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The compound feed industry in the EU livestock economy
Value of EU-27 farm production in 2010Source: Eurostat
EU-27 Livestock sourcing in feedingstuffs - 469 mio. t in 2010Source: FEFAC / EU Commission
Value of purchased compound feed in total animal output value in 2010Source: FEFAC
Compound feed production in European production (Index of volume: 1995=100)Source: FEFAC / Eurostat
Comparison between prices for animal products and for feedingstuffs (Index 1995=100)Source: FEFAC / Eurostat
Key figures of the European compound feed industry
Turn-over of the compound feed industrySource: FEFAC
Number and average size of feed production units in the EU-27Source: FEFAC
Industrial compound feed production per country 150 mioIndustrial compound feed production per country 150 mio. t in 2010 in the EU-27 Source: FEFAC
Industrial compound feed production in the EU-27 in 2010 150 mioIndustrial compound feed production in the EU-27 in mio. t (per category) Source: FEFAC
EU-27 compound feed production development per categorySource: FEFAC
Evolution of compound feed production in some EU countries …Source: FEFAC
Evolution of compound feed production in EU Member States having joined in 2004 and 2007Source: FEFAC
Consumption of feed materials
Feed material consumption by the EU-27 feed industry in 2010Source: FEFAC
Feed material consumption by the EU compound feed industry1990 2005 Source: FEFAC
Development of feed material consumption by the EU-15 compound feed industrySource: FEFAC
Usage of cereals in the EU-27 in 2010-11Source: FEFAC / COCERAL
Imports of feed materials in the EU-27 in 2009: 36.0 mio. tSource: EUROSTAT
EU-27 balance sheet for protein rich feed materials in 2007/08Source: FEFAC / PROLEA EU production (*1,000 T) EU consumption Self- sufficiency Products Proteins Soyabean meal 798 303 38,220 17,823 2% Sunflower meal 4,932 789 4,503 1,246 63% Rapeseed meal 18,358 3,672 11,569 3,932 93% Cottonseed meal 564 183 260 105 174% Copra-Palm meal 2,812 506 0% Pulses 1,950 429 1,875 413 104% Dried forage 4,458 847 4,200 106% Corn gluten feed 2,369 497 2,910 611 81% Miscellaneous 410 62 713 217 29% Sub-Total 6,782 25,651 26% Fishmeal 445 307 810 559 55% Total 7,089 26,210 27%
Origin of proteins used for animal feeding in the EU-27 in 2007/08Source: FEFAC / PROLEA
Origin of proteins produced for feed use by the EU-27 in 2007/08Source: FEFAC / PROLEA
Compound feed production in EU-27 and other European countries in 2010 (in mio. t)Source: FEFAC / Feed International
Global compound feed production in 2010 (mio. t)Source: FEFAC / Feed International
Evolution of global compound feed production (Index 100 = 1999)Source: FEFAC / Feed International
Livestock production and consumption in the EU
Livestock population in the EUSource: Eurostat
Meat production development in the EU per categorySource: OFIVAL / DG AGRI
Meat consumption development in the EU-27 per categorySource: OFIVAL / DG AGRI
Total meat consumption per capita in the EU per category in 2010Source: OFIVAL / DG AGRI
EU self sufficiency in some EU agricultural products in 2009Source: EUROSTAT/ DG AGRI
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