Thailand to see higher feed usage in 2010

The demand for animal feed raw materials in Thailand is forecast to be higher in 2010 in line with an expected rise in animal population.
Monday 22 February 2010 (7 years 11 months 30 days ago)
The demand for animal feed raw materials in Thailand is forecast to be higher in 2010 in line with an expected rise in animal population.

Broken rice consumption is forecast at 720,000 tonnes, up from 2009 by 20,000 tonnes; corn at 3.26 million tonnes compared with 3.19 million tonnes a year earlier; soybean meal at 2.26 million tones from estimated 2.21 million tonnes the previous year and fish meal will be 180,000 tonnes, up from 170,000 tonnes in 2009.

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