In Kazakhstan, the number of farm animals has been growing since the beginning of the year

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Published Sep 19, 2023

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The number of cattle in Kazakhstan has increased by 2.7% to 9.68 million, while the number of horses has increased by 7.7% to 4.2 million, and the number of sheep has increased by 3.6% to 23 million. However, the number of poultry has slightly decreased by 0.3% to 49.6 million. Kazakhstan has seen a growth in meat production and has successfully supplied the domestic market with livestock products, except for poultry meat, where 33% is imported. The country has also been exporting meat and meat products, with the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Qatar, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia being the main importers.
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According to the Ministry of Agriculture, the number of horses has increased by 7.7%; the number is 4.2 million. The number of sheep increased by 3.6%, to 23 million heads. At the same time, the number of poultry decreased by a slight 0.3%, to 49.6 million heads, the number of goats decreased by 3.9%, to 2.6 million heads, pigs - by 2.7%, to 818, 3 thousand heads. As noted, over six months, the volume of production of meat of all types in slaughter weight in all categories of farms amounted to 666.7 thousand tons, which is 4.6% more than the same period last year. At the end of 2022, 924.4 thousand tons of meat were produced, and, as the agricultural department emphasized, the domestic market is fully supplied with livestock products from domestic production, with the exception of poultry meat. The share of imported chicken on the country's market is 33%. At the same time, domestic meat products enjoy polarity abroad. Over six months, Kazakh agricultural producers exported 11.8 ...
Source: Agrosektor
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