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A modern miracle: How Chinese feed milling changed global agribusiness
• Its feed sector lifted China from 10kg of per capita meat consumption in the 1970s to eating 55% more red meat than Japanese today
• Government intervention played a key role in this success story
• Demand for imported inputs led to feed crop hyperinflation, high food prices
• China disproved that meat consumption is proportional to consumer incomes –even at low income levels, all you need is rapidly expanding feed supplies
A tapering off and diversification of China's beef boom
• China's massive ramping up of beef imports has tapered out.
Thursday, December 31, 2015
A pause in China's dairy sector recovery
High feed costs, low milk prices and odd WMP market behavior extinguishes a three year dairy market boom. A strong recovery is around the corner, but not for imports.
Monday, December 07, 2015
Has China's swine sector stopped growing?
Not really. Instead of stimulating China's vast hog industry, the country's rising pork demand is starting to boost the fortunes of leading exporters.
Wednesday, October 21, 2015
A lost decade for China's broiler sector
Once hailed as the country's most promising livestock line, it is being unseated by Brazil as the world's second largest poultry producer, and looks set to slump further.
Thursday, August 27, 2015
Hot Topics - China
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A somber new year for China's livestock sector
China's feed industry: A shift in emphasis from quantity to quality
Is the fishmeal market about to stabilise?
Paying the price for a bad reputation: Analysing China's paradoxically low chicken consumption
Milk, creative destruction, and a better tomorrow
Price crash postponed: The world dairy market's China surprise
A good year for China's swine sector
Chinese poultry's year from Hell
Chinese feed & livestock: A remarkable achievement and an unfinished story
Global Grain & Oilseed Markets
China's intimidating, world changing corn stockpile
Once rapid feed demand growth has stalled and bloated inventories hang over an otherwise balanced world corn market.
A postponed feed crop market recovery
Bumper US crop harvests and a whopping upward adjustment in Chinese corn inventories portend another year of low feed crop prices ahead.
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