October 26, 2021
Brazil's exports exceeded 200,000 tons in one month for the first time

did you see? Without exporting to China, beef prices in Brazil could drop

The price of live cattle recorded a decline in the main production areas of Brazil in the first half of September. According to analyst at Safras & Mercado, Fernando Iglesias, the drop in prices is still linked to the atypical case of cow disease that was recently recorded in two Brazilian states.

This was the most read news of the week about livestock on Canal Rural. Check out below, this and other most accessible articles of the week.

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Saudi Arabia has stopped importing beef from five Brazilian slaughterhouses after the South American country detected two atypical cases of bovine spongiform encephalitis, a disease known as “mad cow disease”. Learn more here.

4 What is the percentage of genetic transmission from a bred bull to a calf?

What is the percentage of genetic transmission from a bred bull to a calf?

At the Giro do Boi Responde panel, which aired last Friday, animal technician Ricardo Abreu X, director of development at ABCZ, the Brazilian Association of Zebu Breeders, a Patos viewer, attended in Paraíba. Understand here.

Third, what is the correct way to use Capiaçu grass for livestock feed?

What is the correct way to use Capiaçu grass for livestock feed?

Participating in the Giro do Boi, agronomist Wagner Pires, a pasture graduate at Esalq-USP and a consultant to the Livestock Service, answered the skepticism of at least five producers from different regions of Brazil about the use of Capiaçu in the livestock diet. See the full explanation here.

Second stop at concerts during the pandemic Awakens “Cattle Side” by Judds and Judson

Pause at concerts during the pandemic awakened

In a live interview with Giro do Boi, the artists recalled their childhood in the countryside, the struggle to achieve success in music and return to their roots in the countryside. paying off.

First, without exporting to China, beef prices in Brazil could drop, analyst says

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The price of live cattle recorded a decline in the main production areas of Brazil in the first half of September. According to analyst at Safras & Mercado, Fernando Iglesias, the drop in prices is still linked to the atypical case of cow disease that was recently recorded in two Brazilian states.

After these two cases were confirmed, China halted beef exports to Brazil. This created chaos in the market, causing prices to drop in Sao Paulo and in the Midwest.” Check out the full review here.