China’s efforts to rebuild its pig herd impact global industry

The world’s major pork exporters are being urged to rethink their long-term strategies as China’s pork imports are expected to slow.
calendar icon 6 November 2020
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But China’s export demand could soon dry up as its domestic herd expands.

According to a market report from Rabobank, “China is ramping up imports of its breeding stock and making sizeable investments in its genetic base, reaffirming our view that it is now able to manage any future ASF outbreaks and limit additional herd losses.”

The Chinese government has hinted that its aim is to be entirely self-sufficient in pork production by 2024/25.

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