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Rabobank: Oversupply putting pressure on poultry prices

  • 30 Sep 10:16

Rabobank: Oversupply putting pressure on poultry prices Oversupply is putting pressure on poultry prices in many global markets, according to the latest report from Rabobank China, Brazil and Mexico are the only countries where prices are performing “relatively” well, the latest Rabobank report has revealed. Most other regions are suffering from oversupply, and more disciplined supply will be required if the industry is to return to profitability in the second half of 2019. Effect of ASF on poultry market “Some market upside is expected to come from rising prices and demand substitution, given the impact of ASF on global pork markets,” according to Nan-Dirk Mulder, senior animal protein analyst. Read more...

Rising meat and poultry prices slowed down - Central Bank of Russia

  • 19 Aug 07:55

Rising meat and poultry prices slowed down - Central Bank of Russia In July 2019, the annual growth rate of meat and poultry prices in Russia decreased. This was reported in a special analytical material of the Central Bank of Russia. The document noted that a similar trend was indicated in June 2019. These circumstances may indicate "the completion of the adjustment of supply to demand." At the same time, in July there was also a slowdown in the rate of growth of mutton prices, which rose sharply from March to May 2019. In addition, the growth rate of sugar prices decreased, and their level returned to the. Read more...

Broiler meat has become cheaper

  • 15 Mar 10:18

Broiler meat has become cheaper Such dynamics may persist until the May holidays. One of the peaks of sales of poultry meat accounts for the beginning of the barbeque season. In the second decade of March wholesale prices for broiler meat decreased by 4.8% compared to February. However, in retail market they decrease more slowly. According to Rosstat, retail chicken prices fell only by 0.7% compared to the end of February and by 0.8% to the end of 2018, to 149.16 rubles / kg against 151.36 rubles / kg in the last week of December. A year ago retail broiler price was fixed at the level of 122.84 rub./kg - about the same level the price remained at the beginning of June, and then began. Read more...

Ministry of Agriculture: prices for chicken meat increased sharply

  • 31 Jan 09:20

Ministry of Agriculture: prices for chicken meat increased sharply The Ministry of Agriculture recorded in January an increase in wholesale prices for chicken meat. RBC writes that on January 17, the weighted average price of poultry meat amounted to 117.2 thousand rubles per ton (+ 21.8% compared to the same date of 2018). Earlier it was reported that on January 10, 2019, the weighted average price for chicken meat was at the level of 117.85 thousand rubles (+ 0.3% per week). Retail prices for chicken, according to Rosstat, by January 14 exceeded the prices of January 2018 by 22.4%. The cost of 1 kg of chicken in retail increased to 152.7 rubles (a year ago it was 125.1 rubles / kg). According to IMIT, on January 21. Read more...

Poultry prices up to next record

  • 27 Nov 09:59

Poultry prices up to next record In October 2018 frozen and chilled broilers in Russia cjsted about 143.42 rubles / kg. That was up 3.5% comparing to the previous month, and 11.5% more than in October 2017. Since the beginning of the year, the price of this product increased by 15.2%. For the period from January 2016 the minimum broiler price was fixed in April 2018 (121.77 rub./kg), notes SoyaNews; the maximum - in October 2018 (143.42 rubles / kg). The most expensive poultry in October 2018 was sold in the Far Eastern Federal District (190.80 rubles / kg), the cheapest - in the Privolzhsky region (296.55 rubles / kg). Average retail poultry. 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...