quarta-feira, 19 de julho, 2017

Cold will affect the price of the boi, which is falling

The hangover of the sequence of crises experienced by the meat industry continues pushing oxen prices down. The rancher now faces a new problem: the cold weather. The low temperatures limit the development of pasture, Mariane Crespolini, a researcher at the second Cepea (Center for advanced studies in applied economics). The producer who is with the cattle ready for slaughter will not be able to postpone the sale of livestock due to the bad conditions of the pasture. This increases the supply and prices should remain low. The poor quality of the pastures is more a factor of pressure on beef prices, which was already falling. Last month, the at sign came to be traded the R $112.9 in Mato Grosso State, which has the largest herd in the country. On average for the month, prices have been in R $115.68, with drop of 13% compared to the same period in 2016. The data are of the Investigation (Instituto Mato-Grossense Agricultural Economy), which tracks daily prices of oxen in the State of Mato Grosso.
Notícias Agrícolas - 19/07/2017 Noticia traduzida automaticamente
clique AQUI para ver a original
Outras noticias
DATAMARK LTDA. © Copyright 1998-2019 ®All rights reserved.Av. Brig. Faria Lima,1993 3º andar 01452-001 São Paulo/SP