女性私人爽爽影院免费观看

      <menuitem id="d3p3v"><delect id="d3p3v"><i id="d3p3v"></i></delect></menuitem>

      <menuitem id="d3p3v"></menuitem>
      <nobr id="d3p3v"><thead id="d3p3v"></thead></nobr>

      <menuitem id="d3p3v"></menuitem>

        <menuitem id="d3p3v"><delect id="d3p3v"><i id="d3p3v"></i></delect></menuitem><nobr id="d3p3v"><thead id="d3p3v"></thead></nobr>
        <nobr id="d3p3v"></nobr>

          ARTICLES

          2012 Summary of the global feed processing industry

          2013 ALLTECH Global Feed Summary: Global feed production statistics have traditionally been difficult to quantify because many countries lack national feed associations.

          For this reason, Alltech began in late 2011 to leverage its global presence to obtain a more accurate estimate of the world's feed tonnage. The results of the annual year-end assessment were announced in January as an industry outlook resource for the new calendar year.

          For its second report, Alltech assessed the compound feed production of 134 countries in December 2012. Where possible, information was obtained in partnership with local feed associations and, when not possible, it was done utilizing information gathered by the more than 500 members of Alltech’s global salesforce, who visit more than 26,000 feed mills on an annual basis.

          When reviewing the data, there are two considerations to bear in mind. First, numbers for less developed countries may be less accurate, but given their size, this will have little numerical influence on the overall dataset. Second, the definition of feed, feed mill and species varies from country to country.

          Overall, the new results affirm a growing feed industry with a global feed tonnage of 954.4 million, a 9 percent increase over the late 2011 estimates of 873 million. The actual underlying growth is likely to be about 4 to 5 percent since the latest results include new sources of information not available in 2011 and identify more accurately the statistics for individual species. China, Brazil, India and Russia (BRIC) represented 33 million tons of the increase.



          No.CountryTotal Tonnage (million) 2012
          1China198.340
          2USA168.460
          3Brazil66.285
          4Mexico28.536
          5Spain28.231
          6India26.837
          7Japan25.220
          8Russia23.350
          9Germany22.252
          10France21.613
          11Canada19.642
          12Thailand15.750
          13Netherlands14.762
          14Italy14.633
          15Indonesia13.801
          16UK13.551
          17Korea13.515
          18Turkey12.995
          19Iran12.000
          20Vietnam12.000
          21Phillipines11.917
          22South Africa11.027
          23Argentina10.115
          24Poland8.255
          25Taiwan7.893
          26Australia7.548
          27Pakistan7.410
          28Ireland6.728
          29Belgium6.281
          30Colombia5.500
          31Egypt5.400
          32Venezula5.315
          33Ukraine5.160
          34Saudi Arabia4.530
          35Chile4.523
          36Malaysia4.400
          37Denmark4.200
          38Algeria4.000
          39Belarus4.000
          40Hungary3.832
          41Israel3.500
          42Peru3.391
          43Serbia3.391
          44Greece and Cyprus3.221
          45Portugal3.085
          46Morocco2.995
          47Norway2.940
          48Bangladesh2.730
          49Romania2.295
          50Ecuador2.245
          51Czech Republic1.986
          52Bosnia1.962
          53Sweden1.925
          54Nigeria1.900
          55Uruguay1.419
          56Finland1.395
          57Paraguay1.345
          58Bolivia1.313
          59Kazakhstan1.280
          60Switzerland1.265
          61Dominican Republic1.162
          62Guatemala1.137
          63Jordan1.100
          64Libya1.060
          65Albania1.000
          66Tunisia1.000
          67Austria0.965
          68Kenya0.955
          69New Zealand0.899
          70Bulgaria0.887
          71Dubai0.850
          72Costa Rica0.821
          73UAE0.767
          74Croatia0.750
          75Cuba0.750
          76El Salvador0.744
          77Nepal0.739
          78Honduras0.703
          79Iraq0.700
          80Sri Lanka0.615
          81Myanmar0.600
          82Slovakia0.600
          83Panama0.568
          84Lebanon0.500
          85Macedonia0.500
          86Moldova0.500
          87Uzbekistan0.500
          88Armenia0.500
          89Estonia0.480
          90Uganda0.467
          91Oman0.464
          92Lithuania0.462
          93Slovenia0.450
          94Jamaica0.320
          95Azerbaijan0.320
          96Nicaragua0.318
          97Puerto Rico0.276
          98Tanzania0.258
          99Zambia0.240
          100Latvia0.234
          101Reunion0.230
          102Kuwait0.230
          103Georgia0.200
          104Kyrgyzstan0.200
          105Turkish Cyprus0.200
          106Cote D'ivoire0.160
          107Bahrain0.150
          108Caribbean0.146
          109Senegal0.125
          110Turkmenistan0.101
          111Ghana0.100
          112Kosovo0.100
          113Sudan0.100
          114Trinidad & Tobago0.094
          115Iceland0.090
          116Mauritius0.090
          117Haiti0.090
          118Luxembourg0.090
          119Malta0.080
          120Botswana0.057
          121Namibia0.052
          122Zimbabwe0.040
          123Barbados0.039
          124Mozambique0.030
          125Guyana0.022
          126Seychelles0.015
          127Suriname0.012
          128Bahamas0.008
          129Cameroon0.000
          130Lesotho0.000
          131Mongolia0.000
          132Montenegro0.000
          133San Marino0.000
          134Singapore0.000

           

          Among the 134 countries reviewed, China was once again the leading producer of feed with 198.3 million tons manufactured in the official estimate of more than 10,000 feed mills. Consistent with late 2011 assessments, the United States and Brazil followed in second and third places, with 168.5 million tons from 5,251 feed mills and 66 million tons from 1,237 feed mills respectively.

           

          No.CountryNumber of Feed MillsTotal Tonnage
          1China10.000198.34
          2USA5.251168.46
          3Brazil1.23766.285
          4Mexico43028.536
          5Spain70028.231
          6India86226.837
          7Japan15625.22
          8Russia50023.35
          9Germany34022.252
          10France29421.613
          11Canada7219.642
          12Thailand3015.75
          13Netherlands5014.762
          14Italy34014.633
          15Indonesia7013.801
          16UK34013.551
          17Korea4113.515
          18Turkey35012.995
          19Iran24012
          20Vietnam23012

           

          Asia continues to be the world’s leading feed producing region at 356 million tons. One region, however, exceeded Asia in percent growth over 2011 results. Africa was found to be the fastest growing area in terms of tons of feed manufactured, increasing its tonnage 19 percent from 47 million in 2011 to 56 million in 2012. The Middle East was estimated to have the largest feed mills, with an average of more than 63,000 tons produced per mill.

           

          Continent/Region Total Tonnage
          Asia356 Million
          Europe207 Million
          North America188 Million
          Latin America137 Million
          Middle East/Africa56 Million
          Other10 Million
          Total954 Million

           

          RegionTotal Number of Feed MillsTotal TonnageAverage Tonnage per region
          Africa7943030500038168
          Asia1214935654200029347
          Europe444920840000046842
          Latin America297513704800046067
          Middle East3852541100066003
          North America532318810200035338
          Other165859300052079
          Total2624095440100036372

           

           

          Number of Feed Mills (Estimate): 26,240

          Total Tonnage (million) 2012: 954.4

           

          When analyzed by species, poultry continues to dominate with a 44 percent share of the feed market at 417.8 million tons, likely due to religious and taste preferences as well as cost. It grew by approximately 10 percent over 2011 estimates. Sixty percent of all poultry tonnage is dedicated to broilers, with the rest fed to egg layers, turkeys, duck and other fowl.

          Total Tonnage per million
          PigRuminantPoultryAquaOther
          DairyBeefCalfOther RuminantsLayersBroilersTurkeysOther PoultryPetsHorse
          130.797.91.422.5141.1246.113.217.2
          218.1252.6417.834.420.410.8

           

          SpeciesTotal Tonnage
          Poultry418 Million
          Ruminant253 Million
          Pig218 Million
          Aqua34 Million
          Pet20 Million
          Equine11 Million
          Total954 Million

           

          The pig feed sector matched poultry’s 8 percent growth, moving to 218 million tons globally. The ruminant feed market, comprising dairy, beef and small ruminants, grew more than 13 percent between late 2011 and December 2012, and now requires 254 million tons. Equine feed tonnage increased almost 17 percent to 10.8 million tons.

          Aquaculture grew nearly 16 percent since 2011. Pet food represents 20.5 million tons, 40 percent of which are produced in the United States, but Brazil continues to make considerable advances in this sector.


          Top 20 detailed results:
          Country No. of Feed Mills Total Tonnes (million) 2012PigRuminantPoultryAquaOther
          DairyBeefCalf Other LayersBroilersTurkeys Other PetsHorse
          China 10,000198.3458.1435.530029.42001113.310
          USA 5,251168.4623.5919.5123.410.1023.0957.226.540186
          Brazil 1,237 66.2815.45.12.905.133.20.840 0.632.50.61
          Mexico430 28.54 4.21 4.613.0270.454.5610.3400 0.210.710.42
          Spain700 28.2313.242.942.341.630.450 0.10 0.370.23
          India862 26.840 5.850 0.01 7.01 10.4600.0013.50.0020.002
          Japan15625.22 6.11 3.34.5980.05 6.39 3.9500.05 0.43 0.31 0.02
          Russia50023.356.221.7503.89.40.20000
          Germany340 22.259.200 0.156.42.13.30000.70.4
          France294 21.615.73.121.55 0.360.62.33.51.441.67 0.121 0.25
          Canada72 19.644100.780.180.80.960.180.180.76 1.220.58
          Thailand3015.7560.60.200.7600.31.60.250.1
          Holland50 14.765.500 0.652.82.82.50000.310.2
          Italy340 14.633.52.021.7550.15 0.233.52.7500 0.100.57 0.05
          Indonesia70 13.800.50.600.05 5.06 6.1900.11.300
          UK340 13.55 1.51 2.730.980.001 0.9 1.79 3.29 0.52 0.81 0.140.7 0.18
          Korea41 13.51 4.61 1.114.2240 1.68 1.78000.1200
          Turkey35012.9905.51.701.54000.250.0450
          Iran24012030.9044000.100
          Vietnam230126.5 0.1200 0.85 1.200.362.9200



          The 2012 assessment identified a total of 26,240 feed mills globally, with Asia and North America being home to more than half of them. Sixty percent of the feed produced is pelleted, and this is even more prevalent in Europe.

           
          COMMENTS
           
           
          opens in a new window or tab
          feedmachinery.com
          • 2020 ? FeedMachinery.com. All Rights Reserved.
          女性私人爽爽影院免费观看

              <menuitem id="d3p3v"><delect id="d3p3v"><i id="d3p3v"></i></delect></menuitem>

              <menuitem id="d3p3v"></menuitem>
              <nobr id="d3p3v"><thead id="d3p3v"></thead></nobr>

              <menuitem id="d3p3v"></menuitem>

                <menuitem id="d3p3v"><delect id="d3p3v"><i id="d3p3v"></i></delect></menuitem><nobr id="d3p3v"><thead id="d3p3v"></thead></nobr>
                <nobr id="d3p3v"></nobr>