Special Research Report on China Dairy Cow Farm

Date: July 22, 2011
Pages: 90
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Publisher: Beijing Orient Agribusiness Consultant Co., Ltd
Report type: Strategic Report
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Special Research Report on China Dairy Cow Farm
Research Background

Since 1990s, China has left the farm produce shortage time and experienced regional and seasonal surplus in good year.

Strategic structural adjustment for agricultural and rural economy were carried out, the “two-element” structure of food crop and commercial crop transferred to “three-element” structure including food crop, commercial crop and forage plants.

China strived to develop livestock industry with dairy cow industry as one of the most important sectors. At the same time, China's economic system shifted to market economy from traditional planned economy. Under the support of EU aiding China projects, China’s dairy cow industry has got great achievement over the past twenty years. The former single state-run dairy farms were generally replaced by the individual, state-owned, collective, foreign investment and shareholding operations. During the initial period, retail farms were the main part of the whole dairy cow industry. Huge consumption demand for dairy products, fast growing production capacity and strongly supports from some local governments stimulated the rapid development of dairy cow industry. Today dairy farmers in China are up to 2 million. Over the past five years, China dairy cow industry has appeared low-level surplus and obvious losses, the inherent disadvantages of individual farms have impacted on the development of dairy cow breeding industry greatly. Standard, scale and intensive farming models have been paid great attention. Melamine event speeds up the change of China dairy cow breeding industry from individual farms to scale farms.

So far, there are no detailed data and analysis reports on dairy cow farm in domestic market, and this report aims at to fill the gap of this sector. The report fully and completely states the current status of dairy cow breeding industry in China and 15 main-producing provinces, including the production of raw milks, dairy cow breeding industry policies, technologies and equipments of dairy farm, benefits, breeding models, development plan and supportive policies, production and management investigation of typical dairy cow farms, assessments on the current situation of China dairy cow farms and opinions on future trends.

The report is the fruit of BOABC dairy research team’s wisdom. The senior analysts of the team are members of think banks in related government departments and associations, maintaining a good relationship with government departments associations, key national dairy enterprises, related industries and enterprises. These resource advantages provide valuable professional supports for and ensure the accuracy, authority, scientificity and perspectiveness of the referenced dates. The research team makes field investigations and researches on livestock departments, dairy cow farms and dairy product processing enterprises of different provinces. BOABC believes that the report is an important reference material for the strategic decision of domestic and oversea dairy companies, dairy ingredients suppliers, related equipments suppliers, investment and financial organizations and other related institutions.
1 OVERVIEW OF CHINA DAIRY COW BREEDING INDUSTRY

1.1 Breeds and distributions of dairy cow
1.2 Overview of milk production
  1.2.1 Dairy cow inventories
  1.2.2 Milk yield
  1.2.3 Per unit yield of dairy cow
  1.2.4 Milk source distribution
1.3 Policy environment of China dairy’s cow breeding industry
  1.3.1 Development objectives
  1.3.2 Supervision of milk stations
  1.3.3 State standard of fresh milk
  1.3.4 Supportive policies
1.4 Technologies and equipments of dairy farms
  1.4.1 Genetic modification Includes breeding cattle, semen and embryo
  1.4.2 DHI determination
  1.4.3 Cold can equipments for milking and storing
  1.4.4 Management system of dairy farms
1.5 Input and output analysis of dairy cow breeding industry
  1.5.1 Input compositions
  1.5.2 Output compositions
  1.5.3 Variation trends of input and output
1.6 Dairy cow breeding models
  1.6.1 Concepts of dairy cow breeding models
  1.6.2 Evolution of dairy cow breeding models
  1.6.3 Main factors for the evolution of dairy cow breeding models

2 OVERALL SITUATION OF CHINA’S DAIRY COW FARMS

2.1 The proportion of scale dairy cow farms
2.2 Distributions of dairy cow farms
2.3 Feeding means
2.4 Per unit yield level
2.5 Cattle structure of the dairy cow farm
2.7 Milking ways
2.8 Breeding benefits

3 CURRENT STATUS ANALYSIS ON DAIRY CATTLE FARMS IN CHINA’S MAJOR PRODUCING PROVINCES

3.1 Inner Mongolia
  3.1.1Development plans and supportive policies of dairy industry
  3.1.2 Breeds and distributions of dairy cows
  3.1.3 Dairy cow inventories, milk production and milk price in dairy cow farms
  3.1.4 Distribution of dairy cow breeding scale
  3.1.5 Daily fresh milk processing scale of manufacturing enterprises
  3.1.6 Analysis on mechanized milking
  3.1.7 Analyses on milk stations and managements
  3.1.8 Analyses on feed and forage
  3.1.9 Analysis on dairy cow imports
  3.1.10 Benefits connection ways between dairy cow farms and dairy products processing enterprises
  3.1.11 Input and output analyses of dairy cow
3.2 Heilongjiang
  3.2.1Development plans and supportive policies of dairy industry
  3.2.2 Breeds and distributions of dairy cows
  3.2.3 Dairy cow inventories, milk production and milk price in dairy cow farms
  3.2.4 Distribution of dairy cow breeding scale
  3.2.5 Daily fresh milk processing scale of manufacturing enterprises
  3.2.6 Analysis on mechanized milking
  3.2.7 Analyses on milk stations and managements
  3.2.8 Analyses on feed and forage
  3.2.9 Analysis on dairy cow imports
  3.2.10 Benefits connection ways between dairy cow farms and dairy products processing enterprises
  3.2.11 Input and output analyses of dairy cow
3.3 Liaoning
  3.3.1Development plans and supportive policies of dairy industry
  3.3.2 Breeds and distributions of dairy cows
  3.3.3 Dairy cow inventories, milk production and milk price in dairy cow farms
  3.3.4 Distribution of dairy cow breeding scale
  3.3.5 Daily fresh milk processing scale of manufacturing enterprises
  3.3.6 Analysis on mechanized milking
  3.3.7 Analyses on milk stations and managements
  3.3.8 Analyses on feed and forage
  3.3.9 Analysis on dairy cow imports
  3.3.10 Benefits connection ways between dairy cow farms and dairy products processing enterprises
  3.3.11 Input and output analyses of dairy cow
3.4 Hebei
  3.4.1Development plans and supportive policies of dairy industry
  3.4.2 Breeds and distributions of dairy cows
  3.4.3 Dairy cow inventories, milk production and milk price in dairy cow farms
  3.4.4 Distribution of dairy cow breeding scale
  3.4.5 Daily fresh milk processing scale of manufacturing enterprises
  3.4.6 Analysis on mechanized milking
  3.4.7 Analyses on milk stations and managements
  3.4.8 Analyses on feed and forage
  3.4.9 Analysis on dairy cow imports
  3.4.10 Benefits connection ways between dairy cow farms and dairy products processing enterprises
  3.4.11 Input and output analyses of dairy cow
3.5 Shandong
  3.5.1Development plans and supportive policies of dairy industry
  3.5.2 Breeds and distributions of dairy cows
  3.5.3 Dairy cow inventories, milk production and milk price in dairy cow farms
  3.5.4 Distribution of dairy cow breeding scale
  3.5.5 Daily fresh milk processing scale of manufacturing enterprises
  3.5.6 Analysis on mechanized milking
  3.5.7 Analyses on milk stations and managements
  3.5.8 Analyses on feed and forage
  3.5.9 Analysis on dairy cow imports
  3.5.10 Benefits connection ways between dairy cow farms and dairy products processing enterprises
  3.5.11 Input and output analyses of dairy cow
3.6 Shaanxi
  3.6.1Development plans and supportive policies of dairy industry
  3.6.2 Breeds and distributions of dairy cows
  3.6.3 Dairy cow inventories, milk production and milk price in dairy cow farms
  3.6.4 Distribution of dairy cow breeding scale
  3.6.5 Daily fresh milk processing scale of manufacturing enterprises
  3.6.6 Analysis on mechanized milking
  3.6.7 Analyses on milk stations and managements
  3.6.8 Analyses on feed and forage
  3.6.9 Analysis on dairy cow imports
  3.6.10 Benefits connection ways between dairy cow farms and dairy products processing enterprises
  3.6.11 Input and output analyses of dairy cow
3.7 Henan
  3.7.1Development plans and supportive policies of dairy industry
  3.7.2 Breeds and distributions of dairy cows
  3.7.3 Dairy cow inventories, milk production and milk price in dairy cow farms
  3.7.4 Distribution of dairy cow breeding scale
  3.7.5 Daily fresh milk processing scale of manufacturing enterprises
  3.7.6 Analysis on mechanized milking
  3.7.7 Analyses on milk stations and managements
  3.7.8 Analyses on feed and forage
  3.7.9 Analysis on dairy cow imports
  3.7.10 Benefits connection ways between dairy cow farms and dairy products processing enterprises
  3.7.11 Input and output analyses of dairy cow
3.8 Sinkiang
  3.8.1Development plans and supportive policies of dairy industry
  3.8.2 Breeds and distributions of dairy cows
  3.8.3 Dairy cow inventories, milk production and milk price in dairy cow farms
  3.8.4 Distribution of dairy cow breeding scale
  3.8.5 Daily fresh milk processing scale of manufacturing enterprises
  3.8.6 Analysis on mechanized milking
  3.8.7 Analyses on milk stations and managements
  3.8.8 Analyses on feed and forage
  3.8.9 Analysis on dairy cow imports
  3.8.10 Benefits connection ways between dairy cow farms and dairy products processing enterprises
  3.8.11 Input and output analyses of dairy cow
3.9 Shanxi
  3.9.1Development plans and supportive policies of dairy industry
  3.9.2 Breeds and distributions of dairy cows
  3.9.3 Dairy cow inventories, milk production and milk price in dairy cow farms
  3.9.4 Distribution of dairy cow breeding scale
  3.9.5 Daily fresh milk processing scale of manufacturing enterprises
  3.9.6 Analysis on mechanized milking
  3.9.7 Analyses on milk stations and managements
  3.9.8 Analyses on feed and forage
  3.9.9 Analysis on dairy cow imports
  3.9.10 Benefits connection ways between dairy cow farms and dairy products processing enterprises
  3.9.11 Input and output analyses of dairy cow
3.10 Ningxia
  3.10.1 Development plans and supportive policies of dairy industry
  3.10.2 Breeds and distributions of dairy cows
  3.10.3 Dairy cow inventories, milk production and milk price in dairy cow farms
  3.10.4 Distribution of dairy cow breeding scale
  3.10.5 Daily fresh milk processing scale of manufacturing enterprises
  3.10.6 Analysis on mechanized milking
  3.10.7 Analyses on milk stations and managements
  3.10.8 Analyses on feed and forage
  3.10.9 Analysis on dairy cow imports
  3.10.10 Benefits connection ways between dairy cow farms and dairy products processing enterprises
  3.10.11 Input and output analyses of dairy cow
3.11 Jiangsu
  3.11.1Development plans and supportive policies of dairy industry
  3.11.2 Breeds and distributions of dairy cows
  3.11.3 Dairy cow inventories, milk production and milk price in dairy cow farms
  3.11.4 Distribution of dairy cow breeding scale
  3.11.5 Daily fresh milk processing scale of manufacturing enterprises
  3.11.6 Analysis on mechanized milking
  3.11.7 Analyses on milk stations and managements
  3.11.8 Analyses on feed and forage
  3.11.9 Analysis on dairy cow imports
  3.11.10 Benefits connection ways between dairy cow farms and dairy products processing enterprises
  3.11.11 Input and output analyses of dairy cow
3.12 Sichuan
  3.12.1 Development plans and supportive policies of dairy industry
  3.12.2 Breeds and distributions of dairy cows
  3.12.3 Dairy cow inventories, milk production and milk price in dairy cow farms
  3.12.4 Distribution of dairy cow breeding scale
  3.12.5 Daily fresh milk processing scale of manufacturing enterprises
  3.12.6 Analysis on mechanized milking
  3.12.7 Analyses on milk stations and managements
  3.12.8 Analyses on feed and forage
  3.12.9 Analysis on dairy cow imports
  3.12.10 Benefits connection ways between dairy cow farms and dairy products processing enterprises
  3.12.11 Input and output analyses of dairy cow
3.13 Beijing
  3.13.1 Development plans and supportive policies of dairy industry
  3.13.2 Breeds and distributions of dairy cows
  3.13.3 Dairy cow inventories, milk production and milk price in dairy cow farms
  3.13.4 Distribution of dairy cow breeding scale
  3.13.5 Daily fresh milk processing scale of manufacturing enterprises
  3.13.6 Analysis on mechanized milking
  3.13.7 Analyses on milk stations and managements
  3.13.8 Analyses on feed and forage
  3.13.9 Analysis on dairy cow imports
  3.13.10 Benefits connection ways between dairy cow farms and dairy products processing enterprises
  3.13.11 Input and output analyses of dairy cow
3.14 Shanghai
  3.14.1Development plans and supportive policies of dairy industry
  3.14.2 Breeds and distributions of dairy cows
  3.14.3 Dairy cow inventories, milk production and milk price in dairy cow farms
  3.14.4 Distribution of dairy cow breeding scale
  3.14.5 Daily fresh milk processing scale of manufacturing enterprises
  3.14.6 Analysis on mechanized milking
  3.14.7 Analyses on milk stations and managements
  3.14.8 Analyses on feed and forage
  3.14.9 Analysis on dairy cow imports
  3.14.10 Benefits connection ways between dairy cow farms and dairy products processing enterprises
  3.14.11 Input and output analyses of dairy cow
3.15 Tianjin
  3.15.1Development plans and supportive policies of dairy industry
  3.15.2 Breeds and distributions of dairy cows
  3.15.3 Dairy cow inventories, milk production and milk price in dairy cow farms
  3.15.4 Distribution of dairy cow breeding scale
  3.15.5 Daily fresh milk processing scale of manufacturing enterprises
  3.15.6 Analysis on mechanized milking
  3.15.7 Analyses on milk stations and managements
  3.15.8 Analyses on feed and forage
  3.15.9 Analysis on dairy cow imports
  3.15.10 Benefits connection ways between dairy cow farms and dairy products processing enterprises
  3.15.11 Input and output analyses of dairy cow

4. PRODUCTION AND MANAGEMENT INVESTIGATION OF TYPICAL DAIRY FARMS

4.1 Distribution of scale dairy farms
  4.1.1 Constituent
  4.1.2 Regional distribution
4.2 Production and management investigations and analyses on different scale dairy cow farms
  4.2.1 Horinger Modern Animal Husbandry LLC
  • basic information
  • Includes: address, inventories, lactating cows, annual per unit yield and target customer
  • Organizational structure and key persons’ information
  • production and operation conditions
  • Coarse fodder (alfalfa, Chinese wild rye and silage), concentrated feed (mixed material), includes purchasing quantity, suppliers, grown feed, acreage, etc.
  • Embryo, usage amount of semen, suppliers, etc.
  • DHI value; number of somatic cell
  • production and management benefits
  • Include: milk collection prices, output of milk, and balanced per unit yield
  • Development plans and objectives of dairy farms
  4.2.2 Beijing Sanyuan Xiaowu Dairy Farm
  • basic information
  • Includes: address, inventories, lactating cows, annual per unit yield and target customer
  • Organizational structure and key persons’ information
  • production and operation conditions
  • Coarse fodder (alfalfa, Chinese wild rye and silage), concentrated feed (mixed material), includes purchasing quantity, suppliers, grown feed, acreage, etc.
  • Embryo, usage amount of semen, suppliers, etc.
  • DHI value; number of somatic cell
  • production and management benefits
  • Include: milk collection prices, output of milk, and balanced per unit yield
  • Development plans and objectives of dairy farms
  4.2.3 Tianjin Runhua Dairy Farm
  • basic information
  • Includes: address, inventories, lactating cows, annual per unit yield and target customer
  • Organizational structure and key persons’ information
  • production and operation conditions
  • Coarse fodder (alfalfa, Chinese wild rye and silage), concentrated feed (mixed material), includes purchasing quantity, suppliers, grown feed, acreage, etc.
  • Embryo, usage amount of semen, suppliers, etc.
  • DHI value; number of somatic cell
  • production and management benefits
  • Include: milk collection prices, output of milk, and balanced per unit yield
  • Development plans and objectives of dairy farms
  4.2.4 Hebei Shuangwa Luannan Pasture
  • basic information
  • Includes: address, inventories, lactating cows, annual per unit yield and target customer
  • Organizational structure and key persons’ information
  • production and operation conditions
  • Coarse fodder (alfalfa, Chinese wild rye and silage), concentrated feed (mixed material), includes purchasing quantity, suppliers, grown feed, acreage, etc.
  • Embryo, usage amount of semen, suppliers, etc.
  • DHI value; number of somatic cell
  • production and management benefits
  • Include: milk collection prices, output of milk, and balanced per unit yield
  • Development plans and objectives of dairy farms
  4.2.5 Heilongjiang Anda Friendship Pasture
  • basic information
  • Includes: address, inventories, lactating cows, annual per unit yield and target customer
  • Organizational structure and key persons’ information
  • production and operation conditions
  • Coarse fodder (alfalfa, Chinese wild rye and silage), concentrated feed (mixed material), includes purchasing quantity, suppliers, grown feed, acreage, etc.
  • Embryo, usage amount of semen, suppliers, etc.
  • DHI value; number of somatic cell
  • production and management benefits
  • Include: milk collection prices, output of milk, and balanced per unit yield
  • Development plans and objectives of dairy farms
  4.2.6 Dalian Shengda animal husbandry Ltd. Pasture
  • basic information
  • Includes: address, inventories, lactating cows, annual per unit yield and target customer
  • Organizational structure and key persons’ information
  • production and operation conditions
  • Coarse fodder (alfalfa, Chinese wild rye and silage), concentrated feed (mixed material), includes purchasing quantity, suppliers, grown feed, acreage, etc.
  • Embryo, usage amount of semen, suppliers, etc.
  • DHI value; number of somatic cell
  • production and management benefits
  • Include: milk collection prices, output of milk, and balanced per unit yield
  • Development plans and objectives of dairy farms
  4.2.7 Shanghai Bright Jinshan Dairy Farm
  • basic information
  • Includes: address, inventories, lactating cows, annual per unit yield and target customer
  • Organizational structure and key persons’ information
  • production and operation conditions
  • Coarse fodder (alfalfa, Chinese wild rye and silage), concentrated feed (mixed material), includes purchasing quantity, suppliers, grown feed, acreage, etc.
  • Embryo, usage amount of semen, suppliers, etc.
  • DHI value; number of somatic cell
  • production and management benefits
  • Include: milk collection prices, output of milk, and balanced per unit yield
  • Development plans and objectives of dairy farms
  4.2.8 Fujian Changfu Thirty-three Farm
  • basic information
  • Includes: address, inventories, lactating cows, annual per unit yield and target customer
  • Organizational structure and key persons’ information
  • production and operation conditions
  • Coarse fodder (alfalfa, Chinese wild rye and silage), concentrated feed (mixed material), includes purchasing quantity, suppliers, grown feed, acreage, etc.
  • Embryo, usage amount of semen, suppliers, etc.
  • DHI value; number of somatic cell
  • production and management benefits
  • Include: milk collection prices, output of milk, and balanced per unit yield
  • Development plans and objectives of dairy farms
  4.2.9 Shandong Zaozhuang Xianghe LCC Farm
  • basic information
  • Includes: address, inventories, lactating cows, annual per unit yield and target customer
  • Organizational structure and key persons’ information
  • production and operation conditions
  • Coarse fodder (alfalfa, Chinese wild rye and silage), concentrated feed (mixed material), includes purchasing quantity, suppliers, grown feed, acreage, etc.
  • Embryo, usage amount of semen, suppliers, etc.
  • DHI value; number of somatic cell
  • production and management benefits
  • Include: milk collection prices, output of milk, and balanced per unit yield
  • Development plans and objectives of dairy farms
  4.2.10 Hubei Huanggang Xianglin Dairy Farm
  • basic information
  • Includes: address, inventories, lactating cows, annual per unit yield and target customer
  • Organizational structure and key persons’ information
  • production and operation conditions
  • Coarse fodder (alfalfa, Chinese wild rye and silage), concentrated feed (mixed material), includes purchasing quantity, suppliers, grown feed, acreage, etc.
  • Embryo, usage amount of semen, suppliers, etc.
  • DHI value; number of somatic cell
  • production and management benefits
  • Include: milk collection prices, output of milk, and balanced per unit yield
  • Development plans and objectives of dairy farms
  4.2.11 Henan Zhenzhou Green Kylin Dairy Farm
  • basic information
  • Includes: address, inventories, lactating cows, annual per unit yield and target customer
  • Organizational structure and key persons’ information
  • production and operation conditions
  • Coarse fodder (alfalfa, Chinese wild rye and silage), concentrated feed (mixed material), includes purchasing quantity, suppliers, grown feed, acreage, etc.
  • Embryo, usage amount of semen, suppliers, etc.
  • DHI value; number of somatic cell
  • production and management benefits
  • Include: milk collection prices, output of milk, and balanced per unit yield
  • Development plans and objectives of dairy farms
  4.2.12 Sichuan Jule Dairy Shuangliu Dairy Farm
  • basic information
  • Includes: address, inventories, lactating cows, annual per unit yield and target customer
  • Organizational structure and key persons’ information
  • production and operation conditions
  • Coarse fodder (alfalfa, Chinese wild rye and silage), concentrated feed (mixed material), includes purchasing quantity, suppliers, grown feed, acreage, etc.
  • Embryo, usage amount of semen, suppliers, etc.
  • DHI value; number of somatic cell
  • production and management benefits
  • Include: milk collection prices, output of milk, and balanced per unit yield
  • Development plans and objectives of dairy farms
  4.2.13 Xian Grass Animal Husbandry Farm
  • basic information
  • Includes: address, inventories, lactating cows, annual per unit yield and target customer
  • Organizational structure and key persons’ information
  • production and operation conditions
  • Coarse fodder (alfalfa, Chinese wild rye and silage), concentrated feed (mixed material), includes purchasing quantity, suppliers, grown feed, acreage, etc.
  • Embryo, usage amount of semen, suppliers, etc.
  • DHI value; number of somatic cell
  • production and management benefits
  • Include: milk collection prices, output of milk, and balanced per unit yield
  • Development plans and objectives of dairy cow farms
  4.2.14 Sinkiang Tianshan Animal Husbandry Farm
  • basic information
  • Includes: address, inventories, lactating cows, annual per unit yield and target customer
  • Organizational structure and key persons’ information
  • production and operation conditions
  • Coarse fodder (alfalfa, Chinese wild rye and silage), concentrated feed (mixed material), includes purchasing quantity, suppliers, grown feed, acreage, etc.
  • Embryo, usage amount of semen, suppliers, etc.
  • DHI value; number of somatic cell
  • production and management benefits
  • Include: milk collection prices, output of milk, and balanced per unit yield
  • Development plans and objectives of dairy farms
  4.2.15 Tangshan Fonterra Limited Company
  • basic information
  • Includes: address, inventories, lactating cows, annual per unit yield and target customer
  • Organizational structure and key persons’ information
  • production and operation conditions
  • Coarse fodder (alfalfa, Chinese wild rye and silage), concentrated feed (mixed material), includes purchasing quantity, suppliers, grown feed, acreage, etc.
  • Embryo, usage amount of semen, suppliers, etc.
  • DHI value; number of somatic cell
  • production and management benefits
  • Include: milk collection prices, output of milk, and balanced per unit yield
  • Development plans and objectives of dairy farms

5.BOABC’S ASSESSMENTS ON THE CURRENT SITUATION OF CHINA DAIRY COW FARM, AND OPINIONS ON FUTURE TREND.

5.1 BOABC’s assessments on the current situation of China dairy cow farms
5.2 BOABC’s opinions on the future trend of China dairy cow farms

ANNEXES:

Annex 1: supply/demand balance table of China’s raw milk

ANNEX 2: DIRECTORY OF CHINESE SCALE DAIRY COW FARMS HAVING MOR
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