Analysis and Forecast on China Livestock & Poultry Industry - 2015-2016

Analysis and Forecast on China Livestock & Poultry Industry - 2015-2016

Code: BOABC 170 | Published: Mar-2016 | Pages: 175 | Beijing Orient Agribusiness Consultant Ltd
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This report will provide important decision-making base for domestic and foreign livestock products traders and manufacturers, feed producers and traders, vaccine and equipment manufacturers and agricultural investment organizations; meanwhile, its an importance reference for industry association, research institution, etc.

Background
Under the influence of continuous economic slowdown and insufficient domestic demand, domestic residents consumption demand for middle and high grade mutton and beef declines further, but the influence on low price animal protein such as pork, poultry products, etc. is less.
The development features of hog, poultry and cattle & sheep industry in 2015 respectively are:

1 Hog Industry
(1) Continuously decreasing capacity: the inventory of reproductive sow is about 38 million heads at the end of this year. In 2014-2015, hog breeding was in a stage of "loss to heavy loss (that is the ratio between pig price and grain price is below 5:1)" for a long time, farmers started eliminating sows gradually, the year-on-year decrease rates of reproductive sow in 12 months all was about 10%, but the month-on-month decrease rate was dropped gradually.

(2) Scale degree is rising: the scale degree of hog breeding in China is rising continuously in 2015, the proportion of scale breeding (sow inventory is more than 50 heads) reaches 51%, increasing by 39.69% from 2003. The state still takes developing standardization breeding as an important measure of promoting modern hog industry; at the same time, scale breeding enterprises actively explore competitive breeding mode, such as "company + farmer" mode represented by WENS Group, factory farming mode of propagating and raising pigs by enterprises themselves, represented by Muyuan Foodstuff Co., Ltd.

(3) Pork supply slides down: its predicted that hog slaughter will be 668.82 million heads all year round; pork output will be 51.60 million tons, decreasing about 9% year on year.

(4) Industry prosperity rises again: the average purchase price of hog is about 15.27yuan/kg in 2015, the average profit of commercial pigs propagated and raised by enterprises themselves is 240.73yuan/head, the average profit of fattening purchased piglets is 153.63yuan/head.

2 Poultry Industry
(1) Overcapacity: its predicted the slaughter of professional broiler is 9.17 billion birds all year round, chicken output is 12.68 million tons, increasing by 0.76% and 1.19% year on year; the inventory of layer is 1.4 billion birds, egg output is 23.05 million tons, increasing by 5.02% and 4.17% year on year.

(2) Rise of scale degree: with the rising of labor cost, improving of environmental requirement and changing of consumption pattern, the degree of scale farming is rising. Its predicted that the scale degree of broiler breeding (fattening more than 2000 broilers) will reach 95% and the scale degree of layer breeding (more than 10,000 birds) will reach 48.7% in 2015.

(3) Losses of white feather broiler breeding: in 2015 oversupply and price drop of broiler make white feather broiler breeding link suffered a loss of 0.79 yuan/bird, Sunner Development, Minhe Animal Husbandry Co., Ltd., Yisheng Livestock & Poultry Breeding Co., Ltd. etc. slipped into the red.

3 Cattle and Sheep Industry
(1) Beef cattle breeding profit fell down and beef production delinced: the big ascend of beef price in the past years let to the affluent import of beef. In 2015, the beef pricedecreased, and the average profit of fattening cattle was about 1,130 yuan/head, 470 yuan/head less than last year; the annual output of beef were about 5.46 million tons, decreasing by 2% year on year; the inventory of reproductive cow were24.40 million heads, the short of cattle source and forage grass resource makes cattle industry lack development power.
(2) Motton production increased but breeding link got loss. The annual output of motton were about 4.38 million tons, increasing by 2.2% year on year; but the mutton price decreased, the average profit of fattening sheep was about -82 yuan/head.

(3) Beef and motton import and smugglingimpacted the domestic market: in domestic, beef and motton demand increased, meanwhile, the prices of beef and mutton are still much higher than pork and broiler prices, the cheaper imported beef and motton (sluggling included) will shocked the domestic market and lower the prices further.

(4) Household raising is still the main culturing method for cattle and sheep; whole industry chain pattern of propagating and raising cattle and sheep by farms themselves will position in middle and high-grade chilled fresh beef and mutton market.

In the following years, the animal protein food demand will grow up steadily; Chinas animal husbandry will be in a critical period of transformation and upgrading, the integration of upstream and downstream of the industry chain will be accelerated; agricultural internet will develop to producer service mode from traditional consumer e-commerce mode, and the service industry of producers will become a new investment hot spot.

BOABC believes that this report will provide important decision-making base for domestic and foreign livestock products traders and manufacturers, feed producers and traders, vaccine and equipment manufacturers and agricultural investment organizations; meanwhile, its an importance reference for industry association, research institution, etc.
Table of Content
BACKGROUND I
PART ONE CHINA ANIMAL HUSBANDRY DEVELOPMENT SITUATION IN 2015 1
1 ENVIRONMENT AND POLICY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHINA ANIMAL HUSBANDRY IN 2015 1
1.1 Growth Rate of Chinas Economy Slowed Down 1
1.2 Chinas Grain Output Increased Continuously and Corn Price Declined 2
1.3 Integration of Chinas Feed Industry Was Accelerated, Industrial Feed Output Increased Continuously 3
1.4 China Continued Implementing Support Policy for Breeding Industry 4
1.5 Strengthening Animal Disease Monitoring and Prevention System Continuously 5
1.6 Strengthening Supervision on Slaughtering Industry Continuously 7
1.7 China Supports Orderly Import of Livestock Products 7
2 SUPPLY & DEMAND AND INDUSTRIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CHINAS ANIMAL PRODUCTS IN 2015 9
2.1 Pork and Beef Output Declined, While Mutton and Poultry Meat Output Increased 9
2.2 Pork Demand Dropped, While Demand for Other Animal Products Increased 10
2.3 Meat Output of Scale Slaughterhouses Dropped Sharply 10
2.4 Prices of Pork and Chicken Rose Up, While Prices of Beef, Mutton and Egg Declined 11
2.5 Hog, Layer and Beef Cattle Breeding Made Profit, While White Feather Broiler and Mutton Sheep Breeding Suffered Loss 12
2.6 Scale Breeding Degree of Animal Husbandry Rose Up Continuously 13
2.7 Chinas Trade Volume of Animal Products Increased by 16.7% 13
PART TWO ANALYSIS AND FORECAST OF CHINAS HOG INDUSTRY IN 2015-2016 15
3 ANALYSIS OF CHINAS HOG MARKET IN 2015 15
3.1 Global Pork Output Declined Slightly in 2015 15
3.2 Chinas Pork Supply in 2015 16
3.2.1 Inventory and Import Volume of Breeding Swine 16
3.2.2 Hog Inventory/Production and Pork Output 20
3.2.3 Hog Farming Scale (Take sow inventory volume as this years report division standard) 23
3.2.4 Stable Hog Epidemic Situation 24
3.3 Change of Hog Breeding Benefit in China 25
3.3.1 Hog Breeding Cost Declined 25
3.3.2 Chinas Purchasing Price of Hog Went Up 26
3.3.3 Chinas Hog Breeding Profit Increased 27
3.4 China Live Hog Slaughtering and Processing in 2015 28
3.4.1 Structure of Pig Slaughterhouses 28
3.4.2 Pig Slaughtering Capacity 29
3.4.3 Pig Slaughtering Volume 30
3.4.4 Profit Level of Pig Slaughtering Industry 30
3.5 Chinas Pork Consumption Decreased in 2015 32
3.5.1 Pork Consumption (excluding loss) Decreased 32
3.5.2 Urban-Rural Structure of Pork Consumption 33
3.5.3 Structure of Pork Consumption in Different Ways 33
3.5.4 Pork Price Rose Up 34
3.6 Chinas Pork Trade in 2015 35
3.6.1 Chinas Live hog Import & Export 35
3.6.2 Import & Export of Dried, Smoked, Salt-Preserved and Salted Pork 39
3.6.3 Import & Export of Canned Pork and Other Prepared or preserved Pork 40
3.6.4 Import & Export of Frozen Pig Entrails 41
3.6.5 Import & Export of Other Major Pig Products 43
3.7 Summary of the Investment by Major Enterprises in Chinas Pig Market in 2015 45
3.7.1 New Hope Group 45
3.7.2 WENS Group 46
3.7.3 Yurun Group 47
3.7.4 Shuanghui Group 49
3.7.5 Zhengbang Group 50
3.7.6 Truein Group 52
3.7.7 COFCO Group 53
3.7.8 Dakang Farming 54
3.7.9 Muyuan Food 55
3.7.10 Tiandi Food 57
3.8 Outlook of Chinas Hog Market in 2016 58
3.8.1 Pig Farming Industry Policy 58
3.8.2 Inventory and Production of Pig 58
3.8.3 Pork Output 58
3.8.4 Pork Consumption 58
3.8.5 Pork Trade 58
3.8.6 Pork Price 59
3.8.7 Estimation of Pig Farming Profitability 59
PART THREE ANALYSIS AND FORECAST OF CHINAS MEAT POULTRY INDUSTRY IN 2015-2016 60
4 ANALYSIS OF CHINAS MEAT POULTRY MARKET IN 2015 60
4.1 Global Growth Rate of Poultry Output Declined in 2015 60
4.2 Chinas Poultry Output Increased Slightly in 2015 61
4.2.1 Inventory of Meat Poultry Increased by 3.2% 61
4.2.1 Poultry Output Increased by 4.2% 62
4.2.3 Feeding Structure of Meat Poultry 63
4.3 Chinas Chicken Supply Increased Slightly in 2015 63
4.3.1 Inventory and Import Volume of Breeding Bird Both Declined 63
4.3.2 Broiler Slaughter and Chicken Output Both Increased Slightly 66
4.3.3 Proportion of Standardized Breeding of Broiler Rose Up Continuously 68
4.3.4 Poultry Disease Forms Were Stable 70
4.4 Chinas Breeding Benefit of White Feather Broiler Turned Gains into Losses in 2015 71
4.4.1 White Feather Broiler Breeding Cost Declined 71
4.4.2 Purchasing Price of White Feather Broiler Dropped 72
4.4.3 White Feather Broiler Breeding Turned Gains into Losses 72
4.5 Status of China Broiler Slaughter and Processing Industry in 2015 73
4.5.1 Structure of Broiler Slaughter and Processing Enterprises 73
4.5.2 Structure of Processed Chicken Products 73
4.5.3 Broiler Slaughtering Capacity and Quantity 74
4.6 Chinas Poultry Consumption Increased Slightly in 2015 74
4.6.1 Poultry Consumption (Excluding Loss) 74
4.6.2 Urban and Rural Structure of Poultry Consumption 75
4.6.3 Structure of Poultry Consumption in Different Ways 76
4.6.4 Structure of Poultry Consumption in Various Product Forms 76
4.6.5 Poultry Price Level 77
4.7 China Poultry Trading in 2015 78
4.7.1 Imports and Exports of Live Chicken Both Declined 78
4.7.2 Chicken Import Volume Declined, While Export Volume Increased 78
4.7.3 Import and Export of Chicken Giblets 82
4.7.4 Import and Export of Other Poultry Products 83
4.8 Development and Investment of major Broiler Enterprises in China Market in 2015 85
4.8.1 WENS Group 85
4.8.2 New Hope Liuhe 86
4.8.3 CP Group 87
4.8.4 Fujian Sunner Development 89
4.8.5 Dachan Food 90
4.8.6 Yurun Group 91
4.8.7 COFCO Group 92
4.8.8 Henan Doyoo 92
4.8.9 Changzhou Lihua 93
4.8.10 Huadu Group 94
4.9 Outlook of China Meat Poultry Market in 2016 95
4.9.1 Policies Regarding Meat Poultry Breeding 95
4.9.2 Inventory and Slaughter of Meat Poultry 95
4.9.3 Poultry Output 95
4.9.4 Poultry Consumption (Excluding Loss) 95
4.9.5 Poultry Trading 96
4.9.6 Poultry Price 96
4.9.7 Broiler Breeding Profit Forecast 96
PART FOUR ANALYSIS AND FORECAST OF CHINAS EGG POULTRY INDUSTRY IN 2015-2016 97
5 ANALYSIS OF CHINAS EGG POULTRY MARKET IN 2015 97
5.1 Global Output of Poultry Eggs Declined by 0.14% YOY in 2015 97
5.2 Overall Condition of Chinas Layer Poultry Farming in 2015 98
5.2.1 Structure and Volume of Layer Poultry Farming 98
5.2.2 Structure and Output of Poultry Eggs 99
5.3 Chinas Egg Supply in 2015 101
5.3.1 Breeding Chicken Inventory and Import 101
5.3.2 Layer Chicken Inventory and Egg Output Went Up Slightly in 2015 102
5.3.3 Scale of Layer Chicken Farming 103
5.3.4 Epidemic of Layer Chicken 104
5.4 Profit of Chinas Layer Chicken Farming in 2015 104
5.4.1 The Breeding Cost of Layer Chicken Got Down 104
5.4.2 The Farmgate Price of Eggs Decreased by 18% YOY 105
5.4.3 The Breeding Profit of Layer Chicken Declined 106
5.5 Overall Conditions of Chinas Poultry Egg Processing Industry in 2015 106
5.6 Chinas Poultry Egg Consumption in 2015 107
5.6.1 Egg Consumption Experienced A Small Rise in 2015 107
5.6.2 Urban-Rural Structure of Poultry Egg Consumption 107
5.6.3 Structure of Poultry Egg Consumption in Different Ways 108
5.6.4 Egg Price Fell Down Obviously 109
5.7 Chinas Poultry Egg Trade in 2015 109
5.7.1 China Imported Less Eggs in 2015 109
5.7.2 China Exported More Eggs Compared with That in Last Year 110
5.8 Summary of the Investment of Major Enterprises in Chinas Layer Chicken Market in 2015 113
5.8.1 CP Group 113
5.8.2 Sichuan Tie Qi Li Shi Group (TQLS) 114
5.8.3 Dalian Hanwei Group 115
5.8.4 Beijing DQY Agricultural Technology Co., Ltd. 116
5.8.5 Hubei Shendan Healthy Food Co., Ltd. 116
5.8.6 Ningxia Xiaoming Qinye 117
5.8.7 Shenyang Huamei Livestock and Poultry Co., Ltd. 119
5.8.8 Shaanxi Dajiang 119
5.9 China Layer Poultry Market Outlook in 2016 120
5.9.1 Policy for Layer Poultry Farming 120
5.9.2 Layer Poultry Inventory 120
5.9.3 Output of Poultry Egg 121
5.9.4 Consumption of Poultry Egg (excluding loss) 121
5.9.5 Trade of Poultry Egg 121
5.9.6 Price of Poultry Egg 121
5.9.7 Estimation of Layer Chicken Farming Profit 122
PART FIVE ANALYSIS AND FORECAST OF CHINAS BEEF CATTLE INDUSTRY, 2015-2016 123
6 ANALYSIS OF CHINAS BEEF CATTLE MARKET IN 2015 123
6.1 Global Beef Output Declined in 2015 123
6.2 Chinas Beef Supply Decreased in 2015 124
6.2.1 Inventory and Import Volume of Breeding Cattle Both Declined 124
6.2.2 Inventory and Slaughter of Beef Cattle Both Declined 127
6.2.3 Standardized Scale Degree of Beef Cattle Breeding Rose Up Further 128
6.2.4 Beef Cattle Epidemic Situation Was Mild 130
6.3 Chinas Beef Cattle Breeding Benefit Declined in 2015 130
6.3.1 Beef Cattle Breeding Cost Increased Slightly 130
6.3.2 Purchasing Price of Beef Cattle Saw Greater Decline 131
6.3.3 Beef Cattle Breeding Profit Declined 131
6.4 Overall Condition of Chinas Beef Cattle Slaughtering Industry in 2015 132
6.5 Chinas Beef Consumption Increased Slightly in 2015 132
6.5.1 Beef Consumption Volume (Excluding Loss) 132
6.5.2 Urban-Rural Structure of Beef Consumption 133
6.5.3 Structure of Beef Consumption in Different Ways 134
6.5.4 Structure of Beef Consumption in Different Products 134
6.5.5 Beef Price Slid Down Slightly 135
6.6 Chinas Beef Trade in 2015 136
6.6.1 Chinas Export Volume of Beef Decreased Greatly 136
6.6.2 Chinas Beef Import Volume Increased Greatly 138
6.7 Summary of the Investment of Major Enterprises in Chinas Beef Cattle Market in 2015 140
6.8 China Beef Market Outlook in 2016 142
6.8.1 Policy for Beef Cattle Farming 142
6.8.2 Beef Cattle Inventory 142
6.8.3 Beef Output 142
6.8.4 Beef Consumption (excluding loss) 142
6.8.5 Beef Trade 142
6.8.6 Beef Price 143
6.8.7 Estimation of Beef Cattle Farming Profit 143
PART SIX ANALYSIS AND FORECAST OF CHINAS MUTTON SHEEP INDUSTRY, 2015-2016 144
7 ANALYSIS OF CHINAS MUTTON MARKET IN 2015 144
7.1 Global Growth Rate of Mutton Output Declined in 2015 144
7.2 China Mutton Supply in 2015 145
7.2.1 Inventory and Import Volume of Breeding Sheep Both Increased 145
7.2.2 Inventory and Slaughter of Mutton Sheep Both Increased Slightly 146
7.2.3 Standardized Scale Degree of Mutton Sheep Breeding Rose Up Further 147
7.2.4 Mutton Sheep Epidemic Situation Was Mild 149
7.3 Chinas Breeding Benefit of Mutton Sheep Turned Gains into Losses 149
7.3.1 Mutton Sheep Breeding Cost Reduced 149
7.3.2 Purchasing Price of Mutton Sheep Declined 150
7.3.3 Breeding Benefit of Mutton Sheep Turned Gains into Losses 150
7.4 Chinas Consumption of Mutton Increased Slightly in 2015 151
7.4.1 Mutton consumption volume (excluding loss) 151
7.4.2 Urban-Rural Structure of Mutton Consumption 151
7.4.3 Structure of Mutton Consumption in Different Ways 152
7.4.4 Structure of Mutton Consumption in Different Products 152
7.4.5 Mutton Price Moved Down Continuously 153
7.5 Chinas Mutton Trade in 2015 154
7.5.1 Chinas Mutton Export Volume Declined 154
7.5.2 Chinas Import Volume of Mutton Declined Greatly 157
7.6 Summary of the Investment of Major Enterprises in Chinas Mutton Sheep Market in 2015 158
7.7 China Mutton Market Forecast in 2016 159
7.7.1 Mutton breeding policies 159
7.7.2 Mutton Inventory 159
7.7.3 Mutton Output 159
7.7.4 Mutton Consumption (excluding loss) 159
7.7.5 Mutton Trade 159
7.7.6 Mutton Price 160
7.7.7 Mutton Breeding Margin Forecast 160


List of Figures
Figure 2.1, the Output of China Pork, Beef, Mutton, Poultry, and Poultry Eggs in 2009 – 2015 9
Figure 2.2, the Consumption of China Pork, Beef, Mutton, Poultry and Poultry Eggs in 2009 – 2015 10
Figure 2.3, Annual Meat Production of China Large Scale Livestock Slaughter Enterprises in 2009 – 2015 11
Figure 2.4, Monthly Meat Production of China Large Scale Livestock Slaughter Enterprises in 2015 11
Figure 2.5, the Retail Price Trend of China Livestock Products in 2009 – 2015 12
Figure 2.6, Weighted Price Trend of China Livestock Products in 2009 – 2015 12
Figure 2.7 China Livestock Products Import Volume in 2009 – 2015 14
Figure 2.8 China Livestock Products Export Volume in 2009 – 2015 14
Figure 3.1 Global Pork Output, 2009-2015 15
Figure 3.2, Chinas Breeding Sow Inventory, 2009-2015 17
Figure 3.3, Monthly Variations of Chinas Breeding Sow Inventory, 2015 17
Figure 3.4, China Swine Import Volume, 2009-2015 18
Figure 3.5, China Monthly Import of Swine and Importing Price, 2012-2015 18
Figure 3.6, Import Volume from Chinas Major Breeding Swine Importing Source Countries, 2015 19
Figure 3.7, China Main Swine Import Enterprises and Its Import Volume, 2015 19
Figure 3.8, Monthly Changes of Chinas Hog Inventory, 2015 20
Figure 3.9, Chinas Hog Inventory, 2009-2015 21
Figure 3.10, Chinas Production of Hog, 2009-2015 21
Figure 3.11, Chinas Pork Output, 2009-2015 22
Figure 3.12, Regional Structure of Chinas Hog Inventory, 2015 22
Figure 3.13, Scale Structure of Chinas Hog Production, 2009-2015 23
Figure 3.14, Scale Structure of Chinas Hog Farming, 2015 23
Figure 3.15, Scale of Chinas Standardized Hog Farming, 2009-2015 24
Figure 3.16, Changes of the Harmless Disposal of Hogs in China, 2010-2015 25
Figure 3.17, Constitution of Chinas Pig Farming Cost, 2009-2015 26
Figure 3.18, Chinas Monthly Purchasing Price of Hog, 2009-2015 26
Figure 3.19, Variations of Chinas Pig Farming Profit, 2009-2015 27
Figure 3.20, Changes of Chinas Pig Farming Profit, 2015 28
Figure 3.21, Numerical Structure of Chinas Pig Slaughtering Enterprises Passing the Verification in 2015 (by Production Capacity) 28
Figure 3.22, Constitution of Chinas Hog Slaughtering Enterprises Production Capacity, 2015 29
Figure 3.23, Structure of Slaughtering Volume of Chinas Hog Slaughtering Enterprises, 2015 30
Figure 3.24, Changes of Sales Revenue of Chinas Pig Slaughtering Industry, 2009-2015 31
Figure 3.25, Changes of Gross Profit of Chinas Pig Slaughtering Industry, 2009-2015 31
Figure 3.26, Changes of Annual Gross Profit of Chinas Pig Slaughtering Industry, 2009-2015 32
Figure 3.27, Chinas Pork Consumption Volume, 2009-2015 32
Figure 3.28, Urban-Rural Structure of Chinas Pork Consumption, 2015 33
Figure 3.29, Ways of Chinas Pork Consumption, 2015 34
Figure 3.30, China Monthly Pork Retail Price, 2013-2015 34
Figure 3.31, Chinas Import & Export Volume of Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Pork, 2009-2015 36
Figure 3.32, Source Countries of Chinas Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Pork Import, 2015 37
Figure 3.33, Target Areas of Chinas Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Pork Export, 2015 38
Figure 3.34, Variations of Chinas Import of Dried, Smoked, Salt-Preserved and Salted Pork, 2009-2015 39
Figure 3.35, Changes of Chinas Export of Dried, Smoked, Salt-Preserved and Salted Pork, 2009-2015 40
Figure 3.36, Changes of Chinas Import of Canned Pork and Other Prepared or preserved Pork, 2010-2015 40
Figure 3.37, Changes of Chinas Export of Canned Pork and Other Prepared or preserved Pork, 2010-2015 41
Figure 3.38, Chinas Import Volume of Meat Entrails, 2008-2015 42
Figure 3.39, Source Countries of Chinas Meat Entrails Import, 2015 42
Figure 3.40, Chinas Import Volume of Frozen Pig Liver, 2010-2015 43
Figure 3.41, Chinas Import Volume of Other Frozen Pig Entrails, 2010-2015 43
Figure 3.42, Chinas Export Volume of Pig bristles and Pig Hairs, 2010-2015 44
Figure 3.43, Chinas Import & Export Volume of Salted Pig Intestine Casings, 2010-2015 45
Figure 3.44, Production of Live hogs by New Hope Group, 2009-2015 46
Figure 3.45, Pig Inventory and Production of WENS Group, 2009-2015 47
Figure 3.46, Pig Production of Yurun Group, 2009-2015 48
Figure 3.47, Share Price Variation trend of Yurun Group, 2014-2015 48
Figure 3.48, Pig Production of Shuanghui Group, 2009-2015 49
Figure 3.49, Share Price Variation trend of Shuanghui Group, 2013-2015 50
Figure 3.50, Live hog Inventory and Production of Zhengbang Group, 2009-2015 51
Figure 3.51, Share Price Variation trend of Zhengbang Group, 2013-2015 51
Figure 3.52, Pig Inventory and Production of Truein Group, 2009-2015 52
Figure 3.53, Share Price Variation trend of Truein Group, 2013-2015 53
Figure 3.54, Pig Inventory and Production of COFCO Group, 2009-2015 54
Figure 3.55, Live Hog Inventory of Dakang Muye, 2009-2015 55
Figure 3.56, Share Price Variation trend of Dakang Muye, 2013-2015 55
Figure 3.57, Live Hog Production of Muyuan Food, 2009-2015 56
Figure 3.58, Share Price Variation trend of Muyuan Food, 2015 56
Figure 3.59, Pig Inventory and Production of Tiandi Food, 2009-2015 57
Figure 4.1 Global Poultry Output in 2008-2015 60
Figure 4.2 Slaughtered Poultry in China in 2008-2015 61
Figure 4.3 Poultry Stock Structure in China in the end of 2015 61
Figure 4.4 China Poultry Output 62
Figure 4.5 Regional Structure of Poultry Production in China in 2015 62
Figure 4.6 Structure of Slaughtered Poultry in China in 2015 63
Figure 4.7 Stocks of Fertile Progenitor White Feather in 2008-2015 64
Figure 4.8 Baby Broiler Price Trend in China in 2012-2015 64
Figure 4.9 China Breeding Birds Imports in 2008-2015 65
Figure 4.10 China Breeding Birds Imports by Country in 2015 65
Figure 4.11 China Hatching Egg Imports in 2008-2015 66
Figure 4.12 Slaughtered Broilers in China in 2008-2015 67
Figure 4.13 Chicken Output in China in 2008-2015 67
Figure 4.14 Regional Structure of Chicken Output in China in 2015 68
Figure 4.15 Slaughtered Broilers by Month in China in 2015 68
Figure 4.16 Scale Structure of Broiler Farming in China in 2008-2015 69
Figure 4.17 Scale Structure of Broiler Farming in China in 2015 69
Figure 4.18 Level of Broiler Standard Scale Farming in China in 2008-2015 70
Figure 4.19, Chinas Poultry Diseases Morbidity Statistics 71
Figure 4.20 Structure of Broiler Breeding Cost in China in 2008-2015 71
Figure 4.21 Purchasing Price of Broilers in China in 2009-2015 72
Figure 4.22 Profit Change Trend of Breeding Broilers in China in 2008-2015 72
Figure 4.23 Structure of Broiler Slaughter and Processing Enterprises (By Capacity) in 2015 73
Figure 4.24 Structure of Processed Chicken Products in China in 2015 74
Figure 4.25 China Poultry Consumption in 2008-2015 75
Figure 4.26 Urban and Rural Structure of Poultry Consumption in China in 2015 75
Figure 4.27 Poultry Consumption in Different Ways in 2015 76
Figure 4.28 Poultry Consumption in Various Product Forms in China in 2015 76
Figure 4.29 Wholesale Price for Whole Fresh Chicken in China in 2012-2015 77
Figure 4.30 Monthly Retail Price for Live Chicken in China 77
Figure 4.31,Chinas Monthly Import Changes of Chicken in 2014-2015 79
Figure 4.32,Accumulative Market Shares of China Fresh Frozen Chicken Imports by Country of Origin, 2015 79
Figure 4.33, Accumulative Market Shares of China Fresh Frozen Chicken Exports by Country of Destination, 2015 81
Figure 4.34 Import of Frozen Chicken Wing (excluding wing apex), Feet and Gizzard in 2014-2015 83
Figure 4.35 WENS Groups Slaughtered Broilers in 2009-2015 85
Figure 4.36 New Hope Liuhes Slaughtered Broilers in 2009-2015 86
Figure 4.37 Stock Price Trend of New Hope Liuhe 87
Figure 4.38 CP Groups Slaughtered Broilers in 2009-2015 88
Figure 4.39 Sunner Developments Slaughtered Broilers in 2009-2015 89
Figure 4.40 Stock Price Trend of Sunner Development in 2013-2015 89
Figure 4.41 Dachan Foods Slaughtered Broilers in 2009-2015 90
Figure 4.42 Yurun Groups Slaughtered Broilers in 2009-2015 91
Figure 4.43 COFCOs Slaughtered Broilers in 2009-2015 92
Figure 4.44 Doyoos Slaughtered Broilers in 2009-2015 93
Figure 4.45 Changzhou Lihuas Slaughtered Broilers in 2009-2015 93
Figure 4.46 Hudu Groups Slaughtered Broilers in 2009-2015 94
Figure 5.1, Global Output of Poultry Egg, 2009-2015 97
Figure 5.2, Global Output of Chicken Egg, 2009-2015 98
Figure 5.3, Layer Poultry Culturing Structure of China, 2015 99
Figure 5.4, Poultry Egg Output of China, 2009-2015 99
Figure 5.5, Regional Structure of Chinas Poultry Egg Production, 2015 100
Figure 5.6, Structure of Chinas Poultry Egg Products, 2015 100
Figure 5.7 Annual Average Inventory of Progenitor Layer Breeder Hens in China, 2009-2015 101
Figure 5.8, Trend of Chinas Layer Chick Price, 2013-2015 102
Figure 5.9, Scale Structure of Chinas Layer Chicken Farming, 2009-2015 103
Figure 5.10, Scale Structure of Chinas Layer Chicken Farming, 2015 103
Figure 5.11, Standardized Large-Scale Layer Chicken Farming in China, 2009-2015 104
Figure 5.12, Constitution of Chinas Layer Chicken Farming Cost, 2009-2015 105
Figure 5.13, Trend of Farmgate Price and Retail Price of Chicken Egg in China, 2015 105
Figure 5.14, Changes of Chinas Layer Chicken Farming Profit (excluding income from eliminated layer chicken), 2009-2015 106
Figure 5.15, Changes of Chinas Egg Processing Enterprise Profit Margin, 2009-2015 107
Figure 5.16, Chinas Poultry Egg Consumption, 2009-2015 107
Figure 5.17, Urban-Rural Structure of Chinas Poultry Egg Consumption, 2015 108
Figure 5.18, Ways of Chinas Poultry Egg Consumption, 2015 108
Figure 5.19, Chinas Monthly Wholesale and Retail Price of Chicken Eggs, 2015 109
Figure 5.20, Chinas Chicken Egg Export Volume, 2010-2015 111
Figure 5.21, Regional Structure of Chinas Chicken Egg Export, 2015 111
Figure 5.22, Major Target Countries and Areas of Chinas Salted Egg Export, 2015 112
Figure 5.23, Major Target Countries and Areas of Chinas Preserved Egg Export, 2015 112
Figure 5.24, Layer Chicken Inventory and Chicken Egg Output of CP Group, 2009-2015 113
Figure 5.25, Layer Chicken Inventory and Chicken Egg Output of TQLS Group, 2009-2015 114
Figure 5.26, Layer Chicken Inventory and Chicken Egg Output of Dalian Hanwei Group, 2009-2015 115
Figure 5.27, Layer Chicken Inventory and Chicken Egg Output of Beijing DQY, 2009-2015 116
Figure 5.28, Layer Chicken Inventory and Chicken Egg Output of Hubei Shendan, 2009-2015 117
Figure 5.29, Layer Chicken Inventory of Ningxia Xiaoming Qinye, 2009-2015 118
Figure 5.30, Commercial Layer Chicken Inventory and Chicken Egg Output of Shenyang Huamei, 2010-2015 119
Figure 5.31 Chicken Egg Output of Shijiazhuang Huamu, 2009-2015 120
Figure 6.1, Global Beef Output, 2007-2015 123
Figure 6.2, Chinas Breeding Cow Inventory, 2007-2015 125
Figure 6.3, Chinas Breeding Cattle Import Volume, 2010-2015 125
Figure 6.4, Chinas Breeding Cattle Import Volume from Major Source Countries, 2015 126
Figure 6.5, Chinas Bull Semen Import Volume, 2010-2015 126
Figure 6.6, Structure of Chinas Bull Semen Import Source Countries, 2015 127
Figure 6.7, Chinas Beef Production, 2007-2015 127
Figure 6.8, Chinas Beef Cattle Output, 2007-2015 128
Figure 6.9, Regional Structure of Chinas Beef Cattle Inventory, 2015 128
Figure 6.10, Scale Structure of Chinas Beef Cattle Farming, 2007-2015 129
Figure 6.11, Scale Structure of Chinas Beef Cattle Farming, 2015 129
Figure 6.12, Proportion of Chinas Standardized Large-Scale Beef Cattle Farm, 2007-2015 130
Figure 6.13, Constitution of Chinas Beef Cattle Farming Cost, 2009-2015 131
Figure 6.14, Purchasing Price of Beef Cattle in China, 2009-2015 131
Figure 6.15, Changes of Chinas Beef Cattle Farming Profit, 2009-2015 132
Figure 6.16, Chinas Beef Consumption Volume, 2007-2015 133
Figure 6.17, Urban-Rural Structure of Chinas Beef Consumption, 2015 133
Figure 6.18, Ways of Chinas Beef Consumption, 2015 134
Figure 6.19, Chinas Beef Consumption by Different Products, 2015 135
Figure 6.20, Chinas Monthly Retail Price of Beef, 2013-2015 135
Figure 6.21, Chinas Monthly Retail Price and Wholesale of Beef, 2015 136
Figure 6.22, Chinas Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Beef Import &Export Volume, 2010-2015 136
Figure 6.23, Regional Structure of China Fresh, Chilled Beef Export, 2015 137
Figure 6.24, Major Source Countries of Chinas Frozen Beef Import, 2015 138
Figure 6.25, Chinas Import Volume of Frozen Cattle Entrails, 2010-2015 139
Figure 6.26, Major Source Countries of Chinas Frozen Cattle Entrails Import, 2015 140
Figure 7.1, Global mutton Output, 2008 - 2015 144
Figure 7.2, Chinas Breeding Sheep Inventory, 2009-2015 145
Figure 7.3, Chinas Breeding Sheep Import Volume, 2009-2015 145
Figure 7.4, Chinas Mutton Sheep Production, 2009-2015 146
Figure 7.5, Chinas Mutton Output, 2009-2015 146
Figure 7.6, Regional Structure of Chinas Mutton Production, 2015 147
Figure 7.7, Scale Structure of Chinas Mutton Sheep Farming, 2009-2015 148
Figure 7.8, Scale Structure of Chinas Mutton Sheep Farming, 2015 148
Figure 7.9, Proportion of Chinas Standardized Large-Scale Mutton Sheep Farm, 2009-2015 148
Figure 7.10, Constitution of Chinas Mutton Sheep Farming, 2009-2015 149
Figure 7.11, Chinas Purchasing Price of Mutton Sheep, 2009-2015 150
Figure 7.12, Changes of Chinas Mutton Sheep Farming Profit, 2009-2015 150
Figure 7.13, Chinas Mutton Consumption, 2009-2015 151
Figure 7.14, Urban-Rural Structure of Chinas Mutton Consumption, 2015 152
Figure 7.15, Ways of Chinas Mutton Consumption, 2015 152
Figure 7.16, Different Products of Chinas Mutton Consumption, 2015 153
Figure 7.17, Chinas Monthly Retail Price of Mutton, 2012-2015 154
Figure 7.18, Chinas Monthly Wholesale Price and Retail Price of Mutton, 2015 154
Figure 7.19, Chinas Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Mutton Export Volume, 2010-2015 155
Figure 7.20, Regional Structure of Chinas Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Mutton Export, 2015 155
Figure 7.21, Chinas Live Sheep Export Volume, 2010-2015 156
Figure 7.22, Major Source Countries of Chinas Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Mutton Import, 2015 157


List of Tables
Table 1.1, China main grain import volume in 2015 3
Table 3.1, Output of Major Pork Production Countries in the World, 2013-2015 16
Table 3.2, Some of Chinas Pig Farming Enterprises Importing Breeding Swine and the Import Volume, 2015 20
Table 3.3, Chinas Major Hog Disease Cases, 2014-2015 25
Table 3.4, Export Volume of China Major Live hog Exporters and Their Market Share, 2015 35
Table 3.5, Chinas live hog Export Quota and Details, 2015 36
Table 3.6, Some Patterns and Volume of Chinas Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Pork Import, 2015 37
Table 3.7, Chinas Major Import Enterprises of Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Pork and Their Market Share, 2015 37
Table 3.8, Some Patterns and Volume of Chinas Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Pork Export, 2015 38
Table 3.9, Chinas Major Export Enterprises of Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Pork and Their Market Share, 2015 39
Table 3.10, Major Patterns and Volumes of Chinas Dried, Smoked, Salt-Preserved and Salted Pork Import & Export, 2015 41
Table 3.11, Chinas Meat Entrails Import Enterprises and Their Market Share, 2015 42
Table 3.12, Some Patterns and Volume of Chinas Pork Fat Export, 2015 44
Table 3.13 Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of WENS Group, 2015 47
Table 3.14 Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of Truein Group, 2015 53
Table 3.15, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of Muyuan Food 57
Table 4.1, Breeding Broiler Importers of China and Market Shares, 2015 66
Table 4.2, Live Chicken Exporting Enterprises and Their Market Share in 2015 78
Table 4.3, Chinas Exporting Quota for Live Chicken in 2015 78
Table 4.4, Top 10 China Broiler and Giblet Importers and Market Shares, 2015 80
Table 4.5, Top 10 China Broiler and Giblet Exporters and Market Shares, in Jan-Sep 2015 81
Table 4.6, China Chicken Import Forms and Importing Volume in 2014-2015 82
Table 4.7, China Chicken Exporting Forms and Volume in 2014-2015 82
Table 4.8, China Duck Import and Export Forms and Volume in 2015 84
Table 4.9, China Goose Import and Export Forms and Volume in 2015 84
Table 4.10, China Pigeon Import and Export Forms and Volume in 2015 84
Table 4.11, China Turkey Import and Export Forms and Volume in 2015 85
Table 5.1, Introduction Volume of Chinas Major Progenitor Layer Breeder Hens Enterprises 102
Table 5.2, Cases of Major Poultry Diseases in China, 2014 - 2015 104
Table 5.3, Forms and Volume of Chinas Poultry Egg Products Import, 2015 109
Table 5.4, Forms and Volume of Chinas Poultry Egg Export, 2015 110
Table 5.5, Export Volume of Chinas Breeding Egg Export Enterprises, 2015 110
Table 5.6, Chinas Major Chicken Egg Export Enterprises and Their Market Shares, 2015 111
Table 5.7, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of TQLS Groups Layer Chicken Industry, 2015 115
Table 5.8, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of Hubei Shendans Layer Chicken Industry, 2015 117
Table 5.9, Newly Added Production Capacity and Distribution of Xiaoming Qinyes Layer Chicken Industry, 2015 118
Table 6.1, Beef Output Volume in Global Countries, 2014 – 2015 124
Table 6.2, Import Volume of Chinas Major Breeding Cattle Import Enterprises, 2015 126
Table 6.3, Cases of Major Beef Cattle Diseases in China, 2015 130
Table 6.4, Forms and Volume of Chinas Beef Products Export, 2015 137
Table 6.5, Chinas Major Frozen Beef Export Enterprises, 2015 137
Table 6.6, Forms and Volumes of Chinas Beef Products Import, 2015 138
Table 6.7, Chinas Fresh, Chilled Beef Import Enterprises, 2015 139
Table 6.8, Chinas Major Frozen Beef Import Enterprises, 2015 139
Table 6.9, Investment of Chinas Beef Cattle Enterprises in 2015 141
Table 7.1, Cases of Major Sheep Diseases in China, 2015 149
Table 7.2, Forms and Volume of Chinas Mutton Products Export, 2015 155
Table 7.3, Export Volume of Chinas Major Mutton Export Enterprises and Their Market Shares, 2015 156
Table 7.4, Export Volume of Chinas Live Sheep Exporters, 2015 156
Table 7.5, Forms and Volume of Chinas Sheep/Goat Products Import, 2015 157
Table 7.6, Import Volume of Chinas Major Mutton Import Enterprises and Their Market Shares 2015 158
Table 7.7, China Mutton Industry Investment Dynamic in 2015 158
Table 1, Pork Output in Each Region of China, 2009-2015 161
Table 2, Live Hog Inventory in Each Region of China, 2009-2015 162
Table 3, Number of Live Hogs Production in Each Region of China, 2009-2015 163
Table 4, Chinas Pork Balance Sheet, 2009-2015 164
Table 5, Output of Poultry Meat in Each Region of China, 2009-2015 165
Table 6, Poultry Production in Each Region of China, 2009-2015 166
Table 7, Chinas Poultry Meat Balance Sheet, 2009-2015 167
Table 8, Output of Poultry Eggs in Each Region of China, 2009-2015 168
Table 9, Chinas Poultry Egg Balance Sheet, 2009-2015 169
Table 10, Output of Beef in Each Region of China, 2009-2015 170
Table 11, Cattle Inventory in Each Region of China, 2009-2015 171
Table 12, Chinas Beef Balance Sheet, 2009-2015 (excluding smuggling beef) 172
Table 13, Output of Mutton in Each Region of China, 2009-2015 173
Table 14, Mutton Sheep Inventory in Each Region of China, 2009-2015 174
Table 15, Chinas Mutton Balance Sheet, 2009-2015 175
Table 16, Chinas Monthly Animal Products and Feed Retail Price, 2015 175

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