Animal Proteins

If you trade in animal proteins, our price discovery methods will give you the tools you need to make minute-by-minute market decisions. Our combination of price discovery and expert analysis is delivered to you in a coherent and brief but comprehensive report to inform your planning and forecasting.

We track regulatory directives, tariffs and various trade barriers that could affect market direction, movement or dynamics, allowing you the opportunity to anticipate and respond to market changes with a decided advantage.

As a subscriber, you will also have access to The Jacobsen’s International Animal Proteins Bulletin, a weekly price guide with commentary covering major Asian, Australian, New Zealand and Northern/Southern American proteins markets. Content is provided by The Jacobsen market analysts from these regions, as well as a number of sources in those regions.

We gather data and trends in the following market streams:

  • Meat & Bone Meal (Ruminant & Porcine)
  • Dry Rendered Tankage Ruminant
  • Bloodmeal (Ruminate, Porcine & Poultry)
  • Feathermeal
  • Poultry By-Product Meal
  • Chicken Meal (Pet Food Grade & Feed Grade)

We also track the following International streams on a weekly basis, every Thursday:

  • Meat and Bone Meal Export Australia and New Zealand
  • Ovine Meal Export New Zealand
  • Pet Food Grade Poultry Meal Export North America and Australia
  • Feathermeal export Australia and North America
  • Meat and Bone Meal Delivered Indonesia and China
  • Bloodmeal exports New Zealand and Australia

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06.24.2024

Stable biodiesel production leaves supply, prices unchanged in crude glycerin market

Stable biodiesel production leaves supply, prices unchanged in crude glycerin market

Glycerin prices held steady on Monday June 24, with producers and traders reporting little change to begin the week.

Crude glycerin traders were quoting the market in the...

06.24.2024

Cattle slaughter continues to lag 2022, 2023 levels

Cattle slaughter continues to lag 2022, 2023 levels

Six cars of technical tallow traded at 54 cents per lb Chicago on Monday June 24, and separately two cars of edible tallow traded up to 56 cents per...

06.24.2024

Hog slaughter slightly higher into July; May cattle placed on feed higher

Hog slaughter slightly higher into July; May cattle placed on feed higher

The US domestic protein market was quiet on Monday June 24, with no price changes reported.

US hog slaughter
Fastmarkets’ research team forecasts hog slaughter at 2.38 million...

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