PLOS 27/01/16 Dynamics of Cattle Production in Brazil. Abstract Movement of livestock production within a country or region has implications for genetics, adaptation, well-being, nutrition, and production logistics, particularly in continental-sized countries, such as Brazil.
Cattle production in Brazil from 1977 to 2011 was spatialized, and the annual midpoint of production was calculated. Changes in the relative production and acceleration of production were calculated and spatialized using ARCGIS®. Cluster and canonical discriminant analyses were performed to further highlight differences between regions in terms of cattle production. The mean production point has moved from the Center of Minas Gerais State (in the southeast region) to the North of Goiás State (in the Midwest region). Prod. vol.26 no.3 São Paulo July/Sept. 2016 Epub May 06, 2016 Complementarity in the adoption of traceability of beef cattle in Brazil.
R. Bras. Zootec. vol.44 no.6 Viçosa June 2015 Conceptual model to identify factors with influence in Brazilian beef consumption. References.
R. Bras. Zootec. vol.44 no.6 Viçosa June 2015 Conceptual model to identify factors with influence in Brazilian beef consumption. R. Bras. Zootec. vol.42 no.11 Viçosa Nov. 2013 Determinants of feedlot adoption by beef cattle farmers in the state of São Paulo. Determinants of feedlot adoption by beef cattle farmers in the state of São Paulo Marcelo José CarrerI; Hildo Meirelles de Souza FilhoI; Marcela de Mello Brandão VinholisII IUniversidade Federal de São Carlos, São Carlos, SP, Brasil IIEmbrapa Pecuária Sudeste, São Carlos, SP, Brasil The objective of this study was to identify the factors determining the adoption of feedlot by beef cattle farmers in the state of São Paulo, Brazil.
For this purpose, primary data were collected among a sample of 84 farmers. The data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and a logit model. Key words: technology adoption, productivity, public policies Introduction The Brazilian beef cattle farming is marked by its great diversity and technological heterogeneity. According to several studies (Peixoto et al., 1989; Wedekin & Amaral, 1991; Restle, 1999; Cezar et al., 2005), feedlots present the highest technological intensity of any production system in Brazil. Material and Methods. Centro de Energia Nuclear na Agricultura 07/08/14 Thèse en ligne : Greenhouse gas emission on Brazilian beef production: from experimental data to farm-scale modeling. Doctoral Thesis Document Author Full name André Mancebo Mazzetto.
AGRICULTURA_GOV_BR - JUILLET 2013 - Beta-agonistas: Plano Nacional de Controle de Resíduos e Contaminantes – PNCRC, do Ministério da Agricultura, Pecuária e Abastecimento – MAPA versus - Restrições Comerciais de Países Importadores de Carne Bovina do Bras.
AGRICULTURA_GOV_BR - JUILLET 2013 - Beta-agonistas: Plano Nacional de Controle de Resíduos e Contaminantes – PNCRC, do Ministério da Agricultura, Pecuária e Abastecimento – MAPA versus - Restrições Comerciais de Países Importadores de Carne Bovina do Brasil – guatemalt
Revista de Administração Contemporânea, vol. 10, núm. Esp, 2006, The Role of Food Standards in International Trade: Assessing th.
Revista de Administração Contemporânea, vol. 10, núm. Esp, 2006, The Role of Food Standards in International Trade: Assessing the Brazilian Beef Chain – guatemalt
Greater impact on the environment than we realize. Increased export of Brazilian beef indirectly leads to deforestation in the Amazon.
New research from Chalmers and SIK that was recently published in Environmental Science & Technology shows that impact on the climate is much greater than current estimates indicate. The researchers are now demanding that indirect effect on land be included when determining a product's carbon footprint. "If this aspect is not taken into consideration, there is a risk of the wrong signals being sent to policy makers and consumers, and we become guilty of underestimating the impact Brazilian beef has on the climate," says Sverker Molander, Professor Environmental Systems Analysis and one of the researchers responsible for the article.
In Brazil, beef production is the major cause of deforestation in the Amazon. The consequence is not only that valuable rainforest disappears – deforestation also adds to the greenhouse effect. "The basic problem is that we are eating an increasing amount of meat. Associacion of Brazilian Beef Exporters. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question P-011411-12 Beef imports from Brazil â€” atypical form of BSE. On 7 December 2012, the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) confirmed the discovery of an atypical form of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in the region of Paraná in Brazil(1).
This atypical form had already arisen in a 13-year-old mother cow in December 2010. After an initial negative test for BSE in April 2011 at a laboratory in Brazil, the sample was sent to another institute in Brazil, where in June 2012 — i.e. 14 months after the first test and 19 months after the condition had arisen — the sample was found to be infected with BSE. On 6 December 2012 — two years after the death of the BSE-infected cow — the OIE confirmed, by means of the third test in total, the existence of a new atypical form of BSE. On the basis of this information, Japan, China and South Africa banned imports of Brazilian beef. 1. 2.
UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO RIO - 2009 - Thèse en ligne : Embargos a carne bovina brasileira : Estudo de casos no Ambito dos acordos. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question: E-4491/2010 Protection de la sécurité alimentaire dans le cadre des importations de boe. L'importation de viande bovine, plus précisément de bœuf brésilien, représente un élément fondamental de la reprise des négociations concernant les échanges commerciaux entre l'Union européenne et le Mercosur.
Les associations de producteurs locaux jugent que le processus de traçabilité défini dans le droit de l'Union, et qui recourt à des puces électroniques ou à des petites plaques d'identification, est trop coûteux et trop complexe pour les éleveurs brésiliens: ces pratiques ont un impact considérable sur le prix final du produit destiné à l'abattage. En 2008, on a pu observer une chute des importations de viande brésilienne due à l'insuffisance des mesures sanitaires, aucune certification ne garantissant que les animaux n'étaient pas atteints de la fièvre aphteuse. 1. 2. PLEINCHAMP 22/10/13 Bovins viande - Le Brésil exporte toujours plus et convoite de nouveaux marchés.
Le Brésil compte millions de têtes de bétail (DR) "En cumulé entre janvier et septembre, le volume des exportations a augmenté de 19,4% par rapport à la même période l'an dernier", indique l'Association Brésilienne des Industries Exportatrices de Viande (Abiec).
Au total les ventes à l'étranger auraient atteint 1,085 million de tonnes pour une facturation de 4,8 milliards de dollars. Cette croissance s'explique notamment par le taux de change : la faiblesse du real aide en effet le Brésil à exporter.