Cargill Closing Feed Mills in China Due to ASF
President says it may take 24 to 36 months to reset world's population of animals
African Swine Fever continues to affect the Chinese markets, reports AgWeb.
Now Cargill has announced it has closed animal-feed mills in China in recent months and that's partly due to the spread of ASF which has reduced demand.
Cargill's president of animal nutrition telling Reuters it's not a six-month trend for China to recover but a 24-to-36-month kind of resetting of the world's population of animals.