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Table Egg Production


In 2017 there were 5 layer PS farm companies in the Peninsular part of the country. These farms produce more than 44.9 million layer day-old-chick pullets. Lohmann Brown, Hisex-Brown Dekalb and Novogen are the predominant breeds. All the table eggs produced are brown shelled eggs.

 

There are approximately 257 layer farms producing 12,502 million eggs in the same year. About 8 companies produce more than 1 million table eggs per day each. About 1,82 billion table eggs were exported to the Singapore market as fresh in-shell eggs.

 

 

All the eggs are marketed through wholesalers as fresh in shell eggs. There are presently three relatively small egg processing plants in operation to produce different forms of liquid eggs to the specific requirements of the bakery and confectionary industries.

 

There is growth in the production of “designer eggs” to meet the demand for “healthier” eggs deemed to be lower in cholesterol and higher in omega 3 fatty acids.

 

Efforts are being made to export in-shell eggs. In 2017 exports were made to Hong Kong (221.84 million), Timor Leste (33.81 million), Macau (9.10 million), Maldives (18.27 million), Brunei Darusalam (0.26 million). Interest to export is dependent on the offer prices of the importers which varies according the regional market sentiments.

 

 

                     

 

Embrace Chicken and Eggs to Break the Cycle of Child Stunting
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14 November 19

C Our Future – Embrace Chicken and Eggs to Break the Cycle of Child Stunting

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