Database Update: Import of Veterinary Drugs, Feed Supplements, and Veterinary APIs to Russia (November 2017)
Between January and November 2017, Russia imported 29 bln RUB worth of feed supplements (free circulation prices), which is a 5.1% increase in monetary terms against the same period of 2016. The import of veterinary drugs amounted to 20.7 bln RUB, with a 4.8% increase. The veterinary API import had the biggest progress, with 12.7% and 1.6 bln RUB.
Products for livestock account for as much as 93% of the import of feed supplements in monetary terms, while products for pets account for only 1%. Veterinary drugs for pets account for 14% of the import of veterinary drugs in monetary terms, and veterinary drugs for livestock account for 83%.
In physical terms, the increase is way bigger than in monetary terms. As for veterinary APIs, Russia imported 950 tons, which is nearly 35% higher than that in 2016. The import of veterinary drugs has risen by 17.3% (to 25 mln units), while the import of feed supplements has increased by 9.4% (to 9.9 mln units.)
Read more about the import of veterinary APIs and feed supplements to Russia (October performance) here: http://rncph.com/news/16_11_2017
Dynamics of import of veterinary drugs, feed supplements, and veterinary APIs to Russia, import structure, free circulation prices including customs clearance, bln RUB (January – November 2016, January – November 2017)