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Australia: Milk Balance of self-sufficiency 2013

Years: 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
 
 
Year summary 2013 Tons
Milk Production ** (C) 9.488.933
Import in Milk Equivalent (I) 712.194
Export in Milk Equivalent (E) 3.455.239
% Self-sufficiency Milk = C/(C+I-E) 140,66%
 
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2013 Customs Code Ton Yield * Milk Equivalent
(tons)
Milk Production ** (C) 9.488.933
Imports:
Bulk and pack. milk 040110+040120 1.312 1,00 1.312
Cheese 0406 69.289 8,53 591.207
Butter 0405 20.636 0 0
Powders:  
                - SMP 040210 5.381 10,32 55.530
                - WMP 040221 - 040229 8.093 7,40 59.907
Condensed Milk 040291+040299 2.119 2,00 4.238
Total IMPORT in Milk Equivalent (I) 712.194
Exports:
Bulk and pack. milk 040110+040120 92.355 1,00 92.355
Cheese 0406 163.386 8,53 1.394.075
Butter 0405 49.393 0 0
Powders:  
                - SMP 040210 119.311 10,32 1.231.282
                - WMP 040221 - 040229 96.101 7,40 711.335
Condensed Milk 040291+040299 13.096 2,00 26.193
Total EXPORT in Milk Equivalent (E) 3.455.239
Calculated consumption in Milk Equivalent (C + I - E) 6.745.888
Total milk used in Milk Equivalent (C + I) 10.201.127
% import of total milk used in Australia ( I / (C + I) ) 6,98%
% Self-sufficiency in 2013 ( C / (C + I - E) ) 140,66%
* Volumes of milk necessary to obtain 1 kg of product - Source: Processed by CLAL
** Cow's milk production
Source Cow milk's deliveries: Dairy Australia
Source Import e Export: GTIS