The millennial custom of moving goats and sheep to provide them with food is currently an effective and sustainable way of keeping mountains and ravines clean. An adult goat ingests between 1.5 and 2.5 kg of dry plant matter daily (350 to 1500 g of leaves and scrub shoots). Adult sheep, grazing, can consume 2 to 3 kg of dry matter daily (scrub and woody species). A way of converting dangerous vegetable waste, of which nobody deals, into a delicious resource, of proximity and nutritionally excellent, the meats of suckling pig, sheep and goat of European origin.
The European Union has published the report ‘EU Agricultural Outlook for markets, income and environment 2020-2030′ in which it carries out an analysis of the prospects expected in the next decade, until 2030. These are prospects and, therefore, Therefore, the data may vary.
- Sustainability is expected to take a more prominent role in the EU meat markets, both among producers and consumers.
- Covid19, outbreaks and ASF will cause great uncertainty regarding the global demand for meat.
- Per capita meat consumption in the EU is projected to decline by 1.1 kg to 67.6 kg in 2030.
- Pork: The EU should remain the dominant supplier, but the record levels of 2019-2020 are not expected to recover.
- Beef: production and consumption in Europe will decrease but export opportunities increase.
- Sheep and goat meat production and consumption in the EU is expected to remain stable.
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