 July 2013
View news from Mexico Changes in Mexico-U.S. Cattle and Beef Trade Flows
MEXICO - The interaction between Mexico and US beef traders has had an interesting dynamic over the past five years, writes Derrell Pell of Oklahoma State University. Since 2008, Mexico has been buying less US beef and the price in Mexico has been rising...
19 July 2013
View news from Mexico Mexican Beef Imports Increase
MEXICO - Mexican beef imports during April were 10 per cent higher year-on-year, at 14,598 tonnes, with a substantial increase in fresh and chilled beef from the US more than offsetting a small decline in imports from Canada. ...
02 July 2013
View news from Mexico Bi-national Agreement Confirms Three Areas As Low TB Risk
MEXICO – Three regions of Mexico have been highlighted as having low prevalence for bovine Tuberculosis following a bilateral decision between Mexican and US animal health organisations....
25 June 2013
View news from Mexico Changes in US-Mexican Cattle and Beef Trade
US - Mexico has long been a major beef industry trading partner with the U.S. in roles that have continually evolved into deeper and more integrated relationships, writes Derrell S. Peel, Oklahoma State University Extension Livestock Marketing Specialist....
24 June 2013
View news from Mexico Mexico Has Global Influence Due To US Ties
MEXICO - Because of its influence on US cattle supplies and production, Mexico can impact on Australian meat returns, despite it not being a direct competitor with Australia or a top tier export market, write market analysts at Meat and Livestock Australia....
14 June 2013
View news from Mexico Ranchers Benefit From Dominican Interest In Mexican Cattle
MEXICO – Ranchers are profiteering from efforts in the Dominican Republic to strengthen the Dominican cattle herd, with the shipping of more than 100 cattle from the Tebasco and Campeche areas....
07 June 2013
View news from Mexico New Beef Commission To Revolutionise Cattle Farming
MEXICO – For the first time, a single, unified commission will be created to support the productivity and competitiveness of the beef sector, SAGARPA has announced....
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