January-May beef exports to China reached 64,763 mt valued at $474.7 million - each up about 1,200% year-over-year and already establishing new annual records. The United States is now the largest supplier of grain-fed beef to China and accounted for 4.4% of China's total beef imports in the first five months of the year Beef exports also reached a new volume high, while pork export volume was the third largest on record. While May beef exports were expected to far exceed last year's low totals, export volume soared to a record 133,440 metric tons (mt), up 68% from a year ago, and value increased 88% to $904.3 million The 2022 annual forecast for beef exports is 3.225 billion pounds, flat relative to 2021 due to limited exportable supplies. With respect to U.S. pork exports, ERS stated that, U.S. pork exports in March were 729 million pounds, almost 4 percent greater than a year ago. Shipments to Mexico, Japan, the Philippines, and South and Central. Expectations for U.S. beef exports to China this year are being tempered by the COVID-19 pandemic, but shipments have already begun and they're expected to continue strong despite the spread of. .34 million mt, but export value increased 3% to $3.63 billion. Led by larger shipments to Mexico and the Caribbean, May exports of U.S. lamb were the highest of 2021 at 1,377 mt (up 43% from a year ago), valued at $1.82 million (up 67%)
Beef export value equated to $433.18 per head of fed slaughter in May, up 53% from a year ago and breaking the previous record by more than $65. The January-May average was $361.29 per head, up 13%. Exports accounted for 17.6% of total May beef production and 14.9% for muscle cuts only, up dramatically from the year-ago ratios of 12.5% and 10.5% However, U.S. share of Japan's imports has increased from 40.6% to 43.7% as Japan is importing less from Australia and Canada while imports of certain U.S. products, including short plate and tongues, exceed last year. Beef exports to China set another record in September at 4,730 mt valued at $32.3 million, more than tripling last year.
May beef export volume soared to a record 133,400 metric tons, up 68 percent from a year ago, and value increased 88 percent. May pork exports totaled 283,600 metric tons, up 16 percent from a year ago and the third-largest on record. Export value exceeded $800 million for the first time in May, climbing 31 percent to $813.2 million Fueled by impressive growth in a wide range of destinations, U.S. beef export value shattered previous records in May, according to data released by USDA and compiled by the U.S. For the first four months of 2021, the portion of U.S. beef exports headed to China, Hong Kong or Taiwan equaled 22.3% of total shipments, compared to only 15.6% during the 2010s. The only other markets taking more U.S. beef through April of this year are Japan (24.6% of total shipments) and South Korea (24%) Beef exports to Japan, the largest U.S. beef export destination, decreased 23.5 percent in October and are down 10.6 percent year over year so far in 2019. The United States has been at a significant tariff disadvantage in Japan after withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement
The next U.S. Export Sales Report will be released on Thursday, July 15, 2021. UPDATE ESR Data API: USDA's Foreign Agricultural Service data API portal provides users the ability to obtain programmatic access to publicly available agricultural commodity data from the Export Sales Reporting System database. For more information about the data API portal click here May exports to Japan, the top volume destination for U.S. beef, rebounded to 30,721 (up 54% from a year ago) valued at $208.3 million (up 71%). Exports were impacted in April by a higher safeguard tariff rate, which Japan imposed for 30 days .3 million. Driven by record-large exports to South Korea, continued growth in China and a strong rebound in Japan and Taiwan, May marked the third. Beef exports reached a new volume high in May, while pork export volume was the third largest on record, according to export data released by the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) last week. The outstanding May performance is especially gratifying when you consider where red meat exports stood a year ago, said USMEF CEO Dan Halstrom
The data, compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF), shows beef exports totaled 105,047 metric tons (mt) in January, down 2% from a year ago, while value slipped 3% to $653 million.. But. Japan's Beef Situation, calendar year, mt. Production. Imports. Marketing quantity. Opportunities: Over Thirty Month Beef Access • U.S. beef exports to Japan could increase by $150 to >$200 million annually or +7 to 10% • Export demand expected for high-demand Japan cuts Beef exports to Canada are down 13.5 percent year over year for the first four months of the year but are up 7.9 percent compared to 2019. Canada ranks number five as a destination for U.S. beef exports with an 8.2 percent share of total exports thus far in 2021
However, exports recovered by year-end with combined November and December beef exports up 12.6 percent year over year. Figure 1 shows the shares of U.S. beef exports in 2020. Japan is the largest market for U.S. beef, increasing by 3.7 percent in 2020, to the second highest level ever, after declining in 2019 from the 2018 all-time peak U.S. beef exports posted one of the best months on record in November, according to data released by USDA and compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF). November was also a strong month for pork exports, which already surpassed the full-year volume and value records set in 2019 April exports of U.S. beef set another new value record at $808.3 million, up 35% from a year ago, with export volume reaching 121,050 metric tons (mt) - up 23% year-over-year and the fifth largest on record. For beef muscle cuts, exports were the third largest ever at 94,656 mt (up 21%), valued at a record $726.7 million (up 36%) May exports of U.S. lamb were the highest of 2021 at 1,377 mt, up 43% from a year ago, and valued at $1.82 million, up 67%. Through May, exports were 53% above last year's pace at 5,733 mt, with. Beef exports also reached a new volume high in May, while pork export volume was the third largest on record. The outstanding May performance is especially gratifying when you consider where red meat exports stood a year ago, noted USMEF President and CEO Dan Halstrom
U.S. beef and pork export value shattered previous records in May, according to the U.S. Meat Export Federation. Announced this week, beef exports also reached a new volume high in May, while pork export volume was the third-largest on record. USMEF President and CEO Dan Halstrom states, The outstanding May performance is especially gratifying when you consider where red meat exports stood. According to the U.S. Meat Export Federation, exports rise to $8.33 billion, shattering the previous year's record by more than $1 billion and representing a 15 percent increase in dollar terms According to a report from the U.S. Meat Export Federation, pork exports soared to 282,145 metric tons (311,011 U.S. tons) in December, up 34% year-over-year and surpassing the previous high (set in November 2019) by 9%. Export value was $760 million, up a remarkable 44% from a year ago and breaking the previous record (also from November 2019) by 7% Fueled by impressive growth in a wide range of destinations, U.S. beef and pork export value shattered previous records in May, according to data released by USDA and compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF). Beef exports also reached a new volume high in May, while pork export volume was the third largest on.
[ July 8, 2021 ] USTR Meets with USMCA Trade Representatives News [ July 8, 2021 ] Broad-Based Growth Drives U.S. Beef and Pork Exports to New Heights News [ July 8, 2021 ] NIFA Invests $14 Million in Animal Health and Disease Research News [ July 8, 2021 ] Zoetis Donating COVID-19 Vaccines to Support Zoo Animals New August exports accounted for 14% of total U.S. beef production and 11.3% for muscle cuts only, down from 14.3% and 12.2%, respectively, last year. Through the first eight months of the year, exports accounted for 14.2% of total beef production and 11.6% for muscle cuts, down from 14.6% and 12.1%, respectively, in 2018 The USMEF estimates a global 10% increase in U.S. beef exports this year -- but Seng says the wild cards in that equation are weather and global grain prices. Feed costs from grain make up more. Announced this week, beef exports also reached a new volume high in May, while pork export volume was the third-largest on record. USMEF President and CEO Dan Halstrom states, The outstanding May performance is especially gratifying when you consider where red meat exports stood a year ago. May beef export volume soared to a record. British beef is back on US menus for the first time in more than 20 years as exports restart on Wednesday. The beef was banned after the BSE outbreak in 1996 when cattle were infected by what.
Figure 3. World Meat Exports and U.S. Share of World Meat Exports Beef The U.S. is the world's largest beef producer, followed by Brazil. In 2014 the U.S. produced 18.5% (11.076 million MT CWE) of the world total beef and veal (59.746 million MT CWE). The U.S. is also a major player in world beef trade BUENOS AIRES, July 13 (R) - Argentina's beef exports had a year-on-year drop of 6.6% in May, to 55,700 tonnes, due to a suspension of shipments that took effect in the second half of that month, the country's CICCRA meat industry chamber said in a report on Tuesday.Argentina is the world's fifth biggest beef supplier, mostly to China U.S. beef is also coming off a record year in Taiwan, and could set new highs in 2020. October exports to Taiwan reached 5,877 mt (up 15% from a year ago) valued at $46.7 million (up 9%)
The Outlook stated that, U.S. agricultural exports in Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 are projected at $139.0 billion, up $2.0 billion from the August forecast, driven by higher soybean, pork, and dairy export forecasts. Soybean exports are up $1.2 billion to $18.0 billion as a result of higher unit values February exports of U.S. pork and beef fell below last year's levels while lamb exports trended higher, according to statistics released by the USDA and compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation. Pork export volume was down 9% from a year ago in February to 186,745 metric tons, while export value dropped 17% to $455.9 million — the lowest. U.S. beef in demand, exports surge this year Posted on June 6, 2017 by Shekhar Ghosh in Agriculture , Food The United States has eclipsed all its competitors since the beginning of this year to become world's largest exporter of beef, thanks to a demand surge from markets such as Japan, South Korea and Mexico U.S. beef and pork exports set new value records in May, according to the latest data released by USDA. USMEF president and CEO Dan Halstrom discusses the data in this report Under the agreement, U.S. beef exports to the 28-member European Union will increase by 46 percent within one year
USDA estimates this expanded access could increase U.S. beef and beef product exports to Japan by up to $200 million each year. The agreement, struck on the sidelines of last week's G-20. In 1993, a year before NAFTA was implemented, the U.S. exported about $43 billion worth of agricultural products, according to USDA's calendar year export data. By 2007, agricultural exports had. Among U.S. states, Texas is second in total animal product exports and sixth in total plant product exports. In terms of revenue generated, Texas's top five agricultural products are cotton, beef cattle and veal, feed grain products, dairy products and sorghum The supply situation is still relatively short in China, and the outlook for the balance of the year remains positive as far as exports of pork from the U.S. The beef side saw some gains U.S. total beef and veal imports and exports 2006-2021. This statistic shows the total amount of beef and veal imported and exported by the United States from 2006 to 2021. In 2015, almost 2.3.
Mexico was the only major destination for U.S. beef to show a decline in 2010, and even that market is showing substantial improvement, USMEF said. For the year, beef exports to Mexico were down 15 percent in volume (247,614 metric tons) and 10 percent in value ($819.1 million). For the third consecutive month, December exports to Mexico. Figure 2. provides a comparison of U.S. Beef and Veal Exports from 2020, 2019, and the 5-year average of 2014 - 2018. As you can see, U.S. Beef Exports have declined significantly since the pandemic started in March Beef exports totaled 133,440 tonnes that were worth $904.3 million, 88 per cent more than a year ago. Record were set for exports to South Korea and China sales to Japan and Taiwan have rebounded. Mexico was also a big buyer. For January through May, pork exports were slightly below last year's record pace at 1.34 million tonnes, but export. Overall U.S. beef trade with Mexico and Canada increased from 1,211.77 million pounds in 1997 to 1,904.78 million pounds in 2002 (fig. 6). Total beef trade including hides was $2.5 billion in 2002, an increase of $906.7 million from 1997 (table 6). Fig. 6. Total U.S. Beef Trade 1997-2002 (Exports and Imports) A total of 105,486 metric tonnes (mt) of U.S. beef exports were exported in January, up +9 % percent year-over-year, with export value also increasing +21% to US$624.4 million in the period
2017 was a record-breaking year for U.S. red meat exports, with beef export value exceeding $7 billion for only the second time and pork exports easily surpassing the previous year's volume record, according to data released by USDA and compiled by USMEF. Beef exports totaled 1.26 million metric tons (mt), up 6 percent from 2016 If China and Russia reopened their borders to U.S. beef, Schuele said he could see U.S. beef exports go from 14 percent of the total supply into the high teens. By comparison, the U.S. pork. Allowing this type of competition for tariff-free beef imports has essentially placed a ceiling on the U.S. portion of exports to the EU. As the figure above shows, U.S. beef exports to the EU has consistently averaged around 16,500 metric tons per year, less than half of what the original MOU discussed UF/IFAS Beef Economist, Chris Prevatt, expects lbs of beef exported to exceed imports in 2020. U.S. beef producers receive about $300/head in additional premiums as a result of export values in fed cattle. According to Prevatt, the cow-calf producer receives approximately $24/cwt in added value to feeder calves as a result of U.S. beef exports
Beef exports continue to run lower than a year ago through November, down 6% in volume and 7% in value. Pork exports were steady in November compared to a year ago, while values were down 2%. The USMEF says although China/Hong Kong remained the largest destination for U.S. pork in November, momentum continued to build in other markets including. U.S. beef and pork export values from May showed impressive growth, even shattering previous records, according to the USDA. The newly released U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) data stated pork export volume reached its third largest on record while beef exports reached a new volume high altogether (up 68% from a year ago) A strong Brazil soybean export pace and weak currency added headwinds to U.S. sales over the past months. Wednesday's report added that, FY 2021 livestock, poultry, and dairy exports are forecast up $500 million from 2020 to $32.3 billion on growth in beef, poultry products, and dairy
Peru's stellar economic performance over the last 15 years has been instrumental in driving consumer preferences towards high-quality products. Almost 80% of U.S. beef exports go through the food service channel which represents 6% of GDP. U.S. beef and offal exports have experienced a recovery during the first three months of the year Exports totaled 1.26 million metric tons, the fourth largest volume on record, and the second largest of the post-bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) era, with beef export values reaching a record $7.27 billion, a 15% increase from 2016 (U.S. Meat Export Federation, 2017b)
Japan is already the biggest export market for U.S. beef, with sales of $2.1 billion last year. The U.S. Meat Export Federation, an industry group that represents suppliers, projects American beef. The U.S. now exports more meat than ever before, growing from less than 2% of production in 1960 to about 23% of pork, 16% of chicken, and 11% of beef in 2019, USDA data show
Montana was the 47th largest state exporter of goods in 2018. In 2018, Montana goods exports were $1.7 billion, an increase of 19 percent ($272 million) from its export level in 2008. Goods exports accounted for 3.4 percent of Montana GDP in 2018. Montana goods exports in 2016 (latest year available) supported an estimated 13 thousand jobs And this year, it is on track for its biggest year ever, having already shipped 33,000 tons of beef to the United States, according to trade data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. This small Central American country - the size of Mississippi - now exports more than 90% of its beef, with the U.S. as its biggest customer U.S. trade officials set out steps necessary for China to resume imports of American beef after a 13-year ban, though they didn't lay out a timetable for the resumption of trade
The value of U.S. beef exports in 2018 reached a record $8.4 billion, Department of Agriculture data show. The announcement comes as Trump feuds with Europe over various trade issues U.S. beef export sales to Japan soared to the highest in more than two years last week following Tokyo's decision to ease import rules related to the outbreak of mad cow disease in 2003, government data showed on Friday. Japan, once the top market for U.S. beef, on Feb U.S. beef imports in South Korea made up a $504 million industry for the American beef industry in 2010. The import of U.S. beef was banned in 2003 in South Korea and in other nations after a case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy was discovered in the United States. At the time, South Korea was the third-largest purchaser of U.S. beef exports, with an estimated market value of $815 million U.S. cattle ranchers and investors are sinking hundreds of millions of dollars into new beef plants after temporary closures of massive slaughterhouses at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic left. Argentina Says Deal on Re-Opening Beef Exports May Be Close, Talks Continue A cow is seen at a farm in Saladillo, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina May 20, 2021. Picture taken May 20, 2021
By Maximilian HeathBUENOS AIRES, Sept 30 (R) - Argentina is expected to export about 870,000 tonnes of beef to China this year, the main destination for the South American country's renowned red meat, matching last year's exports despite the global pandemic, a local meat chamber said on Wednesday.Argentina is a major global food suppliers and China is an avid consumer of its beef Saudi Arabia has announced that it has lifted a ban on U.S. beef exports, which was enacted four years ago after a mad cow disease scare. We are pleased that Saudi Arabia and the United States have reached an agreement to reopen the Saudi Arabia market to U.S. beef and beef products following a four year ban due to an atypical case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy in the United States in. These three countries account for 58.7 per cent of all the beef exports in the world. India itself accounts for 23.5 per cent of global beef exports. This is up from a 20.8 per cent share last year Japan will await results of a U.S. investigation to determine the penalty for the Tyson factory, the ministry said. Japan banned all U.S. beef imports in 2003 after the first case of mad cow disease was discovered in the United States. Japan resumed buying American beef in 2006 after a bilateral trade agreement setting new safety standards U.S. Bison beef and beef products In addition, slaughter dates in month/year format must be included in the Remarks section of FSIS 9060-5. Date ranges are acceptable. to move into any other country that requires export certification if the documents are not issued prior to leaving the U.S. Plants Eligible to Export
The U.S. exports over 1 million metric tons of beef a year, worth $6.3 billion. Mexico is its largest export market, followed by Japan, South Korea and Canada. China is already the world's second. Trade tensions between China and Australia have provoked China to buy more U.S. beef, clearing the way for Brazil to export more beef to the U.S., according to a R report. As of May, Brazilian beef shipments to the U.S. rose 165.6 percent to 33,800 tons. In May alone, exports surged 186 percent