The 2019 Alltech Global Feed Survey estimates world feed production increased by three percent in the past year to 1.103 billion metric tons, with the top eight countries producing 55 percent of the world’s feed production.
The top eight countries are China, the U.S., Brazil, Russia, India, Mexico, Spain and Turkey. Together, they produce 55 percent of the world’s feed production and contain 59 percent of the world’s feed mills, and they can be viewed as an indicator of the trends in agriculture. Predominant growth came from the layer, broiler and dairy feed sectors.
“Alltech works together with feed mills, industry and government entities around the world to compile data and insights to provide an assessment of feed production each year,” said Dr. Mark Lyons, president and CEO of Alltech. “We are proud to present the eighth annual Alltech Global Feed Survey and share the results publicly to demonstrate the importance of the animal feed industry as we strive to provide for a planet of plenty.”
This eighth edition of the annual survey includes data from 144 countries and nearly 30,000 feed mills. To access more data and insights from the 2019 Alltech Global Feed Survey, including the results booklet, an interactive global map and a video presentation of the results by Dr. Mark Lyons, visit alltechfeedsurvey.com.
Download the audio of Dr. Lyons presentation here:
Alltech CEO Dr. Mark Lyons presents 2019 Global Feed Survey
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