Panama to Host the International Livestock Congress

The XVI International Brahman Congress will take place in Panama City from July 2nd to July 7th, 2012.

Friday, March 18, 2011

Pedro Vallarino, president of the organizing committee, told EFE that they seek to establish in Panama internationally accredited laboratories for genetic research.

"Vallarino said the congress, which will have an investment of about two million dollars, will also be a good opportunity to show the services Panama offers to visiting businessmen, participating in search of business opportunities," published

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Cattle Exports From Panama to Peru

February 2014

The National Cattlemen's Association is negotiating sending a shipment every three months of 1,500 high genetic quality cattle to the South American country.

In January, the National Cattlemen's Association (Anagan) sent a proposal to the directors of Agrobanco of Peru to negotiate the sale of cattle to farms in Panama.

Panamanian Cattle Exports Rebound

February 2013

During 2012 exports of live cattle amounted to 5,200 heads, a marked improvement on 2011 when only 85 were exported.

The meat trade totaled 5,600 tonnes as opposed to the 5220 tons reported in 2011, according to figures from the National Cattlemen's Association (Anagan).

2012 World Brahman Congress Ends

July 2012

With sales exceeding $110,000 the Brahman the XVI World Congress 2012 concluded last week in Panama, having enjoyed the presence of local and international breeders.

"We auctioned 25 animals of the Brahman breed and the highest price paid for an animal was $7,000, said Peter Vallarino, president of the Congress", according to an article in

Guatemala in Cuba Livestock Fair

October 2010

Between the 2nd and 10th of October, Havana will host the XIV International Agricultural Fair.

Along with Guatemala, other countries that have already confirmed their attendance are: Germany, Sweden, Costa Rica, Panama, Argentina, Venezuela, Mexico and Colombia.

Siglo Veintiuno posts on their web site, "The events agenda, suspended in 2009, includes lectures and livestock skill competition, auctions and a rodeo championship, with participation of about 200 thousand animals, organizers said today during a press conference.”

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