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Global Pork Production (US, Mexico, Brazil, Europe, China, ASEAN-5), Protein Production by Pork, US Per Capita Pork Protein Consumption

  • ID: 5145286
  • Report
  • September 2020
  • Region: Global, China, United States, Europe, Mexico, Brazil
  • 62 pages
  • Renub Research

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Pork holds significant market share in meat industry, and its market is affected due to "African Swine Flu" The life cycle of pig contains the following phases.

Gestation (pregnancy)

It is about 114 Days, or 3 Months, 3 Weeks and 3 Days.

Farrowing (from birth to weaning)

It is the period for 21 Days, the weight of piglet remains at 2-3 LBS, and after weaning piglet weight around 13-15 LBS.

Nursery

This period remains for 42 to 46 (around 6 to 8 weeks), Weight during this period becomes 50-60 LBS.

Growing and Finishing

This period remains for 115 to 120 Days (around 16 to 17 weeks)

The weight of the pig becomes 280 LBS at this final stage, and it becomes ready for the market.

This report provides the global pork protein outlook, pork production by countries and pork protein price is also given in the report. The United States per capita pork protein consumption (pound per person), and Mexico pork production and broiler production, for years 2014 - 2020.

United States pork protein exports demand, for years 2014 - 2020 are covered in the report. European Union and Brazil pork production and exports are also covered in the report.

This report is divided into 12 Chapters

1. Introduction

First Chapter provides the introduction of Global Pork Production.

2. Executive Summary

This Chapter provides executive summary of the report, key points of Global Pork Production Volume are given in this chapter.

3. Global Pork Production

Global Pork Production for EU, Oceania, Brazil, North America, China and ASEAN-5 is given in this report.

4. Global Protein Production by Pork

Global Protein Production by Pork for year 2014 to year 2020 is covered in this chapter.

5. Global Pork Protein Price

Global Pork Protein price for year 2013 to year 2019 is provided in this report.

6. United States Per Capita Pork Protein Consumption

Per Capita Pork Protein Consumption for US is given in the report.

7. United States and Mexico Pork Production and Demand

Production of Pork and Broiler for United States and Mexico are given in the report.

8. Brazil Pork Production and Exports

Pork Production and Exports for Brazil is given for year 2014 to year 2020.

9. EU Pork Protein Exports

This chapter covers Pork Protein Exports for EU from year 2014 to year 2020.

10. Europe Pork Protein Production & Consumption

Europe Pork Protein Production and Consumption for year 2014 to year 2020 are covered in this chapter.

11. China's Pork Production and Imports Market

The market for China's Pork Production and Imports for year 2013 to year 2020 are given in this chapter.

12. ASEAN-5 Pork Production, Imports and Consumption

This chapter covered Production & Imports and Consumption of Pork for ASEAN-5.
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1. Introduction

2. Executive Summary

3. Global Animal Protein Production (Annual Change)
3.1 EU - Animal Protein Production by Country (TMT), 2014 - 2020
3.2 Oceania Animal Protein Production by Country (TMT) - 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019 & 2020
3.3 Brazil - Animal Protein Production by Country (TMT) - 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019 & 2020
3.4 North America - Animal Protein Production by Country (TMT), 2015 - 2020
3.5 China - Animal Protein Production by Country (TMT), 2014 - 2020
3.6 ASEAN-5 - Animal Protein Production by Country (TMT) - 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 & 2020

4. Global Protein Production by Pork

5. Global Pork Protein price

6. United States Per Capita Pork Protein Consumption

7. United States and Mexico Pork Production and Demand
7.1 United States and Mexico Pork Production and Broiler Production
7.2 United States Pork Protein Exports Demand

8. Brazil Pork Production and Exports

9. EU Pork Protein Exports

10. Europe Pork Protein Production & Consumption
10.1 Europe Pork Protein Production
10.2 Europe Pork Protein Consumption

11. China’s Pork Production and Imports Market
11.1 China’s Pork Protein Production Market
11.2 China’s Pork Protein Imports Market

12. ASEAN-5 Pork Production, Imports and Consumption
12.1 ASEAN-5 Pork Production and Imports
12.2 ASEAN-5 Pork Consumption

List of Figures:
Figure-01: EU - Animal Protein Production (Annual Change in TMT), 2014 - 2020
Figure-02: Oceania - Animal Protein Production (Annual Change in TMT), 2014 - 2020
Figure-03: Brazil - Animal Protein Production (Annual Change in TMT), 2014 - 2020
Figure-04: North America - Animal Protein Production (Annual Change in TMT), 2014 - 2020
Figure-05: China - Animal Protein Production (Annual Change in TMT), 2014 - 2020
Figure-06: ASEAN-5 - Animal Protein Production (Annual Change in TMT), 2014 - 2020
Figure-07: Global Protein Production by Pork (Thousand Metric Tons), 2014 - 2020
Figure-08: Global Pork Protein Price (Jan 2007 =100), 2013
Figure-09: Global Pork Protein Price (Jan 2007 =100), 2014
Figure-10: Global Pork Protein Price (Jan 2007 =100), 2015
Figure-11: Global Pork Protein Price (Jan 2007 =100), 2016
Figure-12: Global Pork Protein Price (Jan 2007 =100), 2017
Figure-13: Global Pork Protein Price (Jan 2007 =100), 2018
Figure-14: Global Pork Protein Price (Jan 2007 =100), 2019
Figure-15: US Per Capita Pork Protein Consumption(Pound Per Person), 2014 - 2020
Figure-16: US and Mexico Pork Production and Broiler Production (TMT), 2014 - 2020
Figure-17: US Pork Protein Exports Demand (TMT), 2014 - 2020
Figure-18: Brazil Pork Production and Exports (TMT), 2014 - 2020
Figure-19: EU Pork Exports in Thousand Metric Tons for year 2014 - 2020
Figure-20: Europe Pork Protein Production ( Million Metric Tons), 2014 - 2020
Figure-21: Europe Pork Protein Consumption ( Million Metric Tons), 2014 - 2020
Figure-22: China’s pork Protein Production Market ( Million Metric Tons), 2013 - 2020
Figure-23: China’s pork Protein Imports Market ( Million Metric Tons), 2013 - 2020
Figure-24: ASEAN-5 Pork Production & Imports ( Thousand Metric Tons CWE), 2013 - 2020
Figure-25: ASEAN-5 Pork Consumption (Thousand Metric Tons CWE), 2014 - 2020
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