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First cattle shipment from Port Alma to China

James Nason, 16 January 2019

Cattle exporter North Australia Cattle Company has notched another first after successfully completing a shipment of 2200 cattle from Port Alma near Rockhampton to China over the Christmas/New Year period.

SE Asia report: Oversupply impacts Indo prices | Trade awaits clarity on breeder import policy

Guest Author, 15 January 2019

Oversupply in Indonesian feedlots continues to push slaughter prices lower, as the trade waits for clarity on the future of the 5:1 feeder-breeder import policy.

Laporan Pasar: Industri Daging Sapi Asia Tenggara – December 2018

Guest Author, 15 January 2019

Oversupply in Indonesian feedlots continues to push slaughter prices lower, as the trade waits for clarity on the future of the 5:1 feeder-breeder import policy.

SE Asia report: Indo challenges mount | Swine fever ramifications | French frog legs

Guest Author, 12 December 2018

Market consensus points to further price falls in Indonesia given large feedlot inventories and static demand, while an important deadline is fast approaching for the trade, as Dr Ross Ainsworth reports this month.

Laporan Pasar: Industri Daging Sapi Asia Tenggara November 2018

Guest Author, 12 December 2018

Market consensus points to further price falls in Indonesia given large feedlot inventories and static demand, while an important deadline is fast approaching for the trade, as Dr Ross Ainsworth reports this month.

SE Asia report: Indo prices weaken | Phillippines prices rise to $4/kg

Guest Author, 13 November 2018

Indonesian prices weaken again as over-supply looms; China prices holding firm as African Swine Fever continues to spread, and exporters will be paging back through dusty contact books as the Philippines price breaks through the $4 mark for the first time, writes Dr Ross Ainsworth in this month’s SE Asia report.

Laporan Pasar: Industri Daging Sapi Asia Tenggara – Oct 2018

Guest Author, 13 November 2018

Indonesian prices weaken again as over-supply looms; prices China are holding firm as African Swine Fever continues to spread, and exporters will be paging back through dusty contact books as the Philippines price breaks through the $4 mark for the first time, writes Dr Ross Ainsworth in this month’s SE Asia report.

Exporter awaits regulator decision on China suspension

James Nason, 17 October 2018

Exports of heavy, grainfed cattle to China are set to face more stringent conditions after two Australian cattle shipments exceeded reportable mortality thresholds earlier this year.

SE Asia report: Encouraging trends as Indo prices gain strength

Guest Author, 05 October 2018

Indonesian prices break through the $4 per kg barrier for the first time since May 2017, Chinese prices move higher in the wake of the African Swine Fever outbreak, and Vietnamese prices have surged again, writes Dr Ross Ainsworth in this month’s SE Asia report.

Laporan Pasar: Industri Daging Sapi Asia Tenggara – Sept 2018

Guest Author, 05 October 2018

Harga daging sapi di Indonesia menembus $4 per kg untuk pertama kalinya sejak Mei 2017; Harga di China beranjak naik dengan merebaknya wabah penyakit African Swine Fever pada ternak babi; dan Harga di Vietnam melonjak lagi bulan ini.