According to the Department of Livestock Production’s forecast, the Covid-19 epidemic is expected to remain complicated in 2023, with the global supply chain being disrupted from 2022, photo The livestock industry has a great impact on livestock production and market in 2023. However, the livestock industry also benefits from its growth potential with continued attention from central and local levels, along with the investment from domestic and foreign investors. High coordination and consistency in direction also play an important role in promoting the development of the livestock industry.

In proactively controlling diseases in both humans and animals, as well as maintaining and developing the livestock industry, the livestock product market has gradually achieved stability. At the same time, food safety inspection has also been strengthened, ensuring that livestock products meet high safety and quality standards.

The implementation of the Livestock Development Strategy for the period 2021-2030 with a vision to 2045 will make an important contribution to the continued development of the livestock industry. The goal is to turn the livestock industry into a commodity-producing industry, with market orientation, meeting the food needs necessary for domestic consumption, and the ability to export potential products such as: pork, poultry, eggs, dairy products, processed honey and animal feed. This will create great development opportunities for the livestock industry and contribute positively to the national economy.

In addition, Vietnam’s economy is integrating deeply with the world (16 FTAs ​​have been signed, 4 FTAs ​​are being negotiated and 01 FTA is being consulted, towards negotiation is VN-UAE FTA); In the context of implementing multilateral and bilateral Free Trade Agreements of countries, blocs and regions around the world, especially CPTPP and EVFTA agreements, production activities and markets for livestock products open up many opportunities. access to the world (international cooperation on dangerous disease control and food safety is strengthened).

Domestic and foreign enterprises are increasingly investing in the livestock sector, especially in the field of slaughter and processing for export. Along with that, the proportion of professional breeders increasingly making up the majority in the structure of Vietnam’s livestock industry, will also cause the livestock industry to have many positive changes.

The Department of Livestock Production has set a target that in 2023, the production value of the livestock industry will increase by 4.5-5.0% compared to 2022. The total output of live meat of all kinds will reach about 7.27 million tons, an increase of 4.1 % (in which, live pork production increased by 4.0%, poultry meat production increased by 4.8%); egg production of all kinds increased by about 3.8%; milk production increased by about 8.0%; honey production increased about 7.1%; the yield of bird’s nest increased by about 5.6%; the equivalent output of industrial animal feed reached over 21.0 million tons, up 5.0% compared to 2022. The percentage of crossbred cows is estimated at 65% of the total cow herd; percentage of foreign sows 30.0%; ratio of hybrid and foreign pigs in the total pig herd 95.5; The weight of slaughtered pigs is about 85-90 kg/head.



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