Animal Husbandry and Support Services Industry in China

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  • Livestock and Products Annual 2012

    This report forecasts FAS/Beijing’s estimates for 2013 and also includes revisions for 2012. China’s beef production in 2013 is forecast to increase less than one percent to 5.58 million metric tons.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 30 Sep 2012 related to Animal Husbandry and Support Services in China

  • Poultry and Products Annual 2012

    China’s broiler production in 2013 is forecast at 14.1 million metric tons (MMT), a three percent increase above the revised 2012 estimate because of rising domestic demand.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 29 Sep 2012 related to Animal Husbandry and Support Services in China

  • Poultry and Products Semi-annual

    The Office of the Agricultural Affairs in Beijing (OAA/Beijing) revised its 2012 forecast for China’s broiler meat production downward to 13.7 million metric tons (MMT).

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 24 Mar 2012 related to Animal Husbandry and Support Services in China

  • Livestock and Products Annual

    FAS Beijing (Post) forecasts China’s 2012 total meat production will rise three percent to 81.4 million metric tons (MMT), following an estimated one percent decline in the previous year. Beef, pork, sheep and goat, and poultry meat shares are estimated to account for nearly seven percent, 63 percent, six...

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 18 Oct 2011 related to Animal Husbandry and Support Services in China

  • Poultry and Products Annual

    FAS Beijing forecasts China’s broiler meat production in 2012 will continue modest growth, rising nearly five percent to 13.8 million metric tons (MMT) from an estimated 13.2 MMT in the previous year. Meanwhile, China’s broiler meat imports will decline 13 percent to 200,000 metric tons (MT) following a 20...

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 12 Oct 2011 related to Animal Husbandry and Support Services in China

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  • China Livestock and Products Annual 2009

    FAS Beijing forecasts China’s pork production will continue rising in 2010 to more than 50 million metric tons (MMT). Higher pork production and lower prices will reduce pork imports in 2009 by more than half and further declines in import demand are expected in 2010.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 4 Jan 2010 related to Animal Husbandry and Support Services in China

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