Mexico- Increase in feed production

According to the National Council of Balanced Feed Manufacturers and Animal Nutrition, CONAFAB (Consejo Nacional de Fabricantes de Alimentos Balanceados y de la Industria Animal), the 400 compound fodder factories in Mexico produced 26,200 tonnes of the products in 2008, which is equivalent to a 1.9% growth on the previous year’s production. An increase of 1.5% is predicted for 2009. More than half the national production of compound fodders (52.5%) is destined for aviculture, this is followed by fodder for dairy cows (17.3%), swine (14.9%) and beef cows (10.0%). (Original in Spanish. Read Google translation here).
Wednesday 10 June 2009 (8 years 8 months 16 days ago)
According to the National Council of Balanced Feed Manufacturers and Animal Nutrition, CONAFAB (Consejo Nacional de Fabricantes de Alimentos Balanceados y de la Industria Animal), the 400 compound fodder factories in Mexico produced 26,200 tonnes of the products in 2008, which is equivalent to a 1.9% growth on the previous year’s production. An increase of 1.5% is predicted for 2009.

More than half the national production of compound fodders (52.5%) is destined for aviculture, this is followed by fodder for dairy cows (17.3%), swine (14.9%) and beef cows (10.0%).

(Original in Spanish. Read Google translation here).

http://www.mapa.es/ministerio/pags/notexterior/pdf/bo221.pdf

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