World Per Capita Consumption of Red Meat and Poultry, 1975-91Entry ID: USDA0052
Abstract: World Per Capita Consumption of Red Meat and Poultry contains
consumption, population, and per capita consumption data for
beef and veal; pork; lamb, mutton, and goat; and total poultry
Collection Organization: Foreign Agricultural Service and the
Economic Research Service.
Collection Methodology: The data has been compiled by the ERS
from the World Livestock Situation and World ... Poultry Situation
published by the Foreign Agricultural Service.
Collection Frequency: Annually.
Update Characteristics: Updated in its entirety.
The data reside in a number of LOTUS 1-2-3 (.WK1) spreadsheet
Data Center: USDA Economic Research Service
Dissemination Media: Diskette, Internet gopher, Internet home
File Format: ASCII, Lotus/dBase
Access Instructions: Call NASS at 1-800-999-6779 for historical
series data available on diskette. For historical series data
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Access to the data or reports may be achieved through the
ERS-NASS information system:
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Start Date: 1975-01-01Stop Date: 1991-12-31
Quality Data distributed with this product may include both published
and unpublished statistics in the public domain. Distribution
in this form does not imply U.S. Department of Agriculture
approval of a particular data series or statistic, nor does the
Department attest to their accuracy. Moreover, the Economic
Research Service makes no warranty that data supplied in this
form are either accurate transcriptions from source materials or
appropriate for a particular user purpose.
Role: TECHNICAL CONTACT
Email: lbailey at econ.ag.gov
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Postal Code: 20005-4788
Creation and Review Dates
DIF Creation Date: 2005-09-14
Last DIF Revision Date: 2005-11-22