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Polish poultry farms set record, but demand abroad lagging

03.12.2019 12:55
Poland is strengthening its position as Europe’s leading poultry farming country, state news agency PAP reported on Tuesday.
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In October, Polish firms supplied almost 122 million day-old chicks, setting a record, PAP reported.

"This year we have broken the record in the production of chicks for the third time. Earlier, records were set in April and August,” said Katarzyna Gawrońska, the director of the National Chamber of Poultry and Feed Producers.

However, Gawrońska said that demand abroad was growing much more slowly than Polish production capacity.

"Insufficient demand and price competition on export markets mean that producers' margins are decreasing, which does not allow domestic chick and livestock production to quickly reach the potential of poultry plants," she added.


Source: PAP