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  • ASPROCER. Asociación de Productores de Cerdo
    CHILEPORK REP SAG PROCHILE DIRECON Other News Chilean pork exports marked a historical record 1 8 2016 Rabobank China s hog herd shrinking incredibly 8 21 2015 Livestock Sectors to Have Say on Centre of Excellence 7 14 2015 China demanding up to 25 more pork 7 10 2015 SAG and ASPROCER participate in the international event regarding PRRS 6 5 2015 The World Organization for Animal Health recognizes Chile as the only country in South America free of Classical Swine Fever 6 1 2015 Brazilian Meat Export Rise Assisted by Fall in Real 8 12 2013 Brazilian beef exports during July reached 105 100 tonnes up 20 per cent on the previous month and the highest volume since July 2007 according to figures from MDIC Source themeatsite com Meat and Livestock Australia said that similarly pork and chicken exports also registered significant increases for the month Assisting the considerable growth has been the steady depreciation of the Brazilian currency Real which averaged 48US for the first seven months of 2013 down 9 4 per cent year on year Central Bank While strengthening international demand and the depreciating Real assisted beef exports Brazil s resumed access into Ukraine helped pork

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  • ASPROCER. Asociación de Productores de Cerdo
    data for 50 grocery products including pork The information published as part of the Product Sustainability Forum for which WRAP provides the secretariat is intended to enable suppliers and retailers to more easily access data on the environmental impact of various groceries The hotspot areas considered in the report are waste greenhouse gas GHG emissions water impact energy use and material risk Each of these are examined within the context of agriculture packaging processing retail and consumer Looking at pork specifically the following are identified as hotspots Environment Pig feed e g wheat feed barley and soybean meal contributes the most to the carbon footprint of pig farming Protein sources can include soy which has been linked to deforestation Other less significant sources of GHGs on farm are those arising from manure management and the use of energy in livestock housing Waste Pig blood can be used to produce higher value products Some abattoirs send Category 3 material direct to third party users e g pet food rather than rendering Some 120 000 tonnes of pork are wasted in UK homes everyyear Avoidable consumer food waste is around 93 000 tonnes Water Water use during processing is high due to use in cleaning sterilisation around 165 litres per pig A number of opportunities to reduce the environmental impact of pork as a grocery are also suggested as part of the study including a specific recommendation to lower the impact of pig feed WRAP recognised that soya is an important source of protein in pig feed However the organisation also note the significant environmental impact of soya production including forest habitat destruction in the Cerrado and Amazon ecoregions in Brazil which exposes pig meat to risk by association It adds that an over reliance on soy products in pig feed also

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  • ASPROCER. Asociación de Productores de Cerdo
    corn co products as well as in full fat soybeans and corn oil Hans H Stein a professor of animal sciences at U of I led the team of researchers in the study in which they looked at four corn co products distillers dried grains with solubles DDGS high protein distillers dried grains HP DDG corn germ and a high oil corn that contained about 7 lipids They also tested full fat soybeans and extracted corn oil Three diets were formulated containing each source of oil as well as a basal diet that contained no added fat These diets were fed to cannulated pigs The apparent ileal and total tract digestibility of lipids in each diet was calculated and a regression procedure was used to estimate endogenous losses and to calculate the true ileal digestibility and the true total tract digestibility of lipids We observed that the digestibility of oil in soybeans is much greater than in the corn co products It appears that pigs can utilise that oil much more easily Stein said He attributed this to differences in the way fat is stored in the ingredients In soybeans you have almost 20 fat and therefore a lot of that fat is just stored as regular triglycerides and relatively easy to get to In the other ingredients in particular the corn germ and the DDGS some of the fat is encapsulated by fibre which makes it more difficult for the enzymes to digest According to study results the true ileal digestibility of corn oil was greatest at 95 4 Among intact sources of fat the fat in full fat soybeans 85 2 and HP DDG 76 5 was the most digestible Digestibility of fat was lowest in DDGS 62 1 high oil corn 53 0 and corn germ 50

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  • ASPROCER. Asociación de Productores de Cerdo
    2016 Rabobank China s hog herd shrinking incredibly 8 21 2015 Livestock Sectors to Have Say on Centre of Excellence 7 14 2015 China demanding up to 25 more pork 7 10 2015 SAG and ASPROCER participate in the international event regarding PRRS 6 5 2015 The World Organization for Animal Health recognizes Chile as the only country in South America free of Classical Swine Fever 6 1 2015 Smithfield Foods releases group housing system video 8 6 2013 In 2007 Smithfield Foods announced an industry leading goal of phasing out individual gestation stalls in favor of group housing for pregnant sows at all company owned sow farms by 2017 Source piclatam com Smithfield Foods is on track to complete this goal and has created a video which not only reaffirms Smithfield s industry leading commitment to group housing systems on their company owned farms but also takes a specific and interesting look at what sows lives are like in Smithfield group housing We think this is both an entertaining and informative look at how we are caring for pregnant sows with actual footage from our sow farms that helps to explain how the group housing system ensures the safety

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  • ASPROCER. Asociación de Productores de Cerdo
    Chain Official Programs Description Good Practices Animal Welfare Traceability Competitiveness Support Program ENVIRONMENT Descripction APL APL I APL II STATISTICS Exports Imports NEWS Indicators Corn Price 05 02 2016 169 USD T2 FOB Bs As US ton UF UTM Dollar Euro Sites of Interest CHILEPORK REP SAG PROCHILE DIRECON Other News Chilean pork exports marked a historical record 1 8 2016 Rabobank China s hog herd shrinking incredibly 8 21 2015 Livestock Sectors to Have Say on Centre of Excellence 7 14 2015 China demanding up to 25 more pork 7 10 2015 SAG and ASPROCER participate in the international event regarding PRRS 6 5 2015 The World Organization for Animal Health recognizes Chile as the only country in South America free of Classical Swine Fever 6 1 2015 Organoleptic characterics of chilean pork 8 2 2013 Source ASPROCER A feature of the chilean pork in organoleptic terms is that Chile has developed pigs very similar to pigs produced in Japan not only in quality but also regarding color texture flavor and fat infiltration This has also been one of the reasons that have helped position Chilean pork as a product able to meet all the requirements of the Japanese

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  • ASPROCER. Asociación de Productores de Cerdo
    2016 Rabobank China s hog herd shrinking incredibly 8 21 2015 Livestock Sectors to Have Say on Centre of Excellence 7 14 2015 China demanding up to 25 more pork 7 10 2015 SAG and ASPROCER participate in the international event regarding PRRS 6 5 2015 The World Organization for Animal Health recognizes Chile as the only country in South America free of Classical Swine Fever 6 1 2015 Programs currently implemented by ChilePork 7 31 2013 Source ASPROCER National Swine Health Surveillance Program Official surveillance system aimed at early detection and early response to the threat of exotic infectious diseases of high economic impact on the pig sector and disclosure of prevalence of those diseases in the country Diseases included in the Program are Mouth Disease classical swine fever African swine fever Aujeszky Disease porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome PRRS Brucella suis swine mycobacteriosis Livestock Farms Under Official Certification PABCO Official certification of farms based on compliance with a set of health requirements and records in the context of Good Production Practices Official Inspection System of the Sanitary Authority SAG Direct inspection of animals and meat by the SAG official inspection team authority that maintains a permanent staff in all slaughterhouses Its purpose is the official certification of the products according to compliance with national and international regulations Prevention and Control Program for Pathogenic Microorganisms Standardized program common to the entire industry which is carried out in slaughtering plants Its aim is to ensure the absence of pathogenic microorganisms in meat shipments certified by the official authority Veterinarian Pharmaceutical and Chemical Residues Control Programs Official program of ongoing monitoring of animal products for the absence of chemicals permitted and prohibited The aim is to ensure the safety of meat for human consumption Integrated Surveillance Program for Dioxins Furans and

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  • ASPROCER. Asociación de Productores de Cerdo
    2015 Livestock Sectors to Have Say on Centre of Excellence 7 14 2015 China demanding up to 25 more pork 7 10 2015 SAG and ASPROCER participate in the international event regarding PRRS 6 5 2015 The World Organization for Animal Health recognizes Chile as the only country in South America free of Classical Swine Fever 6 1 2015 Brazilian Meat Production Set to Increase 7 30 2013 The latest long term outlook report released by Brazil s Ministry of Agriculture Livestock and Supply points to increased meat production over the next 10 years according to Peter Duggan from the Strategic Information Services of Bord Bia Irish Food Board Source thepigsite com The expansion in production is expected to show the greatest increase in poultry beef and pork respectively Total Brazilian beef production will increase by 22 5 per cent in the next 10 years to reach 10 9 million tonnes by 2022 while its exports are forecast to increase by 29 per cent over the same period to 1 88 million tonnes For the first half of 2013 Brazil s Ministry of Agriculture Livestock and Supply reported that beef shipments from Brazil rose by 22 per cent to 679 000 tonnes compared to a year earlier while export values were 14 6 per cent higher than the previous year The biggest growth was recorded in exports to Hong Kong Algeria and Iran Poultry production is forecast to increase 46 per cent over the next 10 years helping Brazil to maintain its mantle as the world s largest chicken exporter at an estimated 4 67 million tonnes For the same period Brazilian pork production is forecast to expand 21 per cent to 4 2 million tonnes Helping the growth in the feed intensive pork and poultry industries is further expansion

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  • ASPROCER. Asociación de Productores de Cerdo
    Chain Official Programs Description Good Practices Animal Welfare Traceability Competitiveness Support Program ENVIRONMENT Descripction APL APL I APL II STATISTICS Exports Imports NEWS Indicators Corn Price 05 02 2016 169 USD T2 FOB Bs As US ton UF UTM Dollar Euro Sites of Interest CHILEPORK REP SAG PROCHILE DIRECON Other News Chilean pork exports marked a historical record 1 8 2016 Rabobank China s hog herd shrinking incredibly 8 21 2015 Livestock Sectors to Have Say on Centre of Excellence 7 14 2015 China demanding up to 25 more pork 7 10 2015 SAG and ASPROCER participate in the international event regarding PRRS 6 5 2015 The World Organization for Animal Health recognizes Chile as the only country in South America free of Classical Swine Fever 6 1 2015 Chile is considered the best country in Latin America in food safety by the global Food Securuty Index GFSI 7 26 2013 Chile is currently rated in place 26th worldwide and the Latin American country with the best food conditions and safety standards according to the Global Food Security Index GFSI Source ASPROCER The study was conducted in 107 countries earning the highest rating in affordability understood as the purchasing capacity

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