Brazilian exports of poultry genetics double in 2023, points out ABPA

Updated Jun 30, 2023
Surveys by the Associação Brasileira de Proteína Animal (ABPA) show that exports of poultry genetics from Brazil (between 1-day-old chicks and fertile eggs) totaled 12,500 tons between January and May of this year, a figure that exceeds by 103.4% the result recorded in the same period of 2022, with 6,183 thousand tons. Accumulated revenue from international sales of day-old chicks and hatching eggs increased by 71.9%, with a total of US$113 million this year, against US$65.7 million in 2022. Considering only the month of May, Brazil exported 2,388 thousand tons of poultry genetic material, a volume 137.6% higher than that registered in 2022. In revenue, the increase is 90.1%, with US$21.184 million generated in the fifth month of this year, against US$11.145 million in the same period of 2022. Among the main importers of poultry genetics from Brazil are Mexico, with 7,998 thousand tons between January and May this year (+314.2%), Senegal, with 1,392 thousand tons (-38.5%), Peru, ...
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