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Meat imports increased by 39%

  • 8 Sep 12:17

Meat imports increased by 39% Meat imports increased by 39%. Porkimportsincreased most significantly in August against the background of a low base. In August, imports of meat and by-products from non-CIS countries increased by 39.3% compared to July, amounting to $ 68.8 million, reports Federal Customs Service. Pork supplies increased the most in percentage terms - if in July they were almost zero ($ 0.04 million), then in the last month of summer they amounted to $ 0.7 million. Beef imports also increased - from $ 27.7 million in July to $ 46.3 million in August. At the same time, the supply of poultry meat from non-CIS countries decreased from $ 10 million to $ 9.5 million. Despite the growth. Read more...

Vietnamese pigs are banned in Russia

  • 12 Mar 09:53

Vietnamese pigs are banned in Russia Rosselkhoznadzor temporarily restricts deliveries of live pigs and pig products from Vietnam. Since March 5, 2019 the Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance (Rosselkhoznadzor) has introduced temporary restrictions on the supply of live pigs and pork products from Vietnam due to the registration of African swine fever in this country. Outbreaks of a dangerous disease are confirmed by official data from the International Epizootic Bureau (OIE). Restrictions apply to domestic pigs, products of slaughter, used equipment for housing, sperm and embryos of domestic pigs. The exceptions are the following types of products that have been processed. Read more...

Belarus bans pork imports from several regions in China

  • 4 Mar 11:26

Belarus bans pork imports from several regions in China Belarus has cancelled all previously issued permits to import pork from three regions in China because of African swine disease outbreaks. The Department of Veterinary and Food Supervision of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food of Belarus has imposed restrictions on the import of pork from Guangxi Zhuang, Yunnan and Shandong provinces of China due to African swine fever. The decision was based on a notification from the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), as reported by BelTA. As of March 1, the Chinese provinces will no longer be allowed to export to Belarus live pigs, pork (including wild boar meat) and other raw materials derived from. Read more...

Russia has imposed a temporary ban on pork imports from Bulgaria

  • 11 Sep 08:47

Russia has imposed a temporary ban on pork imports from Bulgaria Russia's agricultural watchdog Rosselkhoznadzor has announced that it introduced temporary restrictions on the import of pork from Bulgaria due to concerns regarding the African swine fever (ASF) outbreak detected in the Balkan state. The restrictions apply also to live pigs, pig embryos and boar sperm, as well as sheep and goat products, as reported by Emerging Europe. Still, Bulgarians will still be able to export to Russia pork products that have been made withtechnologies that ensures the elimination of the ASF virus. The Bulgarian authorities have announced that the necessary measures are being taken in order to eliminate the outbreak and to stop the. Read more...

Belarus bans pork imports from Chinese province over ASF fears

  • 24 Aug 09:30

Belarus bans pork imports from Chinese province over ASF fears Belarus has imposed temporary restrictions on pork imports from Liaoning Province, China, after an outbreak of the African swine fever (ASF) virus has taken place in this region. The information was posted on the website of the Department of Veterinary and Food Control of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food of the Republic of Belarus, as reported by BelTA. Chinese authorities from Liaoning Province announced that so far 8,116 pigs have been culled in the farms situated near the zone where the ASF outbreak was detected at the end of last week. The authorities from Belarus have canceled all previously issued permits for the import of pork and pork. Read more...

Russia expected to lift embargo on Brazilian pork imports

  • 14 Aug 09:54

Russia expected to lift embargo on Brazilian pork imports The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply (MAPA) announced recently that Russia could lift the embargo on Brazilian pork by the end of August. MAPA's minister Blairo Maggi said during the ExpoFenabrave event that he had discussed with the Russian counterpart Dmitri Patrushev and the Russian President Vladimir Putin about the technical issues regarding Brazilian pork imports. Furthermore, Maggi declared that there were no political impediments and that the country is adjusted to Russia's technical trade demands. The Brazilian minister also recalled the first wheat shipment that arrived from Russia in Brazil, which was one of the. Read more...

Belarus bans pork imports from Chinese province over ASF fears

  • 9 Aug 09:16

Belarus bans pork imports from Chinese province over ASF fears Belarus has imposed temporary restrictions on pork imports from Liaoning Province, China, after an outbreak of the African swine fever (ASF) virus has taken place in this region. The information was posted on the website of the Department of Veterinary and Food Control of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food of the Republic of Belarus, as reported by BelTA. Chinese authorities from Liaoning Province announced that so far 8,116 pigs have been culled in the farms situated near the zone where the ASF outbreak was detected at the end of last week. The authorities from Belarus have canceled all previously issued permits for the import of pork and pork. Read more...

China Pork Market

  • 28 Sep 12:18

China Pork Market The live weight pork price paid by Chinese packing houses in 2016 has been steadily rising from 17rmb/kg to a high of 20rmb/kg in June. In August the price has fallen slightly to 18 rmb (2.71USD) a kg, which this commentator concludes is the result of high temperatures reducing the demand for pork combined with the larger number of market hogs being slaughtered, writes Alexander Kovachevich, GM China Area, Genesus Genetics. In this extreme heat, The ‘Autumn Tiger’ as it’s known in China, farmers, for the most part, are unable to control barn temperatures and prefer to sell hogs out. At 18rmb/kg producers are still making good money, expansion plans. Read more...

Pork Commentary: Russia Roadtrip Week One

  • 13 Sep 11:26

Pork Commentary: Russia Roadtrip Week One This past week we were in Russia. Interesting time for sure. The Russia industry protected by limited pork imports is having a good run. Prices are around 110 rubles a kilogram currently or 70¢ USD live weight a lb. Profit range $40 to $70 USD per head, writes Jim Long. Other Observations Profits are leading to increased production with several new sow units being built. In Russia multi-site production has fallen out of disfavor. Almost all if not all new sow units are 2,500-3,000 sow mono farrow to finish facilities. There are no contracted facilities in Russia that we are aware of. All facilities and swine inventory are owned by a specific owner.. Read more...

Russia's pork imports rise amid low global prices

  • 20 Apr 10:04

Russia's pork imports rise amid low global prices Despite strong government measures towards establishing an import substitution program, Russia imported 39,000 tonnes (t) of pork in the. Read more...