Tuesday, May 14, 2013


China's lucrative but troubled swine sector
Accounting for over half the world's swine, China's swine sector is faced with years of challenges from scarce contaminated feed, painful consolidation and perverse government policies.
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Queensland's beef industry hard hit by drought in Australia
Queensland's beef producers are in their worst crisis in almost a century as drought and a beef glut takes its toll, with prices as low as during the 1972 crash.
Canada's wheat plantings to hit record high since 2000
Canadian growers are expected to plant their biggest wheat crop in more than a decade and Australian wheat growers can expect some tough competition from Canadian counterparts during the next year.
US beef producers expects surge in demand from Japan
The US Meat Export Federation (USMEF) believes that US exports to Japan in 2013 will increase about 45% to 496 million pounds, topping the US$1 billion mark for the first time since 2003.
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Thailand refutes US shrimp anti-dumping charge with evidence
Thailand may avoid high tariffs on its future shrimp exports to the United States after it produced evidence that it was not involved in dumping practices alleged by the US.
Vietnamese poultry farmers hurt by bird flu virus H7N9 in China
Vietnam's local poultry farmers are suffering losses as prices have slumped over poor consumption brought about by consumers' hesitation to consume chicken, following news reports of the new bird flu virus strain in China.
India's wheat procurement may decline 8% in 2013-14
Due to brisk buying by private traders in Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh and a drop in yields in Punjab and Haryana, India will purchase less wheat in the 2013-14 crop marketing year for its central stocks.
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Higher prices and improved domestic production may dampen Chinese grain imports
Chinese grain imports may fall 17 % this season from the prior period on higher corn prices spurred by US drought and increased domestic production, the United Nations' Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO) said.
Chinese authorities seize 20,000 tonnes of illegal meat products
Since January, Chinese authorities have seized 20,000 tonnes of illegal meat products and solved 382 cases of meat-related crime- primarily the sale of toxic, diseased and counterfeit meat.
Taiwanese authorities arrest feed dealers, pig farmers for illegal additives
Taiwanese investigators have held eight feed dealers and pig farmers on the suspicion of selling and using feed containing illegal additives.
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CP Group accelerates foreign projects to tap strong Thai Baht
Cheap financing costs due to the strength of the Thai baht have driven big Thai companies, especially the CP Group, to accelerate its investment overseas and acquire businesses abroad.
Indonesia's PT Perkasa Agung Sejati opens new feed mill
PT Perkasa Agung Sejati (PAS), the largest feed producer in eastern Indonesia, has begun operations of its new feed mill in Makassar Industrial Estate, south Sulawesi in East Indonesia.
China Mengniu to acquire US$410 million stake in KKR's Modern Dairy
In order to rebuild trust after a series of scandals left local brands' reputations in tatters, China Mengniu Dairy Co Ltd announced to buy a US$410 million stake in China's largest unpasteurised milk producer.
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May 14, 2013: AveSui 2013
May 15, 2013: Pan-American Grain and Oilseed Conference
May 15, 2013: AgriTek Kazakhstan'2013
May 16, 2013: Ethio Poultry Expo
May 18, 2013: China Animal Husbandry Expo (CAHE) 2013
May 21, 2013: Preview: VIV Russia 2013
May 23, 2013: Aquatech Aquaculture Expo Convention Philippines
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China Lysine Weekly: Demand remains sluggish (week ended May 7, 2013)
China Methionine Weekly: Broiler price rebound fails to strengthen methionine market (week ended May 7, 2013)
China Corn Weekly: Weak trends prevail (week ended May 3, 2013)
China Soymeal Weekly: Prices consolidate higher in consumption regions (week ended May 3, 2013)
China Rapeseed Meal Weekly: Prices flat on light trade (week ended May 3, 2013)
China Fishmeal Weekly: Decimated sales, lower costs drag down prices (week ended May 9, 2013)
China Whey Weekly: Prices stay flat (week ended May 5, 2013)
China Broiler Weekly: Industry shows signs of recovery (week ended May 7, 2013)
Local soy and soymeal prices dip, following Chicago price decrease (week ended May 1, 2013)
Philippine Feed Weekly: Feed prices unchanged as corn exports begin (week ended Apr 25, 2013)
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Plasma levels of TNF-alpha, IFN-gamma, IL-4 and IL-10 during a course of experimental contagious bovine pleuropneumonia
The comparative studies suggested that high TNF-alpha levels are correlated with more severe pathology in concomitance with high IFN-gamma levels.

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