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Tuesday, January 20, 2004
Japan To Ban Indonesian Shrimps Raised On Antibiotics
January 20, 2004 Japan To Ban Indonesian Shrimps Raised On Antibiotics With effect from this year, Indonesian shrimp exports to Japan must be guaranteed antibiotics-free.  Muhammad Ramli of PT Bosowa Dataran, a shrimp producer, said Indones ...
Tuesday, January 20, 2004
Indonesia Sells 1,500 MT Of Palm Oil
January 20, 2004 Indonesia Sells 1,500 MT Of Palm Oil Indonesia sold 1,500 metric tons of crude palm oil at a semiweekly government auction Tuesday, said an official from PT Perkebunan Nusantara, the agency that sells palm oil from state-ru ...
Friday, January 16, 2004
Indonesian Shrimp Exports To US May See 100% Increase
January 16, 2004 Indonesian Shrimp Exports To US May See 100% Increase Shrimp exports to the United States may see 100% increase after the United States dropped charges of shrimp dumping, Indonesia's Marine and Fishery Minister Rokhmin Dahu ...
Friday, January 16, 2004
Indonesia Bans Poultry Imports Amid Bird Flu Concerns
January 16, 2004 Indonesia Bans Poultry Imports Amid Bird Flu Concerns Indonesia has announced ban of poultry imports from bird flu affected regions in Asia. The ban applies to imports of poultry as well as products containing poultry from ...
Wednesday, January 14, 2004
Indonesia Bird Flu Free
January 14, 2004 Indonesia Bird Flu Free The Indonesian government assured its people the country is free from the recent bird flu outbreak, as poultry were not imported from the affected regions. "We are not importing chickens from Vietnam ...
Thursday, January 8, 2004
Indonesia Sells 1,500 MT Of Palm Oil
January 8, 2004 Indonesia Sells 1,500 MT Of Palm Oil Indonesia sold 1,500 metric tons of crude palm oil at a semiweekly government auction Thursday, said an official from PT Perkebunan Nusantara, the agency that sells palm oil from state-ru ...
Wednesday, January 7, 2004
Malaysian Company Will Import 11,000 Goats From Indonesia
January 7, 2004 Malaysian Company Will Import 11,000 Goats From Indonesia A Malaysian company, Livestock and Food Sdn Bhd, will import 11,000 goats from Indonesia to meet supply shortage in the country, a government official said. Shipment ...
Monday, January 5, 2004
Australian Cattle Sales To Indonesia Expected To Stay Strong
January 5, 2004 Australian Cattle Sales To Indonesia Expected To Stay Strong Australian live cattle exporters from the Northern Territory (NT) are expecting sales to Indonesia to stay strong in 2004, despite a recent fall in numbers. In the ...
Friday, January 2, 2004
Indonesia Targets 9.6 Tons Fish Output By 2006
January 2, 2004 Indonesia Targets 9.6 Tons Fish Output By 2006 The Indonesian Minister for Marine Resources and Fisheries Rokhmin Dahuri said the National Development Program for Marine Resources and Fisheries (Gerbang Mina Bahari) should r ...
Tuesday, December 30, 2003
Stringent Beef Checks At Indonesian Ports
December 30, 2003 Stringent Beef Checks At Indonesian Ports Indonesian customs is conducting more stringent checks on beef and beef by-products imports following the mad cow case in the United States, a spokesman said. "We are working close ...
Monday, December 29, 2003
Indonesia Orders Recall of US Beef and By-Products
December 29, 2003 Indonesia Orders Recall of US Beef and By-Products Indonesia's Food and Drug Monitoring Agency (BPOM) has called on the country's importers, distributors and retailers to recall beef and its byproducts imported from the Un ...
Friday, December 26, 2003
Indonesia Bans US Beef Imports
December 26, 2003 Indonesia Bans US Beef Imports Indonesia has temporarily imposed a ban on cattle products, with the exception of dairy goods, from the United States, an Agriculture Ministry official Bachtiar Moerad announced today. "Impor ...
Thursday, December 18, 2003
Newcastle Disease Paralyzed Poultry Industry in Certain Parts of Indonesia
December 18, 2003 Newcastle Disease Paralyzed Poultry Industry in Certain Parts of Indonesia An outbreak of Newcastle disease has paralyzed the poultry industry in Sleman and Kulonprogo in Indonesia. Hundreds of poultry farmers in the area ...
Tuesday, December 16, 2003
Indonesia 2003 Soybean Imports To Fall 9%
December 16, 2003 Indonesia 2003 Soybean Imports To Fall 9% Indonesia's 2003 soybean imports are projected to fall nearly 9% to 1.25 million tons amid weak demand and the end of a U.S. farm credit guarantee programme, a key industry body sa ...
Friday, December 5, 2003
Mysterious Chicken Virus Attack in Indonesia
December 05, 2003 Mysterious Chicken Virus Attack in Indonesia   In the past few days, thousands of chicken died of being attacked by mysterious virus in Sentolo district, the Yogyakarta regency of Kulonprogo in Indonesia. Poniman, a poultr ...

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