European Union - Comparison of swine prices for 2009

In 2009, in comparison with the previous year, the prices in the main producing countries of the EU fell by between 4% and 11%. Spain, Germany, Poland, Holland, France and Denmark represent 68% of the total European swine population.
Wednesday 27 January 2010 (8 years 7 months 24 days ago)
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In 2009, in comparison with the previous year, the prices in the main producing countries of the EU fell by between 4% and 11%. Spain, Germany, Poland, Holland, France and Denmark represent 68% of the total European swine population.

The highest prices were recorded in the summer months although they were around 10 euro cents lower than in 2008. The average of the countries in 2009 was 1.36 €/kg while the year before it was 1.47 €/kg. Despite the decrease in the cost of animal feed, which has helped breeders, this fall has not easily been able to compensate the drop in prices.

(Original in German. Read Google translation here).

http://www.schweine.net/euschweinepreisvergleich_2009_spanien_startet_1.html

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