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Penza region will spend12.5 million rubles to support beef cattle breeding

  • 21 May 09:41

Penza region will spend12.5 million rubles to support beef cattle breeding Penza region will resume regional support for the beef industry. In 2019 it is planned to send 12.5 million rubles from the regional budget. This was reported in the press center of the regional government. Beef producers, as part of supporting the development of the industry, will be able to partially reimburse the costs of purchasing purebred beef cattle,. Read more...

Beef industry will suffer significantly if TTIP deal between EU and US goes ahead: Michelle O'Neill

  • 21 Mar 13:20

Beef industry will suffer significantly if TTIP deal between EU and US goes ahead: Michelle O'Neill Farming minister Michelle O'Neill says the beef industry in Northern Ireland would "suffer significantly" if a major trade deal between the EU and US gets the green light. Documents reveal concerns from Ms O'Neill, who is Minister of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, over how to deal with the issue, according toThe Detail. The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a trade agreement, which is being discussed between the EU and US. Speaking about TTIP she said: "Various pieces of research, including research that I have commissioned locally, indicates clearly that the beef sector would suffer significantly from. Read more...

GRSB: Regional Indicators Will Drive Sustainable Beef Progress

  • 30 Nov 10:22

GRSB: Regional Indicators Will Drive Sustainable Beef Progress The Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (GRSB) recently met in Amsterdam with 75 members from across the food chain representing 28 organisations with the key objective of working groups reporting back and sharing progress to-date. Larry Stewart, senior director, global supply chain for beef, pork and fish with McDonald’s and a member of the GRSB executive committee, attended the meeting and shared his perspective of where the GRSB is headed. “The regional roundtables have really pulled together and are working to shape indicators that stem from the GRSB Principles and Criteria which were approved last November at the GRSB’s meeting. Read more...