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SE Asia Report: Indian buffalo impact beginning to moderate

Guest Author, 14 March 2017

There appears to be a general sentiment that the “new” supply and demand equation which includes Indian beef has reached a point where the instability caused by Indian supply has now been factored into the market (after capturing about 50pc of the business) and is no longer a disrupter to current day to day trading.

Live cattle shipments set to grow

Beef Central, 07 March 2017

Australian live feeder and slaughter cattle exports are forecast to gradually increase in coming years, according to ABARES.

Pre-export feeding programs could gain momentum for heavier Indo market

Jon Condon, 28 February 2017

Greater adoption of pre-export feeding of cattle is a prospect already being discussed in the wake of Indonesia’s decision last week to lift livestock weight limits to 450kg maximum average weight, per consignment.

High cattle prices impact Wellard’s half year results

Beef Central, 28 February 2017

Australia’s largest livestock exporter Wellard Ltd has reported an underlying EBITDA loss of $1.3 million and a statutory net loss of $17.9m for the six months ended 31 December 2016.

SE Asia Report: Low-priced Spanish beef adding to flood of supply into Indonesia

Guest Author, 14 February 2017

One of the most interesting observations for January is the discovery of sales of low-priced frozen beef from Spain in Java, which has been selling strongly since arriving in December 2016.

SE Asia Report: Indian buffalo seriously impacting Indo slaughter cattle demand

Guest Author, 18 January 2017

A reduction in annual export sales for 2017 of about 50 percent is starting to sound more like a fair estimate in light of the impact Indian buffalo meat is having on slaughter cattle demand in Indonesia, writes Dr Ross Ainsworth.

Elders to send historic first steer shipment to China in early Feb

James Nason, 17 January 2017

After 18 months of promising signals but little actual trade, with just three small air-consignments of cattle delivered to date under a new trade protocol signed back in July 2015, a first sea-based shipment of steers will depart Australia for China early next month.

Live exporters ‘quietly optimistic’ for 2017 after year of challenges

Beef Central, 21 December 2016

The Australian Livestock Exporters’ Council says the trade is quietly optimistic about the coming 12 months, following several challenges in 2016.

SE Asia Report: Indian buffalo gaining penetration in Indonesia

Guest Author, 13 December 2016

It will be interesting to watch the tug of war between raw supply and demand and the wishes of the Government of Indonesia as feedlot supplies gradually dry up towards the end of December.

SE Asia Report: Large hole looming for Indo fresh beef supply in early 2017

Guest Author, 15 November 2016

It will be interesting to watch the tug of war between raw supply and demand and the wishes of the Government of Indonesia as feedlot supplies gradually dry up towards the end of December.