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    A "livestock crisis" in Iraq is accompanied by a search for a "protein" alternative and fear of dead

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    A "livestock crisis" in Iraq is accompanied by a search for a "protein" alternative and fear of dead Empty A "livestock crisis" in Iraq is accompanied by a search for a "protein" alternative and fear of dead

    Post by Rocky Sun 16 Jun 2024, 4:34 am

    A "livestock crisis" in Iraq is accompanied by a search for a "protein" alternative and fear of deadly diseases

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    Today, Saturday (June 15, 2024), economic expert Mahdi Dawai identified the impact of importing livestock and sheep on the Iraqi market, while noting that the livestock sector in Iraq has been subjected to repeated setbacks that have led to a significant decline in its production.
    Douai said in an interview with "Baghdad Today", "The livestock breeding sector has been exposed to crises in conjunction with severe drought and the decline of government support in recent years, but it has maintained its privacy and the demand for it continues despite the rise in prices."
    He added, "The sensitivity of a large percentage of Iraqis towards cattle and sheep meat leads to continued demand for local production, matched by the desire of ordinary people to search for a protein alternative in reference to meat that is lower in terms of prices, which leads to an increase in demand for imported products, but in all cases the demand for local remains." It continues because it is distinguished by its quality and taste difference.”
    Dawai pointed out that “supporting the livestock and sheep breeding sector in Iraq will create economic dimensions called backward and forward links, which are reviving the fodder and canning market, both of which are sectors that attract more labor. He pointed out that opening imports is a good step, but it will affect sheep and livestock breeders in specific proportions in light of the rise in imports. Production costs compared to revenues.
    He continued, "Iraq, through the private sector, imports from several countries, most notably Brazil, but the most important thing is to tighten inspection procedures to avoid the transmission of deadly diseases to livestock in the country."
    According to statistics published on June 4, Iraq ranked tenth in the Arab world with the most livestock in 2024, according to the World Population Review website. 
    The site's data showed that the United Arab Emirates was first in exporting live livestock with 356,231 heads, and Kuwait was second with 166,116 heads, while Jordan and Qatar topped the Arab countries with the most livestock imports at $270 million to import about 2.169 million heads, and $136 million to import about one million heads, according to the website. Consecutive.
    As for the Arab countries that own the most livestock for the current year, Sudan topped the list with 40.9 million heads of livestock, or 3.24% of the global total, followed by Algeria, with 31.2 million heads of livestock, or 2.45% of the global total, followed by Morocco, with 35.3 million heads of livestock, or 1.75% of the global total. Syria was followed by 18.8 million heads of livestock, representing 1.27% of the global total.
    Somalia came fifth with 14 million heads of livestock, or 0.96% of the global total, followed by Mauritania, with 13.7 million heads of livestock, or 0.88% of the global total, followed by Saudi Arabia, with 11.1 million heads of livestock, or 0.75% of the global total, followed by Yemen, with 10.8 million heads of livestock, or 0.73% of the global total. The global total, followed by Libya with 8.7 million heads of livestock, or 0.59% of the global total, while Iraq ranked tenth with 7.5 million heads of livestock, or 0.53% of the global total.
    Pastoralism and sheep raising represent a large industry and are the basis of several industries in many societies, despite the development that humanity has witnessed during recent centuries. According to this report, we review the countries that own the most livestock in the Arab world.
    The lists of the Arab countries that most produce, export and import livestock indicate what may be paradoxes, as statistics from the Arab world show that although Sudan is one of the Arab countries that possesses the most livestock, it is not one of the largest exporters.
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