World meat industry news

Sergey Lisovsky: The agrarian community must protect its interests

  • 12:01

Sergey Lisovsky: The agrarian community must protect its interests State Duma deputy, member of the Committee on Agrarian Issues Sergey Lisovsky spoke about the regulation of the agricultural sector and the legislative framework, which has the most tangible impact on the agro-industrial complex, especially on animal husbandry. As part of his speech at the Agrotrends Russia conference, organized by Agrotrend.ru, the speaker called for taking new bills and initiatives more seriously, participating in their discussion and lobbying for the interests of the industry. Sergey Lisovsky reminded that a law on the creation of a unified state register of agricultural lands was recently introduced, noting that everyone is concerned about the question. Read more...

News around ASF has gained strength over the past few days, with reports of complications in Russia and Vietnam

  • 12:00

News around ASF has gained strength over the past few days, with reports of complications in Russia and Vietnam The dynamics of the global meat market will remain guided by great uncertainties in 2022, considering that African Swine Fever (ASF) will remain present in several countries in Asia and Eastern Europe. The clear focus will be on China, however, the information coming from its market tends to remain dispersed, which will deserve double attention over the year. News around ASF has gained strength over the past few days, with reports of complications in Russia and Vietnam. The attached map shows that there are also many cases in Germany, Poland, and Romania, however, these countries are not importers. The disease is difficult to control due to wild boar and the human. Read more...

Russia’s Miratorg reports additional ASF outbreak

  • 11:56

Russia’s Miratorg reports additional ASF outbreak Russia’s largest pork producer, Miratorg, has reported an outbreak of African swine fever (ASF) at one of its production sites. Reuters reports that the outbreak was reported at a site in Belgorod province in central Russia.African swine fever is spread partly by wild boars and is highly contagious among pigs but is harmless to humans. The company said it has taken all measures to localize the outbreak. Last month, Miratorg reported a similar outbreak at another site. Read more...

Russia: size of food imports roughly equal to exports

  • 11:54

Russia: size of food imports roughly equal to exports Russian Agriculture Minister Dmitry Patroeshev expects pork production to recover in several regions in the next six months. He said this in a meeting with President Putin, according to the Russian financial magazine Agroinvestor. According to Patroeshev, his agricultural department expects to reach the 2020 indicators for the poultry sector by the end of this year. For beef, the ministry even predicts a production increase of about 1.5%, according to the transcript on the Kremlin's website. A source from Agroinvestor from the poultry industry, who asked for anonymity, questions predictions of a recovery in poultry meat production. According to him, a decrease of. Read more...

Pakistan and Russia are in talks to remove economic barriers — Pakistani minister

  • 3 Dec 10:29

Pakistan and Russia are in talks to remove economic barriers — Pakistani minister The Pakistani authorities hope for the reduction of customs and banking barriers between removal of Pakistan and Russia to give impetus to the development of economic ties, Pakistan’s Federal Minister for Economic Affairs Omar Ayub Khan told TASS on Thursday. "The Pakistani and Russian sides are currently negotiating two areas that can give impetus to the development of economic ties between the countries, i.e. customs duties and banking cooperation. If we make efforts in these areas, then we will see the result. Our countries are discussing how to remove customs and banking barriers to increase investment in Pakistan," he said. Ayub Khan recalled that. Read more...

By the end of the year, the Ministry of Industry and Trade will issue licenses for the import of meat

  • 3 Dec 10:27

By the end of the year, the Ministry of Industry and Trade will issue licenses for the import of meat Russian government approved the procedure for the distribution of tariff quotas for the import of meat of cattle (beef) and poultry in 2022. Such a resolution of the Cabinet comes into force on December 2. According to the document, the tariff quota for fresh or chilled cattle meat is set at 40 thousand tons, including 29 thousand tons for supplies from the European Union and 11 thousand - from other countries. The maximum level of frozen meat is set at 530 thousand tons. It is assumed that a maximum of 60 thousand can be brought to Russia from the European Union and the United States, 3 thousand tons - from Costa Rica, 407 thousand - from other countries, RIA. Read more...

Beyond Meat Hit by Russian Countersanctions

  • 3 Dec 10:19

Beyond Meat Hit by Russian Countersanctions U.S. fake meat manufacturer Beyond Meat has fallen foul of Russia’s countersanctions on Western food imports, the Kommersant business daily reported Thursday. Imports of Beyond Meat’s plant-based meat alternatives have been suspended due to a dispute over whether the products violate Russia’s sweeping ban on Western agricultural products. Kommersant reported that Russian customs officials believe Beyond Meat products fall under the embargo and have halted all imports. A spokesperson for distributor Alianta Group confirmed it had suspended supplies to Russia, citing the dispute with Russia’s customs authorities as well as a global. Read more...

Demand for meat sharply fell in regions Kazakhstan

  • 3 Dec 10:17

Demand for meat sharply fell in regions Kazakhstan ​Kazakhstan citizens began to buy meat less. The regions report a sharp drop in demand. Sellers say that the goods are almost spoiled on the shelves, buyers visit stores less and less. At one of the largest markets in Uralsk, buyers are greeted by long-bored sellers. There is an offer for every taste and money, but there is practically no demand. Sellers say they have forgotten such a weak trade for a long time. After lunch, traders begin to put the meat in the refrigerator to wait for the buyers. According to the sellers, this has never happened before. And the reason is simple. Prices are rising, people can afford meat less and less. Officials say: when. Read more...

Ministry of Agriculture wants to "replace livestock" in Kyrgyzstan with better quality one

  • 3 Dec 10:16

Ministry of Agriculture wants to "replace livestock" in Kyrgyzstan with better quality one Minister of Agriculture Askarbek Dzhanybekov told at a briefing how it is planned to replace cattle in Kyrgyzstan.As he said, the local bull gains about 700-900 grams per day, while the Hereford breed gives more than two kilograms of weight gain for the same feed and costs. The minister noted that Kyrgyzstan needs to import 100-150 thousand heads of cattle annually. He expects that local farmers will receive imported highly productive livestock on lease at 6-10% for 7-10 years through the Aiyl Bank. Readmore news in our TelegramChannel Follow us on. Read more...

The Ministry of Agriculture assessed the pace of recovery of meat production

  • 2 Dec 08:45

The Ministry of Agriculture assessed the pace of recovery of meat production Pork production is expected to recover from outbreaks of African swine fever (ASF) in several regions in the first half of 2022. This forecast was given by the Minister of Agriculture Dmitry Patrushev. In the poultry industry, at the beginning of this year, there was also a difficult situation: the livestock decreased due to an unfavorable epizootic situation and problems with the import of hatching eggs. According to Patrushev, the department expects to reach 2020 indicators for poultry meat production by the end of this year. For beef, the Ministry of Agriculture predicts an increase in production volumes by about 1.5% by the end of this year. Industry experts. Read more...