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India beef exports hit for six

Posted by Robert Herrmann on 3 June 2017

The announcement by Prime Minister Modi of a ban on the “sale of any bovine animals for slaughter” has caught analysts of guard, with some early reports filtering through that this is not a major event on the world beef stage; we are not so sure.

It is pretty clear from reading the government decree that failing any backflip by the government, this will impact the slaughter of cows, buffalo and even camels.  

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Topics: Australian cattle industry, beef market, India

As the EYCI advances are restockers getting grass fever?

Posted by Robert Herrmann on 5 July 2016

The EYCI has hit an all-time high of 660.50 cents per kg cwt; this brings to the fore the question of where is the top of the cattle market? Has the market peaked? The old adage of “it takes high prices to fix high prices” starts to resonate.

We have also been around long enough to see frenzied bidding when conditions are good and grass is abundant – grass fever!

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Topics: Australian cattle industry, beef market

Is Brazil a real threat to Australian cattle markets?

Posted by Augusto Semmelroth on 25 May 2016

Australia and Brazil are undeniably the two “giants” in the global beef trade. Together, both markets account for 35-45% of world trade, and to some extent, dictate the supply and price of beef for available for international customers. With that in mind, our analyst in Brazil Augusto looks into whether the two compete head-to-head for market share.

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Topics: Cattle market / cattle price, beef price, beef market

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