Livestock Inventories and Meat Production in Major Producing Countries, Table


Livestock Inventories and Meat Production in Major Producing Countries, Table
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Table V. Livestock Inventories and Meat Production in Major Producing Countries
In 000,000 head and 000,000 metric tons (carcass weight)

Region and country 19971 19982   1997 19981
  Cattle and buffalo3   Beef and veal
World total4 1,502   1,499       53.9     54.0  
  Canada      13        13         1.1       1.1  
  United States    101        97       11.7     11.8  
  Mexico      26        25         1.8       1.8  
  Argentina      50        51         2.6       2.2  
  Brazil    145      143         6.1       6.1  
  European Union      854      844       7.8       7.6  
  Eastern Europe      13        12         1.44     1.34
  Russia      32        28         2.3       2.0  
  Ukraine      14        12         0.9       0.9  
  Australia      26        25         1.9       1.9  
  India    303      307         1.4       1.6  
  China    147      NA5       5.4       5.8  
  Hogs   Pork
World total4    937      956       81.7     86.6  
  Canada      12        12         1.3       1.3  
  United States      61        62         7.8       8.5  
  Mexico      11        11         0.9       1.0  
  European Union    1204    1194     16.2     16.8  
  Eastern Europe      36        37         4.24     4.84
  Russia      17        17         1.6       1.4  
  Ukraine      10        10         0.7       0.7  
  Japan      10        10         1.3       1.3  
  China    475      NA5     42.5     44.0  
  Taiwan       8         7         1.0       0.9  
  Poultry meat
World total4    . . .      . . .       59.9     61.4  
  United States    . . .      . . .       15.0     15.1  
  Mexico    . . .      . . .         1.6       1.7  
  Brazil    . . .      . . .         4.6       4.6  
  European Union    . . .      . . .         8.2       8.4  
  Eastern Europe    . . .      . . .         1.7       1.7  
  Russia    . . .      . . .         0.6       0.6  
  Ukraine    . . .      . . .         0.2       0.2  
  Japan    . . .      . . .         1.2       1.2  
  China    . . .      . . .       11.2     11.7  
  Sheep, goat meat
World total4    . . .      . . .       11.1     11.3  
  All meat
Total4    . . .      . . .     215.3   220.4  
See as table:
      1Preliminary.

      2Forecast.

      3Livestock numbers at year's end.

      4UN Food and Agriculture Organization, December 1998.

      5Not available.

        Sources: Country data: U.S. Department of Agriculture,
  December 1998; world totals: FAO, December 1998.

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Table
Table V. Livestock Inventories and Meat Production in Major Producing Countries
In 000,000 head and 000,000 metric tons (carcass weight)
 
Region and country 19961 19972   1996 19971
  Cattle and buffalo3   Beef and veal
World total . . . . . .   56.9 57.6
  Canada   13   13     1.0   1.0
  United States 101   99   11.6 11.5
  Mexico   27   26     1.8   1.8
  Argentina   52   50     2.6   2.6
  Brazil 144 146     6.2   6.0
  European Union   83   82     7.8   7.6
  Eastern Europe4   13   13     1.0   1.0
  Russia   36   34     2.6   2.3
  Ukraine   15   14     1.2   0.9
  Australia   26   26     1.6   1.7
  India 277 279     1.3   1.3
  China 140 147     4.9   5.4
  Hogs   Pork
World total . . . . . .   86.9 91.4
  Canada   12   12     1.2   1.3
  United States   56   60     7.8   7.7
  Mexico   10   10     0.9   0.9
  European Union 117 113   16.2 16.0
  Eastern Europe5   37   37     3.5   3.4
  Russia   19   17     1.7   1.5
  Ukraine   11   10     0.8   0.8
  Japan   10   10     1.3   1.3
  China 457 475   40.4 42.5
  Taiwan   11    7     1.3   1.0
  Poultry meat
World total . . . . . .   58.4 62.6
  United States . . . . . .   14.5 15.0
  Mexico . . . . . .     1.6   1.7
  Brazil . . . . . .     4.3   4.4
  European Union . . . . . .     8.1   8.3
  Eastern Europe6 . . . . . .     1.1   1.1
  Russia . . . . . .     0.7   0.7
  Ukraine . . . . . .     0.2   0.2
  Japan . . . . . .     1.2   1.2
  China . . . . . .   10.7 12.5
  Sheep, goat meat
World total . . . . . .   11.1 11.5
  All meat
Total . . . . . .   217.3 227.2
See as table:

      1Preliminary.

      2Forecast.

      3Livestock numbers at year's end.

      4Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Poland, and Romania.

      5Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Romania.

      6Hungary, Poland, and Romania.

        Sources: Country data: USDA, November 1997; world totals: FAO, July-September 1997.

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