Angola: Angola Poultry

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Poultry production in Angola is estimated at 27.192 MT in 2018, which mainly consists of backyard chickens and a few commercial farms. In 2018, Angola was the fifth largest importer of U.S. poultry, valued at $183 million. However, due to limited access to foreign exchange and reduced consumer purchasing power, U.S. imports decreased in 2019. Angola is now self-sufficient in egg production with an estimated one billion eggs produced per year.

Angola: Angola Poultry

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