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TheBeefSite Newsletter - 18th March 2009
Wednesday 18th March 2009
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Welcome to this week's newsletter

Last week, TheBeefSite was at VIV Asia in Bangkok, Thailand. This year's exhibitions featured global breakthrough innovations in the Feed and Meat industry. For more information read our news coverage below.

 » Show Opens to Help Animal Industries Tackle Global Economic Crisis

This week's Book Focus

Buy Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition - 2008 Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition - 2008
This book contains the proceedings of the 42nd University of Nottingham Feed Conference held in September 2008.

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* This Week's Feature Articles

We have 6 new features this week:

Developing a Global Agenda for Farming
An increase in global agriculture trading through freer trading regulations could increase the worldwide benefits by $165 billion a year, writes TheCattleSite senior editor, Chris Harris.
Grain Prices Impact Entire Livestock Production Cycle
The biological timeline of livestock production prevents quick producer response to fluctuating feed costs, say Richard Stillman, Mildred Haley and Ken Mathews or the USDA ERS Amber Waves publication.
AgSight: Much Ado About COOL
An already long, contentious, arduous process just went into overtime, says Nevil C. Speer, PHD, MBA, Western Kentucky University. This article was published in the Ohio State University University Extension Beef Team newsletter.
USDA Livestock and Products Reports 2009
This article provides the dairy and cattle industry data from the USDA FAS Dairy and Products 2009 reports. This week's new report is a Russian Federation semi-annual.
World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates - March 2009
Total U.S. meat production for 2009 is forecast lower this month as a slight increase in red meat output is more than offset by lower poultry production, says a USDA World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates for March 2009.
US Feed Outlook March 2009
U.S. corn use was increased this month because of increased blending of ethanol into both reformulated and regular gasoline, says the USDA's Economic Research Service (ERS) Feed Outlook report for March 2009.
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* Global Beef Cattle Industry News


 » BSE NEWS: American Feed Rules Extended 60 Days
 » BLUETONGUE: Catastrophe Awaits in Absence of Jabs
 » Russia's Gradual Return to Buying Beef

   European Union

 » Animal Cloning: EU Calls for Data to Support Science
 » Radical EU Solution to US Beef Hormone Dispute?
 » EU Considers Regulations to Stop Slaughter Suffering

   United States

 » First E. Coli Cattle Vaccine Licensed in the US
 » US Red Meat Defies Economic Downturn
 » Downer Cattle Banned from US Food Supply
 » Agriculture Antibiotics and Human Resistance
 » US Delays Duties Over EU Beef Hormone Dispute
 » NCBA Withdraws from Food Before Fuel Coalition
 » Dust Regulations Disappoint Producer Organizations
 » New Snip Chip Reads Bovine Genomic Traits
 » High Quality Beef Shines Through in the US
 » Group Backs Bill to Ban Bovine Tail Docking
 » Group Launches Online Welfare Training
 » Comparing Size Performance and Efficiency
 » Weekly Roberts Report
 » Weekly Outlook: Corn Consumption
 » Weekly US Cattle Outlook: Higher Fed Cattle Prices
 » In The Cattle Markets
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   United Kingdom

 » NBA Forecasts High Demand for Suckler Bred Calves
 » QMS Answers Vaccination Questions
 » Beef Brand Confirmed as Scotland's Most Sustainable
 » Euro Surge Should Boost Farm Prices
 » Judgement Reserved on Defra TB Table Value Case


 » Research on Campylobacters in Cattle and Broilers


 » JBS Proposes Doubling Dividend Payment
 » Brazil Expects Beef Exports to Double in a Decade


 » WA Graziers Warned Over Lupinosis
 » Raising the Odds of Research Communication
 » Bartter Expands its Range to Pork and Beef
 » Enterprise Challenges Ignite CQ BEEF Enthusiasm
 » Weekly Australian Cattle Summary
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 » Protests in Nenagh: IFA Fight Factory Price Cuts


 » Japan Cites Safety of Cloned Meat

   Hong Kong

 » HK Relaxes on Canadian Bone-in Beef


 » Final COOL Rule Takes Effect Amid Uncertainty
 » Nutritional Contents of DDGS Characterised

   Czech Republic

 » Protests in Prague: 8,000 Dairy Farmers Converge


 » QMS See Italian Opportunity for Meat


 » Dutch Shops Turn Against Anaemic Veal Production
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That's all for this week!

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