Brazil and World

OIE recognize areas of Brazil as free from foot and mouth disease without vaccination

Brazil, the world's largest beef exporter, achieves recognition one more time for its sanitary quality. The World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) recognized the states of Paraná, Rio Grande do Sul, Acre, Rondônia and the regions of Amazonas and Mato Grosso as foot and mouth disease free areas without vaccination. None of the OIE members opposed the Brazilian request and, with 129 favorable votes and one abstention, these areas were approved on Thursday, the 27th.
The removal of the vaccine benefits export and the opening of new markets for Brazilian meat. Japan and South Korea, for example, only export bovine protein from areas where there is no vaccination.
“Brazilian producers know the importance of such status and, for this reason, they have worked hard to achieve it. Our slaughterhouses also work complying with strict sanitary measures and thus guarantees excellent quality meat for our international customers. Every year, Brazil breaks down new barriers and conquers different and more demanding markets,” says Fabio Leone, bovine protein manager at KITGarra.
Brazil and World

Booming market and reduced animal supply support beef price

Beef prices remain heated in Brazil and, according to a Farmnews survey, from January 1st to June 10th this year the average price was R$ 306.6 per arroba, a result 53.2% higher than observed in the same period of 2020 (R$ 200.2).
Brazil and World

Brazil increases pork shipments abroad by 18%

From January to May this year, Brazilian pork exports totaled 453.9 thousand tons, this result being 18.44% higher than the one shipped in the same period in 2020.
Brazil and World

Brazilian chicken exports reach the highest volume of the year

Chicken meat exports from Brazil reached the highest volume in 2021, with 383,181 tons, and corresponded to a historic record for the month of May.
Brazil and World

USDA estimates 5% growth in Brazilian meat exports

Brazilian meat exports should continue to grow and, this year, it is estimated that Brazil will increase its animal protein shipments to the world market by 5%.