Animal Feed and Consumption

Links

Consulted these databases from the list: used IBIS, Lexis Nexis, Google Scholar, Article Quick Search/EDS, Google Advanced.

IBIS World

IBIS World
 
Price of Feed Projections: projected growth rate
 
Farm Animal Feed Production U.S.—the Supply Chain links at the top can provide some data points
 
 
United States Department of Agriculture
National Agricultural Statistics Service
 
 
UN Food and Agricultural Organization – give it a try – didn’t have much luck here
FAO STAT
 
 
The attached article covers: Feed Demand of Aquaculture
 
United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO)
State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture: http://www.fao.org/3/a-i5555e.pdf
Good graphics and data points.
Use the SEARCH function with the pdf
 
 
 
International Feed Industry Federation (IFIF): Data by country toward end of report
 
 
SCANNING – NEWS CLIP DATA POINTS
 
CONVERSION FACTOR
The British ton is the long ton, which is 2240 pounds, and the U.S. ton is the short ton which is 2000 pounds.
There is also a third type of ton called the metric ton, equal to 1000 kilograms, or approximately 2204 pounds. The metric ton is officially called tonne. The SI standard calls it tonne, but the U.S. Government recommends calling it metric ton.