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Tuesday, December 9, 2003
UK Sow Market Knocked By Falling EU Pig Prices
December 9, 2003 UK Sow Market Knocked By Falling EU Pig Prices   Decreasing EU pig prices have knocked the cull sow market in UK, and in just 3 weeks, prices dropped by 8p/kg. EU traders lowered their bids significantly last week (w/e Dece ...
Wednesday, December 3, 2003
Japanese Impressed By UK Pig Production
December 03, 2003 Japanese Impressed By UK Pig Production   UK pig production impressed a group of 15 Japanese producers, agents and advisers who recently completed a study tour hosted by JSR Genetics. The group, comprising members of The J ...
Tuesday, December 2, 2003
UK's National Farmers' Union Won Legal Action Against French Ban on British Beef
December 02, 2003 UK's National Farmers' Union Won Legal Action Against French Ban on British Beef   The Britain National Farmers' Union (NFU) has won its legal action against the French ban on British beef after four years of legal wrangli ...
Tuesday, December 2, 2003
Northern Ireland Exported Pigs To Ukraine
December 02, 2003 Northern Ireland Exported Pigs To Ukraine   Northern Ireland pig breeder (and NPA board member) Robert Overend last week exported 128 Deepark Herd Large Whites to the Ukraine. The shipment, which included 22 boars, is a fi ...
Tuesday, December 2, 2003
UK Pig Prices Tumble Due To Over Supply
December 02, 2003 UK Pig Prices Tumble Due To Over Supply   Spot pig prices took a tumble at the end of last week in the United Kingdom (w/e November 28), with the leg market in particular being over supplied by imports. EU pig values have ...
Tuesday, December 2, 2003
Move To Wipe Out Factory Farming of Chickens in UK Failed
December 02, 2003 Move To Wipe Out Factory Farming of Chickens in UK Failed   A legal move that would have wiped out the factory farming of chickens in the UK failed at the high court last Thursday. Compassion in World Farming (CIWF) challe ...
Monday, December 1, 2003
Reintroduction of Over 30-Month Beef In UK Faces Delay
December 01, 2003 Reintroduction of Over 30-Month Beef In UK Faces Delay   Reintroduction of over 30-month beef to the food chain in the United Kingdom faces a delay until autumn 2004. This leaves little time to get the system up and runnin ...
Monday, December 1, 2003
UK Beef Prices Broke 200p/kg Deadweight Barrier Since BSE Exports Ban
December 01, 2003 UK Beef Prices Broke 200p/kg Deadweight Barrier Since BSE Exports Ban   Beef prices in the United Kingdom have broken the 200p/kg deadweight barrier for the first time since exports were banned during BSE. Scottish abattoi ...
Monday, December 1, 2003
UK Beef Industry Face Market Uncertainty in 2004
December 01, 2003 UK Beef Industry Face Market Uncertainty in 2004 With the local meat plants gearing up for the Christmas market over the coming fortnight in the United Kingdom, the prospects for beef prices, at least in the short term, se ...
Thursday, November 27, 2003
UK Negotiate With China for Exports of Pig Products
November 27, 2003 UK Negotiate With China for Exports of Pig Products   The UK's Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs officials has visited China to begin the process of negotiating a health certificate for exports of pigmeat, ...
Thursday, November 27, 2003
Feed Prices In UK May Rise Further If New Legislation Banning The Feeding of Co- And By-Products Is Approved
November 27, 2003 Feed Prices In UK May Rise Further If New Legislation Banning The Feeding of Co- And By-Products Is Approved   Livestock producers' feed costs could rise even further in the United Kingdom if new legislation banning the fe ...
Tuesday, November 25, 2003
Illegal Meat Trade May Inflict On Meat Industry in Wales, UK
November 25, 2003 Illegal Meat Trade May Inflict On Meat Industry in Wales, UK The illegal meat trade could have serious long-term implications for Welsh farming in the United Kingdom, a conference in Cardiff has been told. Mafia-like crimi ...
Monday, November 17, 2003
UK's Feed Prices Rise May Hit Swine Industry
November 17, 2003 UK's Feed Prices Rise May Hit Swine Industry   The United Kingdom Ulster Farmers' Union Pigs Committee chairman Nial Jordan has told Farming life that feed prices are likely to rise by as much as 10 sterling pound per ton ...
Friday, November 14, 2003
UK Farm Producers Unite To Protest Poor Milk Prices & Misleading Food Labels
November 24, 2003 USDA Report: Both October Cattle Marketings And Placements Surprise Despite higher-than-expected October placements, most analysts think futures prices will react positively to Friday afternoon's U.S. Department of Agricul ...
Friday, November 14, 2003
USDA To Offer Export Credit Package To Help Ukraine Wheat Imports
November 12, 2003 USDA To Offer Export Credit Package To Help Ukraine Wheat Imports The U.S. Department of Agriculture may offer Ukraine wheat imports this year to offset recent poor growing conditions, an export credit guarantee package to ...

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