Production and Market Access Drive Consumption Up

An Expert's View about Poultry in Russia

Posted on: 26 Feb 2012

Russia’s broiler production is projected slightly lower than the previous estimate for 2012 but still 6% higher than 2011.

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: 2/21/2012 GAIN Report Number: RS1211 Russian Federation Poultry and Products Semi-annual Production and Market Access Drive Consumption Up Approved By: Scott Reynolds Prepared By: Morgan Haas, Mikhail Maksimenko Report Highlights: Russia’s broiler production is projected slightly lower than the previous estimate for 2012 but still 6% higher than 2011. Broiler imports are increased substantially, based in large part to the revised 2012 TRQ and expectations that Russia will continue unfettered imports from Belarus. Belarusian poultry exports to Russia in 2011 also far exceeded their bilateral agreement and resulted in a strong upward revision to that estimate. Exports remain reliant on Kazakhstan despite extravagant calls for substantial sales from Russian political leaders. Poultry consumption is set to rally, as TRQ quantity reductions are no more, thanks to WTO Accession, yet Russia remains poised to continue domestic support programs to continue increasing production. Summary FAS/Moscow’s production outlook for 2012 remains positive but less so than six months ago. Production remains supported by domestic support and high, albeit stable producer prices. Earlier production prospects have been limited as a result of supply pressures that have been brought about by WTO market access commitments and Russia’s openness to import unlimited quantities of Belarus poultry. The Ministry of Agriculture agrees the outlook for poultry production growth rate in 2012 will also slow from 2011. The 2011 production estimate has been adjusted slightly upwards to reflect preliminary year-end data and another strong second half for Russian poultry production. FAS/Moscow reversed the direction of the 2012 import forecast based on improved market access for poultry, which is now more favorable than in 2011. In total, the 2012 poultry TRQ will increase to 364,000 MT, as compared to 350,000 in 2011. This is also an upward revision from a July 2011 resolution, which would have otherwise set the 2012 TRQ at 330,000 MT. Furthermore, Russia’s demonstrated openness to keep its market open to imports from Belarus beyond agreed upon levels instills confidence that Russia will not enforce strict quotas with its Union State partner going forward. The estimate of 2011 imports reflects preliminary year-end data and Belarus trade reports. [Note: The Russian Federation and Belarus formed the Union State in 1996, and starting in 2011, began using it as a vehicle to manage bilateral poultry trade.] Exports, while adjusted upward for 2011, remain reliant on Kazakhstan despite extravagant calls for substantial sales in 2012 from Russian political leaders. FAS/Moscow forecasts broiler consumption will continue to fair well in 2012 as increased supply vis-à- vis increased domestic production and better access to imports keeps poultry retail prices growing less rapidly than the rest of the consumer basket. Table 1. Russia: Broiler Production, Supply & Demand, 1,000 MT (ready-to-cook) P 2010 2011 2012 oultry, Meat, Broiler R Market Year Begin: Jan 2010 Market Year Begin: Jan 2011 Market Year Begin: Jan 2012 ussia USDA Official New Post USDA Official New Post USDA Official New Post Production 2,310 2,310 2,520 2,575 2,750 2,725 Total Imports 633 633 390 500 354 510 Total Supply 2,943 2,943 2,910 3,075 3,104 3,235 Total Exports 5 5 3 35 5 50 Human Consumption 2,938 2,938 2,907 3,040 3,099 3,185 Total Dom. Consumption 2,938 2,938 2,907 3,040 3,099 3,185 Total Use 2,943 2,943 2,910 3,075 3,104 3,235 Total Distribution 2,943 2,943 2,910 3,075 3,104 3,235 Data included in this report is not official USDA data. Official USDA data is available at http://www.fas.usda.gov/psdonlineonline”. Production FAS/Moscow’s outlook for 2012 remains positive but less so than six months ago. Production remains supported by domestic support and high, albeit stable producer prices. Earlier production prospects have been limited as a result of supply pressures that have been brought about by WTO market access commitments and Russia’s openness to import unlimited quantities of Belarus poultry. The Ministry of Agriculture agrees the outlook for poultry production growth rate in 2012 will also slow from 2011. Stable prices and reduced production costs led profitability of the broiler industry in 2011 to increase to 24%, according to Ministry of Agriculture statistics. Looking forward to the remainder of 2012, as of January 1, the feed supply was 35% higher than a year ago. The Ministry of Agriculture reported its commission selected 74 investment projects for the poultry industry, valued at RUR48.8 billion ($1.57 billion) in 2011 for implementation between 2012 and 2014. In particular, it is known the Lipetsk, Tambov, and Belgorod regions presented investment projects valued at RUR15.3 billion, RUR5.8 billion, and RUR1.8 billion, respectively. According to the Russian Union of Poultry Producers (RUPP), in 2012, the Central and Volga region will grow faster compared to other regions as a result from these investment projects. From 2006 to 2011, Russia has invested more than RUR200 billion into construction and renovation of poultry facilities, adding 1.8 MMT (live weight) of poultry production. The top recipient regions during this period have been Belgorod (24%), Chelyabinsk (6%), Rostov (5%), and Leningrad (5%). RUPP considers WTO accession the major factor influencing the poultry industry in the future, and its campaign of import substitution has since been broadened to also consider price competitiveness. According to RUPP, in order to be efficient and competitive on the world poultry market, Russia should do the following during a four year transition period: adjust measures of poultry industry support in order to protect investments; subsidize loans for upgrading broiler facilities; support deep processing of broilers; build cold storages; develop logistics; develop breeding and genetic centers FAS/Moscow’s 2011 production estimate has been adjusted slightly upwards to reflect preliminary year- end data and another strong second half for Russian poultry production. Preliminary 2011 Flock Results According to Russia’s State Statistical Service (Rosstat), the total poultry flock totaled 471 million head at all types of poultry producing establishments at the beginning of 2012, 4.8% higher than the previous year. Agricultural establishments held 369 million head, 6.3% higher than the previous year. FAS/Moscow considers 82% of the flock as broilers. Preliminary 2011 Production Results Rosstat reported poultry production of all types increased 11.5% in 2011 to 4.3 MMT (live weight). FAS/Moscow considers a conversion factor from live weight to ready-to-cook of 73%. Graph 1. Russia: Monthly Poultry Production at Agricultural Enterprises, MT (live weight) Source: Rosstat Production remained concentrated in the Central Federal District of Russia, which grew at 10% and accounted for 37% of total production. The fastest growing Districts in 2011 were the Northwest Federal District, North Caucus Federal District, and Southern Federal District, which grew at 19%. However, combined these three districts still only accounted for 28% of total production. All but 19 of the 78 producing regions increased production. The regions that added the most poultry production in 2011 were Belgorod (76.6 TMT), Kransnodar (41.8 TMT), Leningrad (38.2 TMT), Rostov (29.8 TMT), and Chelyabinsk (22.8 TMT). Roughly 90% of poultry production growth in 2011 was provided by 14 poultry companies. The largest gains were provided by Cherkizovo, but in large part, these were additions through acquisitions. Table 2. Russia: Largest Poultry Producers Company Change in Production 2011 2010 Production % of Total Production % of Total Prioskoliye +13,000 366,000 14% 353,000 15% Cherkizovo +82,000 255,000 10% 173,000 7% ZAO Severnaya 0 163,000 6% 163,000 7% Resurs 0 151,000 6% 151,000 6% Belgrankorm 0 148,000 6% 148,000 6% Prodo-Trade -20,000 127,000 5% 147,000 6% Belaya Ptitsa +4,000 77,000 3% 73,000 3% Source: Russian Union of Poultry Producers Trade Imports FAS/Moscow reversed the direction of the 2012 import forecast based on improved market access for poultry, which is now more favorable than in 2011. In total, the 2012 poultry TRQ will increase to 364,000 MT, as compared to 350,000 in 2011. This is also an upward revision from a July 2011 resolution, which would have otherwise set the 2012 TRQ at 330,000 MT. Furthermore, Russia’s demonstrated openness to keep its market open to imports from Belarus beyond agreed upon levels instills confidence that Russia will not enforce strict quotas with its Union State partner going forward. [Note: The Russian Federation and Belarus formed the Union State in 1996, and starting in 2011, began using it as a vehicle to manage bilateral poultry trade.] After competing without country-specific quotas in 2011, 2012 presents new TRQs divisions among poultry products. Through October 2011, the United States and Brazil represented 86% and 12% of the trade that makes up the newly established 250,000 MT broiler bone-in meat TRQ in 2012. At the same time, the European Union, Brazil, and the United States represented 44%, 35%, and 16% of the trade that makes up the newly established broiler boneless meat TRQ, which is 250,000 MT in 2012. However, in 2012 and after WTO Accession, 80% of this TRQ will be reserved for the European Union. In total, it is currently set at 70,000 MT, and it will increase to 100,000 MT upon WTO Accession. FAS/Moscow substantially increased its estimate of 2011 imports based on preliminary year-end data and Belarus trade reports. While Federal Customs Service data through October report poultry imports totaled only 315,000 MT (down 9% from 2010), preliminary year-end data reports 2011 imports totaled 418,800 MT (down 36% from 2010). Through October, the Federal Customs Service indicates broiler meat represented 92% of this trade. All these figures exclude Belarusian trade and are limited to raw poultry (HS-0207). Imports into the Special Economic Zones of Kaliningrad and Magadan, where TRQ is not necessary for further processing, were relatively flat through October, down 1.2% from the previous period. According to Russia’s Institute for Agricultural Market Studies, Belarus poultry exports to the world totaled 74,000 MT in 2011, and 60,000 MT was destined for Russia. Other industry sources have indicated this figure may have been higher than 65,000 MT. At the end of 2010, Belarus and Russia agreed that Belarus would export 10,000 MT of poultry to Russia – but due to state-set prices in Belarus, high Russian prices, and no control to enforce the agreement, Belarus exporters were able to take advantage of the lucrative Russian market. Another duty-free, quota-free supplier, Ukraine, emerged as a Russian poultry supplier in 2011, exporting over 5,000 MT of broiler meat through October. The exports are notable as they were the only sizeable quantities of whole birds since Russia excluded them from the TRQ, hitting Brazilian exports the hardest. Through October, Russian imports of prepared broiler meat was on pace to nearly double in 2011 to 18- 19,000 MT (excluding Belarus), 77% of which came from European Union. Exports Russia’s broiler meat exports remain virtually nonexistent outside the Russia-Belarus-Kazakhstan Customs Union despite continued statements from senior cabinet officials that Russia will offer 200,000-250,000 MT for export in 2012. Such figures appear overwhelmingly reliant on chicken paws as such aspirations are disconnected from the economic reality of Russia’s price competitiveness as well as Russia’s ability at present to meet the sanitary, veterinary, and technical requirements of foreign markets. However, it has become more clear that quota-free, duty-free access as well as equivalency among the veterinary services of the Customs Union has provided Russia (along with Belarus) privileged access to Kazakhstan. As a result of a restrictive tariff-rate quota system installed in Kazakhstan since 2010, it has become an outlet for the vast majority of limited Russian poultry meat exports. While cross-border trade has not been recorded by Customs since mid-2010, industry sources indicate Russia’s exports to Kazakhstan were 30-40,000 MT in 2011. In 2012, competition within the Kazakh market, combined with its limited overall market size constricts FAS/Moscow’s expectations that Russia’s exports will grow substantially. Consumption FAS/Moscow forecasts broiler consumption will continue to fair well in 2012 as increased supply vis-à- vis increased domestic production and better access to imports keeps poultry retail prices growing less rapidly than the rest of the consumer basket. The Ministry of Agriculture plans to increase total poultry consumption to 30 kg per capita in the near future. One credible vehicle for achieving further increases besides relatively lower consumer prices includes state-sponsored food nutrition programs. According to the Ministry of Economic Development, average 2011 prices for food products increased 10% in Russia. Beef (excluding boneless) prices increased 21.7% (6.6% in 2010). Pork (excluding boneless) prices increased 7.9% (2.6% in 2010). Meanwhile, poultry meat prices were flat – 0.1% growth. At the same time, real salaries increased 3.5%, compared to 5.2% in 2010. Annual inflation fell to a record (since 1991) to 6.1%. The previous low was 8.8% in both 2009 and 2010. All these factors led to increased consumer purchases of poultry products. Processor and retail prices began a seasonal climb again at the end of 2011; however, only the processors price for domestic chicken leg quarters had clearly surpassed the previous record highs experienced in 2010. Graph 2. Russia: Processer and Retail Prices for Poultry Other relevant reports Customs Union Announces 2012 Meat and Poultry TRQs Union State Increases Meat and Dairy Quotas in 2012 Customs Clearance Points for Raw Meat and Poultry Production Tables Table 3. Russia: Poultry Production at Ag Enterprises by Month, 1,000 MT (Live Weight) Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total 201 269. 260. 290. 287. 283. 267. 271. 271. 289. 297. 302. 330. 3,418. 0 0 2 1 2 9 0 7 2 9 7 3 1 4 201 297. 287. 318. 309. 324. 316. 304. 314. 321. 338. 346. 381. 3,858. 1 5 2 2 7 4 2 9 0 2 1 4 0 4 Source: Rosstat, http://www.gks.ru/ Table 4. Russia: Average Farm-gate Prices at the End of the Year, RUR/MT (Live Weight) 2000 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Poultry 20,481 40,813 39,822 43,350 45,075 54,230 52,966 Swine 20,152 50,420 51,821 49,051 60,988 69,263 69,748 Cattle 14,142 34,003 39,235 41,762 45,641 54,371 55951 Sheep/Goats 12,009 29,199 30,356 33,647 37,571 42,043 45,174 Source: Rosstat, http://www.gks.ru/ Table 5. Russia: Production of Processed Meat and Poultry Products, 1,000MT 2010 2011 ‘11/10 ‘10/09 Poultry meat and offal 2,739 2,980 108.8 114.7 Meat and offal of slaughter animals 1,140 1,211 106.2 115.6 --Beef, fresh and chilled 199 183 92.0 99.4 --Pork, fresh and chilled 739 812 109.9 121.4 Fat of cattle, sheep, goats and pigs 17.4 18.7 107.5 96.2 Sausage 1,572 1,580 100.5 105.4 Canned meat, million 325-gram cans 552 538 97.5 97.4 Source: Rosstat, http://www.gks.ru/bgd/regl/b09_01/Main.htm Table 6. Russia: Poultry Inventory at the End of the Year, Thousand Head All Types Ag Enterprises Farms Households 2010 2011 ‘11/10 2010 2011 ‘11/10 2010 2011 ‘11/10 2010 2011 ‘11/10 RUSSIAN FEDERATION 449,296.3 471,013.7 104.8 348,044.8 369,709.6 106.2 4,691.5 5,522.5 117.7 96,560.0 95,781.6 99.2 CENTRAL FEDERAL DISTRICT 131,528.8 136,541.6 103.8 110,150.1 115,366.1 104.7 359.8 373.8 103.9 21,018.9 20,801.6 99.0 Belgorod region 47,739.3 47,646.4 99.8 45,359.3 45,294.7 99.9 23.6 18.9 80.1 2,356.4 2,332.8 99.0 Bryansk region 6,857.4 6,609.0 96.4 5,378.7 5,142.0 95.6 6.8 6.9 101.4 1,471.9 1,460.1 99.2 Vladimir Region 4,005.5 3,622.0 90.4 3,626.7 3,290.0 90.7 53.7 25.4 47.4 325.1 306.5 94.3 Voronezh Region 11,914.2 14,019.1 117.7 6,562.2 8,608.2 131.2 30.5 36.2 118.9 5,321.5 5,374.7 101.0 Ivanovo region 2,958.4 2,963.2 100.2 2,729.5 2,733.1 100.1 1.4 2.5 180.9 227.5 227.5 100.0 Kaluga region 3,703.9 3,238.6 87.4 3,246.0 2,790.9 86.0 6.5 5.3 80.5 451.4 442.4 98.0 Kostroma region 3,492.5 3,691.8 105.7 3,314.1 3,521.9 106.3 7.4 7.1 95.7 171.0 162.8 95.2 Kursk region 2,787.9 2,900.0 104.0 1,047.8 1,018.5 97.2 10.3 8.8 85.8 1,729.7 1,872.6 108.3 Lipetsk region 9,462.5 9,745.0 103.0 7,936.7 8,250.0 103.9 10.5 8.4 80.4 1,515.3 1,486.5 98.1 Moscow region 11,252.1 11,455.7 101.8 10,737.7 10,954.2 102.0 12.3 7.5 60.9 502.1 494.0 98.4 Orel Region 3,516.2 3,589.9 102.1 754.9 978.2 129.6 10.9 7.3 67.1 2,750.3 2,604.4 94.7 Ryazan Region 4,995.8 5,101.3 102.1 4,210.5 4,362.3 103.6 4.7 4.8 102.9 780.6 734.2 94.1 Smolensk region 1,519.9 1,566.4 103.1 726.0 803.8 110.7 4.5 4.8 107.3 789.4 757.8 96.0 Tambov region 1,925.6 5,236.1 271.9 400.8 3,711.7 926.1 20.3 22.4 110.3 1,504.5 1,502.0 99.8 Tver region 3,145.7 3,137.1 99.7 2,768.0 2,767.2 100.0 7.7 20.8 270.3 370.0 349.0 94.3 Tula Region 4,820.6 3,927.7 81.5 4,225.5 3,369.6 79.7 17.5 16.2 92.6 577.6 541.9 93.8 Yaroslavl Region 7,431.4 8,092.3 108.9 7,125.7 7,769.7 109.0 131.1 170.3 129.9 174.5 152.2 87.2 NORTHWEST FEDERAL DISTRICT 41,362.8 44,113.7 106.7 40,233.8 42,987.4 106.8 109.2 116.1 106.4 1,019.8 1,010.2 99.1 The Republic of Karelia 516.4 407.4 78.9 486.8 378.8 77.8 2.4 1.8 77.7 27.3 26.8 98.2 The Republic of Komi 1,870.5 1,855.3 99.2 1,855.0 1,832.3 98.8 2.9 8.3 282.1 12.6 14.7 116.7 Arkhangelsk Region 2,218.2 2,823.8 127.3 2,185.2 2,789.8 127.7 0.2 0.2 92.9 32.8 33.9 103.2 Vologda Region 3,815.9 4,332.6 113.5 3,677.1 4,191.2 114.0 32.2 33.8 104.8 106.6 107.6 101.0 The Kaliningrad region 1,494.4 1,595.7 106.8 1,174.3 1,284.0 109.3 15.8 15.7 99.1 304.3 296.0 97.3 Leningrad Region 23,006.9 25,493.4 110.8 22,836.9 25,325.2 110.9 8.6 7.3 85.4 161.4 160.9 99.7 The Murmansk region 933.9 721.5 77.3 893.4 679.4 76.0 38.4 40.0 104.3 2.1 2.1 99.2 Novgorod region 5,750.5 5,463.4 95.0 5,591.5 5,295.9 94.7 4.7 4.5 97.0 154.4 163.0 105.6 Pskov Region 1,755.9 1,420.6 80.9 1,533.6 1,210.8 79.0 4.1 4.5 111.7 218.3 205.3 94.0 SOUTHERN FEDERAL DISTRICT 58,210.7 61,633.2 105.9 31,714.9 34,167.7 107.7 872.8 734.3 84.1 25,622.9 26,731.3 104.3 Republic of Adygea 3,442.2 3,342.1 97.1 2,704.3 2,567.2 94.9 92.7 96.8 104.4 645.1 678.0 105.1 Republic of Kalmykia 249.7 230.5 92.3 0.6 0.5 83.3 19.3 21.1 109.2 229.8 208.9 90.9 Krasnodar region 22,003.9 22,831.8 103.8 12,260.7 12,680.3 103.4 331.5 340.5 102.7 9,411.7 9,811.0 104.2 Astrakhan Region 1,422.6 1,551.9 109.1 1,203.1 1,314.6 109.3 30.9 27.1 87.8 188.6 210.1 111.4 The Volgograd Region 9,356.1 9,518.8 101.7 3,960.7 4,150.8 104.8 55.5 39.1 70.4 5,339.9 5,328.9 99.8 Rostov Region 21,736.2 24,158.2 111.1 11,585.5 13,454.2 116.1 342.9 209.6 61.1 9,807.9 10,494.4 107.0 NORTH CAUCASUS FEDERAL DISTRICT 24,297.0 27,719.9 114.1 11,210.9 13,892.6 123.9 1,040.6 1,764.2 169.5 12,045.5 12,063.1 100.1 Republic of Dagestan 2,377.2 3,012.0 126.7 305.2 505.2 165.5 96.0 410.2 427.3 1,976.0 2,096.7 106.1 Republic of Ingushetia 262.4 254.7 97.1 61.3 67.6 110.4 201.1 187.1 93.0 Kabardino-Balkaria 3,120.0 3,639.7 116.7 738.1 925.6 125.4 453.4 831.7 183.4 1,928.5 1,882.4 97.6 Karachay-Cherkess Republic 2,494.9 2,616.6 104.9 1,054.7 1,096.7 104.0 24.9 16.1 64.6 1,415.3 1,503.8 106.3 Republic of North Ossetia-Alania 1,683.9 1,692.7 100.5 588.2 758.3 128.9 32.9 44.1 133.8 1,062.7 890.3 83.8 The Chechen Republic 950.0 1,008.1 106.1 67.1 138.3 206.3 6.9 7.3 105.9 876.0 862.4 98.4 Stavropol Territory 13,408.7 15,496.0 115.6 8,457.5 10,468.4 123.8 365.3 387.2 106.0 4,585.9 4,640.4 101.2 VOLGA FEDERAL DISTRICT 93,389.0 94,966.6 101.7 70,551.1 73,632.9 104.4 1,791.3 1,858.3 103.7 21,046.5 19,475.5 92.5 Republic of Bashkortostan 11,296.7 10,370.2 91.8 6,423.5 6,649.1 103.5 350.0 328.7 93.9 4,523.2 3,392.4 75.0 The Republic of Mari El 3,054.2 4,388.0 143.7 2,587.5 3,991.8 154.3 41.9 38.6 92.0 424.8 357.6 84.2 Republic of Mordovia 8,791.7 8,981.0 102.2 7,790.7 7,881.7 101.2 0.7 35.4 … 1,000.4 1,064.0 106.4 The Republic of Tatarstan 13,920.9 14,094.6 101.2 11,006.7 11,178.5 101.6 879.3 879.9 100.1 2,034.9 2,036.3 100.1 Udmurt Republic 6,469.5 6,447.3 99.7 5,199.7 5,177.6 99.6 11.8 11.9 100.1 1,257.9 1,257.9 100.0 Chuvash Republic 2,461.1 2,992.0 121.6 1,781.7 2,284.3 128.2 50.5 60.4 119.6 628.9 647.3 102.9 Perm 6,614.7 6,757.0 102.2 6,244.3 6,370.9 102.0 30.9 47.8 154.7 339.6 338.4 99.6 Kirov Region 2,606.5 2,174.1 83.4 2,302.1 1,875.6 81.5 4.6 4.5 99.3 299.8 293.9 98.0 Nizhny Novgorod region 9,469.4 9,039.6 95.5 8,081.8 7,840.2 97.0 5.5 8.3 150.6 1,382.1 1,191.1 86.2 Orenburg Region 8,784.0 8,064.9 91.8 5,565.8 5,436.4 97.7 50.4 42.6 84.5 3,167.7 2,586.0 81.6 Penza Region 6,650.7 7,698.0 115.7 5,149.9 6,242.6 121.2 81.7 28.9 35.3 1,419.1 1,426.5 100.5 Samara Region 3,304.9 3,496.7 105.8 1,815.5 2,026.9 111.6 5.1 13.8 268.3 1,484.2 1,456.0 98.1 Saratov Region 6,385.4 6,581.7 103.1 3,694.8 3,530.2 95.5 216.3 229.5 106.1 2,474.3 2,822.1 114.1 Ulyanovsk Region 3,579.2 3,881.5 108.4 2,907.2 3,147.2 108.3 62.6 128.2 204.9 609.5 606.1 99.5 URAL FEDERAL DISTRICT 37,425.3 40,284.0 107.6 34,202.2 37,096.7 108.5 153.1 191.2 124.9 3,070.0 2,996.1 97.6 Kurgan region 1,606.3 1,667.9 103.8 773.7 741.9 95.9 22.1 26.0 117.4 810.4 900.0 111.1 Sverdlovsk region 11,605.2 12,139.7 104.6 11,180.6 11,732.2 104.9 76.0 96.9 127.5 348.6 310.6 89.1 Tyumen Region 7,899.7 8,293.2 105.0 7,323.2 7,697.8 105.1 32.4 46.5 143.2 544.1 549.0 100.9 Chelyabinsk region 16,314.2 18,183.2 111.5 14,924.7 16,924.8 113.4 22.5 21.8 97.1 1,367.0 1,236.5 90.5 SIBERIAN FEDERAL DISTRICT 52,480.0 55,054.9 104.9 41,098.6 43,651.1 106.2 238.1 274.5 115.3 11,143.3 11,129.2 99.9 The Altai Republic 93.5 83.0 88.8 0.0 0.0 37.9 2.4 2.5 105.0 91.1 80.5 88.4 The Republic of Buryatia 428.3 416.9 97.3 243.3 239.3 98.3 12.3 13.0 105.8 172.7 164.6 95.3 Republic of Tyva 88.5 23.0 26.0 72.8 8.3 11.4 0.3 0.2 76.6 15.4 14.5 94.1 Republic of Khakassia 1,346.6 1,355.6 100.7 1,019.9 1,137.0 111.5 4.2 3.1 72.7 322.5 215.5 66.8 Altai Territory 10,854.7 11,199.3 103.2 6,734.6 7,159.2 106.3 70.2 50.1 71.4 4,050.0 3,990.0 98.5 Trans-Baikal Territory 678.7 643.6 94.8 154.1 134.8 87.5 21.0 20.3 96.4 503.6 488.5 97.0 Krasnoyarsk Territory 7,414.4 8,256.2 111.4 6,004.3 6,849.4 114.1 53.6 49.0 91.4 1,356.5 1,357.8 100.1 Irkutsk Region 7,187.9 7,228.3 100.6 6,330.7 6,357.8 100.4 4.6 6.8 148.2 852.7 863.7 101.3 Kemerovo region 5,373.5 5,850.0 108.9 4,601.3 5,034.0 109.4 4.8 64.0 … 767.3 752.0 98.0 Novosibirsk Region 9,080.8 9,206.2 101.4 8,019.5 8,150.2 101.6 26.5 29.6 111.4 1,034.8 1,026.4 99.2 Omsk region 7,180.1 7,233.6 100.7 5,292.2 5,165.0 97.6 18.5 16.5 89.3 1,869.4 2,052.1 109.8 Tomsk Region 2,752.9 3,559.2 129.3 2,625.9 3,416.2 130.1 19.8 19.6 99.2 107.3 123.4 115.0 FAR EASTERN FEDERAL DISTRICT 10,602.9 10,699.8 100.9 8,883.2 8,915.1 100.4 126.6 210.2 166.0 1,593.1 1,574.6 98.8 The Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) 938.0 777.3 82.9 872.3 719.1 82.4 10.7 6.3 58.6 55.0 51.9 94.4 Kamchatka 288.7 247.6 85.8 241.6 200.5 83.0 2.7 2.7 102.2 44.4 44.4 99.9 Primorsky Krai 3,975.3 4,289.5 107.9 3,318.0 3,640.6 109.7 8.9 10.2 114.9 648.4 638.7 98.5 Khabarovsk Territory 1,842.9 1,844.2 100.1 1,685.3 1,686.3 100.1 1.7 1.8 101.0 155.8 156.2 100.2 Amur Region 2,658.1 2,701.8 101.6 2,132.6 2,128.4 99.8 61.0 112.7 184.8 464.4 460.7 99.2 Magadan region 131.5 96.1 73.1 108.7 74.9 69.0 11.9 10.2 85.8 11.0 11.0 100.2 Sakhalin Region 641.9 587.5 91.5 511.3 452.9 88.6 2.3 6.4 277.0 128.2 128.2 100.0 Jewish Autonomous Region 112.9 143.3 126.9 0.3 0.5 162.8 27.4 59.8 218.6 85.2 83.0 97.4 Chukotka Autonomous District 13.5 12.4 91.7 12.9 11.9 92.2 0.5 0.4 78.6 Sou rce: Rosstat, Production of Livestock Products and Animal Numbers in All Categories for 2011, Tab 11 http://www.gks.ru/free_doc/doc_2011/bul_dr/prod- j11_4.rar Table 7. Russia: Poultry Production, Thousand MT (Live Weight) All Types Ag Enterprises Farms Households 2010 2011 ‘11/10 2010 2011 ‘11/10 2010 2011 ‘11/10 2010 2011 ‘11/10 RUSSIAN FEDERATION 3,866.5 4,310.1 111.5 3,418.4 3,858.4 112.9 24.2 33.9 139.9 423.8 417.8 98.6 CENTRAL FEDERAL DISTRICT 1,396.5 1,543.0 110.5 1,313.0 1,460.1 111.2 1.4 2.2 154.1 82.1 80.7 98.3 Belgorod region 626.2 702.8 112.2 617.6 694.3 112.4 0.0 0.0 87.6 8.5 8.5 99.2 Bryansk region 63.3 81.0 128.1 57.7 75.7 131.3 0.0 0.0 200.0 5.6 5.3 95.6 Vladimir Region 21.9 23.0 105.0 21.6 22.8 105.3 0.0 401.2 0.3 0.2 79.0 Voronezh Region 99.5 119.8 120.5 81.8 101.6 124.1 0.1 0.1 152.3 17.6 18.1 103.2 Ivanovo region 19.8 23.8 120.3 19.6 23.6 120.7 71.3 0.2 0.2 79.8 Kaluga region 51.3 52.8 102.7 49.4 50.9 103.1 133.3 2.0 1.9 95.0 Kostroma region 11.5 12.5 108.8 11.0 12.2 110.1 0.5 0.4 79.2 Kursk region 41.2 31.7 76.9 25.9 15.9 61.5 0.0 0.0 77.8 15.2 15.7 103.2 Lipetsk region 98.0 111.7 114.0 93.7 107.1 114.3 0.0 0.4 … 4.3 4.2 97.2 Moscow region 173.1 183.6 106.1 166.9 177.6 106.5 0.0 0.0 46.9 6.2 5.9 95.8 Orel Region 26.1 20.3 78.1 20.1 14.1 70.4 0.0 0.0 100.0 5.9 6.2 103.9 Ryazan Region 26.1 24.6 94.5 24.4 23.0 94.4 102.3 1.7 1.6 96.3 Smolensk region 4.5 4.5 101.1 0.5 0.7 152.9 0.0 331.7 4.0 3.8 95.0 Tambov region 3.0 12.7 426.2 0.4 10.6 … 0.1 0.1 158.9 2.6 2.0 76.7 Tver region 37.6 49.2 130.9 37.4 49.0 131.1 0.0 0.0 423.1 0.3 0.2 96.2 Tula Region 55.6 43.2 77.7 49.0 36.9 75.3 0.0 0.0 190.7 6.6 6.3 94.9 Yaroslavl Region 38.0 45.6 119.9 36.3 44.1 121.5 1.1 1.4 122.0 0.6 0.1 20.5 NORTHWEST FEDERAL DISTRICT 367.7 437.8 119.1 365.8 436.1 119.2 0.1 0.1 101.4 1.8 1.7 94.7 The Republic of Karelia 6.3 6.8 108.0 6.3 6.8 108.1 233.9 0.0 0.0 88.7 The Republic of Komi 16.9 19.2 113.6 16.9 19.2 113.5 0.0 524.4 0.0 0.0 114.0 Arkhangelsk Region 18.7 30.7 164.1 18.7 30.7 164.2 0.0 0.0 99.5 Vologda Region 27.9 26.3 94.3 27.6 26.0 94.2 0.0 0.0 109.2 0.4 0.4 99.9 The Kaliningrad region 17.5 17.2 98.4 17.0 16.8 98.5 0.0 0.0 83.0 0.4 0.4 97.5 Leningrad Region 175.8 214.0 121.7 175.2 213.5 121.8 0.0 0.0 96.3 0.6 0.5 89.1 The Murmansk region 4.7 7.5 161.3 4.7 7.5 161.5 0.0 58.0 Novgorod region 79.2 94.4 119.2 79.1 94.3 119.2 114.1 0.1 0.1 101.8 Pskov Region 20.6 21.6 104.6 20.4 21.3 104.8 0.0 60.0 0.3 0.2 91.6 SOUTHERN FEDERAL DISTRICT 428.3 507.6 118.5 317.5 393.9 124.1 3.8 4.4 117.3 107.0 109.2 102.0 Republic of Adygea 37.9 42.2 111.5 34.5 39.0 113.0 0.4 0.8 200.9 2.9 2.4 80.5 Republic of Kalmykia 1.0 1.0 100.3 0.0 0.0 103.1 1.0 1.0 100.1 Krasnodar region 180.5 222.3 123.1 112.8 153.8 136.3 2.3 2.5 109.0 65.4 66.0 100.9 Astrakhan Region 2.9 4.5 153.5 2.7 4.3 159.4 0.1 0.1 100.7 0.2 0.2 94.3 The Volgograd Region 56.7 58.5 103.1 41.4 43.2 104.1 0.1 0.1 93.5 15.2 15.2 100.4 Rostov Region 149.3 179.1 120.0 126.0 153.7 121.9 0.9 0.9 103.3 22.4 24.5 109.5 NORTH CAUCASUS FEDERAL DISTRICT 221.8 263.8 118.9 152.0 182.0 119.7 13.4 20.6 153.4 56.4 61.2 108.5 Republic of Dagestan 10.6 15.3 143.7 2.5 5.8 230.0 0.4 1.2 316.8 7.7 8.3 107.1 Republic of Ingushetia 0.8 0.8 98.6 0.1 0.1 75.7 0.1 0.2 128.4 0.6 0.5 93.5 Kabardino-Balkaria 30.1 39.7 132.2 11.1 14.6 131.4 10.2 16.5 162.3 8.8 8.6 98.3 Karachay-Cherkess Republic 14.2 20.2 141.9 11.5 12.6 110.3 0.0 0.1 340.9 2.7 7.5 272.4 Republic of North Ossetia-Alania 16.3 19.1 117.3 12.1 15.4 127.7 0.0 0.0 57.8 4.2 3.7 87.6 The Chechen Republic 1.8 1.8 100.8 0.6 0.7 102.3 0.0 0.0 104.9 1.2 1.2 100.0 Stavropol Territory 148.1 166.9 112.7 114.2 132.9 116.4 2.7 2.6 97.7 31.2 31.5 100.8 VOLGA FEDERAL DISTRICT 634.3 683.5 107.8 529.8 587.6 110.9 4.5 5.6 124.8 100.1 90.3 90.2 Republic of Bashkortostan 65.3 61.3 93.9 38.1 43.5 114.2 1.0 1.1 106.5 26.1 16.7 63.9 The Republic of Mari El 30.5 41.4 135.6 27.0 38.6 143.1 0.0 19.8 3.5 2.8 78.8 Republic of Mordovia 40.5 53.0 130.8 39.9 52.4 131.5 0.6 0.5 86.4 The Republic of Tatarstan 133.5 141.5 106.0 111.8 118.9 106.4 2.6 3.6 136.2 19.1 19.0 99.6 Udmurt Republic 35.5 39.0 110.1 32.1 35.7 111.1 0.0 0.0 148.0 3.3 3.3 99.8 Chuvash Republic 21.1 24.2 114.8 15.3 17.7 115.8 0.1 0.1 157.8 5.8 6.5 112.0 Perm 43.1 42.2 98.0 41.9 41.1 98.1 0.1 0.1 60.9 1.0 1.0 99.7 Kirov Region 8.7 5.2 59.0 7.5 4.2 56.1 426.6 1.2 0.9 76.8 Nizhny Novgorod region 49.3 53.0 107.4 48.2 51.9 107.7 0.0 0.0 120.0 1.2 1.1 95.1 Orenburg Region 54.9 51.2 93.3 41.2 33.6 81.5 0.2 0.2 104.4 13.5 17.4 129.1 Penza Region 72.8 84.2 115.6 67.0 81.1 121.1 0.0 0.1 171.2 5.8 3.1 52.7 Samara Region 39.3 39.3 99.8 29.8 30.6 102.7 0.0 0.1 247.8 9.5 8.6 90.6 Saratov Region 27.6 27.9 101.0 20.6 20.9 101.9 0.3 0.3 79.4 6.7 6.7 99.4 Ulyanovsk Region 12.2 20.1 165.3 9.5 17.3 182.7 0.0 0.2 391.6 2.7 2.7 99.9 URAL FEDERAL DISTRICT 342.7 370.4 108.1 325.2 353.7 108.8 0.2 0.3 128.4 17.2 16.4 95.3 Kurgan region 12.4 12.7 103.0 9.4 9.5 102.0 0.0 0.0 108.8 3.0 3.2 106.3 Sverdlovsk region 114.9 116.9 101.7 106.2 108.9 102.5 0.0 0.0 112.0 8.6 7.9 91.7 Tyumen Region 40.8 43.4 106.3 38.9 41.5 106.5 0.1 0.2 229.8 1.8 1.7 99.0 Chelyabinsk region 174.6 197.4 113.1 170.7 193.8 113.5 0.1 0.1 59.8 3.9 3.6 93.1 SIBERIAN FEDERAL DISTRICT 401.3 426.1 106.2 345.6 371.4 107.5 0.6 0.5 88.3 55.1 54.2 98.4 The Altai Republic 0.5 0.5 95.7 0.0 0.0 106.7 0.5 0.5 95.4 The Republic of Buryatia 0.3 0.3 107.5 0.1 0.1 118.5 0.0 401.5 0.2 0.2 97.1 Republic of Tyva 0.4 0.2 69.8 0.3 0.2 67.0 65.4 0.0 0.0 168.8 Republic of Khakassia 13.8 13.9 101.3 12.0 12.5 104.4 0.0 0.0 70.8 1.7 1.4 79.7 Altai Territory 79.9 82.4 103.1 71.1 74.4 104.7 0.2 0.1 54.9 8.6 7.9 91.5 Trans-Baikal Territory 0.6 0.6 95.9 0.1 0.1 84.8 0.0 0.0 116.9 0.5 0.5 96.9 Krasnoyarsk Territory 57.1 59.4 104.1 54.8 57.2 104.4 0.0 0.1 196.8 2.2 2.1 93.8 Irkutsk Region 42.8 47.1 110.0 39.2 43.8 111.7 0.0 0.0 100.0 3.6 3.3 91.3 Kemerovo region 31.5 34.9 111.0 29.9 33.4 111.4 0.0 0.0 195.7 1.5 1.5 101.3 Novosibirsk Region 64.1 76.5 119.4 43.6 56.4 129.4 0.2 0.2 84.5 20.2 19.8 98.0 Omsk region 64.5 66.3 102.9 49.9 50.7 101.6 0.1 0.1 78.3 14.4 15.5 107.6 Tomsk Region 46.0 44.0 95.5 44.5 42.5 95.4 0.0 0.0 125.0 1.5 1.5 99.4 FAR EASTERN FEDERAL DISTRICT 73.8 77.9 105.6 69.5 73.7 106.1 0.2 0.2 77.7 4.1 4.0 98.7 The Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) 4.7 4.5 95.4 4.6 4.5 97.9 0.0 0.1 Kamchatka 0.5 0.4 83.1 0.3 0.2 72.7 0.0 0.0 105.6 0.2 0.2 99.5 Primorsky Krai 33.9 35.3 104.1 33.0 34.4 104.4 0.0 0.0 66.1 0.9 0.9 96.8 Khabarovsk Territory 10.2 10.5 103.0 9.5 9.8 103.2 0.0 0.0 124.4 0.7 0.7 100.1 Amur Region 23.7 26.3 111.2 21.7 24.3 112.0 0.1 0.1 87.2 1.9 2.0 103.5 Magadan region 0.0 0.0 59.1 0.0 62.0 0.0 0.0 47.9 102.5 Sakhalin Region 0.5 0.6 123.3 0.4 0.5 125.6 50.0 0.1 0.1 114.9 Jewish Autonomous Region 0.2 0.2 97.6 0.1 0.1 94.0 0.2 0.2 98.5 Chukotka Autonomous District 0.0 35.1 0.0 35.1 Source: Rosstat, Production of Livestock Products and Animal Numbers in All Categories for 2011, Tabs 21 and 63 http://www.gks.ru/free_doc/doc_2011/bul_dr/prod-j11_4.rar Table 8. Russia: Egg Production, Thousand Eggs All Types Ag Enterprises Farms Households 2010 2011 ‘11/10 2010 2011 ‘11/10 2010 2011 ‘11/10 2010 2011 ‘11/10 RUSSIAN FEDERATION 40,599.2 41,037.8 101.1 31,315.7 31,817.8 101.6 303.5 322.2 106.2 8,980.0 8,897.8 99.1 CENTRAL FEDERAL DISTRICT 8,555.9 8,531.0 99.7 6,714.2 6,728.0 100.2 15.6 18.4 117.6 1,826.1 1,784.6 97.7 Belgorod region 1,485.1 1,477.9 99.5 1,340.9 1,348.2 100.5 0.9 1.0 117.3 143.2 128.6 89.8 Bryansk region 319.1 313.9 98.3 172.5 168.5 97.7 0.6 0.7 125.5 146.0 144.7 99.1 Vladimir Region 512.1 511.8 99.9 458.0 467.3 102.0 0.7 2.3 326.0 53.5 42.2 79.0 Voronezh Region 673.5 725.9 107.8 352.1 400.6 113.8 2.1 2.5 118.4 319.3 322.8 101.1 Ivanovo region 376.1 379.5 100.9 353.1 357.2 101.2 0.1 0.1 74.2 22.8 22.2 97.0 Kaluga region 170.5 111.9 65.6 108.7 50.9 46.8 0.7 0.6 79.9 61.1 60.5 99.0 Kostroma region 611.9 645.5 105.5 582.9 617.4 105.9 0.2 1.3 829.7 28.8 26.8 93.1 Kursk region 231.3 232.3 100.4 27.3 20.1 73.7 0.8 0.6 77.4 203.2 211.5 104.1 Lipetsk region 523.8 546.5 104.3 384.8 410.4 106.7 0.6 0.7 117.1 138.5 135.4 97.8 Moscow region 511.9 325.5 63.6 455.2 270.5 59.4 1.2 0.8 64.3 55.4 54.2 97.8 Orel Region 187.7 170.6 90.9 41.0 19.9 48.6 0.9 0.9 95.7 145.8 149.8 102.7 Ryazan Region 649.4 685.9 105.6 563.3 604.3 107.3 0.3 0.3 97.3 85.8 81.3 94.7 Smolensk region 233.3 260.8 111.8 142.9 174.1 121.8 0.5 0.4 82.7 89.9 86.3 96.0 Tambov region 223.7 221.4 99.0 86.5 85.1 98.3 4.0 4.0 99.4 133.2 132.4 99.4 Tver region 106.6 101.7 95.4 25.8 22.5 87.4 0.9 1.7 186.6 79.9 77.4 97.0 Tula Region 604.5 571.7 94.6 521.6 495.0 94.9 0.7 0.3 46.2 82.2 76.4 92.9 Yaroslavl Region 1,135.6 1,248.3 109.9 1,097.7 1,216.0 110.8 0.6 0.3 51.5 37.4 32.0 85.5 NORTHWEST FEDERAL DISTRICT 4,206.4 4,338.0 103.1 4,041.3 4,175.7 103.3 16.6 17.0 102.2 148.5 145.4 97.9 The Republic of Karelia 59.0 21.1 35.8 54.1 16.2 30.0 0.2 0.3 146.3 4.7 4.6 98.0 The Republic of Komi 167.8 146.0 87.0 165.7 143.5 86.6 0.2 0.4 246.5 2.0 2.1 104.9 Arkhangelsk Region 248.6 231.7 93.2 244.7 227.7 93.0 0.0 0.0 140.0 3.9 4.0 102.7 Vologda Region 587.1 601.6 102.5 570.0 583.5 102.4 5.9 6.9 117.6 11.2 11.2 99.9 The Kaliningrad region 115.4 91.9 79.6 65.4 42.4 64.8 2.0 1.7 89.5 48.0 47.7 99.3 Leningrad Region 2,651.9 2,901.2 109.4 2,619.7 2,870.3 109.6 1.2 1.0 77.2 30.9 30.0 97.1 The Murmansk region 145.4 81.6 56.1 138.7 75.9 54.7 6.4 5.6 86.8 0.3 0.2 75.2 Novgorod region 142.5 163.2 114.5 125.5 145.6 116.0 0.5 0.7 154.1 16.5 16.9 102.0 Pskov Region 88.8 99.8 112.3 57.5 70.6 122.8 0.3 0.4 127.3 31.0 28.7 92.6 SOUTHERN FEDERAL DISTRICT 4,471.6 4,427.9 99.0 2,676.9 2,605.6 97.3 47.8 47.6 99.5 1,746.9 1,774.7 101.6 Republic of Adygea 39.0 40.0 102.4 0.0 5.6 6.8 121.0 33.4 33.1 99.4 Republic of Kalmykia 30.1 29.0 96.3 0.0 0.8 0.8 100.1 29.3 28.2 96.2 Krasnodar region 1,802.0 1,680.4 93.3 1,069.6 947.1 88.6 18.1 18.3 101.1 714.3 715.0 100.1 Astrakhan Region 224.7 232.0 103.3 196.8 204.1 103.7 2.4 2.8 116.8 25.5 25.1 98.7 The Volgograd Region 777.6 757.7 97.4 391.0 365.0 93.3 3.2 3.0 95.9 383.4 389.6 101.6 Rostov Region 1,598.2 1,688.8 105.7 1,019.5 1,089.3 106.9 17.8 15.9 89.4 561.0 583.6 104.0 NORTH CAUCASUS FEDERAL DISTRICT 1,591.1 1,562.7 98.2 495.5 465.8 94.0 53.9 56.4 104.6 1,041.8 1,040.6 99.9 Republic of Dagestan 211.6 190.3 89.9 42.7 19.6 45.9 9.5 9.3 98.4 159.4 161.4 101.2 Republic of Ingushetia 8.2 8.5 103.1 1.9 2.1 109.9 6.3 6.4 101.0 Kabardino-Balkaria 168.1 174.9 104.0 20.2 25.1 124.0 4.8 3.2 67.3 143.1 146.6 102.5 Karachay-Cherkess Republic 101.0 106.3 105.3 16.2 18.8 115.6 1.1 0.7 59.9 83.6 86.8 103.9 Republic of North Ossetia-Alania 128.7 129.2 100.4 13.8 12.4 89.7 2.1 5.2 242.1 112.8 111.7 99.0 The Chechen Republic 87.5 80.5 92.0 8.2 8.5 103.8 0.7 0.7 100.1 78.7 71.3 90.7 Stavropol Territory 885.9 873.0 98.5 394.3 381.4 96.7 33.8 35.2 104.3 457.8 456.4 99.7 VOLGA FEDERAL DISTRICT 10,685.3 10,930.7 102.3 8,088.8 8,397.7 103.8 93.1 98.6 106.0 2,503.5 2,434.3 97.2 Republic of Bashkortostan 1,216.6 1,244.2 102.3 848.0 915.6 108.0 13.5 22.2 164.2 355.0 306.4 86.3 The Republic of Mari El 329.6 333.4 101.1 262.0 266.4 101.7 2.6 1.4 51.2 64.9 65.6 101.1 Republic of Mordovia 1,077.5 1,266.3 117.5 965.7 1,154.4 119.5 0.1 0.1 281.6 111.8 111.8 100.0 The Republic of Tatarstan 1,138.3 1,139.4 100.1 825.8 831.6 100.7 7.7 8.0 104.0 304.8 299.8 98.4 Udmurt Republic 952.1 891.4 93.6 808.5 747.6 92.5 1.4 1.4 102.0 142.2 142.4 100.1 Chuvash Republic 284.2 325.1 114.4 199.8 229.5 114.9 3.4 5.4 158.7 81.1 90.2 111.2 Perm 890.1 977.4 109.8 859.9 945.6 110.0 4.1 5.0 120.3 26.1 26.8 102.7 Kirov Region 482.5 441.9 91.6 442.0 407.4 92.2 0.5 1.3 279.1 40.1 33.3 83.0 Nizhny Novgorod region 1,328.3 1,278.5 96.2 1,165.7 1,118.3 95.9 0.7 0.7 100.0 161.9 159.5 98.5 Orenburg Region 1,099.3 1,104.7 100.5 751.9 758.3 100.9 5.6 5.2 93.0 341.8 341.1 99.8 Penza Region 332.3 343.7 103.4 219.3 235.2 107.3 8.3 3.5 42.3 104.7 105.0 100.3 Samara Region 212.6 194.9 91.7 39.0 25.8 66.1 0.7 0.6 78.6 172.9 168.6 97.5 Saratov Region 908.2 933.1 102.7 423.1 451.0 106.6 33.5 26.0 77.6 451.6 456.1 101.0 Ulyanovsk Region 433.8 456.7 105.3 278.2 311.0 111.8 11.0 18.0 163.3 144.6 127.7 88.3 URAL FEDERAL DISTRICT 4,062.7 4,136.7 101.8 3,667.5 3,756.7 102.4 20.9 21.4 102.3 374.3 358.6 95.8 Kurgan region 119.5 136.0 113.7 13.7 26.8 196.4 2.4 2.4 102.0 103.5 106.7 103.1 Sverdlovsk region 1,278.3 1,284.1 100.5 1,221.4 1,234.6 101.1 11.8 11.4 96.5 45.0 38.1 84.6 Tyumen Region 1,359.3 1,392.9 102.5 1,280.8 1,313.1 102.5 4.5 5.6 125.8 74.1 74.1 100.1 Chelyabinsk region 1,305.6 1,323.7 101.4 1,151.7 1,182.1 102.6 2.2 1.9 86.1 151.7 139.7 92.1 SIBERIAN FEDERAL DISTRICT 5,837.6 5,943.4 101.8 4,670.2 4,747.1 101.6 27.8 33.9 121.9 1,139.5 1,162.4 102.0 The Altai Republic 12.5 12.2 97.1 0.0 15.9 0.2 0.3 119.8 12.3 11.9 96.8 The Republic of Buryatia 64.9 66.0 101.7 45.4 46.7 102.8 0.6 1.0 152.4 18.9 18.4 97.3 Republic of Tyva 2.6 6.8 257.3 0.2 4.6 … 0.1 0.0 19.7 2.3 2.1 93.0 Republic of Khakassia 103.0 97.1 94.3 67.9 63.2 93.1 0.4 0.4 94.1 34.7 33.5 96.6 Altai Territory 1,048.0 1,055.1 100.7 636.8 644.2 101.2 7.0 4.0 57.1 404.2 407.0 100.7 Trans-Baikal Territory 70.7 65.6 92.8 18.8 13.1 69.8 1.3 1.5 111.6 50.6 51.1 100.9 Krasnoyarsk Territory 774.4 783.6 101.2 660.5 662.2 100.3 8.7 14.5 167.5 105.2 106.9 101.6 Irkutsk Region 905.3 912.2 100.8 813.8 820.4 100.8 0.5 0.5 101.3 91.0 91.3 100.3 Kemerovo region 665.0 700.4 105.3 580.7 612.4 105.5 0.3 2.7 … 84.1 85.4 101.5 Novosibirsk Region 1,281.6 1,328.3 103.6 1,148.0 1,196.0 104.2 2.9 2.7 94.3 130.7 129.6 99.1 Omsk region 765.3 765.6 100.0 571.1 552.3 96.7 2.6 2.2 85.9 191.6 211.0 110.1 Tomsk Region 144.2 150.6 104.4 127.0 132.1 104.0 3.2 4.2 129.9 13.9 14.3 102.9 FAR EASTERN FEDERAL DISTRICT 1,188.5 1,167.3 98.2 961.3 941.2 97.9 27.7 28.9 104.3 199.5 197.2 98.8 The Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) 123.6 123.3 99.7 113.1 113.3 100.1 1.9 1.3 68.8 8.6 8.7 101.4 Kamchatka 47.4 45.1 95.2 43.1 40.9 94.7 0.2 0.3 101.6 4.0 4.0 100.5 Primorsky Krai 309.0 328.4 106.3 229.9 250.2 108.8 1.0 1.0 104.0 78.1 77.2 98.8 Khabarovsk Territory 298.7 263.9 88.3 276.2 241.3 87.4 0.2 0.3 102.8 22.3 22.3 100.2 Amur Region 257.3 248.6 96.6 185.7 179.2 96.5 17.7 13.4 75.8 53.9 56.0 103.8 Magadan region 19.9 20.7 103.9 16.9 17.3 102.2 1.8 2.3 127.1 1.2 1.1 93.0 Sakhalin Region 108.5 110.1 101.5 92.7 95.5 103.0 0.3 0.5 190.4 15.5 14.0 90.9 Jewish Autonomous Region 21.3 23.8 112.0 0.6 0.0 4.5 4.6 9.9 214.9 16.0 13.9 86.8 Chukotka Autonomous District 2.9 3.5 122.2 2.8 3.5 122.6 0.0 0.0 67.9 Source: Rosstat, Production of Livestock Products and Animal Numbers in All Categories for 2011, Tabs 23 and 66 http://www.gks.ru/free_doc/doc_2011/bul_dr/prod-j11_4.rar Trade Tables Table 9. Russia: Poultry Tariff-Rate Quotas in 2012 Current Applied Initial WTO Commitment Tariff MT Tariff MT C IQ: 25%, ≥€0.20/kg IQ: 25% hicken meat, frozen, bone-in1 OQ: 80%, 250 ≥€0.70/kg OQ: 250 80% Chicken meat, fro 2zen, boneless 70 100 IQ: 25%, ≥€0.20/kg IQ: 25% ----European Union OQ: 56 80 80%, ≥€0.70/kg OQ: 80% ----other countries 14 20 T IQ: 25%, ≥€0.20/kg urkey meat, frozen, bon 3eless OQ: 80%, 10 - - ≥€0.70/kg Turkey meat, frozen4 IQ: 25% - - OQ: 80% 14 Oth IQ: 75% er Poultry meat, chilled/frozen5 - - OQ: 80% 0 1 HS-0207.14.200 (bone-in halves and quarters), 0207.14.600 (bone-in legs and cuts thereof) 2 HS-0207.14.100 (boneless cuts) 3 HS-0207.27.100.1 (frozen boneless turkey cuts) 4 HS-0207.27.100.0 (boneless), 0207.300.0 (frozen whole wings), 0207.400.0 (backs, necks, rumps, wingtips), 0207.600.0 (drumsticks and cuts thereof), 0207.700.0 (other legs and cuts thereof) 5 HS-0207, not otherwise covered Table 10. Russia: Imports of Broiler Meat (020711-14, 160232) by Type, 1,000 MT Calendar Year Year To Date Description %Δ 2008 2009 2010 10/2010 10/2011 11/10 Total 1,158.9 913.2 618.4 322.2 305.7 -5.14 020711 - Meat & Offal Of Chickens,Not Cut Fresh Or Chilled 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 12.03 020712 - Meat & Offal Of Chickens,Not Cut In Pieces,Frozen 71.6 41.3 21.7 17.5 2.6 -85.36 020713 - Chicken Cuts & Edible Offal (Incl Liver) Frsh/Chld 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 n/a 020714 - Chicken Cuts And Edible Offal (Inc Livers), Frozen 1,074.0 861.6 586.6 297.1 288.4 -2.91 160232 - Prepared Or Preserved Chicken Meat Or Offal, Nesoi 13.3 10.3 10.1 7.7 14.7 91.27 Source: Global Trade Atlas Note: Excludes Belarus (entire time series) and Kazakhstan (since July 2010) Table 11. Russia: Imports of Broiler Meat (020711-14, 160232) by Partner Country, MT Calendar Year Year To Date Partner Country 2008 2009 2010 10/2010 10/2011 %Δ 11/10 World 1,158,937 913,216 618,445 322,243 305,669 -5.14 United States 841,552 694,357 294,920 60,267 176,783 193.33 EU-27 142,676 144,307 173,953 147,568 59,193 - 59.89 Brazil 161,780 66,147 137,468 105,896 57,937 -45.29 Argentina 5,342 4,727 6,821 4,047 3,620 -10.54 Canada 6,622 3,039 4,092 3,534 50 -98.57 Ukraine 0 0 75 19 5,171 ∞ Source: Global Trade Atlas Note: Excludes Belarus (entire time series) and Kazakhstan (since July 2010) Table 12. Russia: Imports of Broiler Meat (020711-14, 160232) by Region, MT Calendar Year Year To Date Region / Partner Country 2009 2010 10/2010 10/2011 %Δ 11/10 Total 292,229 618,445 322,243 305,669 -5.14 Moscow 139,803 263,919 144,629 138,569 -4.19 from United States 100,213 117,970 23,040 77,924 238.21 from EU-27 29,100 85,840 73,959 32,352 -56.26 from Brazil 9,604 55,501 43,919 22,555 -48.64 Saint-Petersburg 84,933 184,988 80,080 41,713 -47.91 from United States 75,394 111,932 24,630 31,301 27.09 from EU-27 6,409 33,881 29,455 3,545 -87.96 from Brazil 2,525 35,204 24,017 6,169 -74.32 Kaliningradskaya oblast 29,256 85,283 55,837 54,608 -2.2 from United States 8,121 21,640 5,301 27,160 412.39 from EU-27 15,275 33,949 25,583 16,822 -34.25 from Brazil 5,201 28,173 23,639 10,532 -55.45 Leningradskaya oblast 16,853 35,818 16,111 38,835 141.05 from United States 13,111 20,398 2,225 23,483 955.32 from EU-27 1,520 6,783 6,745 1,603 -76.24 from Brazil 2,143 8,338 6,921 12,764 84.41 Primorsky krai 12,546 25,769 10,544 14,591 38.37 from United States 10,279 15,720 3,247 9,907 205.10 from EU-27 995 2,067 1,359 205 -84.93 from Brazil 633 6,478 4,731 3,690 -22.01 Moskovskaya oblast 5,423 14,853 9,209 7,609 -17.38 Pskovskaya oblast 1,614 2,913 2,507 1,776 -29.15 Magadanskaya oblast 1,303 2,579 1,519 2,066 35.99 RF 0 1,236 1,236 2,370 91.73 Voronezhskaya oblast 0 423 0 0 n/a Murmanskaya oblast 218 287 267 118 -55.65 Chukotsky AO 240 157 157 236 50.75 Kostromskaya oblast 0 121 121 52 -57.11 The Republic of Sakha 15 99 24 103 335.34 Vladimirskaya oblast 0 1 1 0 -100 Sakhalinskaya oblast 0 0 0 127 n/a The Republic of Altay 0 0 0 2,051 n/a Krasnodarsky krai 0 0 0 795 n/a Khabarovsky krai 0 0 0 49 n/a Bryanskaya oblast 24 0 0 0 n/a Source: Global Trade Atlas Note: Excludes Belarus (entire time series) and Kazakhstan (since July 2010) Table 13. Russia: Exports of Frozen Chicken Cuts/Edible Offal, Including Paws (020714), MT Calendar Year Year To Date Partner Country 2008 2009 2010 10/2010 10/2011 %Δ 11/10 World 1,020 4,898 17,202 13,351 15,600 16.85 EU-27 0 45 40 40 0 - 100.00 Hong Kong 0 1,236 8,420 5,838 10,032 71.84 Vietnam 287 2,584 6,676 5,493 4,936 - 10.13 Kazakhstan 171 347 1,068 1,068 0 - 100.00 United States 68 0 399 399 0 - 100.00 Abkhazia 158 665 317 235 292 24.30 China 0 0 46 46 332 622.07 Source: Global Trade Atlas Note: Excludes Belarus (entire time series) and Kazakhstan (since July 2010) Table 14. Imports of Poultry Meat, 1,000 MT 2010 2011 Total 649.9 418.8 Excluding CIS counties 649.8 413.6 CIS countries 0.1 5.2 Source: Federal Customs Service Note: Excludes Belarus (entire time series) and Kazakhstan (since July 2010)
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