Supply And Demand

The demonetisation of 1,000 and 500 rupee notes has had a negative impact on Indian poultry producers

Indian currency ban causes hardship in country's poultry sector

By Raghavendra Verma, in New Delhi

Indian poultry farmers have slowed the breeding of chicks to lower their costs after demand fell sharply following the central government’s unexpected announcement that large currency notes – valuing 86% of total cash in the economy – were no longer legal...

The UK is keen to gain market access to China

UK levy body ponders benefit of China lamb deal

By Georgi Gyton

It may still be years away, but UK beef and lamb levy body Eblex has said gaining access to the Chinese market for its lamb would be a "game-changer", with potential returns likely to be in the tens of millions per year.

Global poultry prices are taking off, according to Rabobank

Poultry prices on growth curve

By Oli Haenlein

Global poultry prices are taking off, leading to improved profitability for the global poultry industry, according to Rabobank.

Interest in a rise of premium beef exports to Russia

Argentina plans to restore beef exports to Russia

By Vladislav Vorotnikov

Argentina is considering Russia as a key priority destination market for the development of its beef exports, said Mario Ravettino, vice-president of the institute for the promotion of Argentine beef, during recent negotiations with Yevgeny Nepoklonov,...

H7N9 bird flu threatens global poultry outlook

H7N9 bird flu threatens global poultry outlook

By Carina Perkins

The outbreak of H7N9 in eastern and central China could threaten the outlook for global poultry sales, according to the latest quarterly poultry report from Rabobank.

The industry has regained some losses

Positive pork outlook for latter half of 2013

By Line Elise Svanevik

Figures from Rabobank show the outlook for the global pork industry is promising for the second half of this year, with the first quarter showing stability in the market.