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The Implications for Australian agriculture of changing demand for animal protein in Asia

Glenn Dalton

The Implications for Australian agriculture of changing demand for animal protein in Asia

by Glenn Dalton

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Published by Australian Farm Institute in Surrey Hills, N.S.W .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Australia,
  • Food supply -- Asia,
  • Animal feeding,
  • Produce trade -- Asia

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[Glenn Dalton, Mick Keogh].
    SeriesResearch report / Australian Farm Institute -- Oct. 2007
    ContributionsKeogh, Mick., Australian Farm Institute.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD2152 .D25 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 70 p. :
    Number of Pages70
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16997850M
    ISBN 109780980346060
    LC Control Number2008411607
    OCLC/WorldCa234260364

    Domestic animals have been an integral part of agricultural systems for thousands of years. They continue this role today, and if projected demand for foods of animal origin is to be met, the contributions of animal agriculture will increase in the future. Animal agriculture contributes to human well-being through the following. by:   Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. Sep 27; (): – While the Government Office for Science commissioned this review, the views are those of the author (s), are independent of Government, and do not constitute Government policy. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Cited by:

      Higher pork prices drive down pork demand in all regions, with average global per capita demand declining by – kg yr −1 (4–16%) (Fig. 1c and Supplementary Table 2).In China, the. There has been an increasing pressure on the livestock sector to meet the growing demand for high-value animal protein. Annual meat production is projected to rise to more than million tonnes by from about tonnes in Various factors are at work in this increase in demand for livestock products.

      Asia Australia Middle East Africa Inequality This change in demand has significant environmental consequences. Feeding livestock is much less . From its cooperative and agricultural roots, Rabobank has grown to become the world's leading financial services provider for the food & agri sector. This role has been made possible in part by the bank's extensive knowledge of the many links in the food chain. This knowledge is generated, enhanced and distributed by the RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness department.


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The Implications for Australian agriculture of changing demand for animal protein in Asia by Glenn Dalton Download PDF EPUB FB2

• Animal protein and fuel demand creating a very positive medium term price outlook • Australian agriculture will not win a “commodity drag race” with developing nation exporters. • A focus on quality and the needs of affluent Asian consumers will be the key to a successful new era of farm profitability.

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[Glenn Dalton; Mick Keogh; Australian Farm Institute.] -- "Growing consumer affluence in developing economies, especially those in Asia, is leading to increased growth in demand for animal protein and a slowing in the growth of demand for carbohydrates.

The Implications for Australian Agriculture of Changing Demand for Animal Protein in Asia. What Australian agriculture should do to take full advantage of these changes is the main question that is addressed in this report. For a resource-constrained agriculture sector such as Australia’s, there will not always be easy opportunities to increase the volume of output.

opportunities for Australian agriculture: Report Rapidly growing demand for animal protein by increasingly wealthy Asian consumers will create enormous opportunities for Australian livestock and grain producers over the next decade, according to a Research Report released today by the Australian Farm Institute and the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (RIRDC).

The Implications for Australian Agriculture of Changing Demand for Animal Protein in Asia The Australian Farm Institute, in conjunction with the Rural Industries Research & Development Corporation (RIRDC), carried out research to gain a better understanding of the challenges and opportunities arising from changing diets in Asia.

In Asia, the consumption of animal products has been steadily increasing, thus creating a greater demand for feed crops. As the quality of life progresses, demand for animal protein also increases.

A rapid increase in the demand for animal products, together with the changes in international trade, has led to a great expansion of food industry in by: Australian farmgate prices for cattle, sheep, lambs, pigs and goats are forecast to be higher year-on-year, partly as a result of strong export demand from Asian countries affected by the outbreak.

African swine fever outbreaks in Asia, August to November. Values are adjusted for stock changes exports, quantities used for seed, animal feed, and the manufacture of nonfood products. Data are available as calories (kilocalories per person per day), weights (grams per person per day), protein (grams per person per day), and fats (grams Cited by: We cover six key aspects of Australian agriculture: its role in the broader economy, trends in production, industry structure, exports, productivity and risk management.

Agriculture’s place in Australia. Australian agriculture accounts for: 58 per cent of Australian land use ( million hectares, excluding timber production). Research released: The Implications for Australian Agriculture of Changing Demand for Animal Protein in Asia.

Farm Institute Insights - Vol. 4 No. 4 - October Less meat means less heat –. For instance, according to recent Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) projections, with business-as-usual scenarios LMIC demand for meat will increase by 80% by and by more than % by.

CSIRO () Climate Change in Australia. Technical Report (Eds KB Pearce, PN Holper, M Hopkins, WJ Bouma, PH Whetton, KJ Hennessy, SB Power) p. (CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research: Aspendale) Dalton G, Keogh M () The implications for Australian agriculture of changing demand for animal protein in Asia.

Research Report Cited by: The main objective of the study was to identify and quantify the opportunities and challenges to the Australian agricultural industry posed by the rise in alternative protein sources.

The study concludes that there is more than enough room for both animal-based and alternative proteins in the global food market, with forecast global demand for protein continuing to grow, accommodating growth in both.

Aggregate agricultural output is being affected by these trends, not only through the increase in livestock production per se, but also through the linkage of live- stock production to the crop sector that supplies feed- stuffs, mainly cereals and oilseeds, as well as the fish- eries Size: 2MB.

to that of the previous one. Growth in global demand for animal protein in the next decade is projected to slow down for poultry and pigmeat, but increase for beef and sheep meat.

Lower product prices have contributed to making poultry and pigmeat the meat of choice, particularly for File Size: 5MB. The prospects for Australian agriculture in the period to lie in its capacity to meet growing food demand, both domestically and also in Asia. Food consumption levels in Australia are increasing per capita, and demand will continue to increase, as the population is.

Meat consumption is rising annually as human populations grow and affluence increases. Godfray et al. review this trend, which has major negative consequences for land and water use and environmental change.

Although meat is a concentrated source of nutrients for low-income families, it also enhances the risks of chronic ill health, such as from colorectal cancer and cardiovascular by: This paper is a re-make of Chapters 13 of the Interim Report - World Agriculture: towards / (FAO, ). In addition, this new paper includes a Chapter 4 File Size: 2MB.

As we saw, demand shifts will play a critical role in shaping the evolution of animal-protein markets. So will changes to global production footprints and associated trade patterns, which will create opportunities for players across the value chain.

Generating livestock-production cost curves—such as those for major exporters of beef into. Alternative and innovative sources of protein are required to supplement and replace both animal-and plant-protein in food and feed products.

The global demand for meat from livestock (excluding. GROWING DEMAND FOR ANIMAL-PROTEIN-SOURCE PRODUCTS IN INDONESIA: TRADE IMPLICATIONS Introduction.

Despite differences in preferences, consumers seem to follow general phases in the evolution of their consumption behavior.This framework includes the agriculture-relevant global ‘demand drivers’ on the vertical axis, such as an increasing global population, increasing wealth of developing economies (increasing demand for higher value food such as protein), increasing ethical considerations in food and fibre production (e.g.

animal welfare), and increasing demand for specific attributes of food products (food Occupation: Associate Director, Deloitte Access Economics.At the global level, growth in demand for animal protein in the next decade is projected to slow down.

In light of continued income growth, global meat consumption per capita is projected to increase to kg retail weight equivalent (r.w.e.) byan increase of kg % compared to the base period.