Live Export

Testing times but positive signs also at Townsville live export forum

Livestock exporters continue to face a range of challenges but there were also positive signs for the sector heading into 2022, the Queensland Livestock Exporters Association forum in Townsville was told this morning…Read More

James Nason, 28/10/2021

The S. E. Asian live cattle shipping trade is sailing into a perfect storm

A combination of factors has resulted in a relatively sudden slow-down in the trade which is likely to continue to contract in the near future…Read More

Dr Ross Ainsworth, 28/10/2021

September cattle export figures underline trade slowdown

Australian cattle shipments to all export markets in September totaled 51,152 head, falling to the lowest monthly export volume for four and a half years…Read More

James Nason, 25/10/2021

Smart navigation lifts visibility of livestock shipping operations

Most “ag tech” in the livestock industry is focused on the paddock, but one piece of smart technology has been delivering a range of gains for the sector on the open ocean…Read More

James Nason, 19/10/2021

Townsville conference to unite livestock export sector

The Australian livestock export industry’s bi-annual conference may have been postponed for 12 months due to travel restrictions caused by State-based COVID lockdowns, but a Queensland event on October 28 will fill an important information and networking gap for industry stakeholders either already in, or able to travel to, the Sunshine State. ..Read More

Beef Central, 14/10/2021

SE Asia Report: Pandemic situation showing encouraging improvements

Covid rates are improving across Asia but persistently high cattle prices in Australia continue to suppress the trade | 14,000 Brazilian bulls arrive safely in Vietnam in the last week of September | Revitalised Darwin buffalo exports augur well for trade’s future | A tour of beef in US supermarkets
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Dr Ross Ainsworth, 13/10/2021

Laporan Pasar : Industri Daging Asia Tenggara – Edisi ke-94

Edisi ke-94 : September 2021.

 Poin-poin utama:
September 2021 – 14,000 sapi jantan Brasil tiba dengan aman di Vietnam pada minggu terakhir bulan September | Tingkat kasus Covid-19 membaik diseluruh Asia, tetapi harga sapi yang tinggi di Australia terus menekan perdagangan.
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Dr Ross Ainsworth, 13/10/2021

Báo cáo Thị trường : Ngành chăn nuôi bò thịt Đông Nam Á – Ấn bản số 94

tháng 9 năm 2021 – 14.000 con bò đực Brazil đã đến Việt Nam an toàn vào tuần cuối cùng của tháng 9 | Tuy tỷ lệ các ca lây nhiễm đang được cải thiện trên khắp châu Á nhưng giá bò ở Úc vẫn rất cao, nên các hoạt động thương mại của sản phẩm này tiếp tục bị kìm hãm.

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Dr Ross Ainsworth, 13/10/2021

Lull falls over Australia’s northern cattle export trade

2021 is likely be remembered as the year “when a new price era emerged” says Northern Territory Livestock Exporters Association CEO Tom Dawkins, as a range of headwinds from price factors to COVID disruptions in key markets becalm shipping activity in Australia’s northern cattle shipping trade…Read More

James Nason, 11/10/2021

Second Brazil shipment to Vietnam expected in December

Ship owner Danny Fakhre reports historic first shipment from Brazil to Vietnam last month performed “very well” and says more shipments are now expected between the new trading partners in coming months. ..Read More

James Nason, 06/10/2021

The Mekong Minute: Implications of the Brazil shipment to Vietnam

While shipments of breeder cattle from South America into Asia are not uncommon, this shipment was a first for slaughter beef cattle from South America to south-east Asia and followed years of conjecture over the feasibility of such an operation…Read More

Dr Michael Patching and Dr Rodd Dyer, 06/10/2021

ASEL update 2021 open for public consultation

Public consultation on the 2021 update of the Australian Standards for the Export of Livestock (ASEL) has opened this week. ..Read More

Beef Central, 21/09/2021

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