Ukraine increased import of live poultry by 14.3%

Market & Price Trends
Published Jan 27, 2024

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In 2023, Ukraine saw a 14.3% increase in live poultry imports, totaling 4,000 tons and valued at $70.9 million, a 28.7% rise from 2021. The primary suppliers were Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Poland. However, Ukraine did not export any live poultry in the same year. Additionally, the poultry population in Kharkiv Oblast has seen a significant decrease of 19.1% due to the ongoing full-scale war.
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During 2023, Ukraine imported 4,000 tons of live poultry: chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys, guinea fowl. This is 14.3% more than the previous year. This is evidenced by the data of the State Customs Service. In monetary terms, the import of live poultry in 2023 reached $70.9 million - 28.7% more than in 2021. The largest suppliers of live poultry to Ukraine in 2023 were Hungary (30.8%), the Czech Republic (25.7%) and Poland (18.8%). No live poultry was supplied ...
Source: Agrotimes
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