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Russia and Saudi Arabia discuss agricultural export development program

  • 11 Sep 09:11

Russia and Saudi Arabia discuss agricultural export development program This week, Russian Minister of Agriculture Dmitry Patrushev returned from Saudi Arabia, where was with a working visit. The business mission included representatives of companies representing different sectors of the food industry and the agricultural sector of the Russian Federation, the press service of the Ministry of Agriculture reports. The largest state of the Arabian Peninsula annually imports Russian-made food worth about $ 20 million, and Russian exporters are interested in an increase of supplies. During negotiations with representatives of relevant ministries of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the development of an intergovernmental program for the. Read more...

Miratorg produces over 58,000 tons of high-quality poultry meat in 1st half of 2019

  • 18 Jul 09:53

Miratorg produces over 58,000 tons of high-quality poultry meat in 1st half of 2019 Bryansk, July 9 – ABH Miratorg, the largest investor into the Russia’s agricultural section, reports on producing over 58 thousand tons of high-quality poultry products in the 1sthalf of 2019, which is 9% more than the figure for the same period of 2018. Miratorg ranks among Top-10 Russian biggest poultry producers. The Company invested over 26 billion roubles in the vertically integrated production of full cycle: from grain growing for concentrated feed production to deep processing. The production chain includes a feed mill plant, poultry farms, an incubatory and an automated slaughtering and deep processing plant. The total number of poultry exceeds 7. Read more...

Ukrainian meat exports rose 21% in 2018

  • 4 Feb 09:24

Ukrainian meat exports rose 21% in 2018 Ukraine exported 21.24% more poultry meat in 2018 compared to 2017, reaching 328.97 thousand tonnes. In terms of value, these exports were worth $506.61 million, according to theState Fiscal Service of Ukraine (SFSU). Ukraine's main destination for its poultry meat exports in 2018 were the Netherlands ($112.46 million), Slovakia ($59.95 million) and. Read more...

Ukraine's pork exports decreased threefold in 2018

  • 13 Nov 10:33

Ukraine's pork exports decreased threefold in 2018 Ukraine's pork exports reached 1.54 thousand tonnes between January and October, which is 3 times less compared to the same period last year. Shipments also decreased in value in the mentioned period to $3.33 million, according to the Ukranian press agency Unian. On the other hand, data from the State Fiscal Service shows that Ukraine has imported 5.7 times more pork in volume and 1.4 times more in value, pork imports reaching 23.4 thousand tonnes worth $43.2 million. Meanwhile, the country's poultry meat exports increased by 18.7% to 271.33 thousand tons in volume and by 31.6% to $425.22 million in value in the first ten months of the year. Read more...

Poultry prices rose sharply in Russia

  • 12 Nov 08:52

Poultry prices rose sharply in Russia Prices of chicken meat rose sharply in Russia in September. reports Ren TV. It is noted that the increase in prices mainly concerns the wholesale trade, although retail prices have also increased in some regions. The growth was about 10–12%. So, half a year ago a kilogram of chicken meat could be bought for 122 rubles, and in September 2018 the price rose to 140 rubles. Poultry producers believe that the rise in prices for chicken meat was caused by a noticeable rise of feed prices. Dry summer also caused some pressure on market because poultry not only did not gain weight, but also died because of heat. Experts note that production at large poultry farms has. Read more...

Kyrgyzstan bans poultry meat imports from Kazakhstan

  • 11 Oct 09:03

Kyrgyzstan bans poultry meat imports from Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan has imposed temporary restrictions on the imports of poultry meat and eggs from Almaty and North Kazakhstan due to possible avian influenza and Newcastle disease outbreaks in these regions. The State Inspectorate for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Security of the Kyrgyz Republic said in an official statement that there is suspicion of an outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza in the south of the Republic of Kazakhstan, in the region of Almaty, as reported by local media. Furthermore, it suspects a possible outbreak of Newcastle disease in the Yeletsky, Aiyrtau district of North Kazakhstan. The Kyrgyz authorities have thus decided. Read more...

Kazakhstan limits poultry imports from Russia over AI fears

  • 31 Jul 10:11

Kazakhstan limits poultry imports from Russia over AI fears Kazakhstan has temporarily banned the imports of poultry meat and poultry products from Russia due to the outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza (AI) in the regions of Oryol, Rostov, and Nizhny Novgorod. The Committee for Veterinary Control and Supervision of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan said in a statement sent to Russian agriculture watchdog Rosselkhoznadzor that the country is temporarily restricting the imports of live poultry and hatching eggs, feathers, poultry meat and all poultry meat products that did not undergo heat treatment from Russia. Other products such as fodder and feed additives for birds, hunting trophies that. Read more...

Kazakhstan's poultry meat production reports increase

  • 16 Jul 10:44

Kazakhstan's poultry meat production reports increase Kazakhstan has produced by 23.2% more poultry meat in the first five months of 2018 compared to year-earlier levels, reaching 23.4 thousand tons, according to a study released by Energyprom. Between January and May 2018, the country reported a production of 107.7 thousand tons of meat products, with an increase of 14.5% compared to the corresponding period from 2017, as reported by PressORG. Meanwhile, production of pork and horse meat has increased by only 4% in the mentioned period, reaching 30.8 thousand tons. In addition, the study found that the demand for meat and meat products in Kazakhstan has been increasing 6.1% year-on-year. In the first five months. Read more...