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USDA International Egg and Poultry


30 July 2014

USDA International Egg and Poultry: International Long-Term Projections to 2023USDA International Egg and Poultry: International Long-Term Projections to 2023

World poultry (broiler and turkey) production is projected to reach 119.4 million metric tons (MMT) by 2023, up 31.6% compared to 90.7 MMT in 2012. World poultry meat trade is projected to increase 31.3%, from 10.8 MMT compared to 14.2 MMT in 2023.
USDA International Egg and Poultry

Of the top producing countries, between 2012 and 2023 U.S. poultry production is projected to increase 24.5%, Brazil 40.1%, China 33.4% and the EU 7.4%. Poultry production is projected to increase 102.1% in India, from 3.16 MMT in 2012 to 6.38 MMT in 2023, and 45.2% in Russia, from 2.93 MMT to 4.26 MMT. While the general trend is towards increased poultry production, poultry production is projected to decline 0.7% in Egypt (from 733,000 MT to 728,000 MT) and drop 6.1% in Taiwan (from 578,000 MT to 543,000 MT).

China and Mexico are projected to increase imports 50% and 82% respectively from 2012 to 2023. Russia, the EU and Japan are projected to import less poultry during this period.

In 2012 the top four exporting countries accounted for an 88% share of world poultry exports. By 2023 that percentage will decline to 83%. Brazil and the U.S. will continue to be the top exporting countries. In 2012, Brazil and the U.S. both had a 34% share of world poultry exports. By 2023, Brazil’s share is projected to remain at 34%; the U.S. share will drop to 30%. The EU’s share will decline from 11% in 2012 to 7% in 2023 while Thailand’s share will climb from 5% to 7%. China’s share of poultry exports will remain unchanged at 4%.



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