Study Report on Ruminant Feed Supply and Demand in China

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Brief Introduction:

Based on the status quo of China’s ruminant industry, combined with the characteristics of the domestic ruminant feed resources, this report makes in-depth analysis of the supply and demand of ruminant feed, and seeks to answer the following questions concerned by industry insiders, and help readers better explore investment opportunities and business growth points in Chinese ruminant feed market. 1. What change will occur in alfalfa supply and demand situation in China and import demand in the next five years? 2. What about stalks resources status quo, and how the stalk feed utilization rate will change in the next five years? 3. What impact will the development of China’s dairy cattle, beef cattle and meat sheep farming exerts on feed demand in the next five years? 4. How ruminant industry feed demand will change in the next five years?

Basic Information:

Table of Contents:


Content
1 Overview on the Development of Ruminant Feed Industry in China. 3
1.1 General Condition of Ruminant Feed Industry. 3
1.2 General Condition of Basic Crude Ruminant Feed. 4
1.3 General Condition of Industrial Ruminant Feed. 4
2 Analysis on Basic Ruminant Feed.. 5
2.1 Alfalfa. 5
2.1.1 Forecast on Alfalfa Consumption. 5
2.1.2 Domestic Alfalfa Supply. 6
2.1.3 Alfalfa Import 7
2.1.3.1 Alfalfa Import in China 2009-2013. 8
2.1.3.2 Main Source of Alfalfa Import of China. 9
2.1.3.3 Alfalfa Import in the Future. 9
2.2 Straw.. 10
2.2.1 Straw Resource Distribution. 10
2.2.2 Straw Varieties. 12
2.2.3 Geographical Distribution of Straw Resource. 12
2.2.4 Forecast on Straw Feed Supply. 13
3 Supply-demand Analysis on Industrial Ruminant Feed.. 15
3.1 Output and Structure of Industrial Ruminant Feed. 15
3.2 Output and Structure of Ruminant Compound Feed. 17
3.3 Output and Structure of Ruminant Concentrated Feed. 19
3.4 Output and Structure of Ruminant Premix Feed. 20
3.5 Output and Structure of Dairy Cattle Feed. 22
3.6 Output and Structure of Beef Cattle Feed. 23
3.7 Output and Structure of Mutton Sheep Feed. 25
4 Analysis on Industrial Ruminant Feed Demand.. 27
4.1 Analysis on Dairy Cattle Feed Demand. 27
4.1.1 Dairy Cattle Inventory in China 2002-2012. 27
4.1.2 Analysis on Dairy Cattle Feed Demand 2002-2012. 28
4.1.3 Analysis on Increase Potential of Dairy Cattle Feed Demand in China. 29
4.2 Analysis on Beef Cattle Feed Demand. 30
4.2.1 Beef Cattle Inventory in China 2002-2012. 30
4.2.2 Beef Cattle Quantity-to-be-Slaughtered Structure of Various Breeding Farms  32
4.2.3 Analysis on Beef Cattle Supply. 32
4.2.3.1 Analysis on Northeast Area Beef Cattle Supply. 34
4.2.3.2 Analysis on Middle Area Beef Cattle Supply. 35
4.2.3.3 Analysis on Northwest Area Beef Cattle Supply. 36
4.2.3.4 Analysis on South Area Beef Cattle Supply. 37
4.2.3.5 Outlook on Beef Cattle Inventory of the 4 Areas. 38
4.2.4 Analysis on Beef Cattle Feed Demand in China 2002-2012. 39
4.2.5 Analysis on Increase Potential of Beef Cattle Feed Demand in China. 39
4.3 Analysis on Mutton Sheep Feed Demand. 40
4.3.1 Mutton Sheep Inventory in China 2002-2012. 40
4.3.2 Analysis on Mutton Sheep Feed Demand 2002-2012. 42
4.3.3 Analysis on Increase Potential of Mutton Sheep Feed Demand in China. 42
4.4 Forecast and Increase Potential of Industrial Ruminant Feed. 43
5 Analysis on Ruminant Feed Enterprises. 45
5.1 DBN Group. 45
5.1.1 Company Profile. 45
5.1.2 Overview of Main Business of DBN Group. 46
5.1.3 Analysis on Ruminant Feed Business. 48
5.2 New Hope Liuhe Co, Ltd. 49
5.2.1 Company Profile. 49
5.2.2 Overview on the Company's Main Business. 49
5.2.3 Analysis on Ruminant Feed Business. 51
5.3 Purina. 53
5.3.1 Company Profile. 53
5.3.2 Analysis on Ruminant Feed Business. 53
5.3.3 Geographical Distribution of Purina's Ruminant Feed Business. 54
5.4 East Hope. 55
5.4.1 Business Introduction. 55
5.4.2 Analysis on Ruminant Feed Business. 56
5.5 Well Hope. 57
5.5.1 Business Introduction. 57
5.5.2 Analysis on Ruminant Feed Business. 57
5.6 Shanghai Bright Food (Group) Co., Ltd. 58
5.6.1 Company Profile. 58
5.6.2 Analysis on the Company's Agriculture Business. 58
5.6.3 Analysis on Ruminant Business. 59
5.7 Yili 60
5.7.1 Company Profile. 60
5.7.2 Analysis on Main Businesses. 61
5.7.3 Analysis on Ruminant Feed Business. 62
 
Figure & Table Content
Figure 1 Output of Industrial Ruminant Feed in China 2008-2012. 4
Figure 2 Alfalfa Demand Change in China 2011-2016. 6
Figure 3 Domestic Commercial Alfalfa Output by Areas in China in 2012. 7
Figure 4 Alfalfa Import in China 2009-2013. 8
Figure 5 Alfalfa Import Quantity Change in China 2009-2016. 9
Figure 6 Straw Resource Distribution in China in 2012. 11
Figure 7 Straw Output of Main Production Provinces in China in 2012. 11
Figure 8 Variety Structure of Straw Resource in China in 2012. 12
Table 1 Geographical Distribution of Straw Resource in China in 2012. 13
Figure 9 Straw Output Change in China 2013-2016. 14
Figure 10 Feed-use Straw Quantity Change in China 2013-2016. 14
Figure 11 Output and Structure of Industrial Ruminant Feed in China 2008-2012. 16
Figure 12 Distribution of Industrial Ruminant Feed Output in China in 2012. 16
Figure 13 Industrial Ruminant Feed Output by Province in China in 2012. 17
Figure 14 Output of Ruminant Compound Feed in China 2008-2012. 17
Figure 15 Distribution of Ruminant Compound Feed Output in China in 2012. 18
Figure 16 Ruminant Compound Feed Output by Province in China in 2012. 18
Figure 17 Output of Ruminant Concentrated Feed in China 2008-2012. 19
Figure 18 Distribution of Ruminant Concentrated Feed Output in China in 2012. 19
Figure 19 Ruminant Concentrated Feed Output by Province in China in 2012. 20
Figure 20 Output of Ruminant Premix Feed in China 2008-2012. 21
Figure 21 Distribution of Ruminant Premix Feed Output in China in 2012. 21
Figure 22 Ruminant Premix Feed Output by Province in China in 2012. 22
Figure 23 Output and Structure of Dairy Cattle Feed in China 2008-2012. 23
Figure 24 Structure of Dairy Cattle Feed in China in 2012. 23
Figure 25 Output and Structure of Beef Cattle Feed in China 2008-2012. 24
Figure 26 Structure of Beef Cattle Feed in China in 2012. 25
Figure 27 Output and Structure of Mutton Sheep Feed in China 2008-2012. 26
Figure 28 Structure of Mutton Sheep Feed in China in 2012. 26
Figure 29 Dairy Cattle Inventory Change in China 2002-2012. 27
Figure 30 Distribution of Dairy Cattle Inventory by Province in China in 2012. 28
Figure 31 Dairy Cattle Feed Demand Change in China 2002-2012. 29
Figure 32 Dairy Cattle Feed Demand Change in China 2002-2017. 30
Figure 33 Beef Cattle Inventory Change in China 2002-2012. 31
Figure 34 Beef Cattle Inventory Change in China 2002-2016. 31
Figure 35 Beef Cattle Quantity-to-be-Slaughtered Structure of Main Production Areas in China in 2012  33
Figure 36 Beef Cattle Quantity-to-be-Slaughtered Change of Main Production Areas in China 2001-2012  33
Figure 37 Beef Cattle Quantity-to-be-Slaughtered Structure of Northeast Area in China in 2012  34
Figure 38 Beef Cattle Quantity-to-be-Slaughtered Structure of MiddleArea in China in 2012  36
Figure 39 Beef Cattle Quantity-to-be-Slaughtered Structure of Northwest Area in China in 2012  37
Figure 40 Beef Cattle Quantity-to-be-Slaughtered Structure of SouthArea in China in 2012  38
Figure 41 Beef Cattle Feed Demand Change in China 2002-2012. 39
Figure 42 Beef Cattle Feed Demand Change in China 2002-2017. 40
Figure 43 Mutton Sheep Inventory Change in China 2002-2012. 41
Figure 44 Distribution of Mutton Sheep Inventory by Areas in China in 2012. 41
Figure 45 Mutton Sheep Feed Demand Change in China 2002-2012. 42
Figure 46 Mutton Sheep Feed Demand Change in China 2002-2017. 43
Figure 47 Industrial Ruminant Feed Demand Change in China in the Following 5 Years. 44
Figure 48 Feed Demand of Dairy Cattle, Beef Cattle and Mutton Sheep in China in 2013 and 2017  45
Figure 49 Income Structureof DBN Main Businessesby Product in 2012. 46
Figure 50 Gross Profit Structureof DBN Main Businessesby Product in 2012. 47
Figure 51 Geographical Distribution of DBN Main Business Income in 2012. 47
Figure 52 Ruminant Feed Ratio of DBN Group in 2012. 48
Figure 53 Ruminant Feed Output Change of DBN Group. 49
Figure 54 Operating Revenue Structure of New Hope Liuhe Main Businesses by Product in 2012  50
Figure 55 Gross Profit Structure of New Hope Liuheby Product in 2012. 51
Figure 56 Geographical Distribution of New Hope Liuhe's Operating Revenue in 2012. 51
Figure 57 Ruminant Feed Ratio of New Hope Liuhe in 2012. 52
Figure 58 Ruminant Feed Output Change of New Hope Liuhe. 53
Figure 59 Ruminant Feed Ratio of Purina in 2012. 54
Figure 60 Geographical Distribution of Purina's Ruminant Feed Output in China in 2012. 55
Figure 61 Ruminant Feed Output Change of Purina. 55
Figure 62 Ruminant Feed Ratio of East Hope in 2012. 56
Figure 63 Ruminant Feed Output Change of East Hope. 57
Figure 64 Ruminant Feed Output Change of Well Hope. 58
Figure 65 Ruminant Feed Output Change of Shanghai Bright Food (Group) Co., Ltd. 60
Table 2 Feed-manufacture Subsidiary Companies of Shanghai Bright Food (Group) Co., Ltd  60
Figure 66 Income Structure of Yili Main Businesses by Product in 2012. 61
Figure 67 Gross Profit Structure of Yili Main Businesses by Product in 2012. 62
Figure 68 Ruminant Feed Output Change of Yili 63
Table 3 Dairy-cattle-feed-manufacture Subsidiary Companies of Yili 63


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