Poland - Pork production continues to plummet

The BMI's latest Polish Agribusiness Q110 Report shows that since EU accession, Polish pork producers have struggled.
Tuesday 9 February 2010 (8 years 5 months 9 days ago)
The BMI's latest Polish Agribusiness Q110 Report shows that since EU accession, Polish pork producers have struggled.

In 2006, pork production stood at 2.11mn tonnes. In 2009, we estimate output at just 1.55mn tonnes, a 27% drop. Inefficiency, high feed prices and a strong zloty against the euro have all conspired against Polish pig farmers. These factors remain in play and pork production continues to plummet. In 2010, we forecast a 2.27% y-o-y fall to 1.51mn tonnes; by 2014, we expect production to have dropped to 1.37mn tonnes, an 11.8% decrease over our 2009-2014 forecast period.

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