Research Report on China's Hog Production and Pork Market, 2012-2013
China is widely recognized as a big hog producer. In 2012, hog stock reached 462.94 million, including 50.68 million sows. China hog fattening volume amounted to 696.28 million, ranking the first in the world, with almost half of …
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DescriptionChina is widely recognized as a big hog producer. In 2012, hog stock reached 462.94 million, including 50.68 million sows. China hog fattening volume amounted to 696.28 million, ranking the first in the world, with almost half of the global hog fattening volume. In 2012, the rate of hog fattening volume was 150%. On average, the annual fattening volume of each sow is 13.7.
At present, rural scatter breeding and small hog farms are the major means of hog production in China. With low productivity, China is only a big hog production country, instead of a strong or developed hog production country. The general trend of China hog industry is towards large scale. Currently, there are more than 2,500 hog farms with the sow stock being 500 whose average annual hog fattening volume being over 10,000. They account for more than 10% of the total hog fattening volume in China.
With the rapid development of China economy and hog industry, the proportion of large-scale hog farms in China increases swiftly, while such percentage of rural scatter breeding declines rapidly. Meanwhile, industrialization process of hog industry speeds up with increasing numbers of hog production groups. This is the inevitable trend of China hog industry in the future.
As China is the world's largest pork consumer, the development of its pork industry attracts worldwide attentions. Generally, China pork output volume presented an increasing trend from 2001 to 2012, with a decline only in 2007 and 2011. In 2012, China pork output volume was 53.35 million tons, increasing by 5.6% YOY, accounting for 63.63% of the total meat output volume (83.84 million tons) in China.
In 2012, China imported 522,000 tons of pork, increasing by 11.7% YOY. The total import value was USD 980 million, with an growth rate of 15.7% YOY. The average price of pork was USD 1,878.4 per ton, increasing by 3.6% YOY. Specifically, China imported 269,000 tons of pork from the EU, with a growth rate of 64.9% YOY, accounting for 51.4% of the total pork import volume. Besides, China imported 187,000 tons of pork from the U.S., decreasing by 26.1% YOY, taking up 35.7% of the total pork import volume in 2012. China also imported 53,000 tons of pork from Canada, with a growth rate of 7.5% YOY.
With the increase in income, Chinese residents will continue to increase their demand on pork. Therefore, it can be predicted that China hog industry will have a promising prospect and the import volume of pork will increase as well.
Through this report, the readers can acquire the following information:
-Status of China Hog Industry
-Status of China Pork Imports and Exports
-Status of China Pork Consumption
-Hog Industry Confronted with Epidemic Situation
-Major China Hog production Enterprises
-Profit of China Hog Industry
-Forecast on China Hog Industry and Pork Market
The following enterprises and people are proposed to purchase this report:
-Hog production Enterprises
-Feed Manufacturing Enterprises/Animal Vaccine Manufacturing Enterprises
-Meat Products Manufacturing Enterprises
-Pork Trading Enterprises
-Investors and Research Institutes Concerned About China Hog Industry and Pork Market
Table of Contents
1 Overview on China Pork Supply, 2008-2012
1.1 Number of Boars
1.1.1 Boar Stock
1.1.2 Boar Imports
1.2.1 Hog Stock
1.2.2 Hog Fattening Volume and Pork Production
1.2.3 Large-scale Hog Production
1.2.4 Hog Epidemic Situation
2 Profit of China Hog Production, 2012
2.1 Costs of Hog Production
2.2 Prices of Hogs
2.3 Profits of Hog Production
3 Slaughter and Process of Hogs in China, 2012
3.1 Structure of Hog Slaughtering Enterprises
3.2 Hog Slaughtering Capability
3.3 Hog Slaughtering Volume
3.4 Profit of Hog Slaughtering Industry
4 Pork Consumption of China, 2012
4.1 Pork Consumption Volume
4.2 Urban and Rural Pork Consumption Structures
4.3 Different Pork Consumption Structures by Channel
4.4 Different Pork Consumption Structures by Product Form in China
4.5 Pork Price Level
4.6 Major Factors Influencing China Pork Consumption, 2012
5 Pork Import and Export of China, 2012
5.1 Pork Export
5.2 Pork Import
6 Major Enterprises in China Hog Market, 2012
6.1 New Hope Liuhe Co., Ltd.
6.2 Wens Food Group Co., Ltd.
6.3 Yurun Group Co., Ltd.
6.4 Shuanghui Group Co., Ltd.
6.5 Zhengbang Group Co., Ltd.
6.6 TRS group
6.7 COFCO Corporation
6.8 Hunan Dakang Pasture Farming Co., Ltd.
6.9 Other Enterprises
7 Forecasts on China Hog Industry and Pork Market, 2013-2017
7.2 Forecasts on Hog Stock and Fattening Volume
7.3 Forecast on Pork Production
7.4 Forecast on Pork Consumption
7.5 Pork Trade
7.6 Forecasts on Pork Prices
7.7 Forecasts on Profit of Hog Production
Chart Stock of Productive Sows in China, 2011-2012
Chart Major Import Sources of China Boars, 2012
Chart China Hog Stock, 2001-2012
Chart Changes of Monthly China Hog Stocks, 2012
Chart China Hog Fattening Volume, 2001-2012
Chart China Pork Production, 2001-2012
Chart Cost Structure of Hog Production in China, 2006-2011
Chart Monthly Hog Price in China, 2008-2013
Chart Profits of China Hog Production, 2006-2011
Chart Trend of Sales Revenue of China Hog Slaughtering Industry , 2003-2012
Chart China Pork Consumption, 2001-2012
Chart Average Monthly Retail Price of Pork in China, 2007-2012
Chart Export Volume of China Frozen Pork, 2001-2012
Chart Major Export Destinations of China Frozen Pork, 2012
Chart Major Import Sources of China Frozen Pork, 2012
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