Organic grains are cultivated and packed safely being free from external impurities such that the highly consumable food organic soybean meal complements with the parameters such as aromatic taste and hygiene. It is unadulterated and good cattle feed.
Most U.S. retail food prices are showing little upward pressure thanks to seasonal price freezes by supermarket chains and strong competition among retailers but beef and poultry prices are rising in response to last year's U.S. drought which drove up the cost of corn and soybean feeds. The price freeze includes grocery, frozen foods, dairy and meat products covering name-brand and private brand.
Argentinean corn and soybean growers have suffered irreversible damage from hot, dry weather, scuppering the country’s harvest prospects and more than likely adding fuel to the grain market rally that skyrocketed prices to multi-year highs, according to Rabobank.
Pork processors don’t face the supply and retail price challenges that the beef industry is experiencing. High corn and soybean meal prices are issues, but pork producers can adjust production quicker in order to accommodate price issues. Forecasters are predicting that there will be plentiful supplies of pork into 2013 which may result in consumers looking at pork as an alternative meat selection to beef as prices remain high.