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European Union: pig slaughtering forecasts

According to the Eurostat data about the slaughtering of pigs in 2012 and the forecasts for 2013, a decrease by 0.4% in foreseen for the EU-27.

Wednesday 28 November 2012 (5 years 6 months 28 days ago)

According to the Eurostat data about the slaughtering of pigs in 2012 and the forecasts for 2013 processed by the Italian National Association of Pig Producers (ANAS), a decrease by 0.4% is foreseen for the EU-27. The most pronounced fall is expected in the Czech Republic (-5.5%), Denmark (-4.7%), Poland (-5.2%) and France (-2.7%). At the same time, in some countries the estimate is towards a higher production: in Spain an increase by 5.3% is expected.

The forecast for the first semester of 2013 in the EU-27 shows a decrease by 1.1%, with the most pronounced falls in France (- 3.7%), Italy (-1.5%), Poland (-3.8%) and The Netherlands (-1.4%), whilst a tendency to increase is expected in other countries as Denmark (+0.5%) and Spain (+1.7%).

Monday November 19, 2012/Osservatorio Nazionale/ Italy.
http://www.anas.it

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