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FEED Business Worldwide - August 2007Editorial Calendar 2018
Inflation, imports or adaptation: Asian hog farmers examine their options
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Asia's demand for pork is overtaking the supply of hogs needed to produce it. To make matters worse, each solution carries a heavy price. If demand is allowed to outrun supply, prices skyrocket, as they have in China this year. On the other hand, allowing in imported pork can have a devastating effect on domestic hog production. Creating a domestic, supply side solution to insufficient pork supplies requires intelligent cooperation between the private hog producers and government policymakers. We survey what three Asian countries are doing to increase their supplies of scarce swine.

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Editorial Lineup for  
LIVESTOCK & FEED Business Worldwide - December 2018


View Point:
  • Antibiotic-free meat / immune health issues 
 
Markets:
  • Antibiotic-free meat (trends, market and regulations)

 
China:
  • China Industry News 

  • Feed Additives

  • Animal Health
     
Technical:
  • Immune health

     - Industry Overview

     - DSM

     - Kemin
 
Company:
  • Lallemand

  • Chr Hansen
 
Agri-Tech:
  • Evonik 
 
Events:


  • To be advised
 
Events Calendar:


  • Agrilivestock Myanmar

  • International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE)

  • VIV Asia 2019
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