Thursday, February 15, 2024
Around 13,000 chickens in Kagoshima, Japan, put down following detection of bird flu
The prefectural government of Kagoshima, Japan, announced on February 11 that around 13,000 chickens in Minami-Satsuma were culled after DNA testing found cases of the highly pathogenic avian influenza at a poultry farm that raises chickens ...
Wednesday, February 14, 2024
World's pork output to slow down, according to Rabobank's Q1 2024 report
Global pork production will slow down as key regions face contraction in sow herds, early indications showed, stated Rabobank's Global Pork Quarterly Q1 2024 report.
Tuesday, February 13, 2024
Brazil's crop outlooks revised downward by CONAB, impacting global markets
Brazil's agricultural authority CONAB has revised its projections for soybean and corn production, indicating potential challenges ahead for the country's agricultural sector, Brownfield Ag News reported.
Tuesday, February 13, 2024
Iowa, US pork producers grapple with worst financial downturn in decades
Last year marked the most severe financial downturn in 25 years for Iowa and US pork producers, with soaring costs surpassing the prices received for livestock, Des Moines Register reported.
Wednesday, January 24, 2024
Fourth straight year of downtrend expected for Egypt's wheat imports
Egypt's wheat imports are set to decline for a fourth year in a row.
Tuesday, January 16, 2024
USDA forecasts changes in 2024 meat production, beef on a downward trend
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is indicating a shift in the country's meat production landscape for 2024, particularly with a projection of reduced beef production, Brownfield Ag News reported.
Friday, January 12, 2024
Brazil's CONAB adjusts downward soybean and corn production projections
Brazil's National Supply Company (CONAB), the equivalent of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), has revised its outlook downwards for soybean and corn production, attributing the month-to-month reductions to adverse weather ...
Thursday, January 11, 2024
Potential rebound for wheat supplies in 2024 following years of downtrend
Supplies of wheat look set to rebound in 2024 after four straight years of declines, according to Gro Intelligence's machine learning-based forecast models.
Thursday, January 4, 2024
StoneX revises down Brazil's soybean crop forecast for 2023/24 amid lack of rain
Agribusiness consultancy StoneX has revised its estimate for Brazil's soybean crop in the 2023/24 season from 161.9 million tonnes to 152.8 million tonnes, citing a lack of rain in crucial agricultural regions, XM reported.
Thursday, January 4, 2024
US chicken producers sue Tyson following shutdown of Missouri plant
A group of chicken producers of Tyson Foods' former Dexter, Missouri, US processing plant claims Tyson breached their contracts when it shut down the site.
Tuesday, January 2, 2024
Indonesian startup expands into poultry downstream industry
Indonesian quick-commerce startup Dropezy has expanded its operations into the poultry downstream industry and rebranded itself as Sekilo, driven by a commitment to adapt to market demands and explore new opportunities in the meat processin ...
Tuesday, January 2, 2024
Iran's red meat output down 30% during October 23 - November 21, 2023 period
Iran's production of red meat stood at 37,147 tonnes in the eighth month of the current Iranian calendar year (October 23-November 21, 2023), showing a 30% fall compared to the same month in the past year, the Statistical Center of Iran (SC ...
Thursday, December 21, 2023
FrieslandCampina to cut down 1,800 jobs worldwide as part of cost reduction
FrieslandCampina intends to lower costs by reducing over 1,800 jobs worldwide over the next two years, of which around 1,200 jobs will be cut down in 2024.
Wednesday, December 20, 2023
New Zealand's weaker export revenue of dairy, meat expected to drag down overall export revenue
New Zealand's food and fibre export revenue will likely drop 5% in the current financial year, the country's Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) predicted.
Tuesday, December 19, 2023
US soybean exports face slowdown despite demand
Recent figures from the United States Department of Agriculture revealed a notable decline in soybean export inspections, reaching a 10-week low of 984,410 metric tonnes for the week ended December 7, 2023, Reuters reported.

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