U.S. broilers, eggs, turkey maintained export pace through October
December 10, 2021
U.S. broiler and egg exports continued their winning ways through October, scoring gains in both volume and value for the first ten months of 2021, while turkey exports increased in value during the period, according to new trade data released by USDA Foreign Agricultural Service.
U.S. broiler exports to Mexico, Cuba, Philippines, and Guatemala for January through October this year reached an all-time high in both volume and value, while exports to China during the period set a year-over-year record in value. U.S. turkey export value for the ten-month period increased by 12.6 percent from the same period of last year. And turkey export value to Haiti, El Salvador, and Honduras reached an all-time high. Total egg exports (table eggs plus egg products in shell egg equivalent) for the first ten months of this year increased by 18.5 percent to 289.1 million dozen. The value of those exports grew by 42.2 percent to $262.3 million.
See more in the December 13 edition of MondayLine.