Monday, September 8, 2003
Imports of Beef and Pork to Hong Kong Expected to Increase Moderately;Imports of Chilled Pork from Thailand Expected to Decrease
September 8, 2003 Imports of Beef and Pork to Hong Kong Expected to Increase Moderately;Imports of Chilled Pork from Thailand Expected to Decrease Imports of beef and pork to Hong Kong from all sources, excluding re-exports to China, are ex ...
Friday, September 5, 2003
Canada and U.S. Establish Beef Export Rules
September 5, 2003 Canada and U.S. Establish Beef Export Rules Canada and the United States have agreed on details about how Canadian slaughter plants can process boneless beef from young cattle for export, beef industry officials said on Se ...
Friday, September 5, 2003
Uruguay Postpones Imports of Argentine Beef
September 5, 2003 Uruguay Postpones Imports of Argentine Beef  On Sept 4, Uruguay suspended the import of meat from Argentina after suspected cases of the foot-and-mouth virus in Argentina's northern province of Salta. Health officials in P ...
Friday, September 5, 2003
Cattle & Beef Production in Turkey Decreases
September 5, 2003 Cattle & Beef Production in Turkey Decreases Turkey's cattle numbers and beef and veal production continue to decline even though domestic demand has increased, resulting in high meat prices, according to a U.S. Department ...
Thursday, September 4, 2003
Australia's Beef Exports to Japan Decline
September 4, 2003 Australia's Beef Exports to Japan Decline Australia's beef exports to Japan declined 15% in August compared to July, with 21,264 tons shipped. Chilled beef amounted to 11,848 tons while 9,416 tons of frozen product were sh ...
Thursday, September 4, 2003
Hong Kong Imports Of Beef, Pork Seen Up In 2003
September 4, 2003 Hong Kong Imports Of Beef, Pork Seen Up In 2003  Imports of beef and pork to Hong Kong from all sources, excluding re-exports to China, are expected to increase moderately by 3% and 2% respectively for 2003, according to i ...
Wednesday, September 3, 2003
Cargill Donates 200,000 Lbs Of Beef To Canadian Food Banks
September 3, 2003 Cargill Donates 200,000 Lbs Of Beef To Canadian Food Banks Cargill Foods's beef processing facility in High River, Alberta, has provided 200,000 pounds of regular ground beef to the Canadian Association of Food Banks (CAFB ...
Tuesday, September 2, 2003
Tainted Beef Products in England's Windsor Caused Meat-Related Sickness
September 2, 2003 Tainted Beef Products in England's Windsor Caused Meat-Related Sickness Public-health officials from the Windsor-Essex health unit are investigating the epidemiological links among 56 people from Windsor, who reported stom ...
Monday, September 1, 2003
USDA Mulls Opening Border To More Canada Packers
September 1, 2003 USDA Mulls Opening Border To More Canada Packers   The U.S. Department of Agriculture is considering allowing in Canadian boneless beef from a wider variety of processors than just those that only slaughter cattle under 30 ...
Monday, September 1, 2003
Several Months before US to Allow in Live Canada Cattle
September 1, 2003 Several Months before US to Allow in Live Canada Cattle It will take at least "several months" for the U.S. Department of Agriculture to open up the U.S. border to live Canadian cattle, USDA Undersecretary Bill Hawks said ...
Monday, September 1, 2003
Tariff on Beef and Pork in Russia Expected to Reduce Trade Opportunities in 2004
September 1, 2003 Tariff on Beef and Pork in Russia Expected to Reduce Trade Opportunities in 2004 Increasing investment and higher efficiency in the Russian pork sector is expected to continue to boost production growth in the medium term. ...
Thursday, August 28, 2003
USDA Will Begin Issuing Canada Beef Permits on 29th August
August 28, 2003 USDA Will Begin Issuing Canada Beef Permits on 29th August                The U.S. Department of Agriculture will begin issuing permits to allow in Canadian boneless boxed beef derived from cattle slaughtered before they rea ...
Wednesday, August 20, 2003
Two Caribbean Nations To Open Borders To Canadian Beef
August 20, 2003 Two Caribbean Nations To Open Borders To Canadian Beef Two Caribbean countries have agreed to re-open their borders to Canadian beef in the coming weeks, a move exporters hope will have a domino effect on other countries in ...
Wednesday, August 20, 2003
USDA Wants Stronger Surveillance For BSE On US Farms
August 20, 2003 USDA Wants Stronger Surveillance For BSE On US Farms The U.S. Department of Agriculture wants to expand its testing authority for bovine spongiform encephalopathy to include sick and dying animals on the farm so diseased mea ...
Monday, August 18, 2003
Australian Cattle Market: Prices Slip As Supply Increases
August 18, 2003 Australian Cattle Market: Prices Slip As Supply Increases Prices for major cattle types in Australian saleyards settled lower last week, undermined by increased offerings, marketing concern Meat & Livestock Australia Ltd. re ...

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