Livestock and Products Semi-annual

An Expert's View about Animal Husbandry and Support Services in Russia

Posted on: 24 Mar 2012

Russia’s WTO market access commitments for beef and pork should lead to expanding consumption in 2012.

THIS REPORT CONTAINS ASSESSMENTS OF COMMODITY AND TRADE ISSUES MADE BY USDA STAFF AND NOT NECESSARILY STATEMENTS OF OFFICIAL U.S. GOVERNMENT POLICY Required Report - public distribution Date: 3/8/2012 GAIN Report Number: RS1213 Russian Federation Livestock and Products Semi-annual WTO Commitments Spur Beef and Pork Consumption Growth Approved By: Scott Reynolds Prepared By: Morgan Haas, Mikhail Maksimenko Report Highlights: Russia?s WTO market access commitments for beef and pork should lead to expanding consumption in 2012 as import substitution practices via the TRQ were undone at the end of 2011. Meanwhile, African Swine Fever outbreaks continue unabated, and Russian restrictions on EU live swine trade adds to the list of SPS barriers Russia continues to impose on foreign suppliers prior to its WTO commitments coming into force. Russia?s openness toward increasing Belarus meat supplies remains stable but may be growing tenuous. Summary Cattle and Beef Cattle inventories ended 2011 surprisingly higher than expected after a dismal 2010. However, significant volatility in the monthly cow estimates lends this number to future revision. Combined with high price inflation in 2011, lower imports cut deeply into consumption. FAS/Moscow expects the typical cuts in beef consumption to reverse trend as Russia?s WTO Accession provides significantly better access to beef through better tariff-rate quotas (TRQ), a reformed high-quality beef definition, and reforming sanitary regulation. Increased TRQ access for the United States, in particular, represents a large opportunity for U.S. beef exports to expand market share in the immediate future. Table 1a. Russia: Cattle Numbers, 1,000 Head Animal Numbers, 2010 2011 2012 Cattle Market Year Begin: Jan 2010 Market Year Begin: Jan 2011 Market Year Begin: Jan 2012 Russia U S D A Official New Post USDA Official New Post USDA Official New Post Total Cattle Beg. Stks 20,677 20,677 20,000 19,970 19,600 19,750 Dairy Cows Beg. Stocks 8,858 8,858 8,770 8,650 8,680 8,580 Beef Cows Beg. Stocks 171 171 190 200 210 250 Production (Calf Crop) 6,952 6,952 6,940 6,800 6,845 6,800 Total Imports 38 38 55 95 55 100 Total Supply 27,667 27,667 26,995 26,865 26,500 26,650 Total Exports 1 1 1 1 1 1 Other Slaughter 7,211 7,221 7,044 6,840 6,920 6,740 Total Slaughter 7,211 7,221 7,044 6,840 6,920 6,740 Loss 455 475 350 274 350 339 Ending Inventories 20,000 19,970 19,600 19,750 19,229 19,570 Total Distribution 27,667 27,667 26,995 26,865 26,500 26,650 NOTE: Official USDA data is available at http://www.fas.usda.gov/psdonlineonline Table 1b. Russia: Beef and Veal Production, Supply & Distribution, 1,000 MT CWE M 2010 2011 2012 eat, B Market Year Begin: Jan Market Year Begin: Jan Market Year Begin: Jan eef and Veal 2010 2011 2012 Russia USDA Official New Post USDA Official New Post USDA Official New Post Slaughter (Reference) 7,211 7,221 7,044 6,840 6,920 6,740 Production 1,435 1,435 1,405 1,360 1,385 1,340 Total Imports 1,020 1,020 1,050 950 1,060 1,000 Total Supply 2,455 2,455 2,455 2,310 2,445 2,340 Total Exports 5 5 4 4 4 4 Human Dom. Cons. 2,450 2,450 2,451 2,306 2,441 2,336 Total Dom. Cons. 2,450 2,450 2,451 2,306 2,441 2,336 Total Distribution 2,455 2,455 2,455 2,310 2,445 2,340 NOTE: Official USDA data is available at http://www.fas.usda.gov/psdonlineonline Swine and Pork Pork production in 2012 is expected to increase on slightly better than anticipated results in 2011. While production continues to grow, it simultaneously remains held back by African Swine Fever, especially among vulnerable private households and increasingly out-dated agricultural enterprises. Increased live swine and pork imports in 2012 as compared to the previous estimate reflect better market access ? related to both better TRQs and future sanitary commitments per Russia?s WTO Accession. Russia?s has taken recent action to restrict live hog trade from the European Union, but such actions should also be resolved no later than WTO Accession. Russia?s widespread restrictions against Brazilian pork in 2011 have been mostly maintained and will continue to create opportunities for alternative suppliers such as Canada as well as the European Union and the United States, especially since Russia eliminated country-specific quota allocations at the beginning of the year. A wild card for 2012 will be whether Russia continues to allow Belarus to export pork in excess of agreed bilateral volumes. Table 2a. Russia: Swine Numbers, 1,000 Head 2010 2011 2012 Animal Numbers, Swine M Rus arket Year Begin: Jan 2010 Market Year Begin: Jan 2011 Market Year Begin: Jan 2012 sia USDA Official New Post USDA Official New Post USDA Official New Post Total Beginning Stocks 17,236 17,236 17,200 17,231 17,545 17,330 Sow Beginning Stocks 2,130 2,130 2,150 2,150 2,225 2,225 Production (Pig Crop) 29,472 29,472 30,225 30,650 31,500 32,000 Total Imports 728 728 800 670 810 775 Total Supply 47,436 47,436 48,225 48,551 49,855 50,105 Total Exports 1 1 1 1 1 1 Other Slaughter 28,339 28,304 28,875 29,415 29,890 30,824 Total Slaughter 28,339 28,304 28,875 29,415 29,890 30,824 Loss 1,896 1,900 1,804 1,805 1,809 1,850 Ending Inventories 17,200 17,231 17,545 17,330 18,155 17,430 Total Distribution 47,436 47,436 48,225 48,551 49,855 50,105 NOTE: Official USDA data is available at http://www.fas.usda.gov/psdonlineonline Table 2b. Russia: Pork Production, Supply & Distribution, 1,000 MT CWE M 2010 2011 2012 eat, Market Year Begin: Jan 2010 Market Year Begin: Jan 2011 Market Year Begin: Jan 2012 Swine Russia USDA Official New Post USDA Official New Post USDA Official New Post Slaughter (Reference) 28,339 28,304 28,875 29,415 29,890 30,824 Production 1,920 1,920 1,965 1,995 2,020 2,100 Other Imports 880 880 930 930 700 900 Total Imports 880 880 930 930 700 900 Total Supply 2,800 2,800 2,895 2,925 2,720 3,000 Other Exports 1 1 1 1 1 1 Total Exports 1 1 1 1 1 1 Human Dom. Cons. 2,799 2,799 2,894 2,924 2,719 2,999 Total Dom. Cons. 2,799 2,799 2,894 2,924 2,719 2,999 Ending Stocks 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total Distribution 2,800 2,800 2,895 2,925 2,720 3,000 NOTE: Official USDA data is available at http://www.fas.usda.gov/psdonlineonline Production: Cattle and Beef Cattle Inventory FAS/Moscow increased its 2012 cattle and cow inventories following Russia?s state statistical service (Rosstat) release of 2011 year-end figures; however, as opposed to the official statistics, FAS/Moscow and industry experts remain confident both cattle and cow stocks fell in 2011. In 2011, Russian official inventories correlate substantially less than normal when compared to other statistics, such as milk production. Furthermore, uncharacteristically large month-to-month changes in the second half of Russian cow inventories, especially a 1.1% increase in cow stocks from November to December, instills less confidence in current official statistics. Stocks held at private households are known to be difficult to accurately count, and there is no logical conclusion for their increase with a corresponding decrease at agricultural establishments. It can be expected that Russia?s state program to develop dairy farms led to larger cattle and cow stocks at farms as Rosstat reported. The Ministry of Agriculture reported the pedigree beef cow herd reached 131,100 head in 2010 and 140,200 head in 2011. Market experts expect the total will reach 200,000 head in 2012. The expansion of the beef cow herd will closely track with the development of Russia?s selected beef investment projects, including the largest Russian such project? Bryansk Meat Company, a subsidiary of Russia?s largest pork producer, Miratorg. Agricultural establishments account for virtually the entire pedigree cow herd, and pedigree stocks account for approximately 60% of the beef cow herd in Russia. Russia cited the largest increases in 2011 year-end cattle inventories in the Southern and North Caucus Federal Districts as well as admitted decreases in the Central, Northwest, Volga, and Ural Federal Districts. There remains more than market forces driving cattle inventories. At a recent Russian conference far from Moscow, one participant noted the regional Governor threatened to punish any producer who would slaughter even one cow. Cattle Imports Imports of live cattle in 2011 reached record highs, supported by demand in both the dairy and beef sectors. Expectations for 2012 remain similar to 2011 with upside as domestic support is pegged to increase substantially. Beef Production Beef production continues to be a by-product of the Russian dairy industry?s profitability. Better than expected year-end cattle inventories resulted from significantly less kills and thus less beef production in 2011. For 2012, FAS/Moscow expects inventory and production to return to the long-term downward trend line. According to Rosstat, beef production decreased 5.3% to 3,053.1 MMT live weight in 2011 from 2,891.2 MMT live weight in 2010. Domestic Support Both the beef and dairy industry receive 100% subsidized interest rates for the development of new, modernized, and reconstructed facilities. In 2011, a decision by Prime Minister Putin awarded a RUR5 billion ($167 million) subsidy to regions that did not reduce the total cattle inventories in 2010. As reported, 29-30 of the 80 regions received this support at RUR1,300-1,500/cow. The Ministry of Agriculture pointed out the region of Tatarstan was due to receive RUR320 million ($11 million) from this measure. There is no indication a similar subsidy will be declared in 2012. Production: Swine and Pork Swine Inventory FAS/Moscow has lowered its expectation of 2012 swine inventory growth to 1.0% on some producers? less bullish outlook following WTO Accession. A lower estimate for 2012 ending inventory of 17,500 head also reflects lower than expected ending inventories in 2011, which grew only 0.6% on the year. While overall growth in inventories was again slow in 2011, the trend of shifting inventories from households to agricultural enterprises continued. Agricultural enterprises grew at 5.5% while private households shrunk by 6.0%. Farmer-held inventories, while small, shrank by almost 20%. If the trend holds unabated by changing market conditions, ending inventories would be set to grow 1.1% by the end of 2012. State support remains concentrated at promoting industrial pork production at agricultural enterprises while ongoing African Swine Fever outbreaks and control programs continue to cut down household inventories. Swine Imports The largest concern of the domestic swine industry regarding WTO Accession is potentially resurgent import levels of live hogs from Europe after the tariff falls from 40% back to 5% in mid-2012. The tariff was last at 5% in 2009 when Russia imported 1.2 million head. Russia is considering renegotiating a higher tariff immediately upon joining the WTO in anticipation of increased imports in the second half of 2012. Russia has also suggested it will be prepared to use the WTO safeguard mechanism to protect against import surges. On March 2, 2012, Russia took steps to immediately curb such EU live swine imports by restricting them for alleged veterinary health concerns. Considering such a measure could be seen as inconsistent with Russia?s WTO commitments upon Accession, FAS/Moscow?s forecast assumes live swine trade resumes no later than upon WTO Accession. Pre-Accession trade is estimated at roughly 55-60,000 head per month. Post-Accession trade is estimated at 100,000 head per month. Aside from finished hog trade, imported breeding stock is gaining in importance. For the first time in recent history in 2011, U.S. companies worked around European transit barriers to export breeding swine to Russia. Non-EU suppliers of breeding swine also include Canada. Pork Production According to the Rosstat, live-weight pork production increased 3.6% in 2011 over 2010. Agricultural establishments increased output by 9.4% as a result of continued state-support for the construction of new facilities and modernization of existing facilities. The Russian Union of Swine Breeders (RUSB) reported the top-10 largest companies produced 717,000 MT of pork in 2011, which is 100,000 MT or 16% more than the top-10 in 2010. The three largest producers: Agro Holding Miratorg, OOO "GK Agro-Belogorye, and Cherkizovo Group produced 144,800 MT (7.7% of Russian pork production), 106,000 MT (5.7%), and 101,200 MT (5.4%) in 2011. The Ministry of Agriculture estimates slaughter-weight1 pork production will increase 100,000 MT (or 4.4%) to 2.4 MMT in 2012 over 2011. RUSB forecasts that Russia will increase pork production by 8.2% to reach 2.6 MMT in slaughter weight in 2012 and 7.8% in 2013. While WTO Accession may be causing new projects to undergo further deliberation, much of the production gains expected in 2012 and 2013 will come from the implementation of projects already launched. Domestic Support While Russia?s top producers state their operations will continue to be successful after WTO Accession, RUSB has been very vocal petitioning for increased domestic support to counter alleged potential losses caused by WTO Accession. RUSB believes Russian pork producers will lose RUR20 billion ($667 million) from WTO Accession and proposes the GOR allocate this sum annually to subsidize pork production. Their claims point out that 85% of Russia?s pork facilities remain inefficient and combined with private households, account for 54% of pork production. Nonetheless, support when provided to date continues to be funneled to the aforementioned, successful and expanding agricultural enterprises. Given Russia?s WTO Accession commitments on domestic support allow it to double its total trade-distorting expenditures and initial estimates suggest such support will grow from roughly $4 billion in 2011 to $5.5 billion in 2012, it is quite likely Russian producer confidence, if shaken, can and will be restored. The Russian pork sector is likely to be a large beneficiary of any increase in Russian domestic support. Earlier in 2011, Russia approved and allocated RUR9.0 billion ($300 million) in subsides to support poultry and pork producers as compensation for increased feed costs in 2011. African Swine Fever (ASF) In 2011, ASF continued its tear throughout European Russia, from the Caucus Mountains to the Article Circle. According to a presentation by a Deputy Head of VPSS in late 2011, ASF was registered among domestic pigs in 36 stations in 11 regions while it was revealed among wild boars in 5 regions of the country. At the time of reporting, Volgograd, Nizhniy Novgorod, Arkhangelsk, Tver, Murmansk, and Kursk regions had all registered their first-ever cases of ASF in 2011. VPSS specified the North-Caucasus Federal District and South Federal District as an endemic unfavorable zone for ASF and considered ASF detections in the other locations as single cases resulting from transportation of infectious materials outside the endemic zone. Since the presentation, first-ever outbreaks have additionally been found in the regions of Voronezh, Ivanovo, Saratov, and Karelia. The outbreak in Ivanovo was nicknamed the ?biological bomb.? 1 Accordin to Rosstat methodology , slaughter weight is the weight of the carcass, including raw fat and offal of categories I and II used for food (tongue, liver, kidney, heart, udder, iris, etc.). Slaughter yield coefficients vary from 49% in sheep and goats; 58% on average for cattle, up to 77% for pigs, and about 80% for poultry. To calculate livestock and poultry production for slaughter output coefficient of meat, fat and offal weight are used, established on the basis of data provided by the processing organizations in the form of federal state statistical observation. Information on these groups of animals for agricultural producers exists but is not publicly available. According to the Deputy Head, the main reason for the wide spread of ASF is mismanagement by the local veterinary services during outbreaks, which are not following Ministry of Agriculture instructions, including: absent isolation of pigs at farms, lack of accounting for local livestock numbers and locations, delays in imposing quarantine, deficiency of veterinary drugs for stamping-out in the first quarantine zone, and improper disposal of carcasses. The Deputy Head?s forecast for 2012 was very negative, indicating a new wave of ASF expansion would hit the center of European Russia. In February, VPSS established a new commission, which has since shut-down select Russian facilities found to be in violation with veterinary regulations. Starting March 1, 2012, private households in the Krasnodar region were prohibited to raise more than three pigs for finishing as well as their access to wild animals and birds. Implementation of the new rules is likely to be difficult; however, the local authorities continue promising to help pork farmers develop alternative livestock production. According to official local statistics, 46 cases of ASF were recorded in the region during the previous four years ? 91,000 thousand animals were destroyed and compensation to producers from the regional budget totaled RUR428 million ($14.3 million). In January 2012, 30,736 pigs were destroyed after ASF was found in a Kransnodar commercial herd. In February 2012, the Head of Russia?s Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance Service (VPSS) estimated 240,000 pigs had been destroyed throughout Russia in the past three years. In 2011, Russia reported exports of raw pork from the regions of Kransnodar, Kamchatka, and Murmansk as well as the city of Moscow. The pork was destined for the disputed Georgian territory of Abkhazia, Panama, Belize, and Norway. Russia also reported exports of live swine from the Stavropol region to Georgia and from an undisclosed region to Mongolia. Russian exports of pork and live swine to its Customs Union partners of Belarus and Kazakhstan are not reported. Trade Beef Beef imports in 2012 remain poised to eclipse a new record with continued reductions in domestic production and new market access conditions upon WTO Accession. Most significantly, WTO access provides an additional 10,000 MT of TRQ volume for fresh/chilled beef and a reformed definition of high-quality beef that focuses on quality rather than price. Following WTO Accession, high-quality beef, as defined by Russia?s WTO commitments will be provided quota-free access at 15% duty. Currently, such an exception is provided only to beef imported at ?8/kg. Furthermore, Russia will be committed to eliminating non-science-based sanitary barriers. In 2012, Russia did make significant TRQ allocation adjustments for frozen beef, without changing the overall total. This resulted in the U.S. allocation increasing from 41,700 MT to 60,000 MT, a new 3,000 MT allocation for Costa Rica, and an offsetting reduction to ?other countries?. Costa Rica does not yet have a negotiated veterinary certificate for export to Russia or an approved list of beef facilities. Beef imports in 2011 from non-Customs Union partners decreased 3.5% by volume (11.2% by value) to 605,000 MT (847,000 MT CWE). Brazil?s export capacity was reduced a small extent by Russian restrictions on its processing facilities. While remaining the dominant supplier, in total, imports from Brazil were again lower in 2011, totaling 224,000 MT. Uruguay, Paraguay, and Argentina also reduced supply. Supplies increased from the European Union, Australia, the United States, and Mexico. Increased U.S. sales were in response to an increased TRQ allocation as compared to 2010. Imports into Russia?s Special Economic Zones of Kaliningrad and Magadan fell in total by 11,000 MT. Also, TRQ- exempt beef from Ukraine totaled 12,000 MT. Rosstat reported Belarus exported Russia 21.6% less beef by volume and 5.8% more by value ? 98,200 MT and $491,100 respectively. Pork Pork import prospects in 2012 are much improved from last fall when the then-set TRQ quantities for 2012 were significantly lower. However, the combined 2012 TRQ quantity for pork and trimmings at 430,000 MT still remains below the 500,000 MT of access provided in 2011. Russia?s commitments to eliminate non-science-based sanitary barriers by its WTO Accession have specific benefits for pork trade. Harmonization with Codex Alimentarius standards on tetracycline-group antibiotic residues would help to eliminate one of the tools Russia has used to restrict foreign supply and stir volatility in pork trade. Such reforms should assist but are unlikely to singlehandedly assure Brazil?s attempts to regain substantial pork access. In 2011, pork imports from non-Customs Union partners increased 3.7% by volume (11.5% by value) to reach 682,000 MT (886,000 MT CWE). The European Union remained the largest supplier and increased trade 47,000 MT. EU gains were led by an additional 26,000 MT of pork destined for the Special Economic Zone of Kaliningrad. Simultaneously, 2011 was a tumultuous year for Brazil as Russia maintained a near ban on Brazilian pork, ultimately reducing pork sourced from Brazil by 91,000 MT. In the spring following plant audits, Russia restricted virtually all Brazil?s pork slaughterhouses and held this position through the end of the year. In the fall, Russia?s interest in Brazil?s use of ractopamine in swine feed has been seen as prolonging the resumption of their trade. Canada did well to pick up the lost Brazilian sales, increasing sales from 67,000 MT in 2010 to 112,000 MT in 2011. The remaining gap also allowed Chile to increase trade. Limited by a country-specific TRQ allocation, U.S. sales were constant at just under 60,000 MT. Non-quota pork from Ukraine appeared from nowhere to reach 13,000 MT. Belarus reports pork exports to Russia totaled $187 million in 2011, indicating Belarusian pork exports far exceeded agreed levels. [Note: According to market experts, Belarus was on target to export 270,000 MT of meat and poultry to Russia in 2012 ? 10,000 MT more compared to 2011.] Consumption Consumption of meat and poultry are all well positioned to increase in 2012 as well as into the near future with the coming of WTO commitments on market access paired with a high domestic support ceiling. Both components should help ease annual price inflation of animal protein and increase consumption. Russia?s Ministry of Health Order #593 of 2010 recommends 70-75 kg per capita consumption of meat, poultry, and offal, including 25 kg of beef, 1.0 kg of sheep meat, 14 kg of pork, and 30.0 kg of poultry. Rosstat reported Russia was close to the recommended norms in 2010. Beef High price inflation, especially for beef stymied its consumption in 2011. While increasing prices are unlikely to subside in 2012, FAS/Moscow believes increased market access provides room for growth, but we may not yet see a return to 2010 levels. Pork FAS/Moscow increased the 2012 forecast for pork consumption by 10% compared to the previous forecast and 2.6% over 2011 due to an improved outlook for domestic production in the immediate future and significantly better market access. Production Tables Table 3. Russia: Construction of New Establishments 2000 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Cattle, head 102.8 27.5 59.8 153.3 114.8 96.7 111.1 Swine, head 30.2 60.7 193.6 810.1 894.7 783.7 603.3 Sheep, head 9.6 6.2 18.3 26.8 5.8 9.6 6.3 Egg layers, 1,000 head 36.0 1150 715.0 1149 1165 1693 702.7 Broilers, million head 0.04 8.9 35.0 61.4 85.7 70.8 122.5 Feed meal 0.06 0.2 0.08 2.0 0.7 0.6 0.8 Source: Rosstat Table 4. Russia: New and Renovated Beef Cattle Feedlot Establishments, 2009-2011 Total Central North- Southern North- Volga Urals Siberia Far West Caucasus East New Farms --Number of 174 10 4 68 7 12 1 57 15 Farms --Herd Size, 59,470 12,177 100 12,420 1,400 1,847 0 27,787 3,739 Head --Production, 9,523 1,752 0 N/D 350 337 0 2,815 414 MT Live Weight --Number of 57,786 16034 0 12,180 2,800 6,710 0 15,757 4,205 Stables, Head Renovated Farms --Number of 61 4 10 0 23 17 0 7 0 Farms --Increased 7,567 100 190 0 2,917 1,843 0 2,517 0 Herd Size, Head --Increased 876 15 101 0 129 229 0 403 0 Production, MT Live Weight --Number of 10,234 100 1,316 0 3,517 2,870 0 2,540 0 Stables, Head Source: Ministry of Agriculture Presentation at AgroFarm 2012 Table 5. Russia: Selected Investment Projects, January 1 ? October 24, 2011 Number of Projects Projected Capacity Loan Value, million RUR Meat, Dairy, and Egg Production Poultry 43 1,563.9 34,272 (1,000 MT/Million Eggs) Egg 18 1,561.8 1,793 Pork 64 591.0 44,431 Beef 11 4.6 236 Dairy 136 655.1 8,961 Beef/Dairy 4 3.1 213 Rabbit 3 0.5 102 Goat 1 0.4 21 Sheep 2 0.2 31 Livestock Improvement Cattle 73 40.7 2,823 (1,000 Head) Swine 6 36.6 631 Sheep 1 1.2 3 Total 362 N/A 93,517 Source: Ministry of Agriculture Table 5. Russia: Results of New, Modernized, and Reconstructed Establishments in 2011 Number of Projects Production, Jan-Sep 2011 1,000 MT Swine 45 13.6 Poultry 31 53.9 Beef 20 1.0 Dairy 107 56.5 Total 203 n/a Source: Ministry of Agriculture Table 6. Livestock Crops and Losses at Agricultural Enterprises 2000 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Crop per 100 female --Calves (from cows) 77 76 78 77 77 77 76 --Piglets (from tested sows) 1,155 1,695 1,824 1,754 2,043 2,255 2278 Loses to herd turn over, % --Cattle 3.0 2.6 2.5 2.6 2.3 2.2 2.4 --Pigs 11.3 10.0 10.7 12.2 11.7 11.2 11.4 Source: Rosstat Table 7. Russia: Federal Plans for Beef Development 2008 2009 2010 Number of beef cattle farms, 1,000 0.36 0.42 0.48 Including beef cattle cow farms, 1,000 0.31 0.37 0.44 -Beef cows number, million 0.2 0.3 0.5 -Cattle for slaughter, million 8.5 8.3 8.2 Average pre slaughter weight, kg 351 358 363 Production of beef and veal, MMT 1.7 1.7 1.7 Beef consumption, kg per capita 12.5 12.1 12.1 Source: Ministry of Agriculture, State Program for Beef Breeding in Russia Table 9. Russia: Meat and Poultry Production, 1,000 MT Slaughter Weight Total Beef Pork Sheep and Goat Meat Poultry 1992 8,260 3,632 2,784 329 1,428 1995 5,796 2,734 1,865 261 859 2000 4,446 1,898 1,578 140 768 2005 4,990 1,809 1,569 154 1,388 2006 5,278 1,722 1,699 156 1,632 2007 5,790 1,699 1,930 168 1,925 2008 6,268 1,769 2,042 174 2,217 2009 6,719 1,741 2,170 183 2,555 2010 7,088 1,707 2,301 188 2,824 Source: Rosstat Table 8. Russia: Major Pork Producers Name of the Region 2010 2011 manufacturer Production, % of Total Production, % of Total 1,000 MT Industrial 1,000 MT live Industrial live weight Production weight Production Agroholding Holding Belgorod 130.6 7.2 144.8 7.7 Miratorg OOO "GK Agro- Belgorod 99.0 5.4 106.0 5.7 Belogorye CHERKIZOVO Russia 91.6 5.0 101.2 5.4 GROUP OOO "Prodo Russia 77.4 4.2 72.2 3.8 Management" GK ?Rusagro?, GC Belgorod 61.9 3.4 63.0 3.4 OAO Belgorod bacon ZAO Agrarnaya Grupa Russia 45.0 2.6 61.1 3.3 KoPitaniya LLC Russia 43.5 2.4 60.2 3.2 GK KOMOS Udmurtiya 26.3 1.4 39.0 2.1 Grup"Vostochniy" OJSC JSC "Exima" Russia 37.4 2.0 36.2 1.9 OOO APK Don Russia 33.9 1.8 GK Ostankino, JSC Moscow 27.3 1.5 29.5 1.6 Troparevo Agrofirma Ariant OJSC Chelyabinsk 24.5 1.3 Kamskiy Bacon OJSC Tatarstan 23.8 1.3 26.7 1.4 Belgrankorm LLC Belgorod 23.0 1.3 23.0 1.2 PERM pig OJSC Perm 21.5 1.2 20.6 1.1 Doronichev Agro Belgorod 18.6 1.0 20.6 1.1 Company JSC SPK Zvenigovsky Belgorod 18.5 1.0 21.1 1.1 OJSC UK Rapt LLC Rostov 18.0 1.0 16.9 0.9 Rurik-Agro LLC Leningrad 15.4 0.8 18.5 1.0 SHPK "Chistogorsky" Kemerovo 17.0 0.9 17.6 0.9 LLC ZAO Talina Mordovia n.d. n.d. 17.1 0.9 MPZ Prom agro Belgorod n.d. n.d. 16.5 0.9 UK BPK LLC Belgorod 17.7 1.0 16.0 0.9 Source: The National Union of Pork Producers, Table 10. Russia: Average Farm-gate Prices, RUR/MT 2000 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Cattle 14,142 34,003 39,235 41,762 45,641 54,371 55,951 Swine 20,152 50,420 51,821 49,051 60,988 69,263 69,748 Sheep and goat 12,009 29,199 30,356 33,647 37,571 42,043 45,174 Poultry 20,481 40,813 39,822 43,350 45,075 54,230 52,966 Source: Rosstat Table 11. Russia: Official Ending Year and Calculated Ending Month Cattle Inventories, Million Head Source: Rosstat Table 12. Russia: Official Ending Year and Calculated Ending Month Cow Inventories, Million Head Source: Rosstat Table 13. Russia: Official Ending Year and Calculated Ending Month Swine Inventories, Million Head Source: Rosstat Table 14. Russia: End-of-Year Cattle Inventory, 1,000 Head All Types Ag Enterprises Farms Households 2011/1 2011/1 2011/1 2011/1 2010 2011 2010 2011 2010 2011 2010 2011 0 0 0 0 RUSSIAN FEDERATIO 19970. 20069. 9258. 9155. 1475. 1656. 9235. 9257. N 0 4 100.5 6 2 98.9 7 6 112.3 6 6 100.2 CENTRAL FEDERAL 2020. 2023. DISTRICT 2867.7 2843.9 99.2 3 3 100.2 101.7 116.6 114.6 745.7 703.9 94.4 Belgorod region 247.3 235.3 95.2 164.7 157.6 95.7 11.5 13.8 120.3 71.1 63.9 89.9 Bryansk region 182.2 212.7 116.8 135.1 162.7 120.4 11.6 15.2 131.6 35.5 34.8 98 Vladimir Region 140.0 145.2 103.7 128.0 133.6 104.4 1.9 2.3 121.0 10.0 9.3 92.2 Voronezh Region 367.6 386.2 105.1 206.5 223.0 108.0 12.5 15.3 122.3 148.5 148 99.6 Ivanovo region 81.5 76.1 93.4 62.0 57.6 92.8 2.8 3.5 124.8 16.7 15 90.2 Kaluga region 130.5 131.3 100.6 114.5 114.8 100.3 3.8 4.3 112.4 12.2 12.2 100 Kostroma region 69.8 66.8 95.7 53.1 51.5 97.0 1.5 2.2 144.2 15.1 13 86.1 Kursk region 204.6 199.5 97.5 112.0 111.6 99.7 8.6 9.8 114.7 84.0 78 92.9 Lipetsk region 145.9 143.1 98.1 88.2 88.3 100.1 5.5 5.8 105.1 52.1 49 94.1 Moscow region 276.3 260.2 94.2 258.5 243.0 94.0 2.9 3.5 119.4 14.9 13.7 91.7 Orel Region 139.6 135.3 97 93.7 92.8 99.0 5.4 4.7 87.8 40.5 37.9 93.5 Ryazan Region 180.4 177.3 98.3 152.2 151.1 99.3 2.2 2.2 98.6 26.0 24 92.3 Smolensk region 138.9 141.2 101.7 104.0 106.1 102.0 8.1 9.1 112.0 26.8 26.1 97.3 Tambov region 146.0 143.9 98.6 30.1 29.3 97.3 9.0 12.2 135.9 106.9 102.4 95.8 Tver region 171.7 157.5 91.8 125.4 117.3 93.5 9.2 7.5 81.7 37.1 32.8 88.4 Tula Region 105.7 100.9 95.5 75.2 73.1 97.2 3.0 3.1 102.9 27.5 24.7 89.9 Yaroslavl Region 139.8 131.2 93.8 116.8 109.9 94.1 2.2 2.0 91.3 20.8 19.2 92.6 NORTHWEST FEDERAL DISTRICT 718.9 697.1 97 571.3 556.5 97.4 28.8 29.6 102.8 118.8 111 93.4 The Republic of Karelia 28.2 25.7 90.9 21.6 19.4 89.8 1.1 1.1 98.7 5.5 5.1 93.9 The Republic of Komi 38.7 37.8 97.7 20.4 20.3 99.8 4.1 4.9 118.8 14.2 12.6 88.6 Arkhangelsk Region 56.9 54.3 95.5 37.1 36.3 97.8 7.3 6.7 91.6 12.5 11.3 90.6 Vologda Region 196.7 185.7 94.4 171.2 161.9 94.6 7.5 7.6 100.4 18.0 16.2 90.2 The Kaliningrad region 61.6 61.5 99.9 31.4 31.9 101.7 2.5 2.5 99.7 27.6 27 97.8 Leningrad Region 176.8 179.1 101.3 163.8 166.1 101.4 2.0 2.3 111.5 10.9 10.7 98.1 The Murmansk region 7.8 7.8 100.1 7.1 7.1 99.9 0.5 0.5 99.0 0.2 0.2 106.9 Novgorod region 45.1 43 95.5 31.7 29.3 92.4 2.1 2.4 115.3 11.3 11.3 100.7 Pskov Region 107.3 102.3 95.4 86.9 84.1 96.8 1.6 1.7 105.4 18.8 16.5 88.1 SOUTHERN FEDERAL 1180. 1255. DISTRICT 2324.1 2447.2 105.3 747.9 736.0 98.4 395.6 456.1 115.3 5 1 106.3 Republic of Adygea 49.2 49.2 100 7.1 5.5 76.7 3.1 3.5 111.7 38.9 40.2 103.3 Republic of Kalmykia 496.9 565 113.7 103.2 102.2 99.1 222.3 240.6 108.2 171.4 222.2 129.7 Krasnodar region 649.1 633.1 97.5 440.2 431.5 98.0 32.9 34.4 104.5 176.0 167.2 95 Astrakhan Region 243.9 262.8 107.7 15.1 15.6 103.7 62.9 79.5 126.4 166.0 167.6 101 The Volgograd Region 315.9 339.3 107.4 49.2 51.0 103.5 16.9 38.8 229.2 249.8 249.5 99.9 Rostov Region 569.1 597.9 105.1 133.1 130.1 97.7 57.4 59.4 103.4 378.5 408.4 107.9 NORTH CAUCASUS FEDERAL 1662. 1651. DISTRICT 2126.3 2205.6 103.7 282.3 328.4 116.3 181.7 225.3 124.0 2 9 99.4 Republic of Dagestan 881.9 909.7 103.1 98.2 105.8 107.7 59.4 77.2 129.9 724.2 726.6 100.3 Republic of Ingushetia 60.1 55.8 92.8 1.3 1.4 109.8 12.8 11.1 86.9 46.0 43.2 93.9 Kabardino- Balkaria 243.9 265.1 108.7 30.9 41.5 134.3 24.5 39.6 161.8 188.6 184 97.6 Karachay- Cherkess Republic 217.1 235.8 108.6 18.9 36.4 192.9 33.0 40.0 121.2 165.2 159.3 96.4 Republic of North Ossetia- Alania 138.4 138.9 100.4 15.2 20.1 132.6 8.6 8.7 101.0 114.6 110.1 96.1 The Chechen Republic 210.7 221.4 105.1 7.1 7.8 110.6 17.5 22.6 129.6 186.2 190.9 102.6 Stavropol Territory 374.2 379 101.3 110.8 115.3 104.1 25.9 26.0 100.4 237.4 237.6 100.1 VOLGA FEDERAL 3250. 3116. 2533. 2557. DISTRICT 6143.0 6048.7 98.5 3 0 95.9 359.4 375.1 104.4 3 6 101 Republic of Bashkortostan 1299.3 1268.6 97.6 532.4 484.2 90.9 72.0 77.6 107.8 694.9 706.8 101.7 The Republic of Mari El 107.1 100.1 93.4 55.6 50.6 91.0 1.3 1.5 111.0 50.2 48 95.7 Republic of Mordovia 298.8 298.9 100 200.3 196.7 98.2 12.2 15.0 123.0 86.3 87.3 101.1 The Republic of Tatarstan 1124.6 1092.4 97.1 747.5 722.6 96.7 96.6 78.9 81.7 280.5 290.9 103.7 Udmurt Republic 377.2 363.4 96.4 301.4 289.0 95.9 13.2 13.9 105.6 62.6 60.4 96.6 Chuvash Republic 227.0 224.6 98.9 71.7 67.2 93.7 7.0 6.9 98.8 148.3 150.4 101.4 Perm 263.5 263.1 99.9 174.2 175.1 100.5 7.0 7.7 109.5 82.4 80.4 97.6 Kirov Region 273.5 259.9 95 230.1 222.3 96.6 3.8 4.0 107.2 39.7 33.5 84.6 Nizhny Novgorod region 324.5 315.5 97.2 239.8 234.1 97.6 15.7 18.6 118.5 69.0 62.8 91 Orenburg Region 651.4 655.4 100.6 331.1 318.1 96.1 35.3 39.6 112.2 285.1 297.7 104.4 Penza Region 292.7 287.7 98.3 117.2 106.9 91.2 12.8 14.0 109.5 162.7 166.8 102.5 Samara Region 202.9 212.8 104.9 86.5 89.0 102.9 14.8 21.8 147.3 101.6 102 100.4 Saratov Region 547.3 551.3 100.7 104.0 101.3 97.4 57.2 63.1 110.4 386.1 387 100.2 Ulyanovsk Region 153.2 155 101.2 58.5 58.9 100.6 10.7 12.7 118.8 84.0 83.5 99.4 URAL FEDERAL DISTRICT 1112.9 1084.5 97.5 552.4 540.6 97.9 51.2 54.7 106.9 509.3 489.3 96.1 Kurgan region 202.3 199.6 98.7 57.4 54.9 95.7 6.5 7.7 118.4 138.4 137 99 Sverdlovsk region 260.1 255.6 98.3 185.7 183.3 98.7 16.5 16.5 100.1 58.0 55.8 96.3 Tyumen Region 270.1 268.5 99.4 139.9 139.4 99.6 14.9 16.3 109.5 115.2 112.8 97.9 Chelyabinsk region 380.4 360.8 94.8 169.4 163.0 96.2 13.3 14.2 106.7 197.7 183.7 92.9 SIBERIAN FEDERAL 1711. 1724. 2240. 2245. DISTRICT 4219.8 4281.5 101.5 3 2 100.8 268.2 311.4 116.1 3 9 100.2 The Altai Republic 195.1 204 104.5 27.9 29.4 105.5 49.0 56.2 114.7 118.2 118.3 100.1 The Republic of Buryatia 363.1 399.7 110.1 54.2 57.4 106.1 36.6 48.9 133.7 272.3 293.3 107.7 Republic of Tyva 137.7 140.5 102.1 17.2 16.6 96.6 8.0 9.9 122.8 112.4 114 101.4 Republic of Khakassia 169.4 168.5 99.5 40.7 37.8 93.0 27.3 30.0 110.0 101.5 100.8 99.3 Altai Territory 900.2 902.1 100.2 454.9 462.8 101.7 31.2 34.9 112.0 414.1 404.4 97.7 Trans-Baikal Territory 441.5 456.2 103.3 55.9 58.5 104.6 35.5 45.6 128.7 350.2 352 100.5 Krasnoyarsk Territory 434.5 438 100.8 235.2 238.7 101.5 3.6 4.0 110.0 195.7 195.3 99.8 Irkutsk Region 279.5 279.5 100 69.0 67.8 98.3 20.6 24.3 118.3 190.0 187.3 98.6 Kemerovo region 209.8 207.4 98.9 91.5 91.6 100.0 16.9 14.7 86.9 101.3 101.1 99.8 Novosibirsk Region 551.3 548 99.4 386.5 385.7 99.8 8.1 11.2 138.2 156.7 151.1 96.4 Omsk region 439.1 438.1 99.8 229.0 227.1 99.1 21.9 21.8 99.3 188.1 189.2 100.6 Tomsk Region 98.6 99.5 101 49.4 50.8 103.0 9.4 9.8 104.3 39.8 38.9 97.6 FAR EASTERN FEDERAL DISTRICT 457.3 461 100.8 122.9 130.3 106.1 89.1 87.7 98.5 245.4 242.9 99 The Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) 233.7 233.6 100 46.9 50.2 107.1 66.9 63.5 94.9 119.9 120 100.1 Kamchatka 9.5 9.5 100.6 5.3 5.2 98.6 0.8 0.9 112.2 3.3 3.3 100.9 Primorsky Krai 61.5 59.5 96.7 18.7 18.3 97.8 5.9 7.1 119.1 36.8 34.1 92.5 Khabarovsk Territory 26.9 27 100.4 16.8 16.4 97.6 0.9 1.0 110.0 9.2 9.6 104.5 Amur Region 88.7 95.1 107.2 22.9 27.8 121.2 5.7 6.3 111.5 60.1 61 101.5 Magadan region 3.6 3.8 103.6 1.2 1.2 99.1 1.9 2.0 107.4 0.6 0.6 100.7 Sakhalin Region 17.6 17.9 101.7 9.3 9.5 101.6 2.1 2.3 112.9 6.2 6.1 98.2 Jewish Autonomous Region 15.8 14.5 92.1 1.7 1.8 104.7 4.8 4.5 93.5 9.2 8.2 88.9 Chukotka Autonomous Okrug 0.1 0.04 60.3 0.04 0.02 54.8 0.03 0.02 67.7 Source: Rosstat Table 15. Russia: End-of-Year Cow Inventory, 1,000 Head All Types Ag Enterprises Farms Households 2010 2011 2011/10 2010 2011 2011/10 2010 2011 2011/10 2010 2011 2011/10 RUSSIAN FEDERATION 8844.3 8948.1 101.2 3713.6 3707.3 99.8 718.9 841.3 117.0 4411.8 4399.5 99.7 CENTRAL FEDERAL DISTRICT 1266.7 1239.4 97.8 862.8 849.0 98.4 45.7 52.5 115.0 358.2 337.9 94.3 Belgorod region 108.0 102.1 94.5 69.3 65.7 94.8 5.7 6.9 121.9 33.0 29.5 89.3 Bryansk region 94.9 94.9 100 61.4 61.1 99.5 5.7 7.0 121.5 27.8 26.8 96.6 Vladimir Region 60.7 62.5 103 54.3 56.3 103.8 0.7 0.7 112.6 5.7 5.4 94.4 Voronezh Region 150.2 155.1 103.2 77.1 80.6 104.5 5.3 6.3 119.9 67.9 68.2 100.4 Ivanovo region 37.8 35 92.6 28.1 25.9 92.1 1.3 1.4 113.6 8.4 7.7 91.2 Kaluga region 56.9 57.5 101.1 47.3 47.9 101.2 1.8 2.0 111.2 7.7 7.6 98.3 Kostroma region 33.1 32 96.4 25.0 24.5 97.8 0.6 1.0 160.1 7.5 6.4 86.1 Kursk region 91.0 90.1 99 45.1 44.9 99.5 4.1 4.6 111.8 41.8 40.6 97.1 Lipetsk region 55.8 54.9 98.3 36.2 35.8 99.0 2.1 2.2 104.8 17.5 16.8 96.3 Moscow region 129.9 120.9 93 119.9 111.1 92.7 1.3 1.6 124.0 8.8 8.2 93.2 Orel Region 52.7 53.2 100.8 33.2 34.9 105.1 2.5 2.4 96.5 17.0 15.8 93 Ryazan Region 75.9 74.8 98.5 62.6 62.8 100.3 0.9 0.8 97.8 12.5 11.2 89.5 Smolensk region 77.5 78.7 101.6 50.6 52.1 103.1 4.4 5.4 122.7 22.6 21.3 94 Tambov region 50.1 49.3 98.4 11.6 11.7 101.0 3.7 4.8 130.8 34.8 32.8 94.1 Tver region 80.9 74.2 91.8 56.0 52.3 93.5 3.8 3.3 87.0 21.1 18.6 88.2 Tula Region 47.8 44.9 94 30.6 29.9 97.6 1.3 1.3 104.8 15.9 13.7 86.3 Yaroslavl Region 63.4 59.5 93.8 54.6 51.6 94.4 0.7 0.7 99.9 8.2 7.3 89 NORTHWEST FEDERAL DISTRICT 346.9 335.7 96.8 266.5 261.2 98.0 13.3 13.5 101.3 67.1 61.1 91.1 The Republic of 12.5 11.5 91.7 9.9 9.0 90.8 0.4 0.4 117.8 2.3 2.1 91.3 Karelia The Republic of Komi 18.3 17.7 96.6 9.5 9.5 100.0 1.8 2.0 110.5 7.0 6.2 88.5 Arkhangelsk Region 25.9 25.6 98.9 16.2 16.9 104.4 3.6 3.3 92.8 6.1 5.4 87.8 Vologda Region 90.9 86.8 95.5 80.3 77.0 95.9 3.6 3.5 98.0 7.0 6.3 89.8 The Kaliningrad region 31.9 31.3 98.2 14.2 14.3 100.5 1.2 1.2 103.9 16.5 15.8 95.7 Leningrad Region 83.7 83.2 99.5 76.4 76.2 99.7 0.9 1.0 120.4 6.4 6 93.7 The Murmansk region 3.9 3.9 98.8 3.6 3.6 99.1 0.2 0.2 92.9 0.1 0.1 100.8 Novgorod region 24.2 22.8 94.3 16.4 15.5 94.5 1.0 1.0 104.7 6.8 6.3 92.4 Pskov Region 55.7 53 95.2 40.0 39.3 98.1 0.8 0.8 98.7 14.9 13 87.2 SOUTHERN FEDERAL DISTRICT 1125.8 1235.2 109.7 288.7 292.2 101.2 250.6 296.6 118.4 586.5 646.3 110.2 Republic of Adygea 26.2 26.9 102.7 2.6 2.0 75.9 1.4 1.7 127.4 22.3 23.2 104.3 Republic of Kalmykia 311.7 367.6 117.9 46.7 49.2 105.4 170.6 181.1 106.1 94.4 137.3 145.4 Krasnodar region 258.8 257.1 99.3 163.6 163.0 99.7 12.2 12.6 102.7 83.1 81.5 98.1 Astrakhan Region 124.2 140.2 112.9 6.2 7.0 112.7 32.6 45.2 138.8 85.4 88 103 The Volgograd Region 150.1 169.1 112.7 18.8 20.6 109.3 7.2 24.5 339.4 124.1 124.1 100 Rostov Region 254.7 274.3 107.7 50.9 50.5 99.3 26.6 31.6 118.6 177.2 192.2 108.5 NORTH CAUCASUS FEDERAL DISTRICT 1037.5 1081.2 104.2 112.5 144.2 128.2 93.6 125.1 133.7 831.5 811.9 97.6 Republic of Dagestan 416.6 424.2 101.8 45.3 54.9 121.1 34.0 40.8 120.0 337.3 328.5 97.4 Republic of Ingushetia 31.4 32.9 104.7 0.2 0.4 150.6 5.4 7.6 139.6 25.7 25 97 Kabardino-Balkaria 112.5 129 114.6 11.8 15.3 129.4 12.1 21.9 180.5 88.5 91.7 103.6 Karachay-Cherkess Republic 115.1 126.2 109.6 7.9 21.7 274.0 17.4 28.0 160.5 89.8 76.5 85.2 Republic of North Ossetia-Alania 67.3 68.7 102.1 5.4 7.0 129.9 4.1 4.3 104.1 57.8 57.4 99.4 The Chechen Republic 108.6 110.1 101.4 2.0 2.0 101.4 6.3 8.2 129.0 100.2 99.9 99.7 Stavropol Territory 186.1 190.2 102.2 39.8 42.9 107.8 14.1 14.4 102.0 132.2 132.9 100.6 VOLGA FEDERAL DISTRICT 2534.5 2514.9 99.2 1206.6 1189.2 98.6 135.9 152.1 111.9 1192.0 1173.6 98.5 Republic of Bashkortostan 515.3 500.7 97.2 196.4 184.8 94.1 27.0 29.7 110.0 291.9 286.2 98 The Republic of Mari El 45.5 43.5 95.5 23.1 21.9 94.9 0.4 0.4 80.4 22.0 21.2 96.5 Republic of Mordovia 103.6 106 102.4 68.7 70.8 103.2 3.9 5.8 150.0 31.0 29.3 94.6 The Republic of Tatarstan 420.5 410.9 97.7 244.9 239.5 97.8 27.4 25.2 92.1 148.2 146.3 98.7 Udmurt Republic 148.8 145.9 98.1 111.3 109.2 98.2 5.9 6.4 108.6 31.6 30.3 95.8 Chuvash Republic 118.9 117.8 99.1 28.1 27.4 97.7 3.0 2.9 97.3 87.8 87.5 99.6 Perm 108.8 109.6 100.7 70.3 72.9 103.7 2.5 2.6 104.7 36.1 34.2 94.7 Kirov Region 105.2 102.5 97.4 86.1 85.6 99.4 1.3 1.4 107.7 17.8 15.5 87.1 Nizhny Novgorod region 136.7 134.4 98.3 100.3 99.7 99.4 7.6 9.0 118.7 28.8 25.7 89.3 Orenburg Region 287.4 289.1 100.6 124.1 120.7 97.3 15.1 16.5 109.3 148.2 151.9 102.4 Penza Region 127.9 128.4 100.3 51.3 50.2 98.0 5.6 6.1 107.8 71.0 72 101.4 Samara Region 101.5 105.1 103.6 37.1 38.6 104.2 5.9 9.3 158.2 58.5 57.2 97.7 Saratov Region 248.2 253.4 102.1 41.8 43.2 103.4 26.7 32.4 121.4 179.7 177.8 98.9 Ulyanovsk Region 66.2 67.5 101.9 23.2 24.5 105.5 3.7 4.4 119.5 39.3 38.6 98.1 URAL FEDERAL DISTRICT 515.0 496.8 96.5 237.2 229.8 96.9 23.3 24.3 104.1 254.5 242.7 95.4 Kurgan region 94.0 92.3 98.2 24.8 23.4 94.2 3.1 3.4 110.1 66.1 65.5 99.2 Sverdlovsk region 119.7 117.1 97.8 81.6 80.6 98.7 7.0 7.4 105.1 31.1 29.2 93.9 Tyumen Region 124.0 121.4 97.9 60.3 59.1 98.0 6.9 7.4 106.1 56.7 54.9 96.8 Chelyabinsk region 177.3 166 93.6 70.4 66.8 94.8 6.3 6.1 97.9 100.7 93.1 92.5 SIBERIAN FEDERAL DISTRICT 1821.0 1848.6 101.5 683.8 685.1 100.2 118.7 140.2 118.1 1018.5 1023.3 100.5 The Altai Republic 92.2 96.8 105 12.5 12.7 101.9 23.5 26.4 112.1 56.2 57.7 102.7 The Republic of Buryatia 148.5 165.8 111.7 21.7 22.8 105.3 14.7 22.0 149.3 112.0 121 108 Republic of Tyva 61.1 61.1 100 8.2 7.7 92.8 3.9 4.7 120.7 49.0 48.8 99.5 Republic of Khakassia 70.5 69 98 16.5 14.9 90.3 12.3 12.5 101.7 41.7 41.7 99.9 Altai Territory 386.1 386.3 100.1 181.8 180.6 99.3 13.9 15.3 110.0 190.4 190.4 100 Trans-Baikal Territory 173.5 181.1 104.4 20.4 21.7 106.5 15.1 20.9 138.8 138.0 138.5 100.3 Krasnoyarsk Territory 173.3 174.3 100.6 88.9 89.6 100.7 1.5 1.8 121.1 82.9 82.9 100 Irkutsk Region 133.2 134.1 100.7 29.1 29.6 101.8 8.5 10.1 118.4 95.5 94.4 98.8 Kemerovo region 101.7 100.2 98.6 42.7 42.5 99.3 8.4 7.5 90.1 50.6 50.2 99.3 Novosibirsk Region 221.3 218.5 98.8 145.4 147.3 101.3 3.7 5.2 140.5 72.2 66 91.5 Omsk region 216.3 217.4 100.5 96.2 95.0 98.8 9.7 9.9 102.6 110.4 112.4 101.8 Tomsk Region 43.5 43.9 100.9 20.3 20.6 101.5 3.6 3.9 109.6 19.7 19.4 98.7 FAR EASTERN FEDERAL DISTRICT 196.9 196.4 99.7 55.5 56.6 102.0 37.9 37.0 97.7 103.5 102.8 99.3 The Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) 87.8 87.2 99.3 21.5 22.2 103.5 27.6 25.9 93.8 38.8 39.1 100.8 Kamchatka 3.8 3.9 103.1 2.1 2.2 104.5 0.3 0.3 100.0 1.4 1.4 101.6 Primorsky Krai 31.1 30 96.5 8.0 7.7 96.3 2.6 3.3 125.2 20.6 19.1 92.9 Khabarovsk Territory 13.8 13.6 98.6 9.1 8.7 95.4 0.4 0.5 120.3 4.2 4.4 103.4 Amur Region 43.8 46.1 105.3 9.7 10.8 111.3 2.8 2.9 104.6 31.3 32.4 103.6 Magadan region 1.7 1.8 103.4 0.5 0.5 101.1 0.9 1.0 104.5 0.2 0.3 104.4 Sakhalin Region 7.6 7.3 96.6 3.9 3.9 98.5 0.9 1.0 109.3 2.8 2.5 90 Jewish Autonomous Region 7.2 6.4 88.3 0.7 0.6 92.4 2.4 2.2 92.7 4.2 3.5 85.1 Chukotka Autonomous Okrug 0.04 0.03 77.5 0.02 0.01 54.5 0.02 0.02 105.6 Source: Rosstat Table 16: Russia: End-of-Year Swine Inventory, 1,000 Head All Types Ag Enterprises Farms Households 2011/1 2011/1 2011/1 2011/1 2010 2011 2010 2011 2010 2011 2010 2011 0 0 0 0 RUSSIAN FEDERATIO 17217. 17332. 10815. 11408. 797. 656. 5605. 5267. N 9 8 100.7 2 8 105.5 7 6 82.3 0 4 94.0 CENTRAL FEDERAL 112. DISTRICT 5239.4 5993.8 114.4 4238.6 5163.4 121.8 5 87.8 78.0 888.3 742.6 83.6 Belgorod region 2142.3 2704 126.2 2056.9 2641.9 128.4 6.2 2.2 35.7 79.1 59.9 75.8 Bryansk region 157.4 187.5 119.1 86.4 115.7 134.0 4.5 5.0 112.7 66.6 66.8 100.3 Vladimir Region 118.7 141.1 118.9 102.4 122.0 119.2 8.1 11.6 144.1 8.2 7.5 90.9 Voronezh Region 489.5 484.9 99.1 235.4 291.3 123.8 29.9 17.3 57.9 224.3 176.3 78.6 Ivanovo region 16.8 15.5 92.5 7.1 6.5 90.9 1.1 1.3 123.2 8.6 7.7 90 Kaluga region 65.3 64.5 98.7 39.5 37.5 94.8 5.9 8.1 136.7 19.9 18.9 95.1 Kostroma region 46.4 46.7 100.8 34.8 36.6 105.2 1.4 1.1 79.3 10.2 9 88.5 Kursk region 337.8 382 113.1 231.5 320.8 138.6 4.9 4.0 83.2 101.5 57.2 56.3 Lipetsk region 402.4 411.3 102.2 336.6 353.8 105.1 5.5 4.3 79.1 60.3 53.1 88.2 Moscow region 295.8 298.2 100.8 275.7 280.1 101.6 4.5 3.7 82.1 15.6 14.4 92 Orel Region 347.7 337.3 97 252.0 256.3 101.7 12.3 3.9 31.6 83.3 77 92.4 Ryazan Region 142.0 153.5 108.1 112.3 127.8 113.7 1.8 1.9 106.6 27.9 23.9 85.8 Smolensk region 85.0 88.5 104.1 63.5 67.8 106.7 1.7 1.9 108.6 19.8 18.8 95.1 Tambov region 259.8 289.6 111.5 132.8 167.8 126.3 11.7 9.7 83.2 115.3 112.1 97.2 Tver region 160.4 211 131.5 134.2 189.6 141.3 5.6 4.2 74.8 20.6 17.2 83.5 Tula Region 113.2 119.1 105.2 85.1 94.1 110.6 6.1 6.0 99.4 22.1 19 86.1 Yaroslavl Region 58.8 59 100.3 52.2 53.8 103.1 1.5 1.4 93.8 5.1 3.7 73.5 NORTHWEST FEDERAL DISTRICT 693.1 737.4 106.4 588.0 639.7 108.8 21.8 18.8 86.5 83.4 78.9 94.6 The Republic of Karelia 8.5 15.3 178.9 2.6 9.5 367.6 2.0 2.1 105.1 4.0 3.7 93 The Republic of Komi 25.0 23.7 94.7 17.8 15.9 89.4 4 3.5 89.2 3.2 4.2 130.9 Arkhangelsk Region 24.6 20.1 81.9 14.2 10.8 76.0 2.0 1.2 62.5 8.4 8.1 96.5 Vologda Region 142.7 97.8 68.6 122.8 78.9 64.3 1.4 1.6 119.2 18.6 17.3 93.2 The Kaliningrad region 97.5 136.3 139.7 84.4 124.2 147.2 2.8 1.9 67.6 10.3 10.2 98.6 Leningrad Region 182.2 194.3 106.6 167.5 181.1 108.2 3.3 3.3 101.1 11.4 9.9 86.1 The Murmansk region 48.9 45.3 92.7 46.1 42.0 91.2 1.4 1.9 136.7 1.4 1.4 98.8 Novgorod region 89.4 125.5 140.4 73.4 111.0 151.2 3.0 2.1 71.2 13.0 12.4 95.3 Pskov Region 74.3 79 106.4 59.3 66.2 111.7 2.1 1.2 56.7 13.0 11.7 90.2 SOUTHERN FEDERAL 131. DISTRICT 2142.8 1946.7 90.8 1057.4 972.8 92.0 9 74.9 56.8 953.5 898.9 94.3 Republic of Adygea 55.4 53.9 97.3 42.1 39.5 93.9 1.6 1.6 98.8 11.7 12.8 109.5 Republic of Kalmykia 19.3 17.4 89.8 0.3 0.2 81.5 3.9 3.3 84.2 15.2 13.9 91.4 Krasnodar region 1000.9 864 86.3 663.2 614.8 92.7 51.8 34.8 67.0 285.9 214.4 75 Astrakhan Region 13.4 7.2 53.6 1.9 2.4 127.1 2.9 1.6 54.0 8.6 3.2 37 The Volgograd Region 524.0 495.2 94.5 137.6 127.8 92.9 29.0 9.8 33.7 357.4 357.6 100.1 Rostov Region 529.8 509 96.1 212.4 188.0 88.5 42.6 23.9 56.2 274.7 297 108.1 NORTH CAUCASUS FEDERAL DISTRICT 464.0 418.3 90.2 241.6 204.8 84.8 9.4 8.3 89.0 213.0 205.2 96.3 Republic of Dagestan 1.4 1.1 80.2 0.3 0.2 50.8 0.3 0.3 75.8 0.7 0.7 94.7 Republic of Ingushetia Kabardino- Balkaria 56.9 56.5 99.3 49.2 47.1 95.7 0.2 0.3 164.9 7.5 9.1 121.1 Karachay- Cherkess Republic 20.9 18.7 89.3 17.0 13.5 79.5 2.6 3.9 2.6 65.6 Republic of North Ossetia- Alania 34.0 28.4 83.5 7.0 7.8 112.2 2.3 0.5 22.8 24.7 20 81 The Chechen Republic Stavropol Territory 350.9 313.7 89.4 168.2 136.3 81.0 6.5 4.6 70.5 176.2 172.8 98.1 VOLGA FEDERAL 251. 189. 1470. 1359. DISTRICT 4144.7 3714.9 89.6 2422.8 2166.5 89.4 6 1 75.1 4 3 92.5 Republic of Bashkortostan 397.1 309.5 77.9 182.6 160.3 87.8 38.1 25.1 66.0 176.5 124 70.3 The Republic of Mari El 147.6 179.9 121.9 129.3 167.8 129.8 1.4 1.2 88.0 16.9 10.9 64.4 Republic of 310.8 311 100.1 159.7 161.8 101.3 6.1 5.5 91.0 145.0 143.7 99.1 Mordovia The Republic of Tatarstan 709.1 622.9 87.8 573.3 496.7 86.6 43.7 30.5 69.9 92.2 95.7 103.8 Udmurt Republic 315.0 295.8 93.9 269.8 252.1 93.4 5.2 3.8 73.9 40.0 39.9 99.8 Chuvash Republic 225.8 211.4 93.6 134.6 122.9 91.3 12.1 9.4 77.6 79.0 79.1 100.1 Perm 206.0 206.3 100.1 158.3 157.4 99.5 7.0 7.4 106.1 40.8 41.4 101.7 Kirov Region 202.3 181.7 89.8 175.1 157.7 90.1 1.6 1.7 108.6 25.6 22.3 86.9 Nizhny Novgorod region 267.6 143.2 53.5 192.6 72.8 37.8 6.8 5.4 78.9 68.2 65 95.3 Orenburg Region 284.1 260.8 91.8 123.4 112.1 90.9 30.1 27.3 90.5 130.6 121.4 92.9 Penza Region 293.5 290.9 99.1 102.5 94.3 92.1 26.4 22.2 84.1 164.6 174.4 105.9 Samara Region 220.6 209.5 95 120.1 111.9 93.1 10.8 11.5 106.4 89.6 86.1 96.1 Saratov Region 428.6 346.6 80.9 42.3 30.9 73.0 57.8 33.7 58.3 328.4 282 85.9 Ulyanovsk Region 136.6 145.3 106.4 59.2 67.7 114.4 4.6 4.3 93.5 72.8 73.4 100.7 URAL FEDERAL DISTRICT 1201.6 1162.2 96.7 747.9 730.4 97.7 72.1 69.8 96.8 381.6 361.9 94.8 Kurgan region 144.4 130.5 90.3 34.7 28.3 81.6 19.9 16.2 81.4 89.9 86 95.7 Sverdlovsk region 299.4 270.8 90.5 259.0 237.8 91.8 13.5 8.8 64.9 26.9 24.2 90 Tyumen Region 368.0 374.4 101.7 172.5 175.6 101.8 27.4 34.3 125.0 168.2 164.6 97.9 Chelyabinsk region 389.8 386.4 99.1 281.8 288.7 102.5 11.3 10.6 93.4 96.6 87.1 90.1 SIBERIAN FEDERAL 148. 151. 1508. 1512. DISTRICT 3039.7 3050.6 100.4 1382.4 1386.6 100.3 9 8 101.9 3 2 100.3 The Altai Republic 11.3 11.3 99.4 0.1 0.1 100.0 0.9 0.9 105.6 10.4 10.3 98.9 The Republic of Buryatia 74.9 74.7 99.7 33.0 35.0 106.2 6.8 7.1 103.6 35.2 32.6 92.8 Republic of Tyva 26.4 26.2 99.5 1.9 1.5 76.8 1.3 1.2 87.4 23.1 23.6 102.1 Republic of Khakassia 60.6 60.7 100.2 1.9 2.1 108.2 9.4 9.3 98.3 49.3 49.4 100.2 Altai Territory 567.6 569.6 100.3 93.5 96.8 103.5 19.3 13.7 71.1 454.8 459.1 100.9 Trans-Baikal Territory 119.6 121 101.2 14.8 12.0 81.2 10.9 14.0 128.6 93.9 95 101.2 Krasnoyarsk Territory 424.1 447.7 105.6 156.6 177.3 113.3 13.0 15.4 118.6 254.6 255 100.2 Irkutsk Region 218.5 221.6 101.4 103.5 106.7 103.1 29.0 29.2 100.7 86.0 85.7 99.7 Kemerovo region 414.3 417.6 100.8 283.0 284.1 100.4 16.3 16.2 99.6 115.1 117.4 102 Novosibirsk Region 400.1 373.7 93.4 193.3 178.3 92.2 17.0 17.3 101.6 189.8 178.1 93.9 Omsk region 512.0 522 102 329.8 327.1 99.2 20.1 23.1 115.0 162.1 171.8 106 Tomsk Region 210.3 204.6 97.3 171.1 165.8 96.9 5.0 4.5 90.2 34.2 34.3 100.3 FAR EASTERN FEDERAL DISTRICT 292.5 309.1 105.7 136.5 144.6 105.9 49.5 56.1 113.4 106.5 108.4 101.8 The Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) 30.0 27.4 91.4 12.7 10.2 80.2 9.9 9.5 96.8 7.5 7.7 103.1 Kamchatka 13.5 13.3 98.3 8.2 8.1 98.7 1.6 1.5 96.7 3.7 3.6 98.1 Primorsky Krai 79.0 91.6 115.9 40.7 51.4 126.3 9.9 12.4 125.2 28.4 27.8 97.8 Khabarovsk Territory 61.9 62.7 101.2 43.8 42.2 96.3 5.8 8.1 140.6 12.4 12.4 100.1 Amur Region 70.2 74 105.3 18.5 18.6 100.5 11.2 11.8 105.1 40.5 43.5 107.6 Magadan region 2.4 2.5 102 0.7 0.7 101.6 0.9 1.0 103.6 0.8 0.8 100.6 Sakhalin Region 16.0 17.4 109 10.0 11.3 113.6 1.3 1.3 102.7 4.8 4.8 101 Jewish Autonomous Region 19.0 19.9 104.7 1.7 1.8 106.4 9.0 10.5 116.7 8.3 7.6 91.4 Chukotka Autonomous Okrug 0.4 0.3 85.2 0.3 0.3 110.5 0.1 0.02 21 Source: Rosstat Table 17: Russia: End-of-Year Sheep and Goat Inventory, 1,000 Head All Types Ag Enterprises Farms Households 2011/1 2011/1 2011/1 2011/1 2010 2011 2010 2011 2010 2011 2010 2011 0 0 0 0 RUSSIAN FEDERATIO 21819. 22400. 4426. 4414. 6116. 6637. 11276. 11349. N 9 8 102.7 8 0 99.7 3 4 108.5 8 5 100.6 CENTRAL FEDERAL DISTRICT 944.7 973.0 103.0 119.4 131.0 109.7 104.7 122.9 117.4 720.6 719.1 99.8 Belgorod region 84.8 89.3 105.4 6.4 7.5 117.0 5.6 7.2 128.4 72.7 74.6 102.6 Bryansk region 34.3 34.4 100.2 3.0 2.5 82.4 5.4 4.3 79.1 25.9 27.6 106.7 Vladimir Region 20.5 22 107.4 1.1 2.7 232.0 1.7 1.5 89.3 17.6 17.8 101.1 Voronezh Region 173.8 180.4 103.8 26.0 27.5 105.9 20.5 23.7 115.8 127.4 129.2 101.4 Ivanovo region 26.0 24.5 94.2 1.9 2.1 109.9 1.6 1.6 105.6 22.5 20.8 92.1 Kaluga region 38.9 38.2 98.2 8.4 8.0 94.7 4.6 5.1 110.2 25.8 25.1 97.2 Kostroma region 21.8 23.1 106.1 1.8 1.9 105.5 0.6 1.0 146.9 19.3 20.3 104.8 Kursk region 87.7 88 100.4 13.3 14.9 111.8 6.1 6.8 110.7 68.3 66.4 97.2 Lipetsk region 50.5 51.7 102.4 4.6 4.1 87.3 4.5 4.3 94.9 41.3 43.4 104.9 Moscow region 57.2 70 122.3 7.9 12.1 152.7 14.7 24.8 168.9 34.6 33.1 95.5 Orel Region 56.0 57 101.8 5.2 5.1 98.4 4.4 4.4 98.6 46.3 47.5 102.5 Ryazan Region 55.7 59.8 107.3 12.1 15.1 125.0 6.4 6.5 100.8 37.2 38.2 102.7 Smolensk region 35.8 34.1 95 2.3 2.1 91.6 5.0 5.6 111.2 28.5 26.3 92.5 Tambov region 67.5 71.4 105.9 5.7 5.7 100.3 9.9 12.7 128.6 51.9 53 102.2 Tver region 50.5 49.3 97.7 5.8 6.5 112.9 5.5 5.9 106.6 39.2 36.9 94.2 Tula Region 56.1 53.8 95.9 6.3 4.2 67.2 4.8 4.8 100.7 45.1 44.8 99.3 Yaroslavl Region 27.6 26.1 94.5 7.5 9.0 121.1 3.4 2.9 85.7 16.8 14.2 84.5 NORTHWEST FEDERAL DISTRICT 215.4 214.8 99.7 6.2 7.8 125.2 15.3 15.5 101.5 193.8 191.5 98.8 The Republic of Karelia 6.3 5.5 86.5 0.2 0.1 36.4 0.6 0.5 85.7 5.6 4.9 88.1 The Republic of Komi 17.8 19.1 107.2 0.1 0.03 55.9 1.6 2.4 146.2 16.2 16.7 103.5 Arkhangelsk Region 18.1 16.4 90.6 0.1 0.1 96.7 0.5 0.5 116.0 17.5 15.8 89.9 Vologda Region 21.0 18.7 88.8 0.2 0.2 72.8 1.8 1.1 59.2 19.0 17.4 91.8 The Kaliningrad region 75.3 80.2 106.4 1.0 1.6 154.2 5.7 5.2 91.6 68.6 73.4 106.9 Leningrad Region 20.6 21.2 103 2.4 2.8 118.2 2.3 2.3 103.2 15.9 16.1 100.7 The Murmansk region 0.8 0.7 88.6 0.2 0.2 113.3 0.2 0.1 36.4 0.4 0.4 100 Novgorod region 19.2 19.9 103.4 1.1 1.2 108.9 1.6 2.2 142.0 16.5 16.4 99.3 Pskov Region 36.1 33.1 91.7 0.9 1.6 170.0 1.1 1.2 106.7 34.1 30.3 89.1 SOUTHERN FEDERAL 2039. 2150. DISTRICT 5474.8 5674.6 103.7 902.7 886.2 98.2 2 6 105.5 2532.8 2637.9 104.1 Republic of Adygea 40.9 39.1 95.6 2.3 2.4 104.9 6.9 6.5 93.9 31.7 30.2 95.3 Republic of Kalmykia 2191.6 2238.7 102.1 542.8 535.5 98.6 733.3 771.1 105.2 915.4 932.1 101.8 Krasnodar region 151.5 152.1 100.4 15.3 14.9 97.3 26.6 26.4 99.3 109.6 110.8 101.1 Astrakhan Region 1406.1 1450.3 103.1 95.9 96.4 100.5 878.0 908.7 103.5 432.2 445.2 103 The Volgograd Region 774.3 799.2 103.2 127.9 121.5 95.0 124.9 145.8 116.7 521.5 531.9 102 Rostov Region 910.4 995.2 109.3 118.5 115.5 97.5 269.5 292.1 108.4 522.4 587.6 112.5 NORTH CAUCASUS FEDERAL 2180. 2217. 3088. 3377. DISTRICT 8327.7 8571.3 102.9 7 9 101.7 2 0 109.4 3058.8 2976.4 97.3 Republic of 1296. 1285. 1499. 1797. Dagestan 4391.4 4601.3 104.8 1 8 99.2 9 2 119.8 1595.4 1518.3 95.2 Republic of Ingushetia 93.0 88 94.6 10.9 14.2 129.7 43.1 36.2 84.1 39.0 37.6 96.4 Kabardino- Balkaria 340.9 385.6 113.1 56.2 67.8 120.5 54.4 106.4 195.6 230.3 211.4 91.8 Karachay- Cherkess Republic 1006.1 1036.8 103.1 188.8 233.3 123.5 596.0 566.5 95.1 221.3 237 107.1 Republic of North Ossetia- Alania 88.9 77.3 86.9 31.2 30.2 96.6 9.9 5.5 55.5 47.7 41.6 87.2 The Chechen Republic 194.5 211.4 108.7 16.0 19.2 119.9 44.3 58.1 131.1 134.3 134.2 99.9 Stavropol Territory 2212.9 2170.9 98.1 581.4 567.6 97.6 840.7 807.1 96.0 790.7 796.2 100.7 VOLGA FEDERAL DISTRICT 2920.6 2923.4 100.1 281.5 250.8 89.1 322.4 339.2 105.2 2316.7 2333.3 100.7 Republic of Bashkortostan 781.0 787.1 100.8 17.5 15.5 88.5 48.2 56.8 118.0 715.3 714.8 99.9 The Republic of Mari El 66.3 64.7 97.6 3.9 3.7 93.8 1.6 1.1 68.8 60.8 59.9 98.6 Republic of Mordovia 41.7 42 100.6 1.6 1.6 97.0 1.9 1.1 58.3 38.2 39.3 102.8 The Republic of Tatarstan 402.0 392.7 97.7 17.9 14.3 79.6 29.3 30.1 102.6 354.7 348.3 98.2 Udmurt Republic 66.7 67.2 100.7 2.4 2.3 95.5 2.6 3.1 122.1 61.7 61.7 100 Chuvash Republic 175.8 172.9 98.3 3.9 3.9 99.8 4.2 4.4 107.1 167.8 164.6 98.1 Perm 75.2 78 103.7 1.6 4.1 254.2 4.7 6.0 126.9 68.9 68 98.6 Kirov Region 52.1 49.8 95.6 0.3 0.4 145.2 0.4 0.9 245.5 51.5 48.5 94.3 Nizhny Novgorod region 80.3 81.5 101.5 2.7 2.9 105.5 9.5 9.5 100.9 68.1 69.1 101.4 Orenburg Region 280.1 286.2 102.2 58.9 49.2 83.5 46.7 52.9 113.4 174.4 184.1 105.5 Penza Region 125.8 117.9 93.8 14.6 8.6 58.9 12.2 9.1 74.6 99.0 100.3 101.3 Samara Region 105.0 111.4 106.1 18.2 20.6 113.1 12.4 16.8 136.0 74.4 74 99.4 Saratov Region 604.6 605.7 100.2 132.4 118.9 89.8 141.9 137.2 96.6 330.3 349.7 105.8 Ulyanovsk Region 64.0 66.2 103.5 5.4 4.8 89.0 7.1 10.2 143.7 51.5 51.2 99.5 URAL FEDERAL DISTRICT 475.0 457.9 96.4 13.1 13.1 100.4 33.6 36.0 107.0 428.3 408.9 95.5 Kurgan region 135.9 138.6 102 2.9 3.1 109.1 11.5 12.5 108.9 121.5 123 101.2 Sverdlovsk region 69.8 44 62.9 3.5 2.0 58.3 6.7 6.3 93.9 59.7 35.6 59.7 Tyumen Region 125.7 129.4 103 3.4 5.7 167.0 3.3 4.5 135.4 119.0 119.2 100.2 Chelyabinsk region 143.6 145.9 101.6 3.3 2.3 68.1 12.1 12.7 104.6 128.1 131 102.2 SIBERIAN FEDERAL DISTRICT 3391.2 3515.5 103.7 920.4 904.6 98.3 499.7 581.9 116.4 1971.1 2029.0 102.9 The Altai Republic 561.2 582.9 103.9 111.9 109.7 98.0 176.8 202.4 114.5 272.5 270.8 99.4 The Republic of Buryatia 262.9 281.8 107.2 102.4 103.7 101.2 41.5 58.2 140.2 118.9 119.9 100.8 Republic of Tyva 1030.6 1064.6 103.3 331.4 334.7 101.0 100.0 116.4 116.4 599.2 613.5 102.4 Republic of Khakassia 179.5 189.7 105.7 32.4 34.8 107.4 78.4 85.3 108.7 68.7 69.7 101.5 Altai Territory 213.9 215.1 100.6 29.2 25.8 88.3 15.0 14.0 93.8 169.8 175.3 103.3 Trans-Baikal Territory 527.5 526.2 99.8 281.1 264.7 94.2 50.6 64.5 127.6 195.8 196.9 100.6 Krasnoyarsk Territory 54.1 52.3 96.7 10.5 8.6 82.1 1.5 1.7 112.4 42.1 42 99.8 Irkutsk Region 85.3 84.7 99.3 3.8 3.9 101.6 11.9 13.4 112.3 69.5 67.4 96.9 Kemerovo region 72.5 73.3 101.1 2.5 3.1 126.9 4.8 5.5 114.3 65.2 64.7 99.2 Novosibirsk Region 193.7 211.3 109.1 8.4 9.7 115.6 8.8 10.3 116.7 176.5 191.4 108.4 Omsk region 186.6 209.2 112.1 6.6 5.3 80.9 8.3 7.6 91.1 171.7 196.4 114.4 Tomsk Region 23.6 24.3 103 0.3 0.6 225.5 2.1 2.7 127.2 21.2 21 99.1 FAR EASTERN FEDERAL DISTRICT 70.4 70.3 99.8 2.7 2.6 93.6 13.1 14.3 109.3 54.6 53.5 97.9 The Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) 1.1 1.1 101.8 0.03 0.01 40.7 0.2 0.2 86.0 0.9 0.9 107.6 Kamchatka 2.6 2.5 96.1 0.2 0.2 66.7 1.1 1.1 104.2 1.3 1.2 94.8 Primorsky Krai 26.3 26.7 101.3 1.8 1.3 72.9 3.6 4.6 128.0 20.8 20.7 99.2 Khabarovsk Territory 6.2 6.2 101.5 0.2 0.3 133.2 0.3 0.3 101.7 5.6 5.6 100.1 Amur Region 25.7 25.6 99.7 0.4 0.5 135.0 6.6 6.5 98.5 18.7 18.6 99.5 Magadan region 0.5 0.5 91.6 0.2 0.1 70.2 0.4 0.4 101.6 Sakhalin Region 2.2 2.5 114.8 0.03 0.2 742.4 0.7 0.9 127.3 1.5 1.4 94.2 Jewish Autonomous Region 5.9 5.2 88.2 1.7 1.8 106.4 0.4 0.5 132.4 5.4 4.6 84.9 Chukotka Autonomous Okrug 0.01 20 0.3 0.3 110.5 0.01 20 Source: Rosstat Table 18: Russia: Cattle for Slaughter (Beef Production), 1,000 MT Live Weight All Types Ag Enterprises Farms Households 2010 2011 2011/10 2010 2011 2011/10 2010 2011 2011/10 2010 2011 2011/10 RUSSIAN FEDERATION 3053.1 2891.2 94.7 988.6 896.6 90.7 145.0 153.5 105.9 1919.5 1841 95.9 CENTRAL FEDERAL DISTRICT 494.5 455.0 92.0 234.9 204.4 87.0 15.8 15.2 95.7 243.8 235.5 96.6 Belgorod region 48.9 41.4 84.7 23.8 16.6 69.9 1.0 1.2 113.8 24.1 23.6 98.1 Bryansk region 29.3 27.5 93.6 11.6 10.5 90.0 1.8 1.8 103.0 15.9 15.2 95.3 Vladimir Region 20.0 17.8 88.9 15.1 13.4 88.5 0.3 0.3 104.4 4.7 4.2 89.0 Voronezh Region 73.4 69.8 95.1 27.8 23.3 83.9 1.7 1.1 66.0 43.9 45.4 103.4 Ivanovo region 11.6 11.5 99.5 4.9 5.0 102.6 0.4 0.4 90.1 6.3 6.1 97.7 Kaluga region 14.4 13.9 96.6 9.0 8.8 97.7 0.5 0.6 136.3 4.9 4.5 91.0 Kostroma region 14.3 12.2 84.9 6.4 5.1 79.6 0.2 0.2 86.5 7.7 6.9 89.4 Kursk region 32.4 30.4 93.9 12.3 10.9 89.0 0.6 0.7 102.4 19.5 18.9 96.8 Lipetsk region 26.8 23.9 89.3 13.9 12.3 88.5 0.8 0.6 65.8 12.0 11.0 91.8 Moscow region 38.5 35.4 92 31.0 28.4 91.8 0.4 0.2 52.0 7.1 6.8 95.4 Orel Region 28.4 24 84.6 14.8 11.2 75.6 1.4 1.3 96.3 12.3 11.5 94.1 Ryazan Region 28.1 24.1 85.7 15.7 12.9 82.2 0.2 0.4 165.1 12.2 10.8 88.7 Smolensk region 23.8 24.4 102.6 9.4 10.2 107.9 1.6 2.2 135.3 12.8 12.1 94.5 Tambov region 34.9 31.9 91.5 4.2 2.8 68.0 1.3 1.3 101.6 29.4 27.8 94.4 Tver region 24.9 22.9 92 14.3 13.5 94.1 2.8 2.2 80.4 7.8 7.2 92.4 Tula Region 23.8 21.7 91.4 10.6 9.3 88.6 0.4 0.4 112.7 12.9 12.0 93.1 Yaroslavl Region 21.0 22 104.6 10.3 10.2 99.0 0.4 0.3 67.6 10.3 11.5 111.8 NORTHWEST FEDERAL DISTRICT 101.3 95.2 94.0 63.4 59.2 93.4 3.1 3.5 112.8 34.8 32.5 93.3 The Republic of Karelia 4.0 3.4 83.9 2.4 1.9 79.1 0.1 0.2 137.7 1.5 1.3 86.6 The Republic of Komi 6.2 5.8 94.9 1.8 1.8 96.6 0.3 0.5 160.0 4.0 3.6 89.4 Arkhangelsk Region 7.9 7.5 94.5 4.4 4.2 96.6 0.8 0.8 105.7 2.8 2.4 88.0 Vologda Region 26.0 24.5 94.1 16.3 15.6 95.5 0.8 0.9 118.3 8.9 8.0 89.5 The Kaliningrad region 9.9 10.1 101.7 3.6 3.7 100.9 0.3 0.4 129.6 6.0 6.0 100.9 Leningrad Region 27.1 26 95.8 22.7 21.7 95.6 0.3 0.2 72.4 4.1 4.1 98.7 The Murmansk region 1.0 1 98.5 0.9 0.8 90.6 0.1 0.05 84.6 0.03 0.1 354.8 Novgorod region 7.0 6.5 92.8 3.3 2.8 84.9 0.3 0.3 125.2 3.5 3.4 98.0 Pskov Region 12.2 10.5 86.3 8.0 6.8 85.2 0.2 0.2 75.7 4.0 3.6 88.9 SOUTHERN FEDERAL DISTRICT 341.3 341.5 100.1 91.2 81.4 89.3 26.2 30.5 116.6 223.9 229.5 102.5 Republic of Adygea 2.2 2.5 113 0.3 0.5 153.9 0.3 0.3 107.4 1.6 1.7 106.1 Republic of Kalmykia 42.5 48.6 114.2 4.4 4.3 97.2 10.2 12.6 122.6 27.9 31.7 113.8 Krasnodar region 122.2 115.8 94.8 66.1 59.1 89.5 1.7 1.9 113.6 54.5 54.8 100.6 Astrakhan Region 29.6 31.2 105.2 0.8 0.3 45.4 6.6 7.6 115.3 22.3 23.2 104.2 The Volgograd Region 65.9 64.7 98.2 6.7 5.2 77.5 1.6 1.9 117.2 57.6 57.7 100.1 Rostov Region 78.8 78.7 99.9 12.9 12.0 92.7 5.8 6.4 108.6 60.0 60.4 100.6 NORTH CAUCASUS FEDERAL DISTRICT 274.6 274.8 100.1 19.5 22.2 113.8 14.2 15.9 111.5 240.9 236.8 98.3 Republic of Dagestan 94.7 96.9 102.3 3.9 4.8 122.7 4.0 5.0 124.3 86.8 87.1 100.4 Republic of Ingushetia 3.6 3.8 108.4 0.02 0.1 369.6 0.3 0.3 121.9 3.3 3.5 105.7 Kabardino-Balkaria 28.6 28.8 100.8 3.1 3.1 101.0 2.1 2.9 142.8 23.4 22.8 97.1 Karachay-Cherkess 21.2 22.5 106.5 1.0 2.3 222.0 2.1 2.1 102.1 18.1 18.1 100.3 Republic Republic of North Ossetia-Alania 26.0 20.7 79.7 1.6 2.6 161.2 2.2 1.8 81.4 22.2 16.3 73.6 The Chechen Republic 35.6 35.8 100.6 0.3 0.4 132.1 0.5 0.5 105.9 34.8 34.9 100.3 Stavropol Territory 65.0 66.2 101.7 9.5 8.9 93.5 3.2 3.2 101.8 52.3 54.0 103.2 VOLGA FEDERAL DISTRICT 1045.0 956.5 91.5 329.6 296.2 89.9 42.8 48.9 114.2 672.6 611.5 90.9 Republic of Bashkortostan 282.7 232.1 82.1 48.8 40.4 82.9 11.0 9.2 83.7 222.9 182.5 81.9 The Republic of Mari El 16.9 15.4 91.4 7.7 6.6 86.7 0.2 0.3 118.0 9.0 8.5 94.7 Republic of Mordovia 39.6 35.8 90.4 20.6 18.0 87.2 0.9 0.8 94.3 18.1 16.9 93.8 The Republic of Tatarstan 165.8 158.8 95.8 74.9 68.4 91.2 13.0 12.7 98.0 77.9 77.7 99.7 Udmurt Republic 56.9 54.3 95.3 35.2 32.5 92.3 1.4 1.4 103.5 20.3 20.3 100.0 Chuvash Republic 43.1 32 74.3 8.5 8.0 93.8 0.7 0.9 122.0 33.8 23.1 68.3 Perm 39.0 37.4 95.9 21.1 19.6 92.9 1.0 1.3 132.0 16.9 16.5 97.7 Kirov Region 43.2 39.5 91.3 27.3 25.6 93.6 0.7 0.4 59.7 15.2 13.5 88.7 Nizhny Novgorod region 42.5 41.8 98.5 22.4 22.2 99.2 2.8 3.3 116.6 17.3 16.3 94.6 Orenburg Region 105.6 93.9 88.9 32.1 26.3 81.8 2.7 4.0 150.6 70.8 63.5 89.7 Penza Region 43.2 42.7 98.9 9.8 8.9 90.6 0.8 1.1 135.1 32.5 32.6 100.4 Samara Region 35.1 37.3 106.2 8.2 7.5 91.4 1.0 4.4 446.3 26.0 25.5 98.0 Saratov Region 104.1 109.4
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