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First phase of US-China trade deal signed

Under agreement, $40 billion to $50 billion in US agricultural goods would be purchased annually
U.S. President Donald Trump and Vice Premier Liu He of the Republic of China signed the first phase of the U.S.-China trade deal, which the Trump administration touts as a huge boost for American agriculture.
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ASF drives global poultry market in 2020

ASF is altering demand patterns for meat across the globe and across species, setting the poultry industry up to benefit from the pork sector's difficulties.
While some markets may be facing oversupply, China's continuing difficulties with African swine fever will provide opportunities for poultry and other animal protein suppliers.
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Are alternative proteins just a trend?

Large animal protein companies are expecting growth in their alternative protein portfolios, however, some have suggested they believe sales will hit a ceiling
I am afraid animal welfare and environmental concerns for a younger generation of consumers is going to play a bigger role in the demand for alternative proteins than we as livestock producers would like.
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US could find $1 billion poultry market in China

Resumption of trade with China will create immediate value from chicken paws that would have otherwise been rendered.
In 2020, U.S. poultry will be imported into China legally for the first time since 2014. The market will be worth as much as a $1 billion immediately and could be lucrative going forward, provided the door remains open.
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VIV MEA expanded for 2020 show in Abu Dhabi

The exhibition has shown continual growth since its launch in 2016 and will offer a feed-to-food concepts that brings together supply and demand within the complete animal protein chain
VIV MEA 2020 is presented as the international trade show from feed to food for the Middle East and Africa.
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