EVALUATION OF THE HUNGARIAN AND POLISH GOOSE MEAT PRODUCTION

In the recent years, goose meat had a constantly decreasing proportion of the world’s poultry production. However, a significant amount of goose meat is produced mainly in Central Europe and Southeastern Asia. During the last decade, production greatly increased in these areas and also worldwide. China has a leading role in the world’s goose meat production. In Europe, the most significant goose meat producers are Hungary and Poland, the latter of which could greatly improve the volume of production in the recent years, thereby representing an increasingly growing competitor for Hungary. This study illustrates the international circumstances of goose production, as well as the tendencies of production and trade. In addition, RCA indexes were used to examine the comparative advantages of goose meat and meat products in the world waterfowl market in the case of the most significant producers of Europe – Hungary and Poland. Consequently, it can be concluded that the two main exporting countries have different, but significant comparative advantages in terms of various meat products.


Other Titles:
OCENA PRODUKCJI MIĘSA GĘSI NA WĘGRZECH I W POLSCE
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Issue Date:
May 02 2017
Publication Type:
Journal Article
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Record Identifier:
https://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/257477
ISSN:
1508-3535
Language:
English
Published in:
Roczniki (Annals), 2016, 3




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