New FAO Meat Price Index
The FAO Meat Price Index has been revised to better reflect the structure of world trade in meat products...
Meat Outlook - November 2012
Struggling with high feed prices and stagnating consumption, global meat production in 2012 is forecast to grow by less than 2 percent to 302 million tonnes. As falling industry proﬁtability has translated into modest output gains in the developed countries, most of the world expansion is likely to take place in the developing countries, which now account for 60 percent of world output. Virtually all of the sector growth in 2012 is forecast to stem from the feed-dependent poultry and pigmeat sectors, as gains in both bovine and sheep meat outputs are anticipated to be modest.
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