World meat industry news

Meat exports from Belarus jump 7.2% in value

  • 26 Jan 09:55

Meat exports from Belarus jump 7.2% in value For the first 11 months of 2020, agricultural and food exports of Belarus have grown by 4.9%. Belarusian agricultural and food exports have increased by 4.9% between January-November 2020 compared with the same period of the previous year, says BeltaNews Agency, quoting the Agriculture and Food Ministry. “In January-November 2020, the export of agricultural products and foodstuffs amounted to $5.3 billion, up 4.9% year-on-year. In general, foreign exchange earnings rose by $243.8 million. Growth was reported in such commodity items as dairy products (3.5%), meat and meat products (7.2%), as well as many other commodities,” the press service of. Read more...

Higher feed costs are eroding profits for the Russian pig industry

  • 26 Jan 09:54

Higher feed costs are eroding profits for the Russian pig industry Higher feed prices have reduced profitability for Russian pig breeders and prices per kilo in liveweight, currently at 103 Roubles ($1.40), have been in the range of 100 to 110 Roubles for months now. With no increase in prices and new farms being built rapidly in the last 12 months the Russian pig industry is heading for a darker area, according to the latest report from Simon Grey, General Manager Russia, CIS and Europe, Genesus Inc. "A large proportion of production is in the hands of fully integrated companies. These produce a lot, if not all of their own major feed raw materials. This is in grain stores and in principle there at cost of production for the. Read more...

What Are The Reasons For The Increase In Grain Prices In World Markets?

  • 25 Jan 10:44

What Are The Reasons For The Increase In Grain Prices In World Markets? Global prices for corn and soybeans on various exchanges are experiencing an upward trend. Some believe that with the start of the global vaccination process in many countries around the world against COVID-19 and hope for greater economic mobility in the coming months, has been growing the price of products such as corn in global markets. However, estimates suggest that Chinese soybean imports from the United States have been on the rise, especially since Donald Trump left the White House. This issue can have a significant impact on increasing the price of this product. According to published statistics, American soybean imports by China since 2020 have been. Read more...

Global Poultry Producers Worry About Rising Grain Prices

  • 25 Jan 10:43

Global Poultry Producers Worry About Rising Grain Prices Rising grain prices in various countries have caused poultry producers to oppose the export of these products from their countries. In recent weeks, the decrease in rainfall in various production areas and the occurrence of drought has caused the planting and harvesting season in these areas to be delayed. This issue has raised the prices of these products and has even worried the producers of the poultry industry in these countries. Meanwhile, forecasts suggest that China’s unprecedented increase in grain consumption could have significant effects on global markets. It seems that this country has moved away from the widespread prevalence of COVID-19 earlier. Read more...

Damate commissioned 228 projects in Rostov region in 2020

  • 22 Jan 11:37

Damate commissioned 228 projects in Rostov region in 2020 In 2020, Damate Group commissioned 228 production facilities in Rostov region as part of the turkey and duck production revival projects in the region. In total, the company launched more than 325 facilities in Penza, Rostov, Tyumen regions and the North Caucasian Federal District, the company informed. Within less than six months, 167 facilities were launched in Millerovsky and Oktyabrsky districts as part of a project to restart the turkey processing business and 61 facilities were launched under a project of restoring Russia's largest duck production complex. Damate continues the phase-in of production facilities. The restart of the projects will create more than. Read more...

India Says Russia’s Far East 'Important' to Its Indo-Pacific Strategy

  • 22 Jan 11:35

India Says Russia’s Far East 'Important' to Its Indo-Pacific Strategy New Delhi has formally begun the process to make Russia a partner in its Indo-Pacific vision. The development comes as the US has been pushing its own vision for the Indo-Pacific, including aggressively promoting the idea of the Quad, an informal four-nation grouping that also includes Australia, Japan, and India. Indian delegates attending the first-ever Track 2 trilateral dialogue with their counterparts from Russia and Japan have labelled Russia’s Far East region as “important” for itsIndo-Pacific outlook, T.C.A. Raghavan, director general of the government think tank the Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA), has told Sputnik. “It is. Read more...

Russian seaports increased grain transshipment by 1.3 times in 2020

  • 21 Jan 11:48

According to the monitoring of APK-Inform, in 2020, the export volumes of major grains from the Russian sea and river ports totaled 45.1 mln tonnes, up 25% compared to 2019. The shipment volumes of wheat traditionally formed the major share (80%) in the structure of supplies, and totaled 36.1 mln tonnes, up 21% (6.3 mln tonnes) compared to 2019. The export volumes of corn increased by 11.4% compared with the previous year to 3.1 mln tonnes, barley shipments grew by 1.7 times to 5.8 mln tonnes. In 2020, Turkey (7.8 mln tonnes) was the key importer of wheat, Saudi Arabia (2.8 mln tonnes) was the main destination for barley, and Iran (1.6 mln. Read more...

Cherkizovo Group signs investment protection and promotion agreement for Lipetsk Region project

  • 21 Jan 11:44

Cherkizovo Group signs investment protection and promotion agreement for Lipetsk Region project Cherkizovo Group, Russia’s largest meat producer, has announced the signing of an investment protection and promotion agreement (IPPA) for the construction of an oil extraction plant in the Lipetsk Region. The facility will cost RUB13.8billion (incl. VAT). The agreement to construct a high-protein oilseeds processing plant in the Yeletsky District of the Lipetsk Region was signed by the Russian Ministry of Economic Development, the local authorities, and Cherkizovo-Masla (part of Cherkizovo Group). The project will be implemented in two stages. The investment phase is set to be completed by mid-2022, at which time the oil extraction plant will be brought on. Read more...

Covid-19 changes demands of pig meat

  • 20 Jan 11:33

The Covid-19 situation has changed the specific demands of pig meat, expressed by the meat industry and end users.That was concluded by the Meat Group, an international knowledge platform of breeding organisationTopigs Norsvin,printed in the company publicationProgress. The Meat Group consists of a number of globally operating experts including Dr Grant Walling, head of the Meat Group, and meat specialists Dr Caroline Mitchell and Dr Dustin Boler. In addition, the team also consists of various specialists from local Topigs Norsvin organisations. The platform aims to bridge the gap between pig genetics, production and processing, and the. Read more...

Russia expects a further increase in meat and milk production

  • 20 Jan 11:31

Russia expects a further increase in meat and milk production Meat production in Russia is said to have increased by 6.6% this year. 06.10.2020 of Alfons Deter court Russia According to aiz.info, the state government estimates that the production of animals for slaughter in Russia, including poultry, will be around 15.42 million t live weight in 2020, 1.7% higher than in the previous year. In 2023, production is likely to be 6.6% higher than in 2019, quoted the Moscow trade journal "Agroinvestor" from a development forecast published by the Moscow Ministry of Economic Affairs. According to the department, meat production could be boosted by opening up new export markets, among other things. According to the. Read more...