SE Asia Report

SE Asia Report: Viral issues have disruptive potential

In today’s South East Asian beef market report: Indonesian cattle prices weaker but currency much stronger; Thai slaughter prices push through AUD$5 for the first time, and African Swine Fever moves to infect Mindanao in southern Philippines..Read More

Dr Ross Ainsworth, February 20, 2020

SE Asia Report: Viral issues have disruptive potential (Bahasa edition)

In today’s South East Asian beef market report: Indonesian cattle prices weaker but currency much stronger; Thai slaughter prices push through AUD$5 for the first time, and African Swine Fever moves to infect Mindanao in southern Philippines..Read More

Dr Ross Ainsworth, February 20, 2020

SE Asia Report: Viral issues have disruptive potential (Bahasa edition)

In today’s South East Asian beef market report: Indonesian cattle prices weaker but currency much stronger; Thai slaughter prices push through AUD$5 for the first time, and African Swine Fever moves to infect Mindanao in southern Philippines..Read More

Dr Ross Ainsworth, February 20, 2020

How is coronavirus impacting the cattle shipping trade?

Impacts on Australia’s cattle shipping trade from the Coronavirus outbreak in China and other parts of Asia have been minimal to date, according to exporters, with current shipments on the water and those contracted to be delivered expected to continue as scheduled…Read More

James Nason, February 19, 2020

Australian Livestock Exporters’ Council welcomes new chair

The Australian Livestock Exporters’ Council has acknowledged the contribution of retiring chair Simon Crean who stepped down from the position at a board meeting in Darwin this week…Read More

Beef Central, February 13, 2020

Widodo visit a boost for trade confidence

Australia’s relationship with Indonesia appears to be back on a far more positive footing following Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s historic visit to Canberra this week…Read More

James Nason, February 11, 2020

Cattle export contraction tipped in 2020

Meat & Livestock Australia is tipping a significant contraction in Australian cattle exports in 2020 due to an anticipated void in northern cattle numbers…Read More

Beef Central, February 4, 2020

Calculators dusted off as rain pushes livex price higher

Northern live export prices have lifted in response to last week’s rain, instigating a new round of number crunching as producers with renewed seasonal breathing space calculate whether to sell cattle or hold them and add weight…Read More

James Nason, February 4, 2020

Nutrien sells Landmark International live export business

Ownership of one of Southern Australia’s largest livestock exporting operations has changed hands with Nutrien Ag Solutions announcing the sale today of its Landmark International business…Read More

James Nason, January 24, 2020

Australia’s largest cattle export port status for 2019 goes down to wire

The port of Townsville came within a shipment or so of becoming Australia’s largest cattle export port in 2019, official trade data for the year shows…Read More

James Nason, January 20, 2020

SE Asia Report: Brazilian beef reaches Indonesian wet markets in volume

Also in today’s December 2019 South East Asian beef market report: Oversupply keeps Indonesian live cattle prices weak; African Swine Fever confirmed in Indonesia; Vietnamese and Thai prices up again, and insights into Ethiopa’s cattle and beef industry…Read More

Dr Ross Ainsworth, January 17, 2020

Laporan Pasar: Industri Daging Sapi Asia Tenggara December 2019

Edisi ke-73: Desember 2019: Kelebihan pasokan melemahkan harga sapi hidup di Indonesia; Daging sapi Brasil menyerbu pasar-pasar tradisional Indonesia; Flu Babi Afrika (African Swine Fever) terkonfirmasi di Indonesia; Harga di Vietnam dan Thailand kembali naik bulan ini..Read More

Dr Ross Ainsworth, January 17, 2020

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