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January 8, 2015

What global protein data is critical to planning US protein producers' next steps?

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.

July 27, 2012

What is agriculture in China like and how will the corn be allocated in the current weather/economic environment?


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July 11, 2012

China is a commanding pork market and they cannot just rely on pork imports to meet their consumer demands. Chinese pork production has been labeled as being in the 1950's and Chinese farmers are working to change this. What is happening and what should global pork production operations do?

Ned Arthur, SwineCast.com, along with several people from JBS United are in Quingdao, China this week and next as part of a Chinese pork production learning series.

Ned shares a report from the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy that highlights the scaling of pork production requirements to meet the needs of the Chinese consumer. Meat consumption has quadrupled in China since 1980 to its current level (2011) of 54 kg (119 pounds) per person per year. That increase in demand results in building a pork production infrastructure, requiring more of all inputs, including feed grains, nutrients, and animal health products [PDF].

July 11, 2012

China is a commanding pork market and they cannot just rely on pork imports to meet their consumer demands. Chinese pork production has been labeled as being in the 1950's and Chinese farmers are working to change this. What is happening and what should global pork production operations do?

Ned Arthur, SwineCast.com, along with several people from JBS United are in Quingdao, China this week and next as part of a Chinese pork production learning series.

Ned shares a report from the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy that highlights the scaling of pork production requirements to meet the needs of the Chinese consumer. Meat consumption has quadrupled in China since 1980 to its current level (2011) of 54 kg (119 pounds) per person per year. That increase in demand results in building a pork production infrastructure, requiring more of all inputs, including feed grains, nutrients, and animal health products [PDF].

July 3, 2012

What are some of the economic issues in grains and how are they playing out on the animal agriculture markets and in farm operations? Dr. Meyers doesn't hold back on his assessments of ethanol. His presentation offers details on China's corn import/exports compared to other major corp producing countries.

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

January 18, 2012

China needs resources to nutritionally sustain its population. What is China's agriculture history and its future direction?

China has 1.34 billion people that require, daily, resources to sustain their needs. Food is a major need. China's arable land, which represents 10% of the total arable land in the world, has to support over 20% of the world's population [Wikipedia]. To insure there are sources of food available to its people, China is working to develop relationships with companies and governments the world over.

January 16, 2012

How the Chinese pork prices move, so goes the world, believe some economists and investors.

January 16, 2012

How big a market is China for food and agricultural products?

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.

January 16, 2012

How big a market is China for food and agricultural products?

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.