Indonesia: Voluntary Poultry Report

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Indonesia’s poultry sector continues to demonstrate strong growth, despite industry reports of oversupply. The Government of Indonesia has taken some efforts to regulate the import of breeder stock in order to slow growth and strengthen prices, although the results are negligible. Indonesia’s commercial chicken flock is estimated at 3.5 billion broilers, 200 million layers, and 24.8 million breeders (2015) with 81 percent of Indonesian poultry genetics originating from the United States (2014). Indonesia does not import or export poultry meat.

Indonesia: Voluntary Poultry Report

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