SAO PAULO, July 17 (Reuters) - Brazil's JBS SA, the world's largest meat producer, said on Tuesday it had stopped using one of its suppliers after an animal rights group released a video showing alleged mistreatment of pigs.
Animal rights group Mercy For Animals on Tuesday released video footage it said was shot in the United States showing workers beating piglets and ripping off their testicles without anesthesia, while female pigs were confined in very small metal cages. Reuters could not independently confirm the authenticity of the video.
Perdue announced Monday that farmers and ranchers who suffered damage from hurricanes and wildfires in 2017 may now apply for recovery assistance July 16, 2018 through mid-November.
U.S. Senator Charles Grassley of Iowa says there is “a lot of nervousness out there” about current U.S. trade policy. He made the remarks during his Capitol Hill Report this past Monday.
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By Aaron Ross
DAKAR, July 5 (Reuters) - A South African company said on Friday that it had filed for arbitration against Democratic Republic of Congo's government, seeking to recover nearly $20 million it says it is owed from a failed agriculture project.
Africom Commodities Pty Ltd, a private company based in Potchefstroom, South Africa, was contracted by the government in 2014 to manage the 800-square-kilometre Bukanga Lonzo agriculture project in western Congo.