Tightened Inventories Of Major U.S. Beef Suppliers May Contribute To Price Pressures Domestically In 2010
Imports of beef to the United States are forecast at 2.66 billion pounds for 2010, a 1-percent increase from 2009. First-quarter imports for 2010 are forecast more than 10 percent lower than the same period in 2009. FULL STORY »
JBS Extends Investment In Australia With Hide Salting Plant
The Queensland Times reports JBS S.A. has added a $22 million hide salting facility to Swift’s Dinmore site in Australia.
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