China Livestock Market Review & Outlook 2013 /2014

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Brief Introduction:

From the contents and structure of the report, “2013/2014 China Livestock Market Review & Outlook” will make deep analysis and review on the overall operation condition of livestock products production and supply in China, the breeding condition of hog, poultry, cattle and sheep, the supply, demand, consumption, price change and trade of pork, chicken, egg, beef and mutton market, and strives to find some new characteristics and new tendencies of China’s livestock products market and clears the development direction of China’s livestock products market for decision reference of relevant enterprises.

Basic Information:

In 2013, BOABC made several market researches on China’s livestock products market and gained a lot from these researches which help BOABC learn more about the production, circulation and consumption of meat in China. With our deepening research on livestock products market year after year, our “China Livestock Market Review & Outlook” obtains support of many enterprises and institutes at home and abroad and has more and more customers.

Table of Contents:

                                               Preface
 

Since 2004, BOABC started to summarize and review the operation of livestock breeding market and meat trade market in China at the end of each year comprehensively and make forecast and outlook on the market condition in the next year. The report of BOABC in 2013 forecasted that “China’s livestock products market will not be optimistic, the consumer demand for livestock products is not bright and clear, low-profit cycle of breeding industry may continue in 2013”.
 
Just as the forecast, China’s livestock products market was sluggish mainly in 2013, livestock breeding and production and marketing of livestock products both were fatigued and weak, which is mainly reflected in following aspects: the production of hogs was weak, pork prices were hard to rise, farmers were not active in buying piglets; under the influence of “fast growing chicken”, “H7N9”, the consumption of poultry meat and eggs dropped to the freezing point, poultry breeding and slaughtering industry took a heavy toll; the production of sheep and cattle still were behind the requirement, the tight supply of cattle and sheep increased, beef cattle and mutton sheep slaughter houses were struggling…While in 2014, will China’s livestock products market usher in a market recovery as we expected? When Chinese consumers’ confidence on meat consumption restore completely? What impact China’s egg futures will have on China’s layer breeding and egg supply? To what degree China’s trade deficit of meat import will be enlarged...? In this report, BOABV will discuss and analyze above questions on the base of combing historic data.
 
In 2013, BOABC made several market researches on China’s livestock products market and gained a lot from these researches which help BOABC learn more about the production, circulation and consumption of meat in China. With our deepening research on livestock products market year after year, our “China Livestock Market Review & Outlook” obtains support of many enterprises and institutes at home and abroad and has more and more customers. By this year, BOABC has published ten issues of “China Livestock Market Review & Outlook” in series. We all together witnessed the increasing development of large scale livestock breeding in China, the leaps and bounds of meat import, the development and growth of breeding and slaughtering enterprises in China. Hereon, BOABC sincerely thanks for your support and attention to “China Livestock Market Review & Outlook” in the last ten years.
From the contents and structure of the report, “2013/2014 China Livestock Market Review & Outlook” will make deep analysis and review on the overall operation condition of livestock products production and supply in China, the breeding condition of hog, poultry, cattle and sheep, the supply, demand, consumption, price change and trade of pork, chicken, egg, beef and mutton market, and strives to find some new characteristics and new tendencies of  China’s livestock products market and clears the development direction of China’s livestock products market for decision reference of relevant enterprises.

CONTENTS

Chapter I External Environment of China Livestock Market in 2013 1

1.1 China’s Micro-economy in 2013 and Its Impact 1
1.2 China’s Grain Production Policy in 2013 and Its Impact 2
1.3 China’s Feed Industry Development in 2013 and Its Impact 3
1.4 China’s Supporting Policy to Livestock market in 2013 and Its Impact 5
1.5 China’s Animal Epidemic & Epidemic Prevention System in 2013 and Their Impact 6
1.6 China’s Animal Slaughtering Industry Development in 2013 and Its Impact 8
1.7 China’s Policy for Animal Products International Trade in 2013 and Its Impact 9

Chapter II Overall Condition of China’s Livestock market in 2013 12

2.1 China’s Animal Products Supply in 2013 12
2.2 China’s Animal Products Demand in 2013 12
2.3 China’s Animal and Poultry Processing and Slaughtering in 2013 13
2.4 China’s Animal Products Price in 2013 14
2.5 Alternative Consumption of China’s Animal Products in 2013 15
2.6 Profits of China’s Livestock market in 2013 16
2.7 Changes of China’s Livestock market Scale in 2013 16
2.8 International Trade of China’s Animal Products in 2013 16

Chapter III China’s Hog Market in 2013 18

3.1 Global Output of Pork in 2013 18
3.2 China’s Pork Supply in 2013 19
3.2.1 Inventory and Import of Breeding Swine 19
3.2.2 Hog Inventory/Production and Pork Output 23
3.2.3 Hog Farming Scale 26
3.2.4 Pig Epidemic 27
3.3 Profit of China’s Pig Farming in 2013 29
3.3.1 Cost of Pig Farming 29
3.3.2 Purchasing Price of Pig in China 29
3.3.3 Profit Level of China’s Pig Farming 30
3.4 China’s Pig Slaughtering and Processing in 2013 31
3.4.1 Structure of Pig Slaughtering Houses 31
3.4.2 Pig Slaughtering Capacity 32
3.4.3 Pig Slaughtering Volume 33
3.4.4 Profit Level of Pig Slaughtering Industry 34
3.5 China’s Pork Consumption in 2013 36
3.5.1 Pork Consumption Volume 36
3.5.2 Urban-Rural Structure of Pork Consumption 37
3.5.3 Structure of Pork Consumption in Different Ways 37
3.5.4 Structure of Pork Consumption by Different Products in China 38
3.5.5 Price Level of Pork 39
3.5.6 Major Factors Affecting China’s Pork Consumption in 2013 40
3.6 China’s Pork Trade in 2013 41
3.6.1 China’s Live pig Import & Export 41
3.6.2 Import & Export of Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Pork 42
3.6.3 Import & Export of Dried, Smoked, Salt-Preserved and Salted Pork 45
3.6.4 Import & Export of Canned Pork and Other Prepared or preserved Pork 46
3.6.5 Import & Export of Frozen Pig Entrails 48
3.6.6 Import & Export of Other Major Pig Products 50
3.6.6.1 Pig Fat 50
3.6.6.2 Lard 51
3.7 Summary of the Investment by Major Enterprises in China’s Pig Market in 2013 52
3.7.1 New Hope Group 52
3.7.1.1 Operation of Hog Business 52
3.7.1.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 53
3.7.2 Wens Group 53
3.7.2.1 Operation of Hog Business 53
3.7.2.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 54
3.7.3 Yurun Group 55
3.7.3.1 Operation of Hog Business 55
3.7.3.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 55
3.7.4 Shuanghui Group 56
3.7.4.1 Operation of Hog Business 56
3.7.4.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 57
3.7.5 Zhengbang Group 57
3.7.5.1 Operation of Hog Business 57
3.7.5.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 58
3.7.6 Truein Group 59
3.7.6.1 Operation of Hog Business 59
3.7.6.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 59
3.7.7 COFCO Group 60
3.7.7.1 Operation of Hog Business 60
3.7.7.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 60
3.7.8 Dakang Muye 61
3.7.8.1 Operation of Hog Business 61
3.7.8.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 62
3.7.9 Muyuan Food 62
3.7.9.1 Operation of Hog Business 62
3.7.9.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 63
3.7.10 Tiandi Food 63
3.7.10.1 Operation of Hog Business 63
3.7.10.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 64
3.8 Outlook of China’s Hog Market in 2014 64
3.8.1 Pig Farming Industry Policy 64
3.8.2 Inventory and Production of Pig 64
3.8.3 Pork Output 65
3.8.4 Pork Consumption 65
3.8.5 Pork Trade 65
3.8.6 Pork Price 65
3.8.7 Estimation of Pig Farming Profitability 66

Chapter IV China’s Broiler Poultry Market in 2013 67

4.1 Global Poultry Meat Output in 2013 67
4.2 Overall Condition of China’s Broiler Poultry Farming Industry in 2013 68
4.2.1Inventory and Production of Broiler Poultry 68
4.2.2Poultry Meat Output 69
4.2.3Broiler Poultry Farming Structure 70
4.3 China’s Chicken Meat Supply in 2013 71
4.3.1 Inventory and Import of Breeding Chicken 71
4.3.2 Broiler Chicken Production and Chicken Meat Output 74
4.3.3 Scale of Broiler Chicken Farming 76
4.3.4 Epidemic of Broiler Chicken Farming 78
4.4 Profit of China’s Broiler Chicken Farming in 2013 79
4.4.1 Cost of Broiler Chicken Farming 79
4.4.2 Purchasing Price of Broiler Chicken 79
4.4.3 Profit Level of Broiler Chicken Farming 80
4.5 Overall Condition of China’s Broiler Chicken Slaughtering and Processing Industry in 2013 81
4.5.1 Structure of Broiler Chicken Slaughtering and Processing Enterprises 81
4.5.2 Structure of Processed Chicken Meat Products 81
4.5.3 Broiler Chicken Slaughtering Capacity and Slaughtering Volume 82
4.6 China’s Poultry Meat Consumption in 2013 82
4.6.1 Volume of Poultry Meat Consumption 82
4.6.2 Urban-Rural Structure of Poultry Meat Consumption 83
4.6.3 Structure of Poultry Meat Consumption in Different Ways 84
4.6.4 Structure of Poultry Meat Consumption in Different Products 85
4.6.5 Price Level of Poultry Meat 85
4.7 China’s Poultry Meat Trade in 2013 86
4.7.1 Import &Export of Live Chicken 86
4.7.2 Import &Export of Poultry Meat 88
4.7.3 Import &Export of Chicken Entrails 91
4.7.3.1Chicken Wings 91
4.7.3.2Chicken Feet 91
4.7.3.3 Chicken Gizzard 91
4.7.4 Import &Export of Other Poultry Products 92
4.7.4.1 Ducks 92
4.7.4.2Geese 92
4.7.4.3 Squabs 93
4.7.4.4 Turkey 93
4.8 Summary of the Investment of Major Enterprises in China’s Broiler Chicken Market in 2013 95
4.8.1 Wens Group 95
4.8.1.1 Operation of Broiler Chicken Business 95
4.8.1.2 Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 95
4.8.2 New Hope Group (Liuhe) 96
4.8.2.1 Operation of Broiler Chicken Business 96
4.8.2.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 97
4.8.3 CP Group 97
4.8.3.1 Operation of Broiler Chicken Business 97
4.8.3.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 98
4.8.4 Fujian Shengnong Group 98
4.8.4.1 Operation of Broiler Chicken Business 98
4.8.4.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 99
4.8.5 Dachan Group 100
4.8.5.1Operation of Broiler Chicken Business 100
4.8.5.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 100
4.8.6 Yurun Group 101
4.8.6.1Operation of Broiler Chicken Business 101
4.8.6.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 101
4.8.7 COFCO Group 102
4.8.7.1Operation of Broiler Chicken Business 102
4.8.7.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 102
4.8.8 Henan Doyoo Group 103
4.8.8.1Operation of Broiler Chicken Business 103
4.8.8.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 103
4.8.9 Changzhou Lihua Animal Husbandry Co., Ltd. 104
4.8.9.1Operation of Broiler Chicken Business 104
4.8.9.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 104
4.8.10 Anhui Hanwei Group 105
4.8.10.1Operation of Broiler Chicken Business 105
4.8.10.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 105
4.9 China Broiler Poultry Market Outlook in 2014 106
4.9.1 Broiler Poultry Farming Policy 106
4.9.2 Broiler Poultry Inventory & Production 106
4.9.3 Output of Broiler Poultry 106
4.9.4 Consumption of Poultry Meat 106
4.9.5 Trade of Poultry Meat 106
4.9.6 Price of Poultry Meat 107
4.9.7 Estimation of Broiler Chicken Farming Profit 107

Chapter V China’s Layer Poultry Market in 2013 108

5.1 Global Output of Poultry Eggs in 2013 108
5.2 Overall Condition of China’s Layer Poultry Farming in 2013 109
5.2.1 Structure and Volume of Layer Poultry Farming 109
5.2.2 Structure and Output of Poultry Eggs 110
5.3 China’s Egg Supply in 2013 112
5.3.1 Breeding Chicken Inventory and Import 112
5.3.2 Layer Chicken Inventory and Egg Output 113
5.3.3 Scale of Layer Chicken Farming 114
5.3.4 Epidemic of Layer Chicken 115
5.4 Profit of China’s Layer Chicken Farming in 2013 116
5.4.1 Cost of Layer Chicken Farming 116
5.4.2 Egg Price 117
5.4.3 Profit Level of Layer Chicken Farming 117
5.5 Overall Conditions of China’s Poultry Egg Processing Industry in 2013 118
5.6 China’s Poultry Egg Consumption in 2013 119
5.6.1 Volume of Poultry Egg Consumption 119
5.6.2 Urban-Rural Structure of Poultry Egg Consumption 120
5.6.3 Structure of Poultry Egg Consumption in Different Ways 120
5.6.4 Price Level of Poultry Egg 121
5.7 China’s Poultry Egg Trade in 2013 122
5.8 Summary of the Investment of Major Enterprises in China’s Layer Chicken Market in 2013 126
5.8.1 CP Group 126
5.8.1.1 Operation of Layer Chicken Business 126
5.8.1.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 126
5.8.2 Sichuan Tie Qi Li Shi Group (TQLS) 127
5.8.2.1Operation of Layer Chicken Businesst 127
5.8.2.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 128
5.8.3 Dalian Hanwei Group 128
5.8.3.1Operation of Layer Chicken Business 128
5.8.3.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 129
5.8.4 Beijing DQY Agricultural Technology Co., Ltd. 129
5.8.4.1Operation of Layer Chicken Business 129
5.8.4.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 130
5.8.5 Hubei Shendan Healthy Food Co., Ltd. 130
5.8.5.1Operation of Layer Chicken Business 130
5.8.5.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 131
5.8.6 Ningxia Xiaoming Qinye 131
5.8.6.1Operation of Layer Chicken Business 131
5.8.6.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 132
5.8.7 Shenyang Huamei Livestock and Poultry Co., Ltd. 132
5.8.7.1Operation of Layer Chicken Business 132
5.8.7.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 133
5.8.8 Shijiazhuang Huamu 133
5.8.8.1Operation of Layer Chicken Business 133
5.8.8.2Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution 134
5.9 China Layer Poultry Market Outlook in 2013 135
5.9.1 Policy for Layer Poultry Farming 135
5.9.2 Layer Poultry Inventory 135
5.9.3 Output of Poultry Egg 135
5.9.4 Consumption of Poultry Egg 135
5.9.5 Trade of Poultry Egg 135
5.9.6 Price of Poultry Egg 136
5.9.7 Estimation of Layer Chicken Farming Profit 136

Chapter VI China’s Beef Cattle Market in 2013 137

6.1 Global Beef Output in 2013 137
6.2 China’s Beef Supply in 2013 137
6.2.1 Breeding Cattle Inventory and Import 137
6.2.2 Beef Cattle Inventory & Production 141
6.2.3 Scale of Beef Cattle Farming 142
6.2.4 Epidemic of Beef Cattle 144
6.3 Profit of China’s Beef Cattle Farming in 2013 144
6.3.1 Cost of Beef Cattle Farming 144
6.3.2 Purchasing Price of Beef Cattle 145
6.3.3 Profit Level of Beef Cattle Farming 146
6.4 Overall Condition of China’s Beef Cattle Slaughtering Industry in 2013 147
6.5 China’s Beef Consumption in 2013 147
6.5.1 Beef Consumption Volume 147
6.5.2 Urban-Rural Structure of Beef Consumption 148
6.5.3 Structure of Beef Consumption in Different Ways 148
6.5.4 Structure of Beef Consumption in Different Products 149
6.5.5 Price Level of Beef 150
6.6 China’s Beef Trade in 2013 151
6.6.1China’s Beef Export 151
6.6.2 China’s Beef Import 153
6.7 Summary of the Investment of Major Enterprises in China’s Beef Cattle Market in 2013 156
6.8 China Beef Market Outlook in 2014 159
6.8.1 Policy for Beef Cattle Farming 159
6.8.2 Beef Cattle Inventory 159
6.8.3 Beef Output 159
6.8.4 Beef Consumption 159
6.8.5 Beef Trade 160
6.8.6 Beef Price 160
6.8.7 Estimation of Beef Cattle Farming Profit 160

Chapter VII China’s Mutton Market in 2013 161

7.1 Global Mutton Output in 2013 161
7.2 China’s Mutton Supply in 2013 161
7.2.1 Breeding Sheep Inventory and Import 161
7.2.2 Mutton Sheep Inventory & Production 162
7.2.3 Scale of Mutton Sheep Farming 164
7.2.4 Epidemic of Mutton Sheep 166
7.3 Profit of China’s Mutton Sheep Farming in 2013 167
7.3.1 Cost of Mutton Sheep Farming 167
7.3.2 Purchasing Price of Mutton Sheep 167
7.3.3 Profit Level of Mutton Sheep Farming 168
7.4 China’s Mutton Consumption in 2013 169
7.4.1Volume of Mutton Consumption 169
7.4.2 Urban-Rural Structure of Mutton Consumption 169
7.4.3 Structure of Mutton Consumption in Different Ways 170
7.4.4 Structure of Mutton Consumption in Different Products 171
7.4.5 Mutton Price Level 171
7.5 China’s Mutton Trade in 2013 172
7.5.1China’s Mutton Export 172
7.5.2 China’s Mutton Import 175
7.6 Summary of the Investment of Major Enterprises in China’s Mutton Sheep Market in 2013 176
7.7 China Mutton Market Outlook in 2014 177
7.7.1 Policy for Mutton Sheep Farming 177
7.7.2 Mutton Sheep Inventory 177
7.7.3 Mutton Output 177
7.7.4 Mutton Consumption 177
7.7.5 Mutton Trade 177
7.7.6 Mutton Price 178
7.7.7 Estimation of Mutton Sheep Farming 178


Contents of Figures & Tables

Figure 2.1, China’s Output of Pork, Beef, Mutton, Poultry Meat and Poultry Eggs, 2009-2013 12
Figure 2.2, China’s Domestic Consumption of Pork, Beef, Mutton, Poultry Meat and Poultry Eggs, 2009-2013 13
Figure 2.3, Annual Meat Output of China’s Large-Scale Animal and Poultry Slaughtering Enterprises, 2009-2013 14
Figure 2.4, Monthly Meat Output of China’s Large-Scale Animal and Poultry Slaughtering Enterprises, 2013 14
Figure 2.5, Annual Retail Price Trend of China’s Animal Products, 2009-2013 15
Figure 2.6, Annual Weighted Price Trend of China’s Animal Products, 2009-2013 15
Figure 2.7, China’s Import Volume of Animal Products, 2009-2013 17
Figure 2.8, China’s Export Volume of Animal Products, 2009-2013 17
Figure 3.1 Global Pork Output, 2009-2013 18
Table 3.1 Output of Major Pork Production Countries in the World, 2011-2013 18
Figure 3.2, China’s Breeding Sow Inventory, 2009-2013 20
Figure 3.3, Monthly Changes of China’s Breeding Sow Inventory, 2013 20
Figure 3.4, China’s Import Volume of Breeding Swine, 2009-2013 21
Figure 3.5, China’s Monthly Import of Breeding Swine and Importing Price, 2010-2013 21
Figure 3.6, Import Volume from China’s Major Breeding Swine Importing Source Countries, 2013 22
Figure 3.7, Import Volume from China’s Major Breeding Swine Importing Enterprises, 2013 22
Table 3.2, Some of China’s Pig Farming Enterprises Importing Breeding Swine and the Import Volume, 2013 23
Figure 3.8, China’s Hog Inventory, 2009-2013 24
Figure 3.9, Monthly Changes of China’s Hog Inventory, 2013 24
Figure 3.10, China’s Production of Hog, 2009-2013 25
Figure 3.11, China’s Pork Output, 2009-2013 25
Figure 3.12, Regional Structure of China’s Hog Inventory, 2013 26
Figure 3.13, Scale Structure of China’s Hog Production, 2009-2013 26
Figure 3.14, Scale Structure of China’s Hog Farming, 2013 27
Figure 3.15, Scale of China’s Standardized Hog Farming, 2009-2013 27
Table 3.3, China’s Major Hog Disease Cases, 2013 28
Figure 3.16, Changes of the Harmless Disposal of Hogs in China, 2009-2013 28
Figure 3.17, Constitution of China’s Pig Farming Cost, 2009-2013 29
Figure 3.18, China’s Monthly Purchasing Price of Hog, 2009-2013 30
Figure 3.19, Changes of China’s Pig Farming Profit, 2009-2013 31
Figure 3.20, Changes of China’s Pig Farming Profit, 2013 31
Figure 3.21, Numerical Structure of China’s Pig Slaughtering Enterprises Passing the Verification in 2013 (by Production Capacity) 32
Figure 3.22, Constitution of China’s Hog Slaughtering Enterprises Production Capacity, 2013 33
Figure 3.23, Structure of Slaughtering Volume of China’s Hog Slaughtering Enterprises, 2013 34
Figure 3.24, Changes of Sales Revenue of Chinas’ Pig Slaughtering Industry, 2009-2013 35
Figure 3.25, Changes of Gross Profit of Chinas’ Pig Slaughtering Industry, 2009-2013 35
Figure 3.26, Changes of Annual Gross Profit of Chinas’ Pig Slaughtering Industry, 2009-2013 36
Figure 3.27, China’s Pork Consumption Volume, 2009-2013 36
Figure 3.28, Urban-Rural Structure of China’s Pork Consumption, 2013 37
Figure 3.29, Ways of China’s Pork Consumption, 2013 38
Figure 3.30, Different Products of China’s Pork Consumption, 2013 39
Figure 3.31, Monthly Retail Price of Pork in China, 2009-2013 39
Table 3.4, Export Volume of China’ Major Live pig Exporters and Their Market Share, 2013 41
Table 3.5, China’s Live pig Export Quota and Details, 2014 41
Figure 3.32, China’s Import & Export Volume of Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Pork, 2009-2013 42
Figure 3.33, Source Countries of China’s Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Pork Import, 2013 43
Table 3.6, Some Patterns and Volume of China’s Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Pork Import, 2013 43
Table 3.7, China’s Major Import Enterprises of Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Pork and Their Market Share, 2013 43
Figure 3.34, Target Areas of China’s Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Pork Export, 2013 44
Table 3.8, Some Patterns and Volume of China’s Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Pork Export, 2013 44
Table 3.9, China’s Major Export Enterprises of Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Pork and Their Market Share, 2013 44
Figure 3.35, Changes of China’s Import of Dried, Smoked, Salt-Preserved and Salted Pork, 2009-2013 45
Figure 3.36, Changes of China’s Export of Dried, Smoked, Salt-Preserved and Salted Pork, 2009-2013 46
Figure 3.37, Changes of China’s Import of Canned Pork and Other Prepared or preserved Pork, 2009-2013 47
Figure 3.38, Changes of China’s Export of Canned Pork and Other Prepared or preserved Pork, 2009-2013 47
Table 3.10, Major Patterns and Volumes of China’s Dried, Smoked, Salt-Preserved and Salted Pork Import &Export, 2013 48
Figure 3.39, China’s Import Volume of Meat Entrails, 2009-2013 48
Figure 3.40, Source Countries of China’s Meat Entrails Import, 2013 49
Table 3.11, China’s Meat Entrails Import Enterprises and Their Market Share, 2013 49
Figure 3.41, China’s Import Volume of Frozen Pig Liver, 2009-2013 50
Figure 3.42, China’s Import Volume of Other Frozen Pig Entrails, 2009-2013 50
Figure 3.43, China’s Export Volume of Pig bristles and Pig Hairs, 2009-2013 51
Figure 3.44, China’s Import & Export Volume of Salted Pig Intestine Casings, 2009-2013 52
Figure 3.45, Production of Fattened Pigs by New Hope Group, 2009-2013 53
Table 3.12, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of New Hope Group’s Pig Industry, 2013 53
Figure 3.46, Pig Inventory and Production of Wens Group, 2009-2013 54
Table 3.13, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of Wens Group’s Pig Industry, 2013 54
Figure 3.47, Pig Inventory and Production of Yurun Group, 2009-2013 55
Table 3.14, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of Yurun Group’s Pig Industry, 2013 56
Figure 3.48, Pig Inventory and Production of Shuanghui Group, 2009-2013 57
Figure 3.49, Pig Inventory and Production of Zhengbang Group, 2009-2013 58
Table 3.15, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of Zhengbang Group’s Pig Industry, 2013 58
Figure 3.50, Pig Inventory and Production of Truein Group, 2009-2013 59
Table 3.16, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of Truein Group’s Pig Industry, 2013 59
Figure 3.51, Pig Inventory and Production of COFCO Group, 2009-2013 60
Table 3.17, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of COFCO Group’s Pig Industry, 2013 61
Figure 3.52, Pig Inventory and Production of Dakang Muye, 2009-2013 61
Figure 3.53, Pig Inventory and Production of Muyuan Food, 2009-2013 63
Figure 3.54, Pig Inventory and Production of Tiandi Food, 2009-2013 64
Figure 4.1, Global Poultry Meat Output, 2009-2013 67
Figure 4.2, China’s Poultry Production, 2009-2013 68
Figure 4.3, Structure of China’s Poultry Inventory at the End of 2013 69
Figure 4.4, China’s Poultry Meat Output, 2009-2013 69
Figure 4.5, Regional Structure of China’s Poultry Meat Production, 2013 70
Figure 4.6, Structure of China’s Poultry Production, 2013 70
Figure 4.7, China’s Inventory of Breeding Grandparent-generation Breeding White-Feather Broiler Chicken, 2009-2013 71
Figure 4.8, Trend of China’s Broiler Chick’s Price Changes, 2013 72
Figure 4.9, China’s Import Volume of Breeding Chicken, 2008-2013 72
Figure 4.10, China’s Import Volume of Breeding Chicken from Major Source Countries, 2013 73
Table 4.1, Import Volume and Market Share of China’s Major Breeding Chicken Import Enterprises, 2013 73
Figure 4.11, China’s Import Volume of Breeding Eggs, 2008-2013 74
Figure 4.12 Import Volume of China’s Major Breeding Eggs Import Enterprises, 2013 74
Figure 4.13, China’s Broiler Chicken Production, 2009-2013 75
Figure 4.14, China’s Chicken Meat Output, 2009-2013 75
Figure 4.15, Regional Structure of China’s Chicken Meat Output, 2013 76
Figure 4.16, China’s Broiler Chicken Monthly Production, 2013 76
Figure 4.17, Scale Structure of China’s Broiler Chicken Farming, 2009-2013 77
Figure 4.18, Scale Structure of China’s Broiler Chicken Farming, 2013 77
Figure 4.19, China’s Standardized Large-Scale Farming of Broiler Chicken, 2009-2013 78
Table 4.2, Major Poultry Epidemics in China, 2013 78
Figure 4.20, Constitution of China’s Broiler Chicken Farming Cost, 2009-2013 79
Figure 4.21, China’s Monthly Purchasing Price of Broiler Feather Chicken, 2009-2013 80
Figure 4.22, Changes of China’s Broiler Chicken Farming Profit, 2009-2013 80
Figure 4.23, Numerical Structure of China’s Broiler Chicken Slaughtering Enterprises, 2013 81
Figure 4.24, Structure of China’s Processed Chicken Products, 2013 82
Figure 4.25, China’s Poultry Meat Consumption and Per Capita Poultry Meat Consumption, 2009-2013 83
Figure 4.26, Urban-Rural Structure of China’s Poultry Meat Consumption, 2013 84
Figure 4.27, China’s Poultry Meat Consumption Ways, 2013 84
Figure 4.28, Different Products of China’s Poultry Meat Consumption, 2013 85
Figure 4.29, Monthly Retail Price of Chicken Carcass in China, 2008-2013 86
Figure 4.30,Monthly Retail Price of Live Chicken in China, 2008-2013 86
Table 4.3, China’s Major Live Chicken Exporters and Their Market Shares, 2013 87
Table 4.4, China’s Live Chicken Export Quota and Details, 2014 87
Figure 4.31, China’s Import & Export Volume of Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Poultry Meat and Entrails, 2009-2013 88
Figure 4.32, Regional Structure of China’s Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Poultry Meat and Entrails Import, 2013 88
Table 4.5, China’s Major Importers of Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Poultry Meat and Entrails and Their Market Shares, 2013 89
Figure 4.33, Regional Structure of China’s Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Poultry Meat and Entrails Export, 2013 89
Table 4.6, China’s Major Exporters of Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Poultry Meat and Entrails and Their Market Shares, 2013 90
Table 4.7, Major Forms of China’s Chicken Import and Import Volume, 2011-2013 90
Table 4.8, Major Forms of China’s Chicken Export and Export Volume, 2011-2013 90
Figure 4.34, China’s Import Volume of Frozen Chicken Wings (Wing Tip excluded), Chicken Feet and Chicken Gizzard, 2009-2013 91
Table 4.9, Major Forms of China’s Duck Import& Export and Import & Export Volume, 2013 92
Table 4.10, Major Forms of China’s Geese Export and Export Volume, 2013 92
Table 4.11, Major Forms of China’s squabs Export and Export Volume, 2013 93
Table 4.12, Major Forms of China’s Turkey Import& Export and Import & Export Volume, 2013 93
Figure 4.35, China’s Import & Export Volume of Stuffing Feather/Down, 2009-2013 94
Figure 4.36, China’s Import & Export Volume of Other Feather Products, 2009-2013 94
Figure 4.37, Broiler Chicken Production of Wens Group, 2009-2013 95
Table 4.13, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of Wens Group’s Broiler Chicken Industry, 2013 96
Figure 4.38, Broiler Chicken Production of New Hope (Liuhe) Group, 2009-2013 96
Table 4.14, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of New Hope Group’s Broiler Chicken Industry, 2013 97
Figure 4.39, Broiler Chicken Production of CP Group, 2009-2013 98
Table 4.15, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of CP Groups’ Broiler Chicken Industry, 2013 98
Figure 4.40, Broiler Chicken Slaughtering Volume of Shengnong Group, 2009-2013 99
Table 4.16, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of Shengnong Group, 2013 99
Figure 4.41, Broiler Chicken Slaughtering Volume of Dachan Group, 2009-2013 100
Table 4.17, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of Dachan Group’s Broiler Chicken Industry, 2013 100
Figure 4.42, Broiler Chicken Slaughtering Volume of Yurun Group, 2009-2013 101
Table 4.18, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of Yurun Group’s Broiler Chicken Industry, 2013 101
Figure 4.43, Broiler Chicken Slaughtering Volume of COFCO Group, 2009-2013 102
Table 4.19, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of COFCO Group’s Broiler Chicken Industry, 2013 102
Figure 4.44, Broiler Chicken Slaughtering Volume of Doyoo Group, 2009-2013 103
Table 4.20, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of Doyoo Group’s Broiler Chicken Industry, 2013 103
Figure 4.45, Broiler Chicken Production of Changzhou Lihua, 2009-2013 104
Table 4.21, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of Changzhou Lihua’s Broiler Chicken Industry, 2013 105
Figure 4.46, Broiler Chicken Slaughtering Volume of Hanwei Group, 2009-2013 105
Figure 5.1, Global Output of Poultry Egg, 2009-2013 108
Figure 5.2 Global Output of Chicken Egg, 2009-2013 109
Figure 5.3, Structure of China’s Layer Poultry Farming, 2013 110
Figure 5.4, China’s Poultry Egg Output, 2009-2013 110
Figure 5.5, Regional Structure of China’s Poultry Egg Production, 2013 111
Figure 5.6, Structure of China’s Poultry Egg Products, 2013 111
Figure 5.7, Annual Average Inventory of Grandparent-generation Breeding Layer Chicken in China, 2009-2013 112
Table 5.1, Import Volume of Grandparent-generation Breeding Layer Chicken by Major Enterprises in China, 2013 113
Figure 5.8, Trend of China’s Layer Chick Price, 2008-2013 113
Figure 5.9, Scale Structure of China’s Layer Chicken Farming, 2009-2013 114
Figure 5.10, Scale Structure of China’s Layer Chicken Farming, 2013 115
Figure 5.11, Standardized Large-Scale Layer Chicken Farming in China, 2009-2013 115
Figure 5.12, Constitution of China’s Layer Chicken Farming Cost, 2008-2013 116
Figure 5.13, Trend of Farmgate Price and Retail Price of Chicken Egg in China, 2013 117
Figure 5.14, Changes of China’s Layer Chicken Farming Profit (excluding income from eliminated layer chicken), 2008-2013 118
Figure 5.15, Changes of China’s Egg Processing Enterprise Profit Margin, 2009-2013 119
Figure 5.16, China’s Poultry Egg Consumption, 2009-2013 119
Figure 5.17, Urban-Rural Structure of China’s Poultry Egg Consumption, 2013 120
Figure 5.18, Ways of China’s Poultry Egg Consumption, 2013 121
Figure 5.19, China’s Monthly Wholesale and Retail Price of Chicken Eggs, 2008-2013 121
Table 5.2, Forms and Volume of China’s Poultry Egg Products Import, 2013 122
Table 5.3, Export Volume of China’s Breeding Egg Export Enterprises, 2013 122
Table 5.4, Forms and Volume of China’s Poultry Egg Export, 2013 122
Figure 5.20, China’s Chicken Egg Export Volume, 2009-2013 123
Figure 5.21, Regional Structure of China’s Chicken Egg Export, 2013 124
Table 5.5, China’s Major Chicken Egg Export Enterprises and Their Market Shares, 2013 124
Figure 5.22, Major Target Countries and Areas of China’s Salted Egg Export, 2013 125
Figure 5.23, Major Target Countries and Areas of China’s Preserved Egg Export, 2013 125
Figure 5.24, Layer Chicken Inventory and Chicken Egg Output of CP Group, 2009-2013 126
Table 5.6, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of CP Group’s Layer Chicken Industry, 2013 127
Figure 5.25, Layer Chicken Inventory and Chicken Egg Output of TQLS Group, 2009-2013 128
Table 5.7, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of TQLS Group Group’s Layer Chicken Industry, 2013 128
Figure 5.26, Layer Chicken Inventory and Chicken Egg Output of Dalian Hanwei Group, 2009-2013 129
Figure 5.27, Layer Chicken Inventory and Chicken Egg Output of Beijing DQY, 2009-2013 130
Table 5.8, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of DQY’s Layer Chicken Industry, 2013 130
Figure 5.28, Layer Chicken Inventory and Chicken Egg Output of Hubei Shendan, 2009-2013 131
Table 5.9, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of Shendan’s Layer Chicken Industry, 2013 131
Figure 5.29, Layer Chicken Inventory of Ningxia Xiaoming Qinye, 2009-2013 132
Table 5.10, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of Xiaoming Qinye’s Layer Chicken Industry, 2013 132
Figure 5.30, Commercial Layer Chicken Inventory and Chicken Egg Output of Shenyang Huamei, 2010-2013 133
Figure 5.31 Chicken Egg Output of Shijiazhuang Huamu, 2009-2013 134
Table 5.11, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of Shijiazhuang Huamu’s Layer Chicken Industry, 2013 134
Figure 6.1, Global Beef Output, 2009-2013 137
Figure 6.2, China’s Breeding Cow Inventory, 2009-2013 138
Figure 6.3, China’s Breeding Cattle Import Volume, 2009-2013 139
Figure 6.4, China’s Breeding Cattle Import Volume from Major Source Countries, 2013 139
Table 6.1, Import Volume of China’s Major Breeding Cattle Import Enterprises, 2013 139
Figure 6.5, China’s Bull Semen Import Volume, 2008-2013 140
Figure 6.6, Structure of China’s Bull Semen Import Source Countries, 2013 140
Figure 6.7, China’s Beef Output, 2009-2013 141
Figure 6.8, China’s Beef Cattle Production, 2009-2013 141
Figure 6.9, Regional Structure of China’s Beef Cattle Inventory, 2013 142
Figure 6.10, Scale Structure of China’s Beef Cattle Farming, 2009-2013 143
Figure 6.11, Scale Structure of China’s Beef Cattle Farming, 2013 143
Figure 6.12, Proportion of China’s Standardized Large-Scale Beef Cattle Farm, 2009-2013 144
Table 6.2, Cases of Major Beef Cattle Diseases in China, 2013 144
Figure 6.13, Constitution of China’s Beef Cattle Farming Cost, 2009-2013 145
Figure 6.14, Purchasing Price of Beef Cattle in China, 2009-2013 146
Figure 6.15, Changes of China’s Beef Cattle Farming Profit, 2009-2013 146
Figure 6.16, China’s Beef Consumption Volume, 2009-2013 147
Figure 6.17, Urban-Rural Structure of China’s Beef Consumption, 2013 148
Figure 6.18, Ways of China’s Beef Consumption, 2013 149
Figure 6.19, China’s Beef Consumption by Different Products, 2013 150
Figure 6.20, China’s Monthly Retail Price of Beef, 2008-2013 150
Figure 6.21, China’s Monthly Retail Price and Wholesale of Beef, 2008-2013 151
Figure 6.22, China’s Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Beef Import &Export Volume, 2009-2013 152
Figure 6.23, Regional Structure of China Fresh, Chilled Beef Export, 2013 152
Table 6.3, Forms and Volume of China’s Beef Products, 2013 152
Table 6.4, China’s Fresh, Chilled Beef Export Enterprises, 2013 153
Table 6.5, China’s Major Frozen Beef Export Enterprises, 2013 153
Figure 6.24, Major Source Countries of China’s Frozen Beef Import, 2013 154
Table 6.6, Forms and Volumes of China’s Beef Products Import, 2013 154
Table 6.7, China’s Fresh, Chilled Beef Import Enterprises, 2013 154
Table 6.8, China’s Major Frozen Beef Import Enterprises, 2013 155
Figure 6.25, China’s Import Volume of Frozen Cattle Entrails, 2009-2013 155
Figure 6.26, Major Source Countries of China’s Frozen Cattle Entrails Import, 2013 156
Table 6.9, Investment of China’s Beef Cattle Enterprises in 2013 156
Figure 7.1, Global Mutton Output, 2008-2013 161
Figure 7.2, China’s Breeding Sheep Inventory, 2008-2013 162
Figure 7.3, China’s Breeding Sheep Import Volume, 2008-2013 162
Figure 7.4, China’s Mutton Sheep Production, 2009-2013 163
Figure 7.5, China’s Mutton Output, 2009-2013 163
Figure 7.6, Regional Structure of China’s Mutton Production, 2013 164
Figure 7.7, Scale Structure of China’s Mutton Sheep Farming, 2009-2013 165
Figure 7.8, Scale Structure of China’s Mutton Sheep Farming, 2013 165
Figure 7.9, Proportion of China’s Standardized Large-Scale Mutton Sheep Farm, 2009-2013 166
Table 7.1, Cases of Major Sheep Diseases in China, 2013 166
Figure 7.10, Constitution of China’s Mutton Sheep Farming, 2009-2013 167
Figure 7.11, China’s Purchasing Price of Mutton Sheep, 2009-2013 168
Figure 7.12, Changes of China’s Mutton Sheep Farming Profit, 2009-2013 168
Figure 7.13, China’s Mutton Consumption, 2009-2013 169
Figure 7.14, Urban-Rural Structure of China’s Mutton Consumption, 2013 170
Figure 7.15, Ways of China’s Mutton Consumption, 2013 170
Figure 7.16, Different Products of China’s Mutton Consumption, 2013 171
Figure 7.17, China’s Monthly Retail Price of Mutton, 2008-2013 172
Figure 7.18, China’s Monthly Wholesale Price and Retail Price of Mutton, 2009-2013 172
Figure 7.19, China’s Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Mutton Export Volume, 2009-2013 173
Figure 7.20, Regional Structure of China’s Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Mutton Export, 2013 173
Table 7.2, Forms and Volume of China’s Mutton Products Export, 2013 173
Table 7.3, Export Volume of China’s Major Mutton Export Enterprises and Their Market Shares, 2013 174
Figure 7.21, China’s Live Sheep Export Volume, 2008-2013 174
Table 7.4, Export Volume of China’s Live Sheep Exporters, 2013 175
Figure 7.22, Major Source Countries of China’s Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Mutton Import, 2013 175
Table 7.5, Forms and Volume of China’s Sheep/Goat Products Import, 2013 175
Table 7.6, Import Volume of China’s Major Mutton Import Enterprises and Their Market Shares 2013 176
Appendix 179
Table 1, Pork Output in Each Region of China, 2009-2013 179
Table 2, Pig Inventory in Each Region of China, 2009-2013 181
Table 3, Number of Pigs Production in Each Region of China, 2009-2013 183
Table 4 China’s Pork Balance Sheet, 2009-2014 185
Table 5, Output of Poultry Meat in Each Region of China, 2009-2013 186
Table 6, Poultry Production in Each Region of China, 2009-2013 188
Table 7, China’s Poultry Meat Balance Sheet, 2009-2014 190
Table 8, Output of Poultry Eggs in Each Region of China, 2009-2013 191
Table 9, China’s Poultry Egg Balance Sheet, 2009-2014 193
Table 10, Output of Beef in Each Region of China, 2009-2013 194
Table 11, Cattle Inventory in Each Region of China, 2009-2013 196
Table 12, Cattle Production in Each Region of China, 2009-2013 198
Table 13, China’s Beef Balance Sheet, 2009-2014 200
Table 14, Output of Mutton in Each Region of China, 2009-2013 201
Table 15, Mutton Sheep Inventory in Each Region of China, 2009-2013 203
Table 16, Mutton Sheep Production in Each Region of China, 2009-2013 205
Table 17, China’s Mutton Balance Sheet, 2009-2014 207
Table 18, China’s Monthly Animal Products and Feed Retail Price, 2013 208

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