A group of biological assets is an aggregation of similar living animals or plants. All changes in fair value of biological assets were accounted for under cost of sales caption in the statement of comprehensive income. This differs from the US GAAP Accounting Standard Codification (ASC) 820 fair value definition. Poultry IFRS 16 para 95, separate disclosure of assets subject to operating leases by lessor. A fair value measurement of a non-financial asset takes into account a market participant’s ability to generate economic benefits by using the asset in its highest and best use or by selling it to another market participant that would use the asset in its highest and best use. Control: the enterprise must have ownership or rights of control akin to ownership that result from a past event 2. The following table demonstrates the sensitivity of the fair value of broilers to a reasonably possible change in key assumptions and its effect on profit or loss. No loss has been recorded, as the situation in the market was positive for such forward purchases. Further, we choose to refer to the Basis of Conclusion of the amended standard from December 31, 2008 and refer to it as 2009 in order to illustrate that the amendment, which comes into effect as of January 1, 2009, is included. The nursery facilities are designed to meet the needs of newly weaned pigs. IFRS 15 adopted, revenue policy, judgements and estimates, property company, IFRS 15, licences, para B63, sales based royalties, other policies, para 123, judgements, IFRS 15, revenue accounting policies,paras 110-119 certain disclosures, contract assets and liabilities, telecoms, IFRS 15, paras 110 -129, certain disclosures, judgements and estimates, real estate, IFRS 15 adopted, policies for television rights, marketing and licensing rights, disclosures, IFRS 15, revenue accounting policies, judgements, contracts, licences, support services, IFRS 15, revenue policies by segment , industrial, motors, logistics, disaggregated revenue, contract assets and liabilities, IFRS 15 adopted, paras C3(b),C8, cumulative adjustment approach, effect on current period, policies, IFRS 15 revenue policies, automotive, incentives, warranties, repurchase arrangements, bill and hold, significant judgements and estimates, IFRS 15 adopted, policies, estimates and judgements, certain disclosures, wind systems, IFRS 15, software policies, estimates and judgements, right-to-use licences, maintenance and support, certain other disclosures, IFRS 15 revenue policies including extended warranties and related contract liability, disaggregation of revenue, estimates, IFRS 15 adopted, half year report, policies, full retrospective approach, system sales, bill and hold, options, IFRS 15, software, policies, judgements, customer options, IFRS 15 accounting policies, warranties, financing, disaggregation of revenue, refund liabilities and right of return assets, IFRS 15, policies, judgements, contract assets and liabilities, certain disclosures, retail and distribution, Supplier income, amounts received in year, receivables and payables, estimates and judgements. The biological assets of the Group are live hogs and poultry at various stages of development, including suckling hogs, nursery hogs and finishing hogs and broilers which are classified as current assets. The suckling hogs will stay with their mother for three to four weeks at which time they will be weaned. IAS 34 para 16A(h), non-adjusting post balance sheet events, US tax changes enacted or substantively enacted after period end. However, there are no guarantees that all key employees of the Group will stay with the Group in the future. IAS 41 establishes the accounting treatment for biological assets during their growth, degeneration, production and procreation, and for the initial measurement of agricultural produce at the point of harvest. The Group is engaged in wholesale trade of milk, therefore, is exposed to risks arising from changes in milk prices. This determination involved the use of significant judgements and estimates. The assessor's office is located in the same building as the St. Louis County Courthouse, at 41 South Central Avenue. Poultry is accounted for at fair value less costs to sell. Animals and livestock are valued in two ways: milking cows are valued using discounted cash flows method less costs to sell (level 3) and other groups of livestock at market prices less cost to sell at the reporting date (level 2). Accounting policies, changes and errors – IAS 8, IFRS 15 early adoption, App C, paras C3, C4 transition exemption provisions taken, IFRS 15 adopted, modified retrospective application, property company, IFRS 15 early adopted, full retrospective application, exemption in Appendix C para C4 taken, IFRS 9 adopted, IAS 8 para 28, IAS 1 para 10(f), disclosures for change of policy, IFRS 9 adopted, IAS 8 para 28 disclosures, exemption taken not to restate prior periods for classification and measurement, IAS 8 para 28, IAS 41, IAS 16, adoption of amendments for bearer plants, IAS 41 para 63, transitional exemption for current year, IAS 8 para 49, IAS 1 para 10(f), disclosures for correction of error, IAS 8 para 29, IAS 1 para 10(f), prior year adjustment for error, disclosures, third balance sheet, management commentary, IAS 8 para 49, correction of prior period errors, IAS 8 para 49, PYA for multiple prior year errors, IAS 1 para 125, estimation uncertainty, IAS 8 para 49, prior year adjustment to correct errors, management commentary, corrective actions, qualified audit report, IAS 41, certain disclosures of assumptions for poultry, sugar cane and bananas, level 3 valuations, IAS 41 and IAS 16 amendments for bearer plants adopted, palm oil, PYA and change of policy disclosure, IAS 41 and IAS 16 amendments policy for bearer plants and palm oil bunches IFRS 13 level 3 disclosures, IAS 41, biological assets disclosures, pigs, bulls, policy, fair value hierarchy and methods, financial and other risks, IAS 41 disclosures, forestry, discounted cash flow valuation, IFRS 13 level 3 hierarchy, IAS 41, IFRS 13 disclosures biological assets, risks, forestry, IAS 41 disclosures with IFRS 13 valuation disclosures, sugar, crops, cows and pigs, IAS 41 disclosures, cattle, IFRS 13 level 2 and level 3 valuations, IAS 41, IFRS 13 certain disclosures, crops, poultry, milk and breeding cattle, IAS 41 disclosures, IFRS 13 level 3 disclosures, fish farming, IAS 41, IFRS 13, disclosures, hogs, poultry, IAS 41, IAS 16, IFRS 13,certain disclosures following adoption of IAS 41 and IAS 16 amendments on bearer plants, ESMA Guidelines for APMs, paras 35, 36, IFRS figures given equal prominence to APMs, Disclosure of APMs, purpose, uses, reconciliations, limitations, ESMA Guidelines on APMs paras 41, 26, change in definition of APM, reconciliation to IFRS, Full year results announcement, change in terminology following issue of ESMA guidelines, APMs, description, purpose, uses, reconciliations and limitations, APMs explanations, limitations, reconciliations, APMs, explanation, use, nature of adjustments, purpose, reconciliations, limitations, KPIs, APMs, explanation, purpose, use, limitations, caveats, warning to review entire report, APMs, constant currency comparisons, reconciliation, IAS 28 para 22, loss of significant influence, gain on reclassification to available for sale, IFRS 12 paras 21, B12-B16, disclosures for material and immaterial associates, IAS 28 para 22, loss of significant influence, loss on reclassification, amounts recycled from OCI, IFRS 12 paras 20, 21, B12, B16, IAS 28 paras 40-43, disclosure on associates, and details of impairment review, IAS 28 paras 22, 23, loss of significant influence, reclassification of losses to income; IFRS 3 paras 41-42 gain on revaluation when associate becomes subsidiary, IAS 28 para 38, share of losses applied against long term loan that forms part of net investment, IFRS 12 para 22(c), disclosure of unrecognised profits/(losses) of associates and joint ventures in deficit, Gain on revaluation of existing afs holding where entity becomes an associate, IFRS 12, para 22(b), B 12, B14, different year end, impairment and fx adjustments, material associate, significant estimates, IFRS 12, paras 9, 21-23, B12 material associate disclosure, judgement where less than 20% held, commitments, IFRS 3, certain acquisition disclosures, separate disclosure for material acquisitions, goodwill, receivables, expenses, IFRS 3, para B64, certain acquisition disclosures, gain on prior holding, IFRS 3, control and mandatory offer treated as linked transactions, gain on revaluation of prior equity interests, Obtaining of control and mandatory offer treated as linked transaction, significant judgement, IFRS 3 para 52 (b), B55(a), contingent payments treated as remuneration, reconciliation of outstanding balances, IFRS 13 paras 93(d), (h), fair value of contingent consideration disclosures, IFRS 3 amended 2018, paras B7A-B7C, B8A, B12A-B12D, definition of business, use of optional test to determine concentration of fair value, IFRS 3 paras 45, 49, B67, adjustments made in measurement period, prior year adjustment, Breach of UK Companies Acts requirements in respect of historic dividend payments, Disclosure of unlawful dividends, share buy-backs and financial assistance and remedial measures taken, Dividend policy including undertakings to pension scheme, disclosure of distributable reserves, IAS 7, additional information on movements in working capital linking with cash flow statement, IAS 7 paras 42A, 42B, cash flows from acquisition of NCI shown as financing, IAS 7 additional information, reconciliation of current tax paid to income statement charge, IAS 7 para 18, direct method cash flow statement, reconciliation to operating profit in notes, IAS 7 para 44A – 44E, narrow scope amendment 2016, change in liabilities from financing activities, IAS 7 paras 44A-44E, changes in liabilities arising from financing activities, IAS 7 para 50, disclosure of undrawn (and drawn) facilities, committed and uncommitted, IAS 7 para 48, disclosure of restricted cash, IAS 7, paras 50,51, separate disclosure of replacement and expansion capital expenditure, IAS 7 para 40, disclosure of cash paid and assets disposed of including cash and cash equivalents, IAS 7 para 40, cash flows in respect of business combinations, IAS 7 paras 42A-42B, changes in ownership not resulting in loss of control treated as financing, IAS 7 para 14, IAS 16 para 68A, purchase and sale of rental assets treated as operating cash flow and sales as revenue, IAS 7 para 50, segmental disclosure of operating and investing cash flows, IAS 7 para 50(d) voluntary information on cash flows by reportable segment, Disclosure of effect of securitisation of receivables on operating cash flows, IAS 7 additional information, disclosure of factoring and reverse factoring effects on operating cash flows, Disclosure of effect of invoice discounting on operating cash flow and net debt, IFRS 5 para 33(c), cash flows from discontinued operations given in detail, Reverse factoring, IAS 7, IAS 1 para 122, significant judgement, and disclosure of financial effects, Reverse factoring, policy and disclosure of amounts involved, Consolidated and entity accounts – IFRS 10, IFRS 12, IAS 27, IFRS 10, 11 accounting mini series, classification of equity investments, IFRS 12 paras 12, B10, material non-controlling interests disclosures, IFRS 12 para 13, significant restrictions on transfer of assets, IFRS 10, IFRS 11, accounting policies, subsidiaries, associates and joint arrangements, judgements and estimates, IFRS 12 paras 7-9, significant judgements regarding control, significant influence and joint control, IFRS 12 para 7, IFRS 10, significant judgement, consolidation of 49% interest, de facto control, Disposal with retained controlling interest, IFRS 12 para 7 significant judgements, IFRS 12 paras 12, B10, significant subsidiaries with NCI, cash flow and SOCIE, IFRS 10 para 25, IAS 27, loss of control through nationalisation, Venezuela, compensation, IFRS 12 , para 7(a), IFRS 10 paras B2-B42, significant judgements , control where less than half voting power held, IFRS 10 para B98, loss on deemed disposal where nil proceeds and NCI is negative, liquidation of subsidiary, Venezuela, deconsolidation of subsidiary following loss of control in the year, IFRS 12 , paras 24, 29-31, B25-B26, certain disclosures regarding unconsolidated structured entities, IFRS 10, Investment entity accounting policy, Investment entity, IFRS 12 para 9A, significant judgements and estimates, policies for consolidation, associates and joint ventures, UK CA 2006, section 408 statement and parent profit disclosed on face of balance sheet, Investment entity, IFRS 12 paras 19A-19G, unconsolidated subsidiaries, restrictions, support, Audit committee report, disclosure of discussions with FRC Conduct Committee, Section 172 report, engagement with stakeholders, cross reference to other disclosures and to governance, Audit committee report, reference to UK FRC review of financial statements and FRC disclaimer, Section 172 statement, early adoption, with cross references to disclosure (not reproduced in this extract) of relationships with stakeholders, Section 172 statement, cross reference to Governance and Sustainability reports, proposed demerger example, Section 172 statement, stakeholders, director responsibilities, UK Section 172(1) statement, board engagement with stakeholders, cross references to other disclosures, Audit committee report, contact with UK FRC and additional disclosures in annual report, Audit committee report, significant issues, external audit assessment, FRC audit inspection, tenure, non-audit fees, objectivity, independence, Viability statement including base case (U) and severe but plausible (W) scenarios for COVID – 19, disclosure of assumptions, covenants, and stress tests for other principal risks including Brexit, UK Corporate governance, viability statement, including stress testing for Brexit, cyber attack and COVID-19, Viability statement where there is a material going concern uncertainty, Going concern uncertainty, viability statement, period shortened because of uncertainty on going concern, Audit committee consideration of fair, balanced and understandable statement, UK Combined Code requirement on competence of audit committee, Actions taken following significant percentage of votes against remuneration policy, Response to shareholder concerns, statement of shareholder voting, Operation of malus following irregularities in Italian business, directors’ remuneration, UK Corporate Governance, s.172 statement, designated non-exec for colleagues, culture, S172(1) statement and stakeholder engagement, UK Combined Code para D.1.2, executive directors’ non-executive appointments, Disclosure of CEO pay ratios with median, upper and lower quartiles, anticipating future disclosure requirements of new UK legislation, IFRS 5 para 28, restatement of comparatives when change made to plan of sale for associate, IFRS 5 para 33, IAS 33 para 68, disclosure of discontinued operations, IFRS 5 paras 33, 38, disclosure for disposal group held for sale including OCI and discontinued operations, IFRS 5 para 28, subsidiary held for sale reclassified as continuing, IFRS 5, IFRS 10 para 25, IFRS 12 para 19, IAS 28 para 20, loss of control, revaluation of retained interest, associate held for sale, IFRS 5, IFRS 12 para 19, disposal and revaluation gain on retained equity accounted joint venture interest, IFRS 5 discontinued operations, IFRS 12 para 19 gain on remeasurement of retained associate interest, IFRIC 17 para 15, IFRS 5, gain on distribution of non-cash assets disclosed on face of income statement, discontinued disclosures, IFRS 5, discontinued operations disclosures, assets held for sale, post balance sheet disposal, IFRS 10 para 23, disposal without loss of control treated as equity transaction, IAS 33 para 64, adjustment to prior periods in respect of rights issue in the year, IAS 33 paras 23, 12, mandatorily convertible notes included in basic EPS, profit adjustments for coupon on undated notes classed as equity, IAS 33 para 64, policy for share splits and bonus issues during the year and post year end, adjustment for bonus issue in the year. IFRS 15, certain disclosures from paras 110-129. Animals and livestock are accounted for at fair value less costs to sell. Supplier income, rebates, sales support, accounting policy, inventory significant estimate, audit committee consideration. The carrying amount of live hogs was US$1,101 million as at December 31, 2019 (2018: US$942 million) (see note 18). 2.27. In the Philippines, particularly in the poultry and livestock corporations, IAS 41 was not yet widely adopted as evidenced by the results of the study of Chavez, Mendoza, and Piguing (2011). According to IAS 41, biological assets include for example sheep, pigs, beef cattle, poultry, fish, dairy cows, trees or plants for harvest. Crops are valued at market prices based on expected yield less costs to sell at the reporting date (level 3). Publication of tax policies and objectives, reference to new UK legal requirement for large companies to publish on internet, Policy for player registrations and football staff remuneration, IAS 38, para 126, research and development expenditure in the year and further analysis, IAS 38 para 126, analysis of R&D costs charged to income, segmental analysis, accounting policy, IAS 38 paras 94-96, intangibles assigned useful life longer than contractual period as expected to be renewable without significant cost, IAS 38 paras 122(a)(b), additional information for material finite lived and indefinite lived intangibles, IAS 38, intangible assets, landing rights, IAS 38 para 98A, film industry, rebuttal of presumption that revenue method of amortisation is inappropriate, Oil company exploration and development expenditure – successful efforts, significant judgement, Integrated annual and sustainability report, GRI ‘comprehensive standards’ compliance, UN Global Compact, International Integrated Reporting Framework, Social and Environmental reports, Sustainability, GRI Standards, UNGC, link to extensive economic, social, environmental and other disclosures, Integrated annual report, sustainability, IIRC Framework, GRI Standards, UN Global Compact, stakeholders, Integrated report, GRI Standards, UN Global Compact, AA1000AS, IIRC Framework, Climate Related Financial Disclosures, Integrated annual and sustainability report, IIRC Framework, GRI standards, UN Global Compact, TCFD, WBCSD, Integrated annual report, IIRC Framework, King IV Report on Corporate Governance, IAS 2 para 36, certain inventory disclosures, IFRS 13, IAS 2 para 3(b), fair value hierarchy disclosure for broker/dealer inventory held at fair value, IAS 2, disclosures for (trading) inventory carried at fair value, IFRS 13 fair value hierarchy, IAS 2 para 36 certain inventory disclosures, Inventories, accounting for by products, IAS 2, disclosure of inventory at NRV (fair value less costs to sell), IAS 40, certain disclosures, revenue, operating expenses, commitments, IFRS 16, certain lessor disclosures, IAS 40, IFRS 13, para 97, policy and disclosure of fair value hierarchy where assets carried at amortised cost and fair value disclosed, IAS 40, paras 10, 11, significant judgement as to whether a property is investment property or PPE, IAS 40 paras 76, 77, IFRS 13 para 93, IFRS 16 paras 89-92, 95-97, certain disclosures for investment property, IAS 40 para 57 amendment, transfers to and from investment property, IAS 40 investment property, IFRS 13 disclosures, level 3 valuation, Investment property, certain disclosures, valuation, income, expenses, commitments, leases, rent abatements, COVID-19, Investment property, additional voluntary disclosures, LTV and covenant reconciliations, IFRS 12 para B12, B13, 21-23,disclosures for material and immaterial joint ventures, IFRS 12 para 7(c), significant judgements, joint arrangement as joint operation, IFRS 12 paras B12-B18, disclosures for material joint ventures and associates and summary for immaterial JVs and associates, IFRS 11 para 20(d), change in revenue recognition of sales by joint operation following IFRIC interpretation, IFRS 11, change in policy from jointly controlled operation to joint venture following IFRIC agenda decision, IFRS 11 para 20(c), sale of output from joint operation, change of policy following IFRIC March 2019 agenda decision, IAS 28 para 24, joint venture becomes associate, no remeasurement of retained interest, IFRS 12 para 22(c), unrecognised share of losses for year and cumulatively for joint ventures, IFRS 12 paras 23, B18-B20, commitments and contingencies relating to joint ventures, IFRS 16, lease accounting policies and certain disclosures, IFRS 16 adopted, modified retrospective method, certain paras 51-60 lessee disclosures, policies, IFRS 16 adopted, modified retrospective method, policies, certain disclosures, IFRS 16 adopted, modified retrospective method, policies, judgement, certain lessee and lessor disclosures, telecoms, IFRS 16 adopted modified retrospective, policies, certain disclosures, IFRS 16 adopted, policies. 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