The Brazilian bovine semen production falls 22% in 2023 compared to 2022, to 19.431 million doses

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Published Feb 22, 2024

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Brazil's bovine semen production, encompassing both beef and dairy breeds, saw a significant decrease of 22% in 2023, dropping to 19.431 million doses from 24.757 million doses in 2022, as per the Index Asbia. The total market, inclusive of imports, also fell by 21.4% to 24.464 million doses. Domestic sales experienced a 3% decrease, with beef semen sales falling by 5%, despite a 6% increase in dairy cattle semen sales. Additionally, semen dose exports and imports fell by 1% and 21% respectively.
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Brazilian production of bovine semen (beef and dairy breeds) in 2023 was 19.431 million doses, a decline of 22% compared to 24.757 million doses in 2022. The data appears in the Index Asbia, released by the Brazilian Association of Artificial Insemination (Asbia) and collected by the Advanced Center for Studies in Applied Economics (Cepea). The country's total market, considering what was produced and what was imported, totaled 24.464 million doses, a drop of 21.4% compared to the 31.126 million doses of the previous year. Total sales, taking into account both beef and dairy breeds, were 22.496 million doses on the domestic market, a decrease of 3% compared to 23.141 million doses in 2022. Sales of beef semen to customers final fell 5%, from 18.036 million doses in 2022 to 17.062 million doses last year. The sale of doses of dairy cattle semen to the end customer increased by 6%, from ...
Source: Beefpoint
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