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US firm snaps up Crossgar

US firm snaps up Crossgar

By Nicholas Robinson

A Northern Ireland food firm has been bought by a US corporation, which also acquired another Ireland-based food company in 2009.

EU and China to share best practice on livestock

EU and China to share best practice on livestock

By Alan Osborne

Best practice regarding animal husbandry technology and veterinary science is to be shared between the European Union (EU) and China’s meat and livestock industries under a co-operation plan signed this week in Beijing. The agreement was initialled by...

Russia set to reform beef production

Russia set to reform beef production

By Vladislav Vorotnikov

The Russian government is due to embark on a large-scale development in beef production, which will enable the country to increase its beef export potential within the next 10 years.

Swine fever in Russia raises European concern

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Swine fever in Russia raises European concern

By Ed Bedington

Concern is rising over the ongoing outbreak of African Swine Fever across Russia and the possibility it could spill out into wider Europe.

GDP fall set to hit meat industry

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GDP fall set to hit meat industry

By Ed Bedington

The economic downturn and fall in global GDP growth is shaping up to be a serious “cloud on the horizon” of the meat industry, a leading expert told delegates to the World Meat Congress in Paris.

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