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Record-Breaking Performance for U.S. Beef and Pork Exports in March

first_img Record-Breaking Performance for U.S. Beef and Pork Exports in March U.S. red meat exports ended the first quarter on a high note. The U.S. Meat Export Federation reports March beef and pork exports each posted the highest monthly value on record. Pork exports and shipments of beef muscle cuts also set new volume records in March.Beef exports totaled 124,800 metric tons in March, up eight percent from a year ago. Export value broke the $800 million mark for the first time at $801.9 million, up 14 percent year-over-year. March highlights for U.S. beef included record exports to China, Honduras and the Philippines and strong results in South Korea, Chile and Colombia.March pork exports were record-large at 294,700 metric tons, up one percent from last year’s strong total, and set a new value record at $794.9 million, up four percent.USMEF President and CEO Dan Halstrom says, “It’s very gratifying to see such an outstanding breakout month for U.S. beef and pork exports.” Facebook Twitter By NAFB News Service – May 6, 2021 Facebook Twitter SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News Record-Breaking Performance for U.S. Beef and Pork Exports in March SHARE Previous articleCME Group Permanently Closing Physical Trading PitsNext articleBiden Administration Announces America the Beautiful Proposal NAFB News Servicelast_img read more

Donegal Councillors to write to Minister Phil Hogan opposing water charge plan

first_img Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Google+ Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Facebook Facebook Google+ Twitter Donegal County Council has backed a motion calling for the abandonment of plans to impose domestic water charges. The issue was raised by Cllr Jack Murray, who moved a lengthy motion condemning the lack of investment in water infrastructure, and stating that the central taxation system is the only equitable way to get people to pay for water.Anything else, he argued, is putting further pressure on people who are already struggling as a result of the recession and cuts in wages and benefits.Cllr Murray says a similar motion is being brought to every local council in the country, and he’s hopeful a clear demand from local councils will prompt Environment Minister Phil Hogan to change his mind……………[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/murry530.mp3[/podcast] Pinterest Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Twittercenter_img By News Highland – June 27, 2011 Donegal Councillors to write to Minister Phil Hogan opposing water charge plan Previous articleCouncil supports Gallagher but formal nomination can’t be made until autumnNext articleCouncillor McBride elected Mayor News Highland WhatsApp WhatsApp Pinterest Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Newsx Advertslast_img read more

COVID-19: Uttarakhand HC Directs Rapid Anti-Body Tests At Border Points For Surveillance Of Returning Persons [Read Order]

first_imgNews UpdatesCOVID-19: Uttarakhand HC Directs Rapid Anti-Body Tests At Border Points For Surveillance Of Returning Persons [Read Order] MEHAL JAIN20 May 2020 9:00 PMShare This – xNoting that mere thermal screening and general clinical examination being performed at state borders on repatriating persons is not sufficient, the Uttarakhand High Court on Wednesday directed that rapid anti-body test be carried out at the borders for surveillance purposes alone, on an experimental basis. The Court has expressed its concern that “presently the efforts which are being made…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginNoting that mere thermal screening and general clinical examination being performed at state borders on repatriating persons is not sufficient, the Uttarakhand High Court on Wednesday directed that rapid anti-body test be carried out at the borders for surveillance purposes alone, on an experimental basis. The Court has expressed its concern that “presently the efforts which are being made by the State Authorities, particularly at the borders of Uttarakhand, are not sufficient to check the return of persons, who are coming more rapidly in ever-increasing numbers”. Calling the situation “absolutely alarming”, the Division Bench observed it is “afraid” that “many of them may be infected with the virus”. “We say this as admittedly COVID-19 positive cases have been detected in far-flung places like ‘Betal Ghat’ in Nainital, Uttarkashi, Tehri, Almora and many other interior hill districts. All this has happened after opening up after the lockdown”, said the bench comprising Justices Sudhanshu Dhulia and Ravindra Maithani. “More than two lakh persons are likely to come to Uttarakhand since the opening of the state borders. More than ninety thousand persons have already reached Uttarakhand. The remaining are coming on daily basis and roughly 6000 – 7000 persons are entering Uttarakhand from various border points each day”, acknowledged the bench. “We are not against the arrival of the people. They have every right to come”, clarified the Court, proceeding to state that their only concern is that “in these difficult times there must be a proper screening at the borders”. The bench noted that it is admitted by the State Authorities as well that he present tests which are being done on the borders, are only limited to thermal screening and general clinical examination, and that this is not a sufficient measure and “we can do better”. After a discussion int his behalf with the Advocate General, the ASG and the state authorities, the bench issued the following directions: 1. At each border point, the State Government shall make every possible effort to establish and make functional quarantine centers. In these quarantine centers, all such returnees who are coming from red zones shall be kept for a period of one week. Out of these quarantined persons, those who have necessary symptoms, as per the guidelines of ICMR, shall be tested for RT-PCR. 2. Although rapid antibody test has not been approved by ICMR for diagnostic purposes, but since the result of this test is available in much less time, such tests can be used for surveillance purposes alone. “At Least it would be a better surveillance than the surveillance by thermal screening!”, commented the bench. The Court recorded the statement on behalf of the ICMR that it has no objection if rapid testing is done only for surveillance purposes. “But this decision has to be taken by the State Authorities”, the bench added. The ICMR has also recommended certain manufacturers, who make rapid testing. “The Secretary, Health, Government of India has fairly admitted that this test can be done on an experiment basis at border points and subject to its success or failure will be implemented further or discontinued”, the bench appreciated. 3. It proceeded to direct that “Let the rapid test kit be procured immediately and testing be done by this method, on experiment basis at the border points”. 4. Besides, it noted that the ICMR has approved a testing kit, called “Elisa” Kit, under Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme, which can be made available to the State Government. Such tests have already been performed in District Pauri Garhwal of Uttarakhand. “Let it be done for surveillance purposes in other districts as well”, the court required. Finally, the bench took on record the ASG’s assurance that as and when the State Government makes a requisition of these kits, the same shall be supplied to them, depending upon their requirement, without any further delay. The Court has required a progress report to be filed in this behalf.Click here to download the OrderNext Storylast_img read more

Reinforcements met the Expectations, Garcia satisfied with Džeko and Salah

first_imgIn the first round of the Italian Serie A, Verona and Roma played 1: 1, and coach of Roma, Rudi Garcia, despite the tie result, praised the performance of B&H national team captain Edin Džeko and Egypt international Mohamed Salah, two players who arrived in the club this summer.Garcia said that he is very satisfied with reinforcements after their first match in the national championship.“Edin played very well in the first half of the match, and he had a good chance at the end as well, but we lacked rhythm, we were not fast enough, nor did we have width of the game. We corrected it by introducing Iago Falquea, who ‘stretched’ defense of Verona. We knew that it will be difficult on Bentegodi, it will be hard for all the other teams that come here as well. We could achieve more points, a collective approach was very good, and we are on the good track, but it was not enough to win against Verona, “said Garcia.He expects better performance and better efficiency of his attackers.“We could have played better in offense, we made some excess moves, however, the condition of this terrain stopped us from playing it at first,” said the coach of Roma.He particularly emphasized that Džeko needs some time to completely fit in the team.“We need to keep in mind that Edin has just recently arrived and he played only one friendly match with us, while Mohamed also had just a little time to adjust. Edin played at first in the first half of the match and that is what we were lacking on the other positions. Salah was close to score and he wanted to stay longer on the field, but the players need to know that I need all of them through the whole season,” concluded Garcia. (Source: klix.ba)last_img read more