21 09, 2021

Livestock and Products Annual: Buenos Aires and Uruguay

2021-09-13T16:02:28-03:0021/09/2021|Seção: Suplemento Internacional|Tags: , , |

Post forecasts record Uruguayan beef exports at 490,000 tons carcass weight equivalent as a result of abundant beef supplies, strong foreign demand, and export limitations in several important competitors. Beef domestic consumption for 2022 is forecast at 160,000 tons, a recovery from 2021 as the country begins to return to normal as a majority of [...]

15 09, 2021

Brazil: Livestock and Products Annual

2021-09-08T19:38:15-03:0015/09/2021|Seção: Suplemento Internacional|Tags: , , , |

Post forecasts that the cattle herd will grow four percent in 2021 and 2022, while beef production is forecast to decrease six percent in 2021, reaching 9.5 million tons Carcass Weight Equivalent (CWE), but increase two percent in 2022. Post forecasts beef consumption for 2021 at 6.93 million tons (CWE), which is an eight percent [...]

7 09, 2021

In 2022, China’s hog production is forecast to decline by 5 percent

2021-08-30T14:18:45-03:0007/09/2021|Seção: Suplemento Internacional|Tags: , , , |

Low prices and disease outbreaks in 2021 led to significant slaughter and delayed restocking. Pork production in 2022 will decline by 14 percent as fewer hogs come to market and government policies designed to limit price fluctuations inadvertently undermine expansion. Pork imports will rise to 5.1 million MT as consumer demand for pork exceeds domestic [...]

24 08, 2021

Livestock and Products Annual Country: Japan

2021-08-20T12:39:26-03:0024/08/2021|Seção: Suplemento Internacional|Tags: , , , |

FAS/Tokyo projects cattle stocks to increase in 2022 as MAFF support programs continue to incentivize farmers to expand production. Due to a large cross breed cattle population and a growing wagyu population, FAS/Tokyo projects 2022 slaughter numbers to be up slightly and for beef production to be around 485,000 MT. In 2021, high swine beginning [...]

10 08, 2021

USDA – Thailand’s Beef Market

2021-08-06T16:23:52-03:0010/08/2021|Seção: Suplemento Internacional|

Beef consumption has increased in Thailand over the last few years, and local cattle production will not be able to meet the increase in demand. The majority of imported beef comes from Australia and New Zealand due to lower prices through free trade agreements with the United States being the fourth largest supplier of beef [...]

6 08, 2021

Animal protein supplies remain tight in Mexico

2021-08-06T16:23:20-03:0006/08/2021|Seção: Suplemento Internacional|Tags: , , |

Post forecasts beef production to grow to 2.19 million metric tons (MMT) carcass weight equivalent (CWE) in 2022, up 3.3 percent from 2021. The main drivers are solid exports, chiefly to the United States, and a recovery in domestic demand. Post also forecasts pork production to reach a record at nearly 1.54 MMT CWE in [...]

20 07, 2021

Banner Year for U.S. Beef Exports in 2021

2021-07-19T12:31:36-03:0020/07/2021|Seção: Suplemento Internacional|

As countries roll back COVID-19 restrictions, foreign market demand for beef is becoming a bright spot for U.S. producers. With record U.S. beef production forecast this year, U.S. beef exports are forecast to strengthen their position in the global marketplace. Meanwhile, lower production in Australia and tighter exportable supplies from Argentina are expected to limit [...]

7 06, 2021

USDA – Argentina Imposes 30-day Beef Export Ban

2021-06-07T17:16:04-03:0007/06/2021|Seção: Suplemento Internacional|

On Thursday, May 20, 2021 the government of Argentina imposed a 30-day ban on beef exports. The measure is intended to lower domestic beef prices by temporarily increasing the domestic supply. The implementing resolution exempts exports to markets where Argentina has negotiated quotas. In 2020, Argentina exported 652,177 tons of beef with about 53,000 being [...]

28 04, 2021

USDA – Japan: Poultry and Products Update

2021-04-28T11:32:59-03:0028/04/2021|Seção: Suplemento Internacional|

Japan's chicken meat production in 2021 is projected to remain flat from 2020. A domestic outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza will continue to put downward pressure on supply while the lingering effects of the COVID-19 pandemic slow recovery in foodservice demand. Imports are projected to increase only slightly in 2021 as high domestic prices [...]

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