Livestock exporters can operate with improved certainty following the finalisation of a long-running review of the standards governing Australian livestock exports, the Australian Livestock Exporter’s Council says, while WA’s PGA group wants the minister to “take a deep breath” before implementing the recommendations. ..Read MoreBeef Central, March 20, 2019
Stocking densities on live export voyages will be reduced, and Bos Taurus cattle sourced from south of the 26th parallel – the Northern Territory/South Australian border – will be restricted from crossing the equator from May to October, under changes recommended in the review of Australian Standards for the Export of Livestock (ASEL) released this afternoon. ..Read MoreBeef Central, March 19, 2019
Port Alma near Rockhampton has become the fastest growing cattle export port in Australia, with 17,500 cattle in four shipments transported from the port since Christmas, and a fifth scheduled to leave in coming days…Read MoreJames Nason, March 15, 2019
October imports are still having strong negative impact on Indonesian market, while slaughter cattle prices in The Phillippines continue their meteoric rise.
Cattle exports from Darwin have been running at high levels as dry conditions across much of northern Australia drive higher than usual ‘wet season’ cattle turnoff rates…Read MoreBeef Central, March 13, 2019
Impor dari bulan Oktober masih memiliki dampak negatif yang kuat terhadap pasar Indonesia. Harga sapi potong di Filipina terus meroket. Harga sapi bakalan di Northern Territory anjlok karena musim hujan yang gagal.
Live cattle exporter Wellard Limited has recorded its first half-year profit since listing on the Australian Securities Exchange in December 2015…Read MoreBeef Central, February 14, 2019
Several shipments scheduled to leave Townsville in coming weeks for Indonesia and Vietnam have either been diverted to Darwin or Port Alma or delayed, but none have yet been formally cancelled, according to sources close to the trade…Read MoreJames Nason, February 8, 2019
It may take well into March for large October imports to be fully eliminated from Indonesian feedlots, while the arrival of the northern monsoon and major flooding could disrupt supply in the crucial lead up period to Ramadan…Read MoreDr Ross Ainsworth, February 7, 2019
Pasar masih terus tertekan oleh sapi yang dikirim kepada para penjual daging, karena 81.000 ekor sapi yang diimpor pada Oktober memberikan pengaruh penuh. ..Read MoreDr Ross Ainsworth, February 7, 2019
Australian live cattle exports are forecast to decline in 2019 to 950,000 head, as a contraction in the northern herd limits the availability of cattle suitable for export.
The consultation period on the Heat Stress Risk Assessment draft report has been extended by one month to 1 March 2019…Read MoreBeef Central, January 24, 2019