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Tuesday, March 9, 2004
Australian Live Cattle Exports Fall In January
March 9, 2004 Australian Live Cattle Exports Fall In January Australian exports of both live sheep and live cattle fell significantly in January as a result of weak export markets, figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (AB ...
Friday, March 5, 2004
Australian Cattle Prices Up On High Export Demand
March 5, 2004 Australian Cattle Prices Up On High Export Demand Cattle prices in Australia rose significantly after a three-week fall following an increase in export demand, marketing concern Meat & Livestock Australia Ltd. reported Friday. ...
Friday, March 5, 2004
Canada, Mexico To Discuss Resuming Live Cattle Trade
March 5, 2004 Canada, Mexico To Discuss Resuming Live Cattle Trade   Canada are keen to resume the live cattle trade with Mexico following the latter lifting its ban on US beef. Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives Minister Rosa ...
Friday, March 5, 2004
USDA Says Cattle Tagging Not Compulsory
March 5, 2004 USDA Says Cattle Tagging Not Compulsory A new identification program for U.S. livestock intended to quickly find animals suspected of having mad cow disease or other illnesses should not be mandatory, a U.S. Department of Agri ...
Friday, March 5, 2004
US To Consider Resuming Live Canadian Cattle Imports
March 5, 2004 US To Consider Resuming Live Canadian Cattle Imports   The United States is to begin a series of public consultations on whether to reopen the border to live Canadian cattle, Canada's Global National News reported Thursday.   ...
Tuesday, March 2, 2004
Japan Calls for US Government Involvement In Cattle Testing
March 2, 2004 Japan Calls for US Government Involvement In Cattle Testing Japanese officials have called for the US government involvement in mad cow disease testing before resuming US beef imports to Japan. Mamoru Ishihara, vice minister o ...
Monday, March 1, 2004
Canada Ready To Relax Ban US Feeder Cattle Imports
March 1, 2004 Canada Ready To Relax Ban US Feeder Cattle Imports Canada is set to decide next week whether to change the rules that prevent imports of U.S. feeder cattle to Western Canada for part of the year, a veterinary official said on ...
Friday, February 27, 2004
US Feedlots Limit Feeder Cattle Purchase
February 27, 2004 US Feedlots Limit Feeder Cattle Purchase US feedlots have limited their purchases of feeder cattle on detection of mad cow disease in January. During January, cattle placements fell 16% (or 34,000 head) to 1.75 million hea ...
Wednesday, February 25, 2004
US Ban On Canada Cattle Seen To Last Till Late 2004
February 25, 2004 US Ban On Canada Cattle Seen To Last Till Late 2004   The United States' ban on live Canadian cattle is expected to last until at least the fourth quarter of 2004, according to a U.S. analyst speaking at the Canadian Wheat ...
Wednesday, February 25, 2004
Australian 2004 Cattle Inventories To Grow 2%
February 25, 2004 Australian 2004 Cattle Inventories To Grow 2% Australia's livestock industries are forecast to continue a recovery phase as more normal weather improves pasture conditions and boosts fodder reserves. A large winter grain c ...
Wednesday, February 25, 2004
US To Re-open Border To Canadian Cattle
February 25, 2004 US To Re-open Border To Canadian Cattle   U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman said Tuesday the department is now reviewing an earlier- proposed rule to allow live Canadian cattle into the U.S. and it may m ...
Friday, February 20, 2004
USDA May Increase Cattle Testing Beyond 40,000 Animals
February 20, 2004 USDA May Increase Cattle Testing Beyond 40,000 Animals The United States may increase testing of cattle for mad cow disease beyond the 40,000 animals it planned to sample in 2004, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman sai ...
Friday, February 20, 2004
Australian Cattle Markets Hit By Rising Australian Dollar and Falling Japanese Prices
February 20, 2004 Australian Cattle Markets Hit By Rising Australian Dollar and Falling Japanese Prices The slump in Australian cattle markets stem from rising Australian dollar coupled with falling Japanese prices.   With US grainfed beef ...
Thursday, February 19, 2004
Bird Flu Suspected Cause Of Cattle Deaths In Thailand
February 19, 2004 Bird Flu Suspected Cause Of Cattle Deaths In Thailand Thai authorities have ordered an urgent investigation into cattle deaths over fears that they may have been infected with the bird flu virus, an official said on Thursd ...
Wednesday, February 18, 2004
Australian Cattle Declared TB Free
February 18, 2004 Australian Cattle Declared TB Free Australian cattle have been declared free from tuberculosis in 2003 for the first time following a grueling series of seventy-six thousand tests conducted on livestock. The Northern Terri ...

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