Presentation on theme: "Brett Stuart Trade Analyst U.S. Meat Export Federation Future Potential and Challenges for U.S. Red Meat in the Global Marketplace UNL – ANSI Department."— Presentation transcript:
Brett Stuart Trade Analyst U.S. Meat Export Federation Future Potential and Challenges for U.S. Red Meat in the Global Marketplace UNL – ANSI Department May 4, 2005
USMEF Mission Statement “To increase the value and profitability of the U.S. beef, pork and lamb industries by enhancing demand for their products in targeted export markets through a dynamic partnership of all stakeholders.”
USMEF Offices & Representatives Taipei Singapore Guangzhou Denver Mexico City Sao Paulo Moscow London Beirut Osaka Tokyo Seoul Monterrey St. Petersburg Caracas Hong Kong Shanghai
USMEF Stakeholders Private Companies –Tyson –Swift & Company –Excel –National Beef –Hormel –Smithfield Agribusiness –Chicago Mercantile Exchange –Elanco Animal Health U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Nat’l & State Organizations –National Pork Board –Cattlemen’s Beef Board –United Soybean Board –American Farm Bureau Federation –National Cattlemen’s Beef Association –NE Beef Council –NE Corn Board –NE Dept of Ag –NE Soybean Board –American Meat Institute –National Pork Producers Council
Strategic Priorities Market Access Trade Support Market Presence Buyer Education and Loyalty Product Image Total Carcass Utilization
Relevance of Trade to U.S. Livestock Industries In 2003, we exported 12% of domestic beef production
U.S. Beef/BVM Exports as a Percent of Production Source: USDA, USMEF
Relevance of Trade to U.S. Livestock Industries In 2003, we exported 12% of domestic beef production –Impact on cattle prices (chart) In 2004, we exported 11% of domestic pork production
U.S. Pork and Pork Variety Meat Exports Source: USDA 14.3% Average Annual Growth - Volume
Relevance of Trade to U.S. Livestock Industries In 2003, we exported 12% of domestic beef production –Impact on cattle prices (chart) In 2004, we exported 11% of domestic pork production In 2003, we exported 320 million bu. of corn and 38 million bu. of soybeans through red meat
Relevance of Trade to U.S. Livestock Industries In 2003, we exported 12% of domestic beef production –Impact on cattle prices (chart) In 2004, we exported 11% of domestic pork production In 2003, we exported 320 million bu. of corn and 38 million bu. of soybeans through red meat Even indirect trade issues impact U.S. producers –(chart)
June LC Contract - 2002 On March 10, 2002 Russia banned U.S. poultry keeping 53 million pounds per week in the U.S. Source: Chicago Mercantile Exchange web site
Topics Promotional Efforts Global Demand and Competition Current Issues - BSE Challenges Outlook
Income and PCC of Meat -- Log Scale -- Estimate: 1% Increase in PCI Increases PCC 0.6% Source: FAO
Red Meat Demand Drivers Source: U.S. Census Bureau, World Bank, USDA/ERS
FAO Meat Consumption Forecasts Source: FAO +34% +108% +30% +57% +22% +44% +22% +64% % change from base year +29% +67%
China Factor World food demand will increase 50% over the next 20 years, paced by the growing population and greater affluence of China 1988 to 2002 In China –calories from animal sources +120% –calories from vegetable sources - unchanged In the Developing World –calories from animal sources +48% –calories from vegetable sources +4%.
Global Beef Market Share Source: USDA Estimates
Recent Developments Argentina receiving FMD clearance by region –Beef access agreement with China Brazil wants to double meat production in 10 years Uruguay is 100% USDA Process- Verified Canada (Maple Leaf) will be using DNA traceability for Japan in 2005 What is the U.S. doing?
Nebraska steer/heifer slaughter 2004=6.196 million head, or $619.6 million dollars lost in NE due to BSE bans, not considering other aspects of BSE losses (increased supplies, affiliated industry impact, etc)
Current Situation Perhaps the largest ‘non-issue’ issue in industry history 1.There is virtually zero risk of animal to human transmission –SRM removal 2.There is no risk of animal to animal transmission Then what is the issue?
Key Market Bans Japan U.S. beef/bvm exports of 384K mt worth $1.4 billion in 2003 Backed away from 100% testing; poor record of public health 64% of beef consumed is imported – half was U.S. Beef is 4 th protein source behind Fish, Pork, Poultry
Threats to U.S. Success Production built to domestic market –Our competitors have a very different perspective Traceability
Threats to U.S. Success Production built to domestic market –Our competitors have a very different perspective Traceability Funding sources –Checkoff uncertainty –Budget deficits will decrease future federal agriculture funding Protectionist attitudes –At home and abroad FTA’s –China / S. America? –Asian Free Trade Area?
Threats to U.S. Success (cont.) Inability to control food safety and animal health issues –FMD, BSE, etc Inability to develop standardized trading principles –Sovereignty rights vs. worldwide obligations –Non-tariff trade barriers: dumping cases, SPS issues, etc.
As Tariffs Fall…Other Measures Rise Source: Cato Institute Average Tariffs and Antidumping Measures (nontraditional users, 1987-1999)
U.S. has a 35% advantage over Australia/N.Z. compared to Jan. ‘03 Source: 2005 by Prof. Werner Antweiler, University of British Columbia, Vancouver BC, Canada
U.S. Pork Export Forecasts USDA and USMEF USMEF forecasts $2.2 billion in 2004
USMEF Beef Export Forecasts USDA and USMEF USMEF forecasts $3.9 Billion in 2003
2005 Outlook Continued weak U.S. dollar Global economic growth Bigger importers and exporters are emerging (specialization) Animal disease issues driving production/consumption trends China consumption and Brazil production Trade Policy –Will the Doha Round reach a conclusion? –CAFTA –Will TPA be renewed (expires in June - could be extended 2 years)
For more information: Brett Stuart firstname.lastname@example.org@usmef.org (303)623-6328 Or visit USMEF at www.usmef.org Questions ?