Lithuania produces more meat per capita than any of the other Baltic States according to new data from Statistics Lithuania.

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Lithuania's per capita meat production rose by 6 kilogrammes last year on 2014 to 83 kilogrammes, including 29 kilograms of pork – pork production was unchanged.

This compares with Estonia's meat production of 64 kilograms per capita, and Latvia's 43 kilogrammes.

Per capita milk production in Lithuania last year fell by 14 kilograms to 598 kilograms and egg production decreased by 4 units to 271 units.

In Latvia, per capita milk production was 495 kilograms and in Estonia, 596 kilograms. Egg production per head was 353 units in Latvia and 155 units in Estonia.

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