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16 March 2012
View news from Mexico Drought Sees Imports Increase, Liquidation Continue
MEXICO - The drought that is affecting the Southern Plains extends into central Mexico. Oklahoma State University Extension Livestock Marketing Specialist Derrell Peel says dry conditions are significantly impacting their cattle industry and may support...
12 March 2012
View news from Mexico Mexico to Increase Beef Export to Japan
MEXICO & JAPAN - Japan will allow larger quantities of Mexican beef to be imported at a reduced tariff rate, under the revised Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA). The amendment to the current EPA protocols will come into force from 1 April 2012....
05 March 2012
View news from Mexico Gov't Supports Grazing Project to Mitigate Drought
MEXICO - To contribute to the restoration and conservation of rangelands in the states affected by drought, the federal government has allocated 562 million pesos to a strategic grazing project for 2012, which was launched to support producers and improve...
29 February 2012
View news from Mexico Mexican Meat Exports Increased by 41 per Cent
MEXICO - Last year, Japan ranked as the main buyer of Mexican meat, with 78,292 tonnes, followed the US, with 66,463, Russia with 28,541, and Korea with 16,217. ...
27 February 2012
View news from Mexico Livestock Production Grew by 7.8% in Six Years
MEXICO - The production of livestock products (poultry, turkey, swine, cattle, sheep, goat) in Mexico grew 7.8 per cent, from 17,596,000 in 2006 to 18,972,000 tonnes in 2011, reported the Information Food and Fisheries Service (SIAP). ...
09 February 2012
View news from Mexico Mexican Beef Exports to Russia Increase
MEXICO - The export of beef and horses from Mexico to Russia increased more than sevenfold, from 3,848 tons in 2010 to 28,541 in 2011, according to the National Health Service, Food Safety and Food Quality (SENASICA)....
07 February 2012
View news from Mexico Mexico Seeks Link Between Cattle Deaths & Poultry Litter
ANALYSIS - Urea toxicity has been blamed for the deaths of 600 cattle in Mexico lately but there could be another explanation, writes TheCattleSite senior editor, Jackie Linden....
View news from Mexico Livestock Death by Manure Poisoning says Sagarpa
MEXICO - SAGARPA has confirmed that the death of livestock in Actopan was due to poisoning from poultry manure....
23 January 2012
View news from Mexico US Beef Imports Increase from Mexico
MEXICO - US beef imports from Mexico have at least doubled in each of the last two years, continuing an upward trend that began in 2003....
02 December 2011
View news from Mexico Emerging Growth Market To Host FIGAP/VIV Mexico
MEXICO - Mexico is experiencing an increase in wealth, which has a direct result on meat consumption and corresponds to a growing demand for feed and related products and services, according to show organisers, VIV, ahead of the FIGAP/VIV Mexico event...
30 November 2011
View news from Mexico Beef Exports To Exceed 100,000 Tonnes
MEXICO - It is likely that exports of beef this year will exceed 100,000 tonnes, which confirms that Mexican companies are demonstrating their ability to work together and attend international markets with the support of the Federal Government, commented...
11 November 2011
View news from Mexico Steady Livestock Growth Over Past 10 Years
MEXICO - Primary-livestock activities have the highest average annual growth over the past 10 years, at a rate of 3.6 per cent annually, exceeding the growth of human population of the country. This was the message at the Eighth National Meeting of Livestock....
26 October 2011
View news from Mexico Dutch Road Show On Animal Production In Mexico
MEXICO - From 25 September until 2 October, VIV Worldwide organised a Dutch Road Show about animal production in Mexico. ...
12 October 2011
View news from Mexico Agriculture Protected Against Climate Change
MEXICO - Mexico hosts the the Second International Forum: 'Risk Management in Agriculture and Livestock industries, Climate Change, Food Safety and Competitive Development'. Here, climate change's effects on agriculture, livestock and fisheries will be...
07 October 2011
View news from Mexico Care For Those Affected By Climatic Disasters
MEXICO - The Secretary of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (SAGARPA), Francisco Mayorga Castañeda, and the Governor of Baja California Sur (BSC), Mark Covarrubias Villaseñor, held a working meeting to define actions in the...
20 September 2011
View news from Mexico Record Export Of Calves in 2010-2011 Cycle
MEXICO - In the 2010-2011 cycle of live cattle exports to the US, Mexico reached a record 1,378,525 calves for fattening, which exceeds the 1.1 million sold last season. ...
08 September 2011
View news from Mexico USMEF Publishes Export Guidelines For Mexico
MEXICO and US - A comprehensive set of guidelines for managing and expediting the export of red meat products to Mexico has been developed by the US Meat Export Federation (USMEF). ...
24 August 2011
View news from Mexico Bachoco Acquires Further Processed Meats Plant
MEXICO - Industrias Bachoco has acquires a further processed meats facility Trosi de Carnes in northern Mexico....
View news from Mexico Exports Of Beef Products Doubled
MEXICO - From January to July 2011, exports of beef products recorded an accumulated 59,026 tonnes, almost double the exports in the same period last year (29,645 tonnes), according to the National Health Service, Safety and Food Quality (SENASA)....
01 July 2011
View news from Mexico MAP and FMD Funds Grow Mexican DDGS Market
MEXICO - Over the past five years, Mexico’s imports of US distiller’s dried grains with solubles (DDGS) have grown from 360,000 metric tons in 2006 to just over1.6 million tons in 2010. With the support of Market Access Program (MAP) and Foreign Market...
21 March 2011
View news from Mexico Opportunities For DDGS Sales To Mexico
MEXICO - The cattle industry in Mexico’s southern states of Veracruz, Tabasco and Chiapas has millions of dual-purpose (milk and meat) cattle, making it a market of interest for distiller’s dried grains with solubles (DDGS), reports Julio Hernandez,...
22 October 2010
View news from Mexico Figap/VIV America Latina in Full Swing
MEXICO – The first edition of Figap/VIV America Latina launched on Thursday, in Guadalajara, with a truly international expo hall, writes Chris Wright, Editor of ElSitioAvícola....
View news from Mexico Mexican Dairy Sector: Improving Performance
MEXICO - The expanding Mexican dairy sector offers opportunities for investments on improving the performance of the large semi-specialised and dual-purpose cow farmers. ...
11 August 2010
View news from Mexico Duties End On Imported US Beef And Veal
MEXICO - Mexico has announced an end to countervailing duties on US beef and veal – duties that have been in place since 2000....
30 June 2010
View news from Mexico Mexico Makes Meat Imports Easier
MEXICO - Mexico has introduced a 'Reliable Importer Programme' to improve procedures for imports of for meat and poultry from the US....
05 May 2010
View news from Mexico TRQ for Beef Products under Mexico-Japan Deal
MEXICO - The Government has set tariffs and volumes for imports of beef and poultry meat from Japan for the coming year to March 2011, according to the latest GAIN report from the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service....
16 March 2010
View news from Mexico Feed Manual To Be Launched At Cancun Congress
MEXICO - For the first time, the feed industry has developed an international feed manual that focuses on the issues of feed and food safety. ...
04 March 2010
View news from Mexico Cancun Congress To Highlight World Livestock Report
MEXICO - Insights into a newly published report on the world livestock sector will be presented in April to the Global Feed & Food Congress being held in Cancun....
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