Truckloads of bulls imported from New Zealand on Tuesday were transported from Xiamen on east China coast to northwest Chinese regions after they finished a 45-day quarantine, according to local sources.
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The imported bulls, about 3,500 head in total, which were aimed at improving beef and dairy cattle in China, are expected to arrive at their designated places one week later, said a source of Xiamen Customs.

Starting April 5, business people from Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, two key animal husbandry bases in the country, flocked to the quarantine site in Xiamen for bulls selection, said the source.

In 2019, about 6,955 imported bulls were quarantined at the site, accounting for 10.7 percent of the total imports of the species in China.

Global Dairy Trade Event #306 concluded with the aggregate down 2.9%. Cheddar cheese was down 0.1%. Whole Milk Powder was 4.9% lower. Skim Milk Powder fell 0.6%. Butter dropped 1.0%

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