Research on global broiler production, trade and industrial economic development in 2023

Market & Price Trends
Innovation & Technology
Published Feb 21, 2024

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Despite challenges from the Russia-Ukraine conflict, global food and energy crisis, and avian influenza outbreak, the global broiler industry saw a 0.54% growth in 2023, with the US, Brazil, China, and the EU leading production. China's broiler production remained steady, but consumption increased due to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. However, avian influenza and falling domestic pork prices affected the market. The industry also saw developments such as the creation of gene-edited chickens resistant to avian influenza, the implementation of new regulations on antimicrobials and veterinary medicines, and the acceleration of 'cultured meat' development. China's white-feathered broiler breeding industry expanded into the international market, and efforts were made to reduce soybean meal in feed and research feed grain saving.
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Abstract: This article summarizes the overview of global broiler production and trade in 2023, discusses the research progress of domestic and foreign broiler industry technology and economic policies, analyzes existing problems in the development of the domestic broiler industry, and puts forward corresponding countermeasures and suggestions. In 2023, the new coronavirus pneumonia epidemic The gradual decline of the impact of the epidemic has provided certain impetus for the development of the global broiler industry. However, the Russia-Ukraine conflict continues, the global food and energy crisis is becoming increasingly serious, and the outbreak of avian influenza around the world has restricted the development of the broiler industry. The global broiler industry still faces severe challenges. .As the social economy returns to normal operation, China's broiler chicken consumption market will gradually pick up. At the same time, consumer demand for low-price animal protein will ...
Source: Foodmate
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