Before reform and opening up, China’s cattle industry focused on working cattle instead of beef. Until the early 1990s, economic reform encouraged the enthusiasm of Chinese farmers, which promoted the rapid development of beef cattle industry, beef cattle slaughter industry and beef processing industry.
The breeding mode of live cattle in China is mainly based on the scattered breeding mode, different from the large-scale breeding mode in foreign countries. The major reasons are the deteriorating quality of grassland in China and relatively insufficient grassland resources. What’s more, this kind of cattle breeding mode is determined by China’s large population, abundant labor resources, and low price of agricultural labor force.
In recent years, the fattened volume of live cattle in China rises rapidly. The annual fattened volume of the whole country increased from 13,039,000 in 1991 to 47,750,000 in 2011. With the rapid development of beef cattle slaughter and processing industry in the corresponding period, the beef production increased from 1,256,000 tons in 1990 to 7,000,000 tons in 2015. The CAGR reached 7.11%. At present, China is the third beef producer after the U.S. and Brazil with its beef production volume accounting for over 10% of the global production volume. In addition, the proportion of China’s beef production accounting for the overall national meat production rose from about 5% in 1990 to 8.12% in 2015.
With the improvement of Chinese residents’ living standard and dietary structure, Chinese residents have gradually formed the consumption concept of purchasing high-quality beef products. Thus the demand for beef has increased significantly. It is very difficult to increase supply of beef by adjusting the breeding scale because of the long breeding period and low reproductive rate. With the continuous enhancement of China’s national income level and changes of dietary habits (the promotion of western-style food etc.), per capita demand for beef will increase, so that it will stimulate the rapid growth of demand. Now, China’s annual per capita consumption of beef is less than 7 kg, less than half of the global average.
For a long time, the price of beef in China has been lower than that of developed countries, with output larger than input. But since 2010, the increasing domestic demand leads to domestic beef price’s increase. The price of beef in China exceeded 3,000 USD/ton, much higher than that of Canada and Australia. However, the quality of domestic beef is lower than that of many countries such as Canada, Australia and Brazil. China started to import a lot of beef from Australia, Brazil and Canada because of the huge disparity between quality and price and the gap between supply and demand. Since 2012, China has become a net importer of beef. The import volume reached 49,000 tons in 2012. Afterwards, the annual import continues to rise.
According to CRI, the legal import volume of beef in China reached 473,800 tons in 2015, 59% increase than 2014. The value of import surpassed USD 2 billion. The actual beef import volume in China will be much more than the legal import volume if the smuggling beef from India in Chinese market is taken into account. In 2015, Australia, Uruguay, New Zealand, Brazil were China’s main imports origins of beef. Among them, China imported 156,000 tons of beef from Australia which was China’s most important legal import origins of beef.
It is predicted that in the next few years, the demand for beef in China will continue to rise. And the import volume of beef will also continue to grow because of the low growth of China’s beef production. There are a lot of investment opportunities in Chinese market for many global cattle breeding enterprises, beef processing enterprises and beef trade enterprises.
Through this report, the readers can acquire the following information:
– Condition on the Beef Cattle Breeding in China
– Supply and Demand in China
– Condition on the Import of Bull and Beef in China
– Epidemic Situation of Beef Cattle in China
– Analysis on the Cost of Beef Cattle Breeding in China
– China’s Major Beef Cattle Breeding and Slaughtering Enterprises
– Perspective of Beef Market in China
The Following Enterprises and People Are Recommended to Purchase This Report:
– Beef cattle and bull breeding enterprises
– Beef cattle slaughtering enterprises
– Beef trade enterprises
– Feed manufacturers/animal vaccine producing enterprises
-Investors /Research Agencies Focusing on Beef Cattle Breeding and Beef Market
Table of Contents
1 Supply of Beef in China, 2010-2015
1.1 The Quantity of Bulls
1.1.1 Livestock of Bulls
1.1.2 Import of Bulls
1.2 Feeding of Beef Cattle
1.2.1 Fattened Volume of Beef Cattle
1.2.2 Breeding scale of Beef Cattle
1.2.3 Epidemic Situation of Beef Cattle
1.3 Output Volume of Beef in China
1.3.1 Overall Production
1.3.2 Regional Production
2 Analysis on the Benefit of Beef Cattle Breeding in China, 2011 – 2015
2.1 Cost of Beef Cattle Breeding
2.2 Purchase Price of Beef Cattle
2.3 Profit Level of Beef Cattle Breeding
3 Beef Cattle Slaughter and Processing Industry in China, 2011 – 2015
3.1 Industry Overview
3.2 Problems in the Industry
3.3 Trend of Industry Development
4 Demand for Beef in China, 2011 – 2015
4.1 Consumption of Beef
4.2 Rural and Urban Consumption Structure of Beef
4.3 Different Channels of Beef Consumption Structure
4.4 Price Trend of Beef
5 Import and Export Status of Beef in China, 2011 – 2015
5.1.1 Overview of Export
5.1.2 Major Export Destinations
5.2.1 Import Overview
5.2.2 Major Origins of Import
5.2.3 Analysis on Types of Imported Beef
6 China’s Major Beef Cattle Breeding and Slaughter Enterprises, 2011 – 2015
6.1 Hebei Fucheng Wufeng Food Co., Ltd.
6.1.1 Enterprise Profile
6.1.2 Operation Status
6.2 Henan Yisai Beef Co., Ltd.
6.3 Shenyang Lvfeng Food Co., Ltd.
6.4 Mongolia Kerchin Cattle Industry Co., Ltd.
6.5 Xinjiang West Animal Husbandry Co., Ltd.
6.6 Hondo Agriculture Group
6.7 Dalian Xuelong Industry Group Co., Ltd.
7 Prospect of China’s Cattle Breeding and Beef Market, 2016 – 2020
7.1 Factors Influencing Development
7.1.1 Favorable Factors
7.1.2 Unfavorable Factors
7.2 Forecast on Supply of Beef in China
7.2.1 Prediction on Livestock of Beef Cattle
7.2.2 Prediction on Beef Production
7.3 Prediction on Demand for Beef
7.3.1 Prediction on Beef Consumption
7.3.2 Prediction on Niche Demand for Beef
7.4 Prediction on Import and Export of Beef
7.5 Prediction on Price of Beef
7.6 Advice on Development and Investment of Beef Cattle Breeding and Beef Market in China
Chart Livestock Volume of Fertile Cows in China, 2003-2015
Chart Import Volume of Bulls in China, 2010-2015
Chart Import Origins of Bulls in China, 2015
Chart Production Volume of Beef in China, 2003-2015
Chart Regional Production Volume of Beef in China, 2015
Chart Scale and Structure of Beef Cattle Breeding in China, 2003-2015
Chart Scale and Structure of Beef Cattle Breeding in China, 2015
Chart Situation of Bovine Diseases in China, 2013 – 2015
Chart Average Purchase Price of Beef Cattle in China, 2011 – 2015
Chart Consumption Volume of Beef in China, 2005 – 2015
Chart Consumption Channels of Beef in China, 2015
Chart Monthly Wholesale Price and Retail Price of Beef in China, 2008 – 2015
Chart Import of Beef in China, 2003-2015
Chart Import Origins of China’s Frozen Beef, 2015
Chart Import Origins of China’s Chilled Beef, 2015
Chart Import Volume of Frozen Beef Offal in China, 2008 – 2015
Chart Operation of Hebei Fucheng Wufeng Food Co., Ltd.
Chart Prediction on Production Volume of Beef in China, 2016 – 2020
Chart Prediction on Consumption Volume of Beef in China, 2016 – 2020