Analysis Report on Investment in Quality Pasture Grass Planting Industry in China

Date: May 1, 2012
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Analysis Report on Investment in Quality Pasture Grass Planting Industry in China
Analysis Report on Outlook of Quality Pasture Grass Investment in China illustrates and analyzes the quality pasture grass planting industry in China in the following aspects: nutrition value and economic value of main categories of quality pasture grass, global popularization of quality pasture grass, governmental policies on grass-base livestock breeding industry in China, feed structure of grass-base livestock breeding industry in China, supply of quality pasture grass in China, demand of quality pasture grass in China, profit comparison between quality pasture grass planting industry and other crops planting industry in China, competitor analysis on quality pasture grass planting industry in China, investment analysis on quality pasture grass planting industry in China and outlook on the development of quality pasture grass planting industry in China from 2012 to 2020. The statistics resources for this report are as following: Ministry of Agriculture of China, industry associations, local governments and management departments, local industry associations, China Customs, National Statistics of China, traders and manufacturers of quality pasture grass, years of accumulation of BOABC, etc. The data is authentic, objective and forward-looking.
MAIN CONCLUSIONS

1. OVERVIEW OF HIGH QUALITY FORAGE

1.1 Category of High Quality Forage
  1.1.1 Natural Grassland
  1.1.2 Artificial Pasture
1.2 Nutritive Values of Major High Quality Forage Types
  1.2.1 Alfalfa
  1.2.2 Leymus chinensis
  1.2.3 Perennial ryegrass
  1.2.4 Shamrock
  1.2.5 Arrhenatherum elatius (False Oat Grass)
1.3 Comparison between the Nutritive Values of High Quality Forage and that of Subsidiary Agricultural Products
  1.3.1 Nutritive Values of High Quality Forage
  1.3.2 Nutritive Values of Subsidiary Agricultural Products
1.4 Economic and Ecological Values of High Quality Forage
  1.4.1 Material Base for the Production of Meat and Dairy Products
  1.4.2 Ecological Defense for Wind-Break and Sand-Stabilization
  1.4.3 Water and Soil Conservation
  1.4.4 Species Cultivation and Biological Diversity Conservation
  1.4.5 Nitrogen-Carbon Fixation and Climate Regulation
1.5 Spreading of High Quality Forage around the World
  1.5.1 Global Forage Resources and Distribution
  1.5.2 Category of Forage Products
  1.5.3 Forage Application Scope

2. ANALYSIS OF POLICY FOR HERBIVOROUS LIVESTOCK RAISING INDUSTRY IN CHINA

2.1 Relevant Policies of the Central Government
2.2 Relevant Policies of the Local Government
  2.2.1 Inner Mongolia
  2.2.2 Heilongjiang Province
  2.2.3 Liaoning Province
  2.2.4 Ningxia
  2.2.5 Henan Province
  2.2.6 Gansu Province
  2.2.7 Shaanxi Province
  2.2.8 Xinjiang
  2.2.9 Hebei Province
  2.2.10 Shandong Province
  2.2.11 Sichuan Province

3. ANALYSIS OF THE FEED STRUCTURE OF HERBIVOROUS LIVESTOCK RAISING INDUSTRY IN CHINA

3.1 Overall Analysis of Herbivorous Livestock Raising Industry in China
3.2 Feed Structures of Different Herbivorous Livestock Raising Models in China
  3.2.1 Dairy Cattle
  3.2.2 Beef Cattle
  3.2.3 Sheep (Goat)
3.3 Comparison between the Feed Structure of Herbivorous Livestock Raising Industry in China and that of Foreign Countries

4. ANALYSIS OF HIGH QUALITY FORAGE SUPPLY IN CHINA

4.1 Natural Grassland
  4.1.1 Scale and Distribution of Natural Grassland
4.2 Artificial Pasture
  4.2.1 Domestic Production
4.3 High Quality Forage Trade
  4.3.1 Import
  4.3.2 Export

5. ANALYSIS OF HIGH QUALITY FORAGE DEMAND IN CHINA

5.1 Analysis of Inventory and Distribution of Herbivorous Livestock in China
  5.1.1 Beef Cattle
  5.1.2 Dairy Cattle
  5.1.3 Goat
  5.1.4 Sheep
  5.1.5 Water Buffalo
  5.1.6 Yak
  5.1.7 Other Herbivorous Livestock
5.2 Demand of High Quality Forage
  5.2.1 Demand of Dairy Cattle Farming Industry
  5.2.2 Demand of Beef Cattle Farming Industry
  5.2.3 Demand of Other Animal Farming Industries
5.3 Regional Distribution of High Quality Forage Demand
  5.3.1 Northeast China
  5.3.2 North China
  5.3.3 Northwest China
  5.3.4 Southwest China
  5.3.5 Other Regions

6. COMPARISON BETWEEN THE PROFITABILITY OF HIGH QUALITY FORAGE PLANTING INDUSTRY AND THAT OF OTHER PLANTING INDUSTRIES IN CHINA

6.1 Comparison between the Profitability of High Quality Forage Planting Industry and that of Grain and Economic Crop Planting Industry in China
6.2 Outlook of the Profitability of China’s High Quality Forage Industry in 2012-2020
  6.2.1 Empirical Experience of Foreign Countries
  6.2.2 Comparative Earnings in China

7. ANALYSIS OF COMPETITORS OF CHINA’S HIGH QUALITY FORAGE INDUSTRY

7.1 Overall Analysis of China’s High Quality Forage Competition
7.2 Analysis of Top 5 Enterprises in China
  7.2.1 Clover Group
  7.2.2 CaasGrass Co. Ltd.
  7.2.3 Hengdian Group Grass Co., Ltd.
  7.2.4 BarrenBrug (Tianjin) International Grass Co., Ltd.
  7.2.5 Ningxia Lvzhou Grass Co., Ltd.

8. INVESTMENT ANALYSIS OF CHINA’S HIGH QUALITY FORAGE INDUSTRY

8.1 Investment Risks
  8.1.1 Market Risks
  8.1.2 Policy Risks
  8.1.3 Other Risks
8.2 Countermeasures

9. OUTLOOK OF CHINA’S HIGH QUALITY FORAGE INDUSTRY IN 2012-2020

9.1 Analysis of Major Factors Affecting High Quality Forage Supply-Demand
  9.1.1 Policy Factor
  9.1.2 Market Factor
  9.1.3 Technical Factor
  9.1.4 Environmental Factor
9.2 Outlook of Supply-Demand of Dairy Products and Meat Products of Herbivorous Livestock in China
  9.2.1 Outlook of Milk and other Animal Milk Supply-Demand
  9.2.2 Outlook of Supply-Demand of Meat Products of Herbivorous Livestock in China
  9.2.3 Outlook of Inventory and Output of Dairy Cattle and Other Herbivorous Livestock
9.3 Outlook of China’s High Quality Forage Industry in 2012-2020
  9.3.1 Requirement of Highly Efficient Animal Farming Industry
  9.3.2 Huge Potential in Domestic and Overseas Market
  9.3.3 Strengthened National Support
  9.3.4 Domestic Production Shall be the Major Means to Meet Domestic Demand of High Quality Forage

TABLES AND FIGURES

Table 1-1 Nutrients Testing Results of Different Varieties of Alfalfa
Table 1-2 Nutrients Testing Results of Leymus Chinensis
Table 1-3 Leymus Chinensis Nutrient Changes in Different Growing Stages
Table 1-4 Nutrients Testing Results of Perennial Ryegrass
Table 1-5 Nutrients Testing Results of Shamrock
Table 1-6 Nutrients Testing Results of Dry Arrhenatherum Elatius (False Oat Grass)
Table 1-7 Nutrient Value of Straw Forage
Table 1-8 Livestock Inventory in Major Areas in the World in 2010
Table 2-1 List of Key Herbivorous Animal Farming Projects Implemented in Henan Province in 2011-2013
Table 4-1 National Forage Planting and Forage Seed Production in 2001-2010
Table 4-2 Forage Planting Area and Yield in Major Provinces in China in 2010
Figure 5-1 China’s Beef Cattle Inventory Distribution by Province in 2010
Figure 5-2 China’s Dairy Cattle Inventory Distribution by Province in 2010
Figure 5-3 China’s Goat Inventory Distribution by Province in 2010
Figure 5-4 China’s Sheep Inventory Distribution by Province in 2010
Table 5-1 China’s Water Buffalo and Breeding Cows Distribution by Province
Table 5-2 China’s Yak Distribution
Table 5-3 China’s Inventory and Output of Some Herbivorous Livestock in 2010
Table 5-4 Reference for the Daily Feeding Quantity of Ensilage to Livestock
Table 5-5 Dairy Cattle Inventory in the Three Provinces in Northeast China in 2010
Table 5-6 Beef Cattle Output in the Three Provinces in Northeast China in 2010
Table 5-7 Sheep &Goat Output in the Three Provinces in Northeast China in 2010
Table 5-8 Dairy Cattle Inventory in the Seven Provinces in North China in 2010
Table 5-9 Beef Cattle Output in the Seven Provinces in North China in 2010
Table 5-10 Sheep & Goat Output in the Seven Provinces in North China in 2010
Table 5-11 Dairy Cattle Inventory in the Five Provinces in Northwest China in 2010
Table 5-12 Beef Cattle Output in the Five Provinces in Northwest China in 2010
Table 5-13 Sheep &Goat Output in the Five Provinces in Northwest China in 2010
Table 5-14 Dairy Cattle Inventory in the Five Provinces in Southwest China in 2010
Table 5-15 Beef Cattle Output in the Five Provinces in Southwest China in 2010
Table 5-16 Sheep &Goat Output in the Five Provinces in Southwest China in 2010
Table 6-1 Comparison between Cost-Profit of Corn &Wheat and that of Alfalfa in Different Regions
Table 6-2 Changes of Economic Benefits after Daily Feed Adjustment with Alfalfa for Dairy Cattle
Table 9-1 Gap between China’s Milk Output and That of World Average Output in 2010
Table 9-2 Gap between China’s Meat Output and That of World Average Output in 2010
Table 9-3 China’s Livestock and Poultry Inventory and Output in 2010

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