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Progress, pitfalls and price inflation in the world salmon market

Progress, pitfalls and price inflation in the world salmon market

 

Saturday, April 20, 2019
TOP STORY
Progress, pitfalls and price inflation in the world salmon market
Despite a three-year output recovery, opening up Chilean frontier areas to production and sustainable new Norwegian methods of controlling parasites, keeping salmon supplies even with demand remains a challenge.
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China Soymeal Weekly: Demand under long term pressure amid dwindling sow population
China Fishmeal Weekly: Demand slows amid prudent buying
China Corn Weekly: Tight availability limits price falls
China Whey Weekly: Prices drop on slack demand
China Soymeal Weekly: Cautious buying weighs on market
China Broiler Weekly: Cautious slaughterhouses limit purchases
Livestock   Feed
Up to 200 million pigs in China expected to die due to swine fever outbreaks
OIE: Countries commit to sustainability of aquaculture sector at Chile conference
New Zealand faces egg shortage as farmers adapt to new regulations
Experts call for continual development of Vietnam's poultry sector
 
US soy sector leaders hold "successful" meetings in China
EU corn imports from Ukraine jump 93.8% on year
Cherkizovo Group takes lead in feed production
Royal De Heus acquires majority stake in Ukraine's D-Mix
Technical Forum
Causes, consequences and biomarkers of stress in swine: an update
Impact and management of heat stress in swine: an underestimated issue
Evaluation of the chronological impact heat stress has on swine intestinal function and integrity
What if live yeast could help ease the issues of weaning in piglets?
Industry Happenings
MSD completes acquisition of Antelliq Corporation
US$20 Million JBS Global Food Innovation Center opens at US university
Zinpro appoints dairy account managers for Russia
2019 Cobb Asia-Pacific tech school focuses on evolving industry
 
 
 
 
 
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CHINA, FEED ADDITIVES, AMINO ACID

China Lysine: Sellers negotiate prices to entice buyers (Week ended Apr 15, 2019)

Although producers mostly stood firm a handful of lysine distributors and traders negotiated prices, albeit marginally, in a bid to clear stocks to ease inventory pressure. However, as the consumption of hog feed was slow due to the sharp fall in animal population, sales of lysine showed little improvement.

Demand will remain soft, but with profit margins low, producers are less likely to cut prices prominently.

(Week ended Apr 15, 2019)

 

VIETNAM, FEED ADDITIVE, AMINO ACID

Vietnam Lysine: Market remains weak due to ASF

Lysine market remains weak this week due to African swine fever outbreak and low demand in the market. There is no signal for the market to get back in short time. 

(Week ended 14 April, 2019)

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CHINA, LIVESTOCK, BROILER BIRD 

China AA Broiler: Firm demand underpins prices

After the recent two weeks' repose, AA broiler prices leaped higher as the demand for chicken meat remained strong while supplies of finishing broiler tightened.

AA broiler prices are seen firm as soaring hog prices boost the consumption of chicken, the cheaper protein source. 

(Week ended Apr 13, 2019)

 

CHINA, FEED GRAINS, CORN

China Corn: Prices stabilise as traders withhold releases

Traders were reluctant to negotiate prices, which have dropped over 6% since December. Supplies tightened as traders withheld releases, helping to nudge up corn prices.

Although there is news that the state reserves purchase will commence soon, the upward scope of the market is limited as corn demand is tepid. Moreover, more corn shipments are expected to arrive during late April, hence exerting pressure on the market.

(Week ended Apr 12, 2019)

 

VIETNAM, FEED ADDITIVE, VITAMINS

Vietnam Vitamins: Vitamin A price dropped due to low demand

Price of vitamin A dropped this week as buyers reduce purchase due to the low demand and excess stock. However, some Chinese suppliers are not willing to offer quotation of Vitamin A to Vietnam due to the high demand in local. It is estimated that vitamin A will increase the price next week as most suppliers increased their price.

(Week ended 14 April, 2019)

 
 
 
 

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FAO Livestock Technical Network Newsletter - Focus on animal feed

FAO Livestock Technical Network Newsletter - Focus on animal feed

 

 

Livestock Technical Network

Focus on:
animal feed
Newsletter 12 April 2019

 

to inform, to inspire
news, information and ideas from the Network members

animal feed plays a leading role in the global food industry and it is the largest and most important component to ensure the sustainable production of safe and affordable animal proteins.

Rapidly growing populations, along with increased urbanization and income, is expected to rise the consumption of animal products by 70% in 2050. The increase in animal production will require an additional amount of feed to be produced. The challenge is not only to meet the growing demand for feed, but to ensure its safety. 

Several events have address this topic in the past months and have seen FAO on the forefront in collaboration with its relevant partners.


the Editor

‘The future of Feed & Food – are we ready?’ Read about the 6th Global Feed & Food Congress (GFFC), organized by the International Feed Industry Federation (IFIF) with the technical support of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and in collaboration with VIV worldwide.

feed regulators and industry from around the world discussed critical issues with IFIF and FAO 
at 12th International Feed Regulators Meeting (IFRM).

Here for more

experts discussed with FAO and WHO on the risk of veterinary drug transfer from feed to food and how to manage it.

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Argentina's China-revived beef trade looks to The East

Argentina's China-revived beef trade looks to The East

Saturday, April 13, 2019
TOP STORY
Argentina's China-revived beef trade looks to The East
Chinese consumers ate 12% of Argentina's 2018 beef output and a free-market government made cattle farming profitable for the first time in decades. Trade agreements with high-quality beef buyers are the next step.
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China Soymeal Weekly: Demand under long term pressure amid dwindling sow population
China Corn Weekly: Tight availability limits price falls
China Fishmeal Weekly: Demand slows amid prudent buying
China Whey Weekly: Prices drop on slack demand
China Soymeal Weekly: Cautious buying weighs on market
China Broiler Weekly: Cautious slaughterhouses limit purchases
Livestock   Feed
US poultry industry creates 302,515 new jobs, economic output up 11% in two years
Irish beef farmers suffer US$114 million losses due to Brexit, farmers body president claims
African swine fever strikes China's Xinjiang region and Tibet
Hundreds of New Zealand, Australian cows reportedly dead after delivery to Sri Lanka
 
ADM opens new high-tech feed facility in Illinois, US
China's soybean meal demand could fall for first time in more than 10 years
Kemin spotlights Aleta beta-glucan at veterinary seminar in Italy
Iran now third biggest importer of India's oilmeals
Technical Forum
Causes, consequences and biomarkers of stress in swine: an update
Impact and management of heat stress in swine: an underestimated issue
Evaluation of the chronological impact heat stress has on swine intestinal function and integrity
What if live yeast could help ease the issues of weaning in piglets?
Industry Happenings
Aviagen establishes joint venture with Peruvian poultry business
Cargill appoints new head for global agricultural supply chain
Dr. Eckel appoints vice president of product and innovation
JBS' US subsidiary recalls ground beef due to plastic traces
 
 
 
 
 
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