Greece - Production of meat: sheep and goats was 69.11 Thousand tonnes in December of 2021, according to the EUROSTAT. Historically, Greece - Production of meat: sheep and goats reached a record high of 107.05 Thousand tonnes in December of 2010 and a record low of 66.68 Thousand tonnes in December of 2020. Trading Economics provides the current actual value, an historical data chart and related indicators for Greece - Production of meat: sheep and goats - last updated from the EUROSTAT on July of 2022.

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Production Of Meat: Sheep And Goats
Country Last Previous Unit Reference
Spain 130.46 125.27 Thousand tonnes Dec 2021
France 88.00 86.40 Thousand tonnes Dec 2021
Greece 69.11 66.68 Thousand tonnes Dec 2021
Ireland 63.49 66.23 Thousand tonnes Dec 2021
Italy 30.20 29.80 Thousand tonnes Dec 2021
Germany 25.00 26.00 Thousand tonnes Dec 2021
Netherlands 18.34 18.54 Thousand tonnes Dec 2021
Portugal 10.52 9.58 Thousand tonnes Dec 2021
Austria 7.42 7.21 Thousand tonnes Dec 2021
Cyprus 5.15 4.61 Thousand tonnes Dec 2021
Belgium 3.06 2.85 Thousand tonnes Dec 2021
Finland 1.37 1.41 Thousand tonnes Dec 2020
Denmark 1.30 1.30 Thousand tonnes Dec 2021
Slovakia 0.54 0.60 Thousand tonnes Dec 2015
Latvia 0.45 0.56 Thousand tonnes Dec 2021
Estonia 0.18 0.19 Thousand tonnes Dec 2021
Lithuania 0.17 0.19 Thousand tonnes Dec 2021
Malta 0.17 0.18 Thousand tonnes Dec 2021
Slovenia 0.16 0.13 Thousand tonnes Dec 2021
Greece | EUROSTAT Indicators