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France: drop in pig production during the first nine months of 2013

The slaughterings of pigs have dropped by 1.7% (and by 1.1% regarding weight) with respect to the same period during the previous year.

Wednesday 18 December 2013 (4 years 5 months 10 days ago)

The last data of the French Agricultural Statistics Service (AGRESTE) show that during the first 10 months of this year the slaughterings of pigs have dropped, with respect to the same period during last year, by 1.7% in terms of numbers of heads and by 1.1% in terms of weight.

In September 2013, pig meat exports increased by 14% (almost 7,000 tonnes more) in comparison with September 2012, whilst imports dropped slightly (-1.2 %, 600 tonnes). The purchases of Italian, Dutch and Danish pig meat fell in September, whilst the purchases of Spanish pig meat rose.

November 2013/ Agreste/ France.
http://www.agreste.agriculture.gouv.fr

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