Cattle

Wellard plans to deliver mass amounts of halal meat in time for Ramadan

Wellard wins Indonesian permits for beef exports

By Oscar Rousseau

Australian livestock exporter Wellard has secured permits from the Indonesian government to ship 250,000 live cattle to the archipelago state between May and August this year.

Cecilia Ruiz (centre) with executives of Spain meat companies

Ireland woos Spanish cattle heads

By Oscar Rousseau

The Irish ambassador to Spain, David Cooney, has hosted a joint dinner with the Irish food body Bord Bía to promote exports of Irish cattle to Spain.

Russia will use drones to monitor crop conditions in real-time

Miratorg spends millions on drones and hunters

By Vladislav Vorotnikov

Russian agricultural holding Miratorg’s giant beef complex is to start using unmanned aircraft (drones) and has hired several brigades of hunters to protect crops and livestock, according to a statement from the company’s management.

Cogent aims to build its international beef genetics programme

UK beef genetics firm buys Canadian business

By Chloe Ryan

UK-based Cogent Breeding, which supplies beef and dairy genetics to more than 40 countries worldwide, has acquired Foundation Genetics, the specialist Canadian bovine genetics business.

Pre-tax profits rose to ZMW75m

Huge profit rise for Zambian agribusiness firm

By Helen Gregory

Zambian agribusiness Zambeef Products has seen a 56% rise in profits during the first half of its financial year, boosted by sales in its core meat business.

Lower demand, falling prices and abattoir delays at this time of the year seem to be perennial problems

Scottish beef market under pressure

By Oli Haenlein

Scottish beef producers are suffering severe pressure on price and experiencing marketing delays during the crucial spring months, according to the National Farmers’ Union Scotland (NFUS).

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