Distribution of Pig Livestock by Development Region in Romania

Diana Marin, Cornelia Petroman, Ioan Petroman, Ioana Balan, Cosmina Toader, Ramona Ciolac, Loredana Heber, Ioan Furdui

Abstract


In the period under review shows a downward trend in the evolution of swine herds affecting insurance requirements for meat and meat products both regionally and throughout the country. Reduced number was due largely bankruptcy phenomenon of breeding pigs and operating a centralized private-family farms and inability to produce biological material for fattening performance due to a bad management practice. Massive reductions across the swine herd is due in large part, losing the European market and as a result of reduced meat quality and pricing is high enough in relation to the global market for pork. The most drastic decrease is found in 5 Western regions, followed by South- Muntenia were where concentrated the largest flocks of pigs.


Keywords


development region; livestock; pig; Romania

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