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World fishmeal markets dodge their worst-case scenario
This year's El Nino, though heaty, raised coastal South American temperatures by less than expected. Along with an unexpectedly strong Nordic fishmeal production and slack Chinese demand, this should keep prices in check.
Good chicken in a bad neighborhood: The Turkish broiler sector's year from Hell
First the country that buys 50% of its broilers boosts import tariffs, then H5N1 breaks out. Just when everything appears to be under control, terror attacks paralyze shipments.
Monday, November 02, 2015
New Zealand's dairy sector learns to live off its fat
Dairy powders both fueled an export boom and lead a wrenching two year market crash. Accounting for a minority of output, fatty products like butter and cheese held up well during the downturn.
Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Australian beef: Kind markets, cruel nature and a dairy driven bump in output
A dairy market downturn is giving Australia's beef trade a temporary boost but to take full advantage of growing Asian demand,it needs a return to rainy conditions.
Monday, October 05, 2015
Aquaculture's long boom ends amid rising resistance from man and nature
Pathogens, food safety concerns and resource shortages are limiting aquaculture's ability to expand. New frontier producers are required and sea food marketing strategies need to be revised.
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
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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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