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The global feed market: Asian perspectives


  • Zhou, Zhang-Yue


Global demand for feed, especially cereal feed, is expected to increase in the decades to come. At the global level, demand for cereal feed will be met by the supply. There are, however, disparities between regions. As a result of strong livestock industry development, the Asian region as a whole will have a shortage of cereal feed and will become a major cereal feed importer. This paper examines existing projections of feed demand and supply in the Asian region. It also sheds light on the implications of the feed demand and the livestock industry development in the Asian region for the Australian rural industries.

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  • Zhou, Zhang-Yue, 2004. "The global feed market: Asian perspectives," AFBM Journal, Australasian Farm Business Management Network, vol. 1.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:afbmau:120920

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