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Russia: Moscow forecasts 2014 year-end swine inventories to grow

Moscow forecasts 2014 year-end swine inventories to grow by nearly seven percent (to 21.5 million head) and domestic pork production to increase by five percent.

Thursday 10 October 2013 (4 years 6 months 14 days ago)

According to USDA'S Global Agriculture Information Network (GAIN), Moscow forecasts 2014 year-end swine inventories to grow by nearly seven percent (to 21.5 million head) and domestic pork production to increase by five percent (to 2.3 MMT) due to the increased availability of affordable feed during the latter half of 2013, and production support measures outlined in the State program for “Pork Production Development in 2013-2015” (hereinafter referred to as the 2013-2015 Pork Program).

Increasing Russian domestic pork production has led to increased per capita pork consumption, from 22 kilograms in 2012 to 22.7 kilograms in 2013. Consumption is expected to further increase to 23.1 kilograms per capita in 2014 as a result of continued increases in domestic production.

Friday September 6, 2013/ FAS-USDA/ United States.
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