Burma: Feed Industry Update 2018

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Myanmar’s total 2018 feed demand is estimated at about 3 million metric tons (MMT) including about 0.5 MMT of aqua feed. Out of this, about 46 percent is commercial feed, 20 percent is local home mix, and 34 percent is raw feed ingredients. Total animal feed demand increased 13 to 15 percent from 2016 to 2018 due to the rapid growth of the livestock sector. Trade sources forecast that total animal feed demand will increase to 4 MMT in 2020. 

Burma: Feed Industry Update 2018

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