South America

Brazil cattle herd to grow 2 percent this year

Brazil, home of the world's largest commercial cattle herd, will likely grow its stock by 2 percent this year from 2013, reaching a record 198.7 million head, according to a report sponsored by analysts Informa Economics FNP. FULL STORY »

Brazil's JBS says revenue to grow 20 percent in 2014

Net revenues for Brazil's JBS SA, the world's biggest meat producer, will likely grow about 20 percent in 2014, in line with recent years, the company's Chief Executive Wesley Batista said on Friday. FULL STORY »

Beef exports continue upward trend; pork remains down slightly

Paced by sustained strong performances by the Japan and Hong Kong markets and a rebound in Mexico, U.S. beef exports in September remained ahead of 2012 levels. FULL STORY »

No U.S. data; some Mexican data

The lack of federal government data collection has already impacted livestock markets. The impacts will grow exponentially if the situation persists for many more days. FULL STORY »

U.S. pork exports to Colombia surges, beef gaining traction

While the United States has been one of Colombia’s leading meat suppliers for many years, the volume of trade with Colombia was significantly held back by high duties and other trade barriers. FULL STORY »

USMEF: Successful U.S. beef promotion in Central America

A collaborative effort between Walmart and the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) recently promoted 10 U.S. beef cuts at key retail locations in Central America. FULL STORY »

Brazil to slaughter record number of cattle in 2013

The world's top beef producer Brazil will likely slaughter a record number of cattle in 2013, 11 percent more than in 2012, the country's No. 3 meatpacker Minerva Foods, said on Tuesday. FULL STORY »

Rabobank: Structural changes emerging in Mexico's corn market

Rabobank has published a new report identifying structural changes that are emerging in the Mexican corn market, resulting from constraints in the growth of corn production. FULL STORY »

U.S. cattle imports from Mexico continue to decline

U.S. cattle imports for 2013 are forecast at 2.05 million head, about 9 percent lower than a year ago. FULL STORY »

Changes in Mexico-U.S. cattle and beef trade flows

The latest livestock trade data provides additional indication that the Mexican cattle industry is undergoing rapid and dynamic change. Changes in cattle and beef flows between the U.S. and Mexico have significant implications for the cattle industries on both sides of the border. The newest component of the increasingly complex and integrated U.S.-Mexico cattle and beef industries is the rapidly growing imports of Mexican beef into the U.S. FULL STORY »

USMEF: Latin American Showcase set for July 10-11 in Guatemala

Now in its third year, the U.S. Meat Export Federation’s (USMEF) Latin American Showcase has quickly blossomed into an extremely productive and successful event for exporters of U.S. beef. FULL STORY »

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