The 375 million people living in Pakistan and Bangladesh have some of the world's fastest growing feed output. They are likely to become major consumers of red meat ruminant proteins.
Lacto-ovo vegetarianism and diverse demography make for regional feed and livestock disparities. Southern India's meat and fish consumption resembles that of Indonesia. Red meat consuming northern India is an agribusiness extension of neighboring Muslim nations.
North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region will invest RMB230 million (about US$32.9 million) to aid the development of the traditional dairy sector, stated the regional department of agriculture and animal husbandry, Xinhua reported.