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The Effects of the Agricultural Policies on the Relative Privileges of Meat Production in Egypt

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.4, No. 2)

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Page : 1067-1070

Keywords : Relative privilege- red meat- Egypt;

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The most important results that the study has concluded are restricted to the highly relative privilege which Egypt has in producing the poultry meat estimated about 78.9 % This is followed by the relative privilege which Egypt has in producing the red meat estimated almost 52.6 %. As to the fish production, the study has indicated that Egypt does not have relative privilege in producing fish during the study period (1994-2012). Therefore as to the red meat, the study has recommended the necessity to work at two main trends the first is horizontal and aims to duplicate the existing number of different animals, the second is vertical and aims to elevate the animal production proficiency level of beef, dairy and other related sub-products. As to fish, the study recommendations are represented in handling the most important negative points that have contributed to the relative privilege reduction of Egyptian fish production through developing the Egyptian fish wealth and providing high value species, fish farms, necessary fodder for fish farms, encourage investors to invest in fish farms, provide necessary needs and potentials for the fish farming industrialization in Egypt. Finally, the necessity to pay attention to management efficiency as the hectare production of the fish farms ranged in various states between 550 kgm to 6.6 tons and this difference is mainly attributed to management reasons.

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