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Friday, February 13, 2004
Australian Cattle Market Prices Fall On Strong AUD
February 13, 2004 Australian Cattle Market Prices Fall On Strong AUD Australian cattle prices fell again this week, extending last week's decline as a result of weaker demand from exporters due to the strong Australian dollar, marketing con ...
Friday, February 13, 2004
Australian Live Sheep and Cattle Shipment Rejected By Israel
February 13, 2004 Australian Live Sheep and Cattle Shipment Rejected By Israel A shipment of Australian live sheep and cattle was rejected by Israel. WA-based Wellard Rural Exports was in the process of loading 5000 sheep and 1500 bulls ear ...
Friday, February 6, 2004
Australian Cattle Prices Down As Supply Increase
February 6, 2004 Australian Cattle Prices Down As Supply Increase Australian cattle prices fell this week as a result of increased supplies in southeast Australia, marketing concern Meat & Livestock Australia Ltd. reported Friday. The price ...
Friday, February 6, 2004
Australian Cattle On Feed Numbers To Increase
February 6, 2004 Australian Cattle On Feed Numbers To Increase The number of cattle in Australian feedlots rose in the fourth quarter of 2003 under normal seasonal influences but is expected to surge in the current quarter, reflecting the i ...
Thursday, February 5, 2004
US Cattle Group Says BSE Panel BSE Report Inaccurate
February 5, 2004 US Cattle Group Says BSE Panel BSE Report Inaccurate The National Cattlemen's Beef Association said that the international BSE panel's report on mad cow disease in North America is inaccurate as it fails to take into accoun ...
Tuesday, February 3, 2004
US Cattle Herd Numbers Lowest Since 1959
February 3, 2004 US Cattle Herd Numbers Lowest Since 1959 Cattle herd numbers in United States have fallen to the lowest level since 1959, a U.S. report showed on Friday, with few signs showing that ranchers are rebuilding their herds. The ...
Wednesday, January 14, 2004
US Soybean Prices Sharply Higher On Cattle Waste Ban Speculation
January 14, 2004 US Soybean Prices Sharply Higher On Cattle Waste Ban Speculation Speculation that the Food and Drug Administration will tighten its ban on use of cattle remains in livestock feed has spurred U.S. soybean prices to end sharp ...
Monday, January 12, 2004
Low Cattle Prices in US to Persist Due to Mad Cow Disease
January 12, 2004 Low Cattle Prices in US to Persist Due to Mad Cow Disease Low cattle prices in the United States will persist as a result of the U.S. mad cow incident, despite Americans' unwavering appetite for beef. The U.S. response to m ...
Thursday, January 8, 2004
Australia Cattle Council Supports Tougher Regulation On Live Exports
January 8, 2004 Australia Cattle Council Supports Tougher Regulation On Live Exports The Cattle Council of Australia today supported a report recommending tougher regulation of the live animal export trade. Council president Keith Adams sai ...
Thursday, January 8, 2004
USDA Approves eMerge's CattleLog System As A Process Verified Program In Animal Tracking
January 8, 2004 USDA Approves eMerge's CattleLog System As A Process Verified Program In Animal Tracking The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) approved technology company eMerge Interactive, Inc. attleLog(TM) system as a Proces ...
Wednesday, January 7, 2004
Australia Cattle Feedlots Wary To Commit To Japan
January 07, 2004 Australia Cattle Feedlots Wary To Commit To Japan Australian feedlot operators have spare capacity but will need plenty of commercial incentive to lift the number of cattle on feed in the wake of the discovery in the U.S. o ...
Wednesday, January 7, 2004
Australian Cattle Prices Surge in Mad Cow Aftermath
January 07, 2004 Australian Cattle Prices Surge in Mad Cow Aftermath Prices of specific types of cattle in Australia surged following the discovery of mad cow disease in the U.S. But prices for some other types of cattle haven't changed or ...
Tuesday, January 6, 2004
Japan Key To US Ban On Canadian Cattle
January 6, 2004 Japan Key To US Ban On Canadian Cattle The survival of the Canadian cattle industry is hinging on domestic Japanese politics. Should Japan maintain their ban on US beef, the American border will remain closed to Canadian liv ...
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 ...
Monday, January 5, 2004
Resumption of Canadian Cattle Imports Into US Delayed
January 5, 2004 Resumption of Canadian Cattle Imports Into US Delayed The resumption of Canadian cattle imports into the United States may be delayed following the mad cow incident in the United States. Last Friday, U.S. chief veterinarian ...

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