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Research Report on China’s Cow Farms in Scale

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Brief Introduction:

So far, there is no detailed data or analysis report on Cow farms in China, whereas this report aims to fill up the blankness. This report elaborates the current status of scaled Cow farming and farms in 15 main provinces comprehensively and systematically, including development plan for dairy farming and supporting policies, raw Milk Procurement Price and price change, technologies and equipment on farms, scaled Cow farming modes, profit margin of Cow farming, survey on production management of representative Cow farms and evaluation of the current situation and judgment on the trend of Cow farming in China.

Table of Contents:

1. Overview of Dairy Farming in China
1.1 Breeds of Cow and Distribution
1.1.1 Breeds
1.1.2 Regional Layout of Different Breeds
1.2 Cow Milk Production
1.2.1 Cow Inventory
1.2.2 Cow Milk Production
1.2.3 Yield of Cow
1.2.4 Raw Milk Layout
1.2.5 Raw Milk Procurement Price
1.3 Policy Environment for Cow Farming
1.3.1 Development Goal
1.3.2 Dairy Processing and Dairy Animal Farming
1.3.3 Dairy Animal Farming and Raw Milk Procurement
1.3.4 National Standard on Raw Milk
1.3.5 Supporting Policy
1.4 Technology and Equipment of Cow Farms
1.4.1 Gene Improvement
1.4.2 DHI Performance Test
1.4.3 Milking Equipment and Cold Milk Tanks
1.4.4 Farm Management System
1.5 Input and output of Cow Farming
1.5.1 Composition of Input
1.5.2 Composition of Output
1.5.3 Changing Trend of Input and Output
1.6 Cow Farming Modes
1.6.1 Concept for Cow Farming Modes
1.6.2 Different Scales and Farming Modes
1.6.3 Main Factors Affecting Changes of Farming Modes
2. Overview of Cow Farms
2.1 Proportion of Scaled Cow Farms
2.2 National Layout of Cow Farms
2.3 Feeding Methods of Cow Farms
2.4 Yield of Cow Farms
2.5 Herd Structure of Cow Farms
2.6 Milking Methods
2.7 Feed Structure of Cow Farms
2.8 Profit of Cow Farms
Special Column I: How Dongxing Cow Farm in Jiaxing City, Zhejiang Generate Sound Economic Benefit
Special Column II: Dairy Farming Profit and Plan of Modern Farming (01117.HK)
3. Current Status of Cow Farms in Main Provinces
3.1 Inner Mongolia
3.1.1 Development Plan on Dairy Farming and Supporting Policy
3.1.2 Cow Breeds and Layout
3.1.3 Milk Procurement Price
3.1.4 Layout of Scaled Cow Farming
3.1.5 Daily Milk Handling Capacity of Processing Companies
3.1.6 Mechanized Milking
3.1.7 Milk Stations and Their Management
3.1.8 Fodder and Feed
3.1.9 Cow Import
3.1.10 Interest Binding Methods between Farms and Processing Companies
3.1.11 Input and Output of Cow Farms
3.2 Heilongjiang
3.2.1 Development Plan on Dairy Farming and Supporting Policy
3.2.2 Cow Breeds and Layout
3.2.3 Milk Procurement Price
3.2.4 Layout of Scaled Cow Farming
3.2.5 Daily Milk Handling Capacity of Processing Companies
3.1.6 Mechanized Milking
3.2.7 Milk Stations and Their Management
3.2.8 Fodder and Feed
3.2.9 Cow Import
3.2.10 Interest Binding Methods between Farms and Processing Companies
3.2.11 Input and Output of Cow Farm
3.3 Liaoning
3.3.1 Development Plan on Dairy Farming and Supporting Policy
3.3.2 Cow Breeds and Layout
3.3.3 Milk Procurement Price
3.3.4 Layout of Scaled Cow Farming
3.3.5 Daily Milk Handling Capacity of Processing Companies
3.3.6 Mechanized Milking
3.3.7 Milk Stations and Management
3.3.8 Fodder and Feed
3.3.9 Cow Import
3.3.10 Interest Binding Methods between Farms and Processing Companies
3.3.11 Input and Output of Cow
3.4 Hebei
3.4.1 Development Plan on Dairy Farming and Supporting Policy
3.4.2 Cow Breeds and Layout
3.4.3 Milk Procurement Price
3.4.4 Layout of Scaled Cow Farming
3.4.5 Daily Milk Handling Capacity of Processing Companies
3.4.6 Mechanized Milking
3.4.7 Milk Stations and Their Management
3.4.8 Fodder and Feed
3.4.9 Cow Import
3.4.10 Interest Binding Methods between Farms and Processing Companies
3.4.11 Input and Output of Cow
3.5 Shandong
3.5.1 Development Plan on Dairy Farming and Supporting Policy
3.5.2 Cow Breeds and Layout
3.5.3 Milk Procurement Price
3.5.4 Layout of Scaled Cow Farming
3.5.5 Daily Milk Handling Capacity of Processing Companies
3.5.6 Mechanized Milking
3.5.7 Milk Stations and Their Management
3.5.8 Fodder and Feed
3.5.9 Cow Import
3.5.10 Interest Binding Methods between Farms and Processing Companies
3.5.11 Input and Output of Cow
3.6 Shaanxi
3.6.1 Development Plan on Dairy Farming and Supporting Policy
3.6.2 Cow Breeds and Layout
3.6.3 Milk Procurement Price
3.6.4 Layout of Scaled Cow Farming
3.6.5 Daily Milk Handling Capacity of Processing Companies
3.6.6 Mechanized Milking
3.6.7 Milk Stations and Their Management
3.6.8 Fodder and Feed
3.6.9 Cow Import
3.6.10 Interest Binding Methods between Farms and Processing Companies
3.6.11 Input and Output of Cow
3.7 Henan
3.7.1 Development Plan on Dairy Farming and Supporting Policy
3.7.2 Cow Breeds and Layout
3.7.3 Milk Procurement Price
3.7.4 Layout of Scaled Cow Farming
3.7.5 Daily Milk Handling Capacity of Processing Companies
3.7.6 Mechanized Milking
3.7.7 Milk Stations and Their Management
3.7.8 Fodder and Feed
3.7.9 Cow Import
3.7.10 Interest Binding Methods between Farms and Processing Companies
3.7.11 Input and Output of Cow
3.8 Xinjiang
3.8.1 Development Plan on Dairy Farming and Supporting Policy
3.8.2 Cow Breeds and Layout
3.8.3 Milk Procurement Price
3.8.4 Layout of Dairy Farming Scales
3.8.5 Daily Milk Handling Capacity of Processing Companies
3.8.6 Mechanized Milking
3.8.7 Milk Stations and Their Management
3.8.8 Fodder and Feed
3.8.9 Cow Import
3.8.10 Interest Binding Methods between Farms and Processing Companies
3.8.11 Input and Output of Cow
Special Column III: Cow Farming Profit and Development Plan of Xinjiang Xibu Animal Farming Co., Ltd.
3.9 Shanxi
3.9.1 Development Plan on Dairy Farming and Supporting Policy
3.9.2 Cow Breeds and Layout
3.9.3 Milk Procurement Price
3.9.4 Layout of Scaled Cow Farming
3.9.5 Daily Milk Handling Capacity of Processing Companies
3.9.6 Mechanized Milking
3.9.7 Milk Stations and Their Management
3.9.8 Fodder and Feed
3.9.9 Cow Import
3.9.10 Interest Binding Methods between Farms and Processing Companies
3.9.11 Input and Output of Cow
3.10 Ningxia
3.10.1 Development Plan on Dairy Farming and Supporting Policy
3.10.2 Cow Breeds and Layout
3.10.3 Milk Procurement Price
3.10.4 Layout of Scaled Farming
3.10.5 Daily Milk Handling Capacity of Processing Companies
3.10.6 Mechanized Milking
3.10.7 Milk Stations and Their Management
3.10.8 Fodder and Feed
3.10.9 Cow Import
3.10.10 Interest Binding Methods between Farms and Processing Companies
3.10.11 Input and Output of Cow
3.11 Jiangsu
3.11.1 Development Plan on Dairy Farming and Supporting Policy
3.11.2 Cow Breeds and Layout
3.11.3 Milk Procurement Price
3.11.4 Layout of Scaled Cow Farming
3.11.5 Daily Milk Handling Capacity of Processing Companies
3.11.6 Mechanized Milking
3.11.7 Milk Stations and Their Management
3.11.8 Fodder and Feed
3.11.9 Cow Import
3.11.10 Interest Binding Methods between Farms and Processing Companies
3.11.11 Input and Output of Cow
3.12 Sichuan
3.12.1 Development Plan on Dairy Farming and Supporting Policy
3.12.2 Cow Breeds and Layout
3.12.3 Milk Procurement Price
3.12.4 Layout of Scaled Cow Farming
3.12.5 Daily Milk Handling Capacity of Processing Companies
3.12.6 Mechanized Milking
3.12.7 Milk Stations and Their Management
3.12.8 Fodder and Feed
3.12.9 Cow Import
3.12.10 Interest Binding Methods between Farms and Processing Companies
3.12.11 Input and Output of Cow
3.13 Beijing
3.13.1 Development Plan on Dairy Farming and Supporting Policy
3.13.2 Cow Breeds and Layout
3.13.3 Milk Procurement Price
3.13.4 Layout of Scatted Cow Farming
3.13.5 Daily Milking Handling Capacity of Processing Companies
3.13.6 Mechanized Milking
3.13.7 Milk Stations and Their Management
3.13.8 Fodder and Feed
3.13.9 Cow Import
3.13.10 Interest Binding Methods between Farms and Processing Companies
3.13.11 Input and Output of Cow
3.14 Shanghai
3.14.1 Development Plan on Dairy Farming and Supporting Policy
3.14.2 Cow Breeds and Layout
3.14.3 Milk Procurement Price
3.14.4 Layout of Scaled Cow Farming
3.14.5 Daily Milk Handling Capacity of Processing Companies
3.14.6 Mechanized Milking
3.14.7 Milk Stations and Their Management
3.14.8 Fodder and Feed
3.14.9 Cow Import
3.14.10 Interest Binding Methods between Farms and Processing Companies
3.14.11 Input and Output of Cow
3.15 Tianjin
3.15.1 Development Plan on Dairy Farming and Supporting Policy
3.15.2 Cow Breeds and Layout
3.15.3 Milk Procurement Price
3.15.4 Layout of Scaled Cow Farming
3.15.5 Daily Milk Handling Capacity of Processing Companies
3.15.6 Mechanized Milking
3.15.7 Milk Stations and Their Management
3.15.8 Fodder and Feed
3.15.9 Cow Import
3.15.10 Interest Binding Methods between Farms and Processing Companies
3.15.11 Input and Output of Cow
4. Survey on Production Management of Representative Cow Farms in China
4.1 Layout of Scaled Cow Farms
4.1.1 Composition
4.1.2 Regional Layout
4.2 Survey on Production Management of Cow Farms of Different Scales
4.2.1 Inner Mongolia Heligeer Modern Animal Farming Co., Ltd.
4.2.2 Beijing Luhe No. 1 Farm
4.2.3 Tianjin Runhua Cow Farm
4.2.4 Hebei Shuangwa Luanxian Farm
4.2.5 Heilongjiang Anda Youyi Farm
4.2.6 Liaoning Dalian Shengda Animal Farming Co., Ltd.
4.2.7 Shanghai Bright Jinshan Cow Farm
4.2.8 Fujian Changfu No. 33 Farm
4.2.9 Shandong Zaozhuang Xianghe Dairy Co., Ltd. Farm
4.2.10 Hubei Huanggang Xianglin Dairy Cattle Farm
4.2.11 Luqilin Dairy Cattle Farm, Zhengzhou, Henan
4.2.12 New Hope Hongya Pilot Farm, Sichuan
4.2.13 Xi’an Caotan Farm, Shaanxi
4.2.14 Tianshan Animal Farm, Xinjiang
4.2.15 Tangshan Fonterra Farm, Hebei
5. BOABC’s Assesment of the Current Status and Judgment of Trend of Dairy Cattle Farms in China
5.1 Assesment of the Current Status
5.1.1 Challenges Faced by Scaled Dairy Cattle Farms
5.1.2 Potential and Opportunity for Scaled Dairy Cattle Farms
5.2 Trend of Scaled Dairy Cattle Farms
Annex
Annex 1: Raw Milk Production, Supply and Demand in China, 2009-2011
Annex 2: List of Scaled Dairy Cattle Farms with Inventory over 1000
 
Contents of Figures & Tables
Figure
Figure 1-1 Changes of Cow Inventory in China, 1996-2010
Figure 1-2 Changes of Cow Milk Production in China, 1996-2010
Figure 1-3 Changes of Cow Yield in China, 1999-2010
Figure 1-4 Average Price Trend of Raw Milk in the 10 Leading Producing Provinces in the North, by Month, 2008-2011
Figure 1-5 Trend of Gross Profit Rate for Different Farming Scales, 2004-2009
Figure 1-6 Changes of Cow Farming Profit, by Month, 2009-2010
Figure 2-1 Proportion of Scaled Farms (zones) with over 100 Inventory in National Total, 2009
Figure 2-2 Proportion of Cow Inventory of Scaled Farms (zones) with over 100 Inventory in National Total, 2009
Figure 2-3 Proportion of Cow Inventory of Scaled Farms (zones) with over 1000 Inventory in National Total, 2009
Figure 3-1 Layout of Cow Inventory in Inner Mongolia, 2009
Figure 3-2 Map of Inner Mongolia
Figure 3-3 Layout of Scaled Cow Farming in Inner Mongolia, by Cow Inventory, 2009
Figure 3-4 Layout of Dairy Farms (zones) of Different Scales in Main Regions in Inner Mongolia, 2009
Figure 3-5 Layout of Cow Inventory in Heilongjiang, 2009
Figure 3-6 Map of Heilongjiang
Figure 3-7 Map of Heilongjiang Farm Reclamation
Fig 3-8 Layout of Scaled Cow Farming In Heilongjiang, by Cow Inventory, 2009
Fig 3-9 Layout of Scaled Farms with Over 100 Inventory in Heilongjiang and Harbin, 2009
Fig 3-10 Map of Liaoning
Fig 3-11 Layout of Scaled Farming in Liaoning, by Cow Inventory, 2009
Fig 3-12 Layout of Scaled Farms with Over 100 Inventory in Liaoning, 2009
Figure 3-13 Map of Hebei
Figure 3-14 Layout of Scaled Cow Farming in Hebei, by Cow Inventory, 2009
Figure 3-15 Layout of Scaled Cow Farms with over 100 Inventory in Hebei, 2009
Figure 3-16 Map of Shandong
Figure 3-17 Layout of Scaled Cow Farming in Shandong, by Cow Quantity, 2009
Figure 3-19 Map of Shaanxi
Figure 3-20 Layout of Scaled Cow Farming in Shaanxi, by Cow Inventory, 2009
Figure 3-21 Map of Henan
Figure 3-22 Layout of Scaled Cow Farming in Henan, by Cow Inventory, 2009
Figure 3-23 Map of Xinjiang
Fig 3-24 Layout of Scaled Cow Farming in Xinjiang, by Cow Inventory, 2009
Figure 3-25 Map of Shanxi
Figure 3-26 Layout of Scaled Cow Farming in Shanxi, by Cow Inventory, 2009
Figure 3-27 Map of Ningxia
Figure 3-28 Layout of Scaled Cow Farms in Ningxia, by Cow Inventory, 2009
Figure 3-29 Map of Jiangsu
Figure 3-30 Layout of Scaled Cow Farms in Jiangsu, by Cow Inventory, 2009
Figure 3-31 Map of Sichuan
Figure 3-32 Layout of Scaled Cow Farms in Sichuan, by Cow Inventory, 2009
Figure 3-33 Map of Beijing
Figure 3-34 Layout of Scaled Cow Farms in Beijing, by Cow Inventory, 2009
Figure 3-35 Map of Shanghai
Figure 3-36 Map of Tianjin
Figure 3-37 Layout of Scaled Cow Farms in Tianjin, by Cow Inventory, 2009
Fig 4-1 Layout of Scaled Cow Farms in China, by Cow Inventory, 2009
Fig 4-2 Regional Layout of Scaled Cow Farms with Inventory Above 1000, by Quantity of Farms, 2009
Fig 4-3 Regional Layout of Cow Farms with Over 100 Inventory, by Cow Inventory, 2009
Fig 4-4 Regional Layout of Cow Farms with Over 500 Inventory, by Cow Inventory, 2009
Fig 4-5 Regional Layout of Cow Farms with Over 1000 Inventory, by Cow Inventory, 2009
Table 4-3 Productin Management of Tianjin Runhua Cow Farm, 2010
 
Table 1-1 Milk Production and Milk per cow in Different Regions in China, 2009
Table 1-2 Total Milk Production of the TOP 10 Provinces in China, 2009
Table 1-3 Cow Milk Production of the TOP 10 Cities in Provincial Level in China, 2009
Table 1-4 Prefectural-Level Cities with over 500,000 tons of Cow Milk Production in China, 2009
Table 1-5 Sensual Indices
Table 1-6 Physical and Chemical Indices
Table 1-7 Microorganism Indices
Table 1-8 Breeds of Breeding Bulls of Main Breeding Companies in China and Inventory, 2010
Table 1-9 Foreign-funded Breeding Bull Stations and Main Breeding Companies in China
Table 1-10 Major Indices of Production Performance of DHI Tested Farms, 2010
Table 1-11 Production Performance of Different Inventory of DHI Tested Farms, 2010
Table 1-12 List of Recommended Milking Equipment, 2009-2010
Table 1-13 List of Recommended Milk Storage Tanks (cold storage),2009-2010
Table 1-14 Feed Cost and Changes of Raw Milk Procurement Price for Different farming Scales, 2004-2009
Table 2-1 Change of Cow Farming Scale, 2002-2009
Table 2-2 Input and Output of Each Cow on Large/medium-scale Farms, 2009
Table 2-3 Cow Farming Profit of Modern Farming (01117.HK)
Table 3-1 Cow Inventory of Main Counties (cities at the county level/districts) in Inner Mongolia, 2009-2010
Table 3-2 Input and Output for Each head of Cow on Medium-scale Cow Farms in Inner Mongolia, 2009
Table 3-3 Cow Inventory of Main Counties (cities of the county level/districts), 2009-2010
Table 3-4 Input and Output of Each Head of Cow of Large Farms in Heilongjiang, 2009
Table 3-5 Input and Output of Each Head of Cow at Large/medium-scale Farms, 2009
Table 3-6 Cow Inventory of Main Counties (cities at the county level/districts) in Hebei, 2009-2010
Table 3-7 Cow Inventory of Main Counties (cities of the county level/districts), 2009-2010
Table 3-8 Input and Output of Each Head of Cow at Large Farms in Shandong, 2009
Table 3-9 Cow Inventory of Main Counties (cities at the county level/regions) in Shaanxi, 2009-2010
Table 3-10 Input and Output of Each Head of Cow on Large Farms in Shaanxi, 2009
Table 3-11 Cow Inventory of Main Counties (cities at the county level/regions), 2009-2010
Table 3-12 Input and Output of Each Head of Cow of Large/medium Farms in Henan, 2009
Table 3-13 Cow Inventory of Main Counties (cities at the county level/region) in Xinjiang, 2009-2010
Table 3-14 Input and Output of Each Head of Cow on Large and Medium Farms in Xinjiang, 2009
Table 3-15 Core Sector and Operational Status of Xibu Animal Farming, 2010
Table 3-16 List of Subsidy to Xibu Animal Farming from Shihezi and Agricultural Branch No. 8, 2010
Table 3-15 Cow Inventory of Main Counties (cities at the county level/district) in Shanxi, 2009-2010
Table 3-16 Input and Output of Each Cow in shanxi, 2009
Table 3-17 Cow Inventory Scale of Main Counties (cities at the county level/district), 2009-2010
Table 3-18 Input and Output of Each Head of Cow on Farms in Ningxia, 2009
Table 3-19 Input and Output of Each Head of Cow of Farms in Sichuan, 2009
Table 3-20 Input and Output of Each Head of Cow oof Farms in Beijing, 2009
Table 3-21 Input and Output of Each Head of Cow in Farms in Shanghai, 2009
Table 3-22 Input and Output of Each Head of Cow of Farms in Tianjin, 2009
Table 4-1 Production Management of Inner Mongolia Heligeer Modern Animal Farming Co., Ltd., 2010
Table 4-2 Production Management of Beijing Sanyuan Luhe No. 1 Farm, 2010
Table 4-4 Production Management of Hebei Shuangwa Luanxian Farm, 2010
Table 4-5 Production Management of Heilongjiang Anda Youyi Farm, 2010
Table 4-6 Production Management of the Farm of Liaoning Dalian Shengda Animal Farming Co., Ltd., 2010
Table 4-7 Production Management of Shanghai Bright Jinshan Cow Farm, 2010
Table 4-8 Production Management of Fujian Changfu No. 33 Farm, 2010
Table 4-9 Production Management of Shandong Zaozhuang Xianghe Dairy Co., Ltd. Farm, 2010
Table 4-10 Production Management of Hubei Huanggang Xianglin Dairy Cattle Farm, 2010
Table 4-11 Production Management of Luqilin Dairy Cattle Farm, Zhengzhou, Henan, 2010
Table 4-12 Production Management of New Hope Hongya Pilot Farm, Sichuan, 2010
Table 4-13 Production Management of Xi’an Caotan Farm, Shaanxi, 2010
Table 4-14 Production Management of Tianshan Animal Farm, Xinjiang, 2010
Table 4-15 Production Management of Tangshan Fonterra Farm, Hebei, 2010

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