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Chapter 7. Poultry and eggs


, : Chapter 7. Poultry and eggs. Annual report of the Minister for Agriculture, 1981: 59-62

24 000 000 broiler fowls were produced in the Irish Republic in 1981.

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Anonymous, 1987: Chapter 7. Poultry and eggs. About 30 800 000 broiler fowls were produced in the Irish Republic in 1986. Exports in 1986 of slaughtered poultry and cooked poultry meat were 2800 and 1700 tonnes resp. vs. 2400 and 2000 in 1985.

Anonymous, 1989: Chapter 7. Poultry and eggs. Statistics for the Irish Republic for 1988 (1987 figures in brackets) were as follows: egg exports, 31 059 cases (13 300); exports of day-old fowls, turkeys and geese, 1 500 000 (2 700 000); exports of uncooked poultry meat, 8282 tonnes (5500); ex...

Anonymous, 1985: Chapter 7. Poultry and eggs. About 25 600 000 broiler fowls were produced in the Irish Republic in 1984. Exports in 1984 of dead poultry and cooked poultry meat were 5187 and 732 tonnes resp. vs. 4935 and 1172 in 1983.

Anonymous, 1980: Chapter 8. Poultry and eggs. About 25 000 000 broiler fowls were produced in the Irish Republic in 1979, an estimated 9% increase on 1978. Exports of dead poultry and cooked poultry meat were 2900 tonnes (3000 in 1978) and 800 tonnes (820 in 1978) resp. in 1979.

Anonymous, 1986: Chapter 7. Poultry and eggs. About 27 300 000 broiler fowls were produced in the Irish Republic in 1985. Exports in 1985 of dead poultry and cooked poultry meat were 2800 and 1700 tonnes resp. vs. 2900 and 1500 in 1984.

Anonymous, 1981: Chapter 7. Poultry and eggs. About 25 000 000 broiler fowls were produced in the Irish Republic in 1980. Exports of dead poultry and cooked poultry meat were 6022 tonnes (2900 in 1979) and 579 tonnes (800 in 1979) resp. in 1980.

Anonymous, 1984: Chapter 7. Poultry and eggs. About 24 200 000 broiler fowls were produced in the Irish Republic in 1983. Exports in 1983 of dead poultry and cooked poultry meat were 4935 and 1172 tonnes resp. vs. 5357 and 759 in 1982.

Anonymous, 1983: Chapter 7. Poultry and eggs. About 24 500 000 broiler fowls were produced in the Irish Republic in 1982. Exports in 1982 of dead poultry and cooked poultry meat were 5357 tonnes (4686 in 1981) and 759 tonnes (846 in 1981) resp.

Anonymous, 1978: Chapter 7. Poultry and eggs. About 22 900 000 broiler fowls were produced in the Irish Republic in 1977, slightly fewer than in 1976. About 4000 tonnes of dead poultry and 1000 tonnes of cooked poultry meat were exported during 1977.

Hunt, K.E.; Clark, K.R., 1963: Poultry and eggs in Britain 1962-3, a statistical supplement to Poultry and eggs in Britain 1961-2. The data in this and in the 1961-62 publication relate almost entirely to the economics of producing and marketing poultry and eggs. Trends in output, prices and consumption in recent years (usually for 1961-63, but occasionally for longer periods...