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Russian meat producers are catching up rapidly with cutting-edge factories

  • 9 Jun 11:29

Russian meat producers are catching up rapidly with cutting-edge factories Today Russia is one of the world’s most attractive markets for food production. Tremendously aided by the Russian government through billion-dollar investments and market foreclosure, businesses have modernized their facilities to a large extent in the past years. Today, Russian companies are among the most innovative producers in the world. The Russian meat industry has established new, cutting-edge factories which are among the leading global players. Success recipe no. 1: Automation and digitization The recipe for success of Russia’s leading companies: They take advantage of automating the entire value chain so they are able to boost production in no. Read more...

Global poultry markets: It’s smart to be different

  • 20 Jun 10:18

Global poultry markets: It’s smart to be different Predictions by Rabobank show that the market for slow growing broiler concepts will grow by 8% now up to 20% by 2025. During the 3rdHubbard premium forum in Barcelona I was asked to shed a light on the economics behind broiler production and alternative broiler segments. The bottom line is that it is smart to be different, to move away from the bulk market. At least when you are a producer in Europe, because our continent is really different from the rest of the world. EU: the most expensive production location Recently I worked on an extensive dataset, comparing production costs of all main poultry producing countries around the world. And there is only one. Read more...

Reducing GHGs While Balancing Meat Demand

  • 15 Apr 09:59

Reducing GHGs While Balancing Meat Demand Humans' love for meat could be hurting the planet. Many of the steps involved in the meat supply chain result in greenhouse gas emissions. However,a new international study in ACS'Environmental Science & Technologyevaluates several strategies that could reduce these environmental effects. European Union meat production grew almost 16 percent between 1990 and 2016, while consumption rose 13 percent, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations. This growth has placed a burden on the environment, because meat production results in more greenhouse gas. Read more...

FAO: Harnessing Power of Livestock to Drive Sustainable Development

  • 1 Nov 09:36

FAO: Harnessing Power of Livestock to Drive Sustainable Development A new FAO report highlights the multiple contributions made by the global livestock sector — especially to the lives of millions of poor, animal-dependent small-scale producers in developing countries — but also says that changes in policies and practices are needed in order to optimize those contributions. According toWorld Livestock: Transforming the livestock sector through the Sustainable Development Goals, the debate around livestock production has so far been largely focused on how the sector can produce more to satisfy surging demand for animal products and feed a growing global population while at the same time reducing its environmental footprint. While. Read more...

Russia rapidly increasing meat production volume

  • 3 May 11:12

Russia rapidly increasing meat production volume According to the information-analytical agency EMEAT, the volume of meat production in Russia is on the riseThe volume of meat production in Russia (excluding backyard operations) amounted to 1281.9 thousand tons in slaughter weight during the period from January to February 2018, which is 10.7% or 55.7 thousand tons more than the same period of 2017. During the period from January to February 2018, pork accounted for 35.4%, poultry – for 57.8%, beef – for 6.7%, lamb and goat – for 0.1% of the total volume of industrial meat production. The overall number of pigs in Russia increased by 5.8% (by 1.3 million head) during the year and amounted to 23.7. Read more...

Ukraine Sees Decline in Cattle, Pig Numbers

  • 19 Feb 10:29

Ukraine Sees Decline in Cattle, Pig Numbers The number of cattle in Ukraine as of 1 February 2018 numbered 3.58 million head, which is 4.5 per cent down year-over-year (y-o-y).In particular, the number of cows was 2.02 million head, which was 3.8 per cent down against the figure as of 1 February 2017, according to the State Statistics Service of Ukraine. The number of pigs as of 1 February 2018 decreased by 8.2 per cent, to 5.9 million, while the number of sheep and goats was 5 per cent down, to 1.29 million head. However, the poultry population increased by 2.5 per cent, to 199.9 million birds. The State Statistics Service said the data excluded reports from temporarily occupied areas in the Autonomous Republic. Read more...

GEA cooling systems for pork production in Russia

  • 14 Feb 09:33

GEA cooling systems for pork production in Russia End of last year the pig slaughter and processing entity Agroeco-Yug signed a contract with the technology group GEA for the supply, installation and commissioning of an extensively cooling system. This plant will be built in the Voronezh region and will be one of Russia’s largest businesses for the slaughter and processing of pigs. The slaughter line’s processing rate will be 600 pigs per hour. Commissioning has been planned for the year 2020. The Agroeco group, holding of Agroeco-Yug, is the largest pig farming enterprise in the Voronezh Region. The seven districts in the region contain 11 successfully operating, modern pig farms, their own genetics. Read more...

Mogilev Meat Packing Plant Sends Beef Shipment to China

  • 13 Feb 07:39

Mogilev Meat Packing Plant Sends Beef Shipment to China Mogilev Meat Packing Plant has sent the first batch of beef to China, BelTA learned from the company's director Vladimir Latygovsky. Mr Latygovsky toldBelTA: "The first batch of frozen meat was shipped to China on 27 January. The meat was carved and packed in line with the Chinese requirements. "The products are expected to hit the Chinese store shelves at the end of this week or in the beginning of the next one. "When we know the demand for our meat and the results of the quality compliance assessment, we will understand the prospects for cooperation and will start working on the logistics of further supplies." Although the. Read more...

Morocco Gives Green Light to Russian Beef Imports

  • 31 Jan 09:06

Morocco Gives Green Light to Russian Beef Imports The Russian Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance announced on Saturday that Moroccan authorities have approved the import of Russia’s beef products. According toMorocco World News, an official statement read: "The Kingdom of Morocco will open its market to Russian beef and beef products, which will help increase the volume of trade between the two countries." The approval came after a Moroccan delegation of the National Office for the Sanitary Safety of Food Products (ONSSA) visited Russian meat companies "to ensure compliance with veterinary and sanitary standards in Morocco." "The volume of bilateral trade should. Read more...

Azerbaijan Decided Not to Ban Poultry Meat Imports from Russia

  • 10 Jan 10:35

Azerbaijan Decided Not to Ban Poultry Meat Imports from Russia Azerbaijan does not import poultry meat and its products from the Kostroma region of Russia, where bird flu was detected, so there is no need to impose a ban on the imports of these products, said Yolchu Khanvali, head of the press service of the State Veterinary Control Service under the Agriculture Ministry of Azerbaijan. He toldTrend News AgencythatAzerbaijan imports poultry meat and its products from Turkey, Brazil and Ukraine, and eggs from Ukraine and Turkey. Azerbaijan imposed a temporary ban on the import of poultry meat and its products after bird flu was detected in March-April last year in Moscow and the surrounding areas. On 5 January 2018, Belarus imposed a. Read more...