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Global: Overseas agriculture-related information express (issue 424)

Australia
Argentina
Afghanistan
New Zealand
Market & Price Trends
Published Mar 2, 2024

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Australia is experiencing a surge in beef production, with an expected 8% increase in exports by 2023, primarily driven by Queensland. Meanwhile, Argentina's total exports have grown by 9.6% in January 2024, reaching US$4.498 billion, with a notable 278% increase in wheat exports. On the other hand, New Zealand's farming sector is under economic strain, with agricultural inflation at 16.3% and lamb prices dropping 20% below the five-year average, resulting in the lowest profitability in 15 years.
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1. According to recent data from the Australian Meat Association website, Australia has increased production capacity through the renovation and expansion of existing feedlots, and its breeding capacity has reached a new high. The annual beef export volume in 2023 will increase by 8%, with a record of 1.3 million beef cattle in December 2023. The breeding volume is recorded, an increase of 3% compared with the third quarter of 2023. Queensland continues to dominate the Australian beef cattle industry, accounting for half of the country with 750,000 head, a year-on-year increase of 11%. Australian beef exports are on an upward trend at the end of 2023. Export volume in the fourth quarter increased by 18% year-on-year. ​ 2. According to a recent report on Argentina's "Clarion" website, Argentina's total exports in January 2024 reached US$4.498 billion, a year-on-year increase of 9.6%. Among them, wheat exports performed strongly, with exports soaring to US$565 million, a ...
Source: Foodmate
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