Unión Nacional de Avicultores

The Unión Nacional de Avicultores (Mexican Poultry Producers Association) has as objectives representing, participating and protecting –before the public and private sectors of Mexico and abroad– the general actions to defend its interests contributing to their better development.

The Unión Nacional de Avicultores originated from the Union of Associations of Mexican Poultry Producers created on April 24th, 1958 …

From 2008 to 2019 the consumption of agricultural inputs has grown 18.2%, with an average annual growth rate of 1.7% from 2008 to 2019.

The UNA presents the closing parameters of 2017, on industry statistics.

Here you will find the current national regulations that regulate and modify activities in poultry.


Expectations 2019

By the end of 2019, national poultry production is estimated to grow 3% compared to 2018, with a total production of 6.4 million tons of food (chicken, turkey and egg).

Chicken production 3.6 million tons
Egg production 2.9 million tons
Latest publications

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It contains the most relevant figures of Mexican poultry farming. In this compendium you can consult production, consumption, health, international trade …

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This study aims to know values in the habits of purchase and consumption of chicken by consumers.

The history of the Unión Nacional de Avicultores of Mexico, is a book written by the MVZ. Miguel Ángel Márquez, who recounts the management during the period between …

In the Egg book : Myths, Realities and Benefits you can find the most varied information about this complete food, from its production …

Study prepared by the Group of Economists and Associates in which the sensitivity of consumer prices of eggs and chicken is presented

Study in which the main results of uses and habits of consumption of chicken meat on the northern border of Mexico are presented



In a large skillet, heat the oil and fry the chicken for three…

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Cut the boneless turkey tighs, red pepper, Green pepper, and onion into medium cubes…

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Mix the bechamel with the cream…

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Place all ingredients in a refractory…

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