Brazilian companies receive new authorization to export pork to Russia

ABPA has reported on the authorization of nine companies exporting pork to Russia. The Rosselkhoznadzor (Russian Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance) has authorized nine Brazilian companies to export pork to Russia, increasing the number of plants authorized to export to the Russian market from four to thirteen. .vc_btn3-style-gradient-custom.vc_btn-gradient-btn-61e4ec7a57532:hover{color:
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Sharp decline in European pork exports

EU pork exports during September decreased by 26% compared to the same month of the previous year and by 9.4% compared to August. Although EU pork exports during the first nine months of this year are at values 2.5% above those recorded for the same period last year (4,702,976 t
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Shortage of anticoccidial drugs puts Ukrainian poultry at risk

Ukrainian poultry production is expected to drop in the coming months if the state registration of coccidiostatic drugs is not urgently resumed, the European Business Association in Ukraine has said in a statement. Without using these feed additives, the risk of mortality increases to more than 80%. They are mainly
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Ukraine egg industry in dire straits

Ukraine recently imported eggs from Belarus as the crisis-ridden egg industry fails to meet domestic demand, Sergey Karpenko, executive director of the Ukraine Association of Poultry Producers, said. Since the beginning of 2021, Ukraine’s egg production has plummeted by 25% (3 billion eggs) compared to 2020. As many as 30
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GRAINS-EU wheat climbs to 13-1/2 year high, U.S. prices ease

* Chicago grain, oilseed prices ease as dollar surges * Russia export curbs would further tighten wheat supplies (Adds quote, updates prices) LONDON, Nov 11 (Reuters) - European wheat futures climbed to a 13-1/2 year high on Thursday, boosted by concern that global supplies could tighten further, while a strong
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Russian agricultural exports increased in Tunisia by 6 times

Russian agricultural exports increased in Tunisia by 6 times – in January-July 2021, Russia exported 428 thousand tons of foodstuffs to Tunisia in the amount of $ 112 million.In physical terms, the volume increased 4.5 times compared to the same period last year, in value terms – 6 times. The

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Wheat price rallied after WASDE

Last week, Russia’s 12.5% wheat prices in deep-sea ports increased by $18 to $286/mt. Prices rallied supported by huge cuts to global S&D in the WASDE report. August WASDE report was bullish. The global wheat stocks came out substantially below expectations – 279 mmt vs 288 mmt. Corn stocks were

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