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Rabobank foresees stagnant grain prices

Rabobank foresees stagnant grain prices

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, U.S. — In its new series of 10-year outlooks for corn, soybeans and wheat, the RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness group at Rabo AgriFinance foresees U.S. grain prices remaining stagnant as long-term trends for yield increases make up the difference in lower acreage while demand remains flat.
China’s Pigs to Take Half a Decade to Recover From Killer Virus

China’s Pigs to Take Half a Decade to Recover From Killer Virus

China’s pork market will not stabilize from the effects of African Swine Fever until 2025, and meat imports will not be able to make up for the protein shortfall, reports Bloomberg, citing findings from the Rabobank report titled “China’s Recovery From African Swine Fever: Rebuilding, Relocating, and Restructuring.”
Expansion: Do the Risks Outweigh the Rewards for Pork Producers?

Expansion: Do the Risks Outweigh the Rewards for Pork Producers?

African Swine Fever (ASF) has caused an estimated 25% decline in the global hog herd. Senior Animal Protein Analyst Christine McCracken explains the current state of the demand market for pork and opportunities/challenges for key pork production regions.
China Is Importing a Record Amount of Meat

China Is Importing a Record Amount of Meat

Bloomberg reports that China’s meat imports will hit record levels this year, as the country looks to fill the protein gap left by African Swine Fever.
Cautious optimism evident in global pork markets

Cautious optimism evident in global pork markets

Cautious optimism evident in global pork markets Meat / Poultry / Animal Protein – Christine McCracken – November 5, 2019 Meat + Poultry covers insights and analysis from Rabobank’s Pork Quarterly Q4 report. Senior Animal Protein Analyst Christine...