3 edition of The 2000-2005 Outlook for Poultry Products in Asia found in the catalog.
The 2000-2005 Outlook for Poultry Products in Asia
ICON Group International, Inc.
by Icon Group International
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||28|
In , ERS expanded Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry Outlook to include information formerly contained in Poultry Outlook. The final issue of Poultry Outlook was published Novem This archive report contains detailed analysis and data covering the poultry sector, focusing on . Demand strength is expected to carry into , especially for markets in Asia but tighter U.S. beef supplies will likely limit growth in exports. U.S. beef imports are forecast at billion pounds for , up about 4 percent from
Poultry and Products Poultry Semi-Annual Report Approved by: Howard R. Wetzel U.S. Consulate General, Hong Kong Prepared by: Caroline Yuen Report Highlights: Hong Kong’s poultry imports in jumped 28 percent to million MT and a further increase of 15 percent is expected during the current year. Factors behind this strong growth. Cargill taps into Asia’s poultry growth with local partners. Major global agricultural commodity company Cargill is connecting with new partners to expand poultry markets in On In Home.
Poultry will benefit from ASF in China Poultry will gain and maintain share Source: MOA, Rabobank, Pork is an integral part of rural life, so consumption will ultimately rebound Poultry benefits from trends of eating out, rising health awareness, product innovation Beef demand driven more by premiumization than by substitution for pork poultry meal. Non-ruminant protein meals should be unaffected by BSE concerns. Even though the trade and production statistics lump all of these products under one term, MBM, the author tries to distinguish between these products where appropriate. The outlook for rendered products, especially animal proteins, is quite Size: KB.
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The world outlook for poultry. [Icon Group International, Inc.;]. Between andper capita demand for poultry meat is projected to increase by percent in South Asia, percent in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, 97 percent in the Middle East and North Africa and 91 percent in East Asia and the Pacific.
Poultry is the world’s primary source of animal protein, followed by pork. Poultry plays a crucial role in Asia-Pacific’s fastest growing agriculture sector to achieve food security, higher incomes and farmers’ welfare.
The Asian dairy and animal protein industry is often seen to add significant value to the trend, showing a robust market outlook for poultry products. Long term outlook: 65% more poultry in 20 years Global demand for animal protein Source: Rabobank analysis, FAO, OECD, FAPRI,,Seafood Eggs Sheep Poultry Pork Beef x 1, tonnes +40% +25% +24% +20% +18% Change/35 Seafood:+30 % Eggs: +50% Poultry: +65%File Size: 3MB.
Poultry is the fastest growing agricultural sub-sector, especially in developing countries. The global poultry sector is expected to continue to grow as demand for meat and eggs is driven by growing populations, rising incomes and by: Poultry sector in China: structural changes during the past decade and future trends 5 During the period topoultry meat production continued to grow – dou-bling within this ten year period.
The growth rate was slower than that of the previous decade, and only slightly faster than the total growth of meat production. It is generallyFile Size: 2MB. The Livestock, Dairy, & Poultry Outlook for September analyzes economic impacts of month-to-month changes in USDA's World Agricultural Supply and Use Estimates Report on domestic and international markets for beef, pork, lamb, poultry, eggs, and dairy products.
Future trends and developments in poultry nutrition 3 1 CharaCterization oF the Feed induStry Subject emphasis The livestock feed industry, irrespective of scale and size, is an integral and growing seg-ment of the food supply chain.
It supplies the feed ingredients needed to promote health. Over the last decade, the consumption of poultry products in developing countries has grown by % per annum, faster than that of human population growth and has created a great increase in demand.
Poultry farming has the potential to satisfy at least this demand through increased productivity and reduced wastage and losses. Rent or Buy The Outlook for Lip Products in Asia - by Icon Group International, Inc.
for as low as $ at Voted #1 site for Buying Textbooks. Bullish outlook for poultry in Asia. Septem The poultry industry in Southeast Asia is robust and growth in the region is outpacing that of the EU, China and the US. Indonesia’s growth far outpaces that of other Asean countries, primarily due to the low consumption rate currently as well as rising income levels.
The outlook for the global poultry industry is strong, despite concerns over avian influenza (AI), according to the latest Poultry Quarterly Q3 report from Rabobank. The industry is benefiting from ongoing bullish market fundamentals, according to the report, with.
Asia is poultry. Only Vietnam and Philippines consume pork as the main source of protein. According to Thailand’s Office of Agriculture Economics exports are expected to grow further in the coming years due to the strong Thailand is the second economy of Southeast Asia and one of the world’s leading producers of agricultural commodities.
From Fig. one can easily see that global poultry-meat production in was concentrated in four main clusters (North America, South America, the European Union, and East Asia).
Sub-centers were to be found in Northern Africa, West Asia, South and Southeast Asia. The spatial pattern reflects the differences in the per capita consumption (see also Table and Fig.
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Asia´s role in the global poultry industry Paper presented at the IEC Global leadership Conference Kuala Lumpur September 18th ndto 22 • Summary and outlook. A wide range of books have been published covering many areas of Poultry keeping in Australia.
These books are suitable for schools, VET, and the general public. Commercial Poultry Nutrition and Environment Two textbooks, “Feeding Commercial Poultry” and “The Poultry Growing Environment”, have been produced by the Poultry CRC. These volumes have been written as [ ].
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This magazine has been tracking developments in the industry for two decades and reaches out to a niche but wide group of industry leaders in Asia. Poultry accounts for more than 40 per cent of the world meat trade. Discounting trade between EU states, the FAO’s Food Outlook considers that trade in poultry meat will rise by per cent this year to reach million tonnes.
On a global basis chicken meat accounts for more than 90 per cent of the poultry meat trade.