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Poultry sector in China : structural changes during the past decade and future trends

@inproceedings{Bingsheng2008PoultrySI,
  title={Poultry sector in China : structural changes during the past decade and future trends},
  author={Ke Bingsheng and Han Yijun},
  year={2008}
}
The poultry sector in China has experienced vigorous growth over the past two decades, both in terms of poultry numbers and level of output per bird. Higher levels of production are associated with the spread of intensive systems in which food conversion ratios are high. Poultry production has increased its share of China's total livestock production – growing much faster than pork production. Growth has been accompanied by great changes in the structure of production. The poultry sector is no… 

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