Justin Sherrard, global strategist animal protein, with Rabobank’s Food & Agribusiness Research (FAR) group, will present the latest data, projections and thinking on how much pork production and global meat trade, especially poultry, will be impacted by African swine fever at the 2019 Chicken Marketing Summit to be held July 21-23 at the Belmond Charleston Place in Charleston, South Carolina.

How much will U.S. chicken be affected by the current outbreak of African swine fever?  Will African swine fever force China to allow U.S. poultry imports once again?  If there is a protein shortage in China, it could mean more opportunities for other countries to fill the demand, which may benefit chicken in terms of higher prices for the next several years. Sherrard will address all these issues in his remarks at the Chicken Marketing Summit

The African swine fever epidemic in China and Southeast Asia will dramatically reduce pork production in Asia and increase demand for exports of all meats from other regions.  The disease outbreak not only has immediate-term consequences, but also the impact will shape the global economy and the future market landscapee for meat production.

Don’t miss this opportunity to find out how African swine fever will impact global meat trade for the next few years.  For more information about the Chicken Marketing Summit and to register.

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