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    Producers also indicate they will modestly reduce the number of sows farrowing in coming months Farrowing intentions are down about one per cent for the spring quarter and down two per cent for the summer quarter If intentions materialize pork supplies will only increase by about one per cent in the fall of 2012 and early 2013 Why have producers not expanded in response to the profits they experienced over the past year There are several reasons starting with the large financial losses in 2008 and 2009 that depleted balance sheets The second is the uncertainty associated with feed prices including both corn and soybean meal after unfavorable weather began to reduce South American crop production in mid December Since that point May 2012 corn futures have increased by about 60 per bushel and May soybean meal futures have increased by nearly 100 per ton Together these have increased feed costs by about 6 per live hundredweight with each contributing roughly 3 to higher costs Pork producers are also aware that 2012 US crops have a high production potential but also realize an unfavorable growing season would threaten that potential Pork supplies in 2012 are expected to rise by about two per cent but demand is expected to absorb these modest increases Exports will remain an important component of that demand as USDA analysts expect export shipments to remain at record high levels Domestic demand should remain strong due to population increases near one per cent and to some consumers selecting pork as an alternative to high priced beef Beef availability will drop to just 55 pounds per person this year compared with 65 pounds five years ago Consumer beef prices are expected to rise nearly seven per cent this year from last year to 5 15 per pound as

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  • ASPROCER. Asociación de Productores de Cerdo
    the most critical information gaps to be addressed in the upcoming study Six objectives were identified Describe current US swine production practices including general management practices housing practices productivity disease prevention and mortality for five phases of production gestation farrowing nursery grow finish and wean to finish Describe trends in swine health and management practices Describe antibiotic usage patterns in pigs postweaning to market to control and treat disease and promote growth Evaluate presence of or exposure to select pathogens and characterize isolated organisms from biological specimens feces sera feed Update estimates of the economic cost of select respiratory neurologic gastrointestinal systemic and foodborne pathogens found in commercial swine herds and create estimates of the economic cost of different treatment approaches Study activities for participants with 100 or more pigs Participants with an inventory of 100 or more pigs in 13 States see map above will be asked to provide important health management and productivity information to characterize management practices in the swine industry Fecal blood and other biological specimens will be collected for analysis on a subset of operations Data collection will begin in July 2012 Representatives from NASS will visit or telephone randomly selected swine operations to complete a questionnaire NASS will identify producers interested in the next phase of the NAHMS Swine 2012 study administered by APHIS Beginning in September 2012 interested producers will be contacted by APHIS personnel for a follow up interview Biological specimens will be collected on a subset of operations Fecal samples will be evaluated for the presence of enteric bacteria that are considered to be foodborne pathogens Blood samples will be tested for evidence of host exposure to selected swine pathogens Study activities for participants with fewer than 100 pigs Participants on operations with an inventory of fewer than 100 pigs in 31 States AL AR AZ CA CO FL GA HI IA IL IN KS LA MI MN MO MS NC NE NJ NM NY OH OK PA SC SD TN TX WA and WI will be asked to provide important health management information about their operations Data collection will begin in July 2012 NASS will mail a short questionnaire tailored to smaller operations and if necessary follow up by telephone to assist in completing that questionnaire Benefits to the US pork industry from the Swine 2012 study In depth reports and information sheets will provide a national snapshot of current management health and productivity of the US swine herd Laboratory test results for biological specimens collected during the study will be returned to participating producers such as PRRS results for serum collected from sows and finishers or Salmonella results from fecal samples Serum aliquots will be added to the serum bank established in 1990 and made available to address emerging diseases or to elucidate the epidemiology of endemic diseases Objective data on antibiotic usage patterns in pigs postweaning to market will inform those engaged in the national debate on the use of antibiotics in swine Broad geographic representation of the

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  • ASPROCER. Asociación de Productores de Cerdo
    for Animal Health recognizes Chile as the only country in South America free of Classical Swine Fever 6 1 2015 Pork Imports to Increase on Strong Demand 4 2 2012 CHINA Pork imports have already hit the nadir and there seems to be no letup in demand considering that domestic supplies are likely to remain constrained for some time Source ThePigSite News Desk The gap between supply and demand is bound to increase within the next few years despite an expected recovery from diseases and the reduction of small scale pork farmers said Wang Xiaoyue a senior analyst at Beijing Orient Agribusiness Consultant Ltd China s pork imports will continue to rise due to strong demand and competitive pricing on imports he said The sharp decline in pork production last year led to record imports China s imports of pork and pork offal reached 1 35 million tons up 50 per cent over 2010 with the US being the largest exporter accounting for more than half of the total volume according to the General Administration of Customs At the same time China has also become a top lure for meat exporters as demand has been climbing steadily Most of the major pork exporting nations from Europe North and South America are knocking on China s doors China s imports of pork and pork offal reached their peak in 2008 with a volume of 910 000 tons In 2010 the country imported 900 000 tons of pork with Denmark being the major supplier followed by the United States Canada and France As a country develops economically the first quality of life aspect that improves at the household level is the carbohydrate to protein ratio on the daily diet Greater economic prosperity among consumers on the mainland has directly translated into higher

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  • ASPROCER. Asociación de Productores de Cerdo
    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 South Korean pig farmers rally as tariff free pork is shipped in 4 2 2012 South Korea s National Assembly plans to import 70 000 metric tonnes of pork belly tariff free in the second quarter is meeting with protest and measures by local farmers Source PigProgress net The Korea Swine Association says it will stop shipping pork Monday for an indefinite period until the National Assembly reverses its decision Pig farmers are all ready struggling with livestock feed and oil prices rising the association says and pork prices being driven down In light of the current situation South Korea s pig farmers are in they feel importing 70 000 tonnes tariff free represents unfair completion on the South Korean market In addition the US South Korea Free Trade Agreement is in effect and one of its outcomes is that the tariff for frozen pork has been lowered from

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  • ASPROCER. Asociación de Productores de Cerdo
    Food 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 ODEPA Director hold meetings in Argentina 3 28 2012 From Wednesday March 28 Gustavo Rojas director of the Office of Agricultural Studies and Policies ODEPA began a tour in Argentina where he will participate in several multilateral meetings related to forestry and agriculture sector Source Oficina de Estudios y Polìticas Agrarias ODEPA The director of ODEPA participate in the XIX Meeting of the Technical Meeting Coordination Network for Agricultural Policies

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  • ASPROCER. Asociación de Productores de Cerdo
    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 Korea to Extend Pork Tariff Quota undefined undefined 3 20 2012 South Korea will extend its tariff quotas for pork belly and dried peppers by three months to ensure their steady supply and help stabilize domestic prices the finance ministry said Tuesday Source ThePigSite News Desk Korea to Extend Pork Tariff Quota undefined undefined The tariff quotas for the two items will be extended till the end of June with Seoul to increase the pork belly quota by 70 000 tons The ministry said the quota for dried peppers has been raised to 11 185 tons from 6 185 tons The Korea Times reports that originally both quotas were scheduled to expire on 31 March The tariff quota system is used to help control the inflow of products from abroad that can affect local prices The government can expand the

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  • ASPROCER. Asociación de Productores de Cerdo
    pork than in January 2011 January pork imports were up 1 8 million pounds 2 9 per cent compared to a year ago In total 25 3 per cent of January pork production was exported That is the third largest monthly export share ever Pork imports equaled 3 3 per cent of January production The number of hogs imported during January was down 5 289 head 1 1 per cent from 12 months earlier Feeder pig imports were up 1 4 per cent during January but other hog imports were down 11 3 per cent January domestic retail pork demand was down 5 9 per cent compared to a year earlier but export demand for US pork was up 33 7 per cent The combination plus tight margins left packer demand for live hogs up 3 6 per cent compared to January 2011 The US South Korean free trade agreement went into effect on 15 March The agreement ends Korean tariffs on two thirds of US farm products with remaining tariffs phased out over the next 10 years Hog prices ended this week mostly steady with the previous Friday The national average negotiated carcass price for direct delivered hogs on the morning report today was 84 54 cwt down 7 cents from last Friday Both the western corn belt and Iowa Minnesota averaged 85 97 this morning The eastern corn belt had a morning average of 83 81 cwt Friday s top live hog price at Peoria was 60 cwt Zumbtota also had a top at 60 cwt The top for interior Missouri live hogs was 61 50 cwt up 75 from the previous Friday USDA s Thursday afternoon calculated pork cutout value was 82 73 cwt down 1 26 from the previous Thursday and the lowest since January 12

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  • ASPROCER. Asociación de Productores de Cerdo
    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 EU Pig Prices Situation Well balanced in EU Markets 3 14 2012 EU The European slaughter pig market proves to be in a steady shape this week Unchanged pig prices are quoted in almost all countries Source Thepigsite com In France alone the price had to be corrected downwards by as much as 5 cents The clear price gap between France and the other major pork producing EU countries had made the French companies having to tackle reduced competitiveness Given the latest price adjustments the French quotation exceeds the German price by 10 cents In Belgium the price went slightly down by 1 cent Supply and demand are quite well balanced in Germany Austria the Netherlands Italy and Denmark So no price changes are reported about from

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