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  • 1. BRAZILIAN BEEF Profile

2. Overview on Brazilian A INDSTRIA DA CARNE Beef Industry Cattle herdCattle herd195 million 195 million Anual slaughteringAnual slaughtering44 million44 million Industrial unitsIndustrial units 1.100 plants 1.100 plants 3. Brazilian Environment 4. Remaining Areas of Original Biomes in Brazil Amazon:84,98%Caatinga:62,76%Cerrado: 60,41%Pantanal:86,77%Atlantic For.: 26,77%Pampas:41,36% Remaining area of original forests in Europe: 0,3% 5. Livestock per Municipality 6. Production Costs US$ per 100kg carcass weight 7. Carro de boi, interior de SP 1916 8. Livestock per Municipality 9. Brazilian Livestock per Region % Livestock 1974: +/- +/- 100 million 2008: +/- +/- 200 million 10. Brazil Brazils Rain Seasons 11. Green mass production in tropical weather80%20% 80% 12. Animal Production onIntensified Systems 13. Livestock price cycle Boi gordo em R$/@ corrigidos pelo IGP-DI em SP a partir de 1996 Anos de preos altosAnos de preos baixos 100,00 95,00 90,00 85,00 80,00 75,00 70,00 65,00 60,00 55,00abr/96out/96abr/97 out/97 abr/98out/98 abr/99 out/99 abr/00 out/00 abr/01out/01abr/02out/02abr/03out/03 abr/04 out/04 abr/05 out/05abr/06 out/06 abr/07 out/07 abr/08 out/08abr/09 out/09 Fonte: Scot Consultoria www.scotconsultoria.com.br - twitter.com/scotconsultoria 14. Brazilian Beef Production 10.0009.0008.0007.0006.0005.0004.0003.0002.0001.000-1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008* 2009**Srie1 5.200 5.400 6.045 5.820 6.040 6.270 6.650 6.9007.300 7.700 8.350 8.776 9.053 9.297 9.000 9.180Thousand TON CWE Source: CNPC 15. 90 Beef Trade Flows 90s 16. Beef Exports 2,5 2,0Brazil 1,5 Australia 1,0USAArgentina 0,5CanadaUE-27 0,0 9798 9900 01 0203 040506 0708 09 1919 1920 2020 20 202020 2020 20 Millions TON CWE Source: USDA 17. 00 Beef Trade Flows 00s 18. Brazilian Beef ExportsUSD Million + 20% - 24% + 28%6.000 5.325 5.000 4.425 3.924 4.116 4.0003.060 3.000 2.5252.000 1.5901.0000 20032004 2005 2006 2007 20082009 Product200320042005 200620072008 2009 FRESH BEEF 1.155 1.963 2.4193.135 3.486 4.0063.022 PROCESSED 338 447 525654 694 853649 OTHERS 97 115 116135 245 466445 TOTAL1.590 2.525 3.0603.924 4.425 5.3254.116Source: MDIC 19. Brazilian Beef ExportsFresh 2009OTHER 18%SAUDI ARABIA 3% RUSSIA NETHERLANDS 3% 910.65131% LEBANON 3%ITALY IRAN118.544 335.352HONG KONG 4% ALGERIA EGYPT 11%VENEZUELA316.214141.774200.122 164.934 10%5% 5% 7%US$ 3.022.566.000 Source: MDIC 20. Brazilian Beef ExportsProcessed 2009 PUERTO RICO2% OTHERJORDAN17%2% FRANCE 2%BELGIUM 2% JAPANUSA 16.558 223.148 3% 34%GERMANY 23.967 4% NETHERLANDS ITALYUK35.548 157.55533.3555% 24%5%US$ 649.072.000Source: MDIC 21. Financial Crisis Impact Main markets of Fresh Beef Evolution 000 US$225.000200.000 175.000150.000 000 USD 125.000 100.000 75.000 50.00025.000 0ago/08 set/08 out/08nov/08 dez/08 jan/09 fev/09 mar/09abr/09 mai/09 jun/09 jul/09 ago/09Russia Hong KongEgypt IranVenezuela Source: MDIC 22. Financial Crisis Impact Trends Fusions and Acquisitions + Merger - may/2009 6% of bovine slaughter in 2008;+ R Merger - sept/2009 Selected Brazilian Beef 25% of bovine slaughter in 2008; :Acquisition - sept/2009 + Chicken division; : Renting of 11 slaughterhouses - + set/2009 increased capacity of 8.800 heads/day; 23. Financial Crisis Impact TrendsInternacionalizationArgentina: Swift USA: Swift and Co., National Beef Packers, SmithfieldFoods, Pilgrims Pride (chicken); Australia: Swift, Tasman, Tatiara Meat Europe:InalcaUruguay: Canelones Paraguay:Quality Meat and San Antonio R Selected Brazilian Beef Argentina: AB&P, Estancias del Sur, Quickfood, Best Beef, Mirab Uruguay: Tacuaremb, Inaler, Colonia Chile:: Quinto Cuarto, Patagonia UK:CDB Meats, Weston, Kitchen Ham Packers Northern Ireland:Moy Park, Dungannon Protein Netherlands: Albert van Zoonen France:Moy Park France 24. Trends in the Beef Production:Associations 25. Future Perspectives In 2007 the worlds urban population surpassed the rural population In 2050, the world population will be of about 9 billion people (UN) In 2014, the GDP of developing countries will surpass the GDP of developed countries (IMF)In 2009, about 1 billion people were living in some degree of subnutrition (FAO) 26. The State of Food and AgricultureFood production must expand by 70% in the world and double in developing countries, to meet the food needs of a world population expected to reach 9.1 billion in 2050.Dr Jacques Diouf FAO Director-General 27. Meat Consumption and GDP 28. Future Challenges PoliticalOpening new marketsNegotiations at OMCProtectionismSanitary Foot and Mouth Disease BSE TraceabilityEconomicExchange ratesEnvironmental Greenhouse gases emissions Deforestation Sustainability in beef production 29. FMD Map 2009 Free zone without vaccination (Santa Catarina)Free zone with vaccination Alert Zone Not free zone 30. TraceabilityCRIAMERCADOC RECRIAMERCADOC ENGORDA FEED LOTINDUSTRIA 31. Exchange RateR$ x US$ 2005- 2005-2010 2005 20062007 2008 2009 2010 32. Deforestation 33. Productivity Evolution Livestock X Pasture area180.000.000200.000.000160.000.000180.000.000140.000.000160.000.000140.000.000 120.000.000120.000.000 (heads) 100.000.000(ha)100.000.00080.000.00080.000.00060.000.00060.000.00040.000.00040.000.00020.000.00020.000.0000 0 1940 1950 1960 1970 1975 1980 1985 1996 2006LivestockPasture Source: IBGE, Mapa 34. Greenhouse Gases Emissions Reduction on CH4 emissions between 1988 and 2007 % of emissions reduction of CH4/kg of beef Source: FMVZ 35. TECHNOLOGYArtificial AND BEEFinsemination PRODUCTIONFutures FeedIntegration Protein lot Breeding supplement AgricultureCross breeding ForestGenetic MedicationselectionIrrigation MineralElectronic Salt Rotational tag Pasture system Salt FertilizationPasturemanagement 36. ProductivityBRAZIL1975 2007Meat Production 2,16 7,05 + 227% Million tonPasture area165,63 171,85 + 4% Million haWORLD 1975 2007Meat production 43,7359,85+ 37% Million tonPasture area3.193,32 3.378,17 + 6% Million haSource: FAO 37. ProductivityMATO GROSSO2000 2008Livestock 18 26 + 44,4% Million headsPasture area 23,3 25,8+ 10,7% Million haOccupation 0,76 0,99+ 30,2% Heads/ha5,4 million hectares of forest were saved between 2000 and 2008 only because of evolution in productivity Source: IMEA 38. LAND USESOIL DISTRIBUTION (Million hectares) Amazon Rain Forest350 41% Native and Cultivated Pastures220 26% Legal Reserve 556,4% Annual crops48* 5,6% Permanent Crops 141,6% Cities, lakes, roads, etc.202,4% Cultivated forests 50,6%Other uses (indian reserves, etc)51 6% Avaliable area 90 11%Total 853 Area used for agriculture7,6% Source: CONAB *Safra 2008/09 39. Suppliers controlBrazilian slaughterhouses are selecting suppliers using strict criteria on sustainability.If you buy Brazilian Beef, you can be sure that beef is not coming from: Ilegally deforastated areas farmers involved on using forced laborThat information is provided by competent government departments and controled daily by slaughterhouses on every animal purchase. 40. ABIEC AssociatesR Selected Brazilian Beef 41. Gracias! Fernando Sampaio Sustainability Coordinatorfernando@abiec.com.br www.abiec.com.br

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