The annual WATT Executive Guide to World Poultry Trends is now available, and is full of key data and analysis about the global meat and egg markets to assist you in your business decisions and grow your knowledge of these markets. Here are five stats you should know about global poultry production. Click on the links to see charts on this data and read analysis about the global meat and egg markets.
Five projections for global poultry production
Global poultry production is projected to reach 111,000 thousand metric tons in 2015; up from 109,970 thousand metric tons in 2014.
Global poultry production over the next decade is expected to grow by 24 percent.
Over the next decade, Brazil is projected to see growth not only in poultry production, but also in poultry consumption and trade.
Poultry meat will capture more than half of the world’s share of additional meat produced by 2024, compared to the average of production from 2012-2014.
- In 2024, China is projected to produce nearly 5 million metric tons of poultry more than the average of production from 2012-2014.
The WATT Executive Guide to World Poultry Trends also features a snapshot of Top Poultry Companies and Top Feed Companies. You can learn more about each of these companies in the WATTAgNet Top Poultry Companies database and the Top Feed Companies database.