The comparison of three Dutch pork cases

This report presents the case study results of local-global pork chain performances in The Netherlands.
The Dutch pork production sector came up after World War 2 and developed into a highly intensified and specialized sector, with emphasis in the southern part of the country. As it became possible and economically attractive to transport fodder ingredients over great distances, pig husbandry became a booming sector, with high technology and knowledge input, and a major exporting sector.

H. Oostindie, I. Horlings, R. Van Broekhuizen – Wageningen University and Research Centre (WUR)
E. Hees – Centre for Agriculture and Environment (CLM)

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April 13, 2015

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