Vietnam animal feed imports fall to US$618m

The drop is being attributed to thee price decreases in imported fodder, as well as increasingly abundant supplies domestically. Vietnam uses mainly corn, cereal grains, soy beans and cassava as raw fodder. In addition the harvest this year mostly produced foddering products, given that the price of paddies has also dropped. Vietnam’s dependence on imported materials has meant that the final products are 10 to 15pc higher than in neighbouring Thailand or China. Feed raw material imports were 8.9 million tonnes last year, at a total cost of US$3.7 billion, representing about 62pc of the total demand.

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