International Animal Fats Bulletin

International Animal Fats Bulletin

Cattle slaughter in the Australian market continues to trend lower with seasonal shutdowns and a spike in COVID-19 cases in Victoria. Prices are unchanged this week, but there is risk for higher prices in the near term as continued, production slowdowns tighten up the tallow supply. Trading out of the New Zealand market was also unchanged.

EU fats were mostly unchanged this week, with the exception of UCO into Rotterdam. Offers are out at higher numbers ex-China, but thus far buyers have been unwilling to cross the spread to secure material. Estimates peg Chinese UCO collections at 70 percent capacity, while EU capacity is around 60 percent.

There has been a lot of down pressure in the US domestic fat market this week. Heavy production on poultry, cattle and…

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