Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia – MICC presents a new report titled “Animal Health, Mongolian Wealth: Unlocking Mongolia’s Other Treasure Chest” that details the tremendous potential of the domestic meat export industry. Mongolia’s livestock population has grown to record levels in the past few years, rivaling the livestock population of major meat exporters like New Zealand. However, the total quantity of Mongolia’s meat exports is less than 8,000 tons — MICC believes the industry’s true potential is upwards of 700,000 tons annually, enough to make it a major global player. To reach this potential, downstream improvements to veterinary care and vaccination programs should be prioritized over modernizing Mongolia’s slaughterhouses.
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