#AgAlerts: Cargill comments on African swine flu; JBS buys from deforested land; ERS forms a union

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A roundup of news, reports and research on agribusiness and related issues. 

That’s according to Cargill, the company says it could take up to ten years for China to bounce back.  

The Brazil-based company has been buying cattle from deforested land in the Amazon.

The U.S. pork supply piles up as the trade war with China continues. As a result, the price of pork dropped drastically in June.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s research department formed a union. The decision was made to help voice employees' disapproval with the agency’s move.

Hot dog buns and rolls have been recalled by Flowers Food due to possible plastic contamination. Products are sold in stores like Walmart and Aldi.