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African swine fever cases in Germany reach 36

September 29, 2020
Germany has confirmed one additional case of African swine fever in wild boar, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 36.

China suspends fish imports from Brazilian company because of coronavirus in the packaging

September 29, 2020
China will stop accepting import orders from a Brazilian fish processing company for a week because the packaging has testes positive for coronavirus.

Lithuania's grain exports soar 32% in August y-o-y

September 29, 2020
Lithuania’s grain exports soared by 32% in August from a year earlier to 443,700 tons, writes LETA/BNS.

Vietnam to sort out issues with U.S. and resume fruit exports

September 29, 2020
Vietnam will continue to work with the US to mitigate challenges related to its export of fresh fruits.

China sends first kiwi exports to Chile

September 28, 2020
An industrial park in Meixian County in Shaanxi Province dispatched 40 tons of kiwifruit for export to Santiago, Chile.

Red locusts destroy 500 hectares in Nambia

September 25, 2020
Namibia is struggling to contain the second outbreak this year of the African migratory red locust, which has destroyed 500 hectares of grazing land in the northeast.

Confirmed cases of African swine fever in Germany rise to 32

September 25, 2020
With three previously suspected cases of African swine fever (ASF) in wild boars in Brandenburg, northern Germany, being confirmed, the total number of confirmed ASF cases in Germany has risen to 32, the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) announced on Thursday.

USDA predictions: Turkey largest cherry producer in 2020/21

September 24, 2020
World cherry production is expected to increase by 60,000 tonnes to 3.9 million tonnes this year, as the increase in Turkey, Chile and China more than offset losses in the European Union and the United States caused by poor weather conditions.

Iraq bans import of 29 products

September 24, 2020
On Tuesday, the Iraqi Ministry of Agriculture banned the import of 29 agricultural crops and animal products due to their abundance in the local markets.

Invasive vine spotted in Stearns County, Minnesota

September 24, 2020
An invasive vine not seen in the United States for decades has been discovered in Stearns County, Minnesota.

Grant money available to Minnesota livestock owners for prevention of wolf attacks

September 24, 2020
New money is available to Minnesota livestock producers to help prevent wolf attacks.

Brazil buying Uruguayan soybeans to compensate for lowest stockpiles in decades

September 23, 2020
With stockpiles of oilseed at their lowest in decades, Brazil\'s Bunge SA is processing soybeans from Paraguay, and now also from Uruguay, which also plants over a million hectares of the oilseed.
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