Meat price increases were repeatedly highlighted in the domestic food inflation statistics in 2022. In this brief, Dr. Tracy Davids explores the direct and indirect drivers of this phenomenon and the prospects for normalisation in future. Download here to read the full brief.
Results showing for: Farm and Production Analytics
The Government of the Republic of Zambia has committed to transforming the economy to support economic growth and facilitate job creation. Central to the transformation agenda is a commitment to open trade regime for agricultural exports and imports. This collaboration between researchers from the World Bank, BFAP and IAPRI demonstrates and quantifies Zambia’s potential gains from
This report benchmarks the efficiency of South-African broiler producers. It considers terms of technical efficiency and production cost in SA relative to other leading producers globally. Read more here.
DR DIRK STRYDOM, DIVAN VAN DER WESTHUIZEN Globalisation is becoming more of a reality, not only in the industrial sector, but also closer to home in the agricultural industry. It can be seen in the consolidation of input suppliers and the effect of international prices on local ones. Download here to read the full article.
The industry is central to food security, as it provides the most affordable source of animal protein to South African consumers. Since 2010, however, more than half of the growth in chicken consumption has been supplied through imported products. From 2010 to 2015, imports increased by more than 90% from 240 000 to 457 000
A collaborative report by the Bureau for Food and Agricultural Policy and the National Agricultural Marketing Council. Download the report here.