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Brett Stuart, Global AgriTrend, discovers and organizes global protein data and pulls back the conversation to what it means to US protein producers. Mr. Stuart shares a map that highlights that more people live inside the mapped circle than outside (most of China & India are shown) and they are where the markets opportunities are happening.

Mr. Stuart provides deep data on the markets and how they impact global economics. His key message: rising incomes will continue shift diets; China will need more corn, pork, oilseeds, and dairy.

How is China changing its pork production practices to meet Chinese consumer demand?
SwineCast China 2012 Trip

Economic Grain Situation and Outlook - Dr. Steve Meyers, Paragon Economics, from the 2012 World Pork Expo, June 6-8, Des Moines, Iowa, USA.

There are 1.34 billion people in China and they need to eat every day. The resources needed to sustain them are enormous and dwarf many other world markets. China needs the resources of other countries and companies to help their growth. Business opportunities are available to the sharp company keeping an eye out.