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EU bans chicken imports from several suppliers in Brazil
20/04/2018
Source: MercoPress - Agricultural News
First shipment of Argentine lemons to the US in 17 years
20/04/2018
Argentina sent its first shipment of lemons to the United States in 17 years, a few months after President Donald Trump authorized citrus imports from the country.
Source: MercoPress - Agricultural News
US/China trade war reaches Midwest sorghum with tariffs of 178.6%
19/04/2018
United States sorghum farmers fear they will lose their largest export market if China follows through with a tariff on their crop. China imposed preliminary anti-dumping tariffs of 178.6% on U.S....
Source: MercoPress - Agricultural News
Brazil allows processors to resume chicken exports but EU considering a ban
19/04/2018
Brazil’s largest chicken processor BRF SA has been allowed to resume production at nine plants that export to the European Union, the Ministry of Agriculture said on Wednesday, a day before a...
Source: MercoPress - Agricultural News
Argentina imports 120.000 tons of soy-beans from United States
11/04/2018
Source: MercoPress - Agricultural News
Falklands' meat company enters contract to supply defense facilities at MPC/MPA
11/04/2018
The Falkland Islands Meat Company - FIMCo - has entered into a supply contract with Ecolog – a key provider for UK Ministry of Defense facilities at MPC/MPA, to provide their high-quality Falkland...
Source: MercoPress - Agricultural News
Drought will cost Argentina's herd up to a million head
11/04/2018
Argentina’s herd will shrink by up to 1 million head of cattle next year as ranchers facing scorched pastures after the worst drought in decades decide to slaughter females rather than grow their...
Source: MercoPress - Agricultural News
Sharing cash for farmers, one of the biggest post Brexit challenge, say experts
10/04/2018
Quitting the European Union means the UK will have to go back to the drawing board over devolution, constitutional experts have warned. Wrangles over sharing out cash for farmers will be one of the...
Source: MercoPress - Agricultural News
What does the new Falklands ‘Islands Plan’ mean for South America?
08/04/2018
Source: MercoPress - Agricultural News
Brazil subsidized loans for the 2018/19 agriculture program will reach US$ 58bn
03/04/2018
Brazil's Agriculture Ministry plans to increase funds available to finance the farm sector, an official announced, noting that a decline in inflation has allowed the government to boost funding in a...
Source: MercoPress - Agricultural News
Heatwaves, hurricanes, floods: 2017 costliest year ever for extreme weather and climate events, says UN
23/03/2018
Source: MercoPress - Agricultural News
Mercosur "blocks" talks on auto exports and government procurement contracts, claims EU
21/03/2018
Source: MercoPress - Agricultural News
Macri announces debt relief for farmers struggling with drought
16/03/2018
Source: MercoPress - Agricultural News
Dry summer cuts Argentina's soy crop to 40m tons; US$ 4.6bn negative impact on the economy
16/03/2018
Source: MercoPress - Agricultural News
UK expert in Montevideo to promote British sheep genetics in Uruguay
15/03/2018
Source: MercoPress - Agricultural News
Brazil forecasts 87.28 million tons of corn and 113.02 million tons of soybeans
14/03/2018
Source: MercoPress - Agricultural News
Brazil downplays latest chapter of the "Weak Flesh" investigation
09/03/2018
Source: MercoPress - Agricultural News
"Weak flesh" reignites in Brazil's major food processor and world's largest poultry exporter
07/03/2018
Source: MercoPress - Agricultural News
Prolonged drought wrecking soybean and corn crops, threatens Argentina's growth
28/02/2018
A prolonged drought wreaking havoc on Argentina's soybean and corn crops could threaten the country's economic performance in 2018, an official said, as the country seeks to grow for a second...
Source: MercoPress - Agricultural News
Drought hits Argentina's soybean and corn crop estimates: 10% and 12% down
24/02/2018
The lack of rain triggered by the La Nina weather phenomenon has prompted the Rosario Exchange to cut its forecast of Argentina’s 2017/2018 corn and soybean crop by 12% and 10%, respectively, making...
Source: MercoPress - Agricultural News

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