2019 pork and soy market predictions

What will 2019 hold for the global pig and soy industries with ASF continuing its course and trade tensions running high?
calendar icon 28 January 2019
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[1] IQC Insights – African swine fever in China: 87 cases and counting.
[2] USDA Hogs and Pork update.
[3] Steve Meyer, Economist at Kerns and Associates. December 4, 2018.
[4] Dr Dermot Hayes, Iowa State University. Department of Economics.
[5] Agriculture Information Management System (Ag-IMS).
[6] USDA Pork and Hogs, World Markets and Trade.
[7] USDA Pork market outlook.
[8] Canada West Foundation. The Art of the Trade Deal: Quantifying the benefits of a TPP without the United States.
[9] Carlos Dade, Trade Director, Canada West Foundation.
[10] USDA, Japan-EU Trade Agreement threatens US pork exports to Japan.
[11] Reuters, Brazil exports 80 percent of soy to China in January-August: agriculture ministry.
[12] USDA oilseed market report.
[13] USDA world agricultural supply and demand estimates.
[14] AgUpdate, Brazil’s soy crushers run out of beans.
[15] Successful Farming.
[16] AHDB, UK pig meat imports.
[17] Pork Business. Will the pork industry have a better 2019?
[18] Pork Checkoff. Mexico: US pork’s leading volume market.
[19] Pork Checkoff. US pork exports: September trade update.
[20] FAO Food Outlook.
[21] FAO Agricultural Outlook.
China continues to be the biggest importer, producer and consumer of pork products globally
China continues to be the biggest importer, producer and consumer of pork products globally
FAO international meat price index 2013-2018
FAO international meat price index 2013-2018

© Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, November 2018 Food Outlook biannual report of global food markets.

FAO world meat market at a glance
FAO world meat market at a glance

© Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, November 2018 Food Outlook biannual report of global food markets.

US and EU exports are predicted to continue growth this year due to strong global demands
US and EU exports are predicted to continue growth this year due to strong global demands

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