Report on China’s hog industry 2011

Date: August 22, 2011
Pages: 161
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Publisher: Beijing Orient Agribusiness Consultant Co., Ltd
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Report on China’s hog industry 2011
It will forecast for Chinese hog industry by five historical research chapters: policy environment of hog industry in China, pork demand, feedstuff support as well as cost and profit, by which to answer the questions some insiders suggested on the following issues:

1. What is the prospect of the policy environment of hog breeding and processing in China?
2. How much potential will pork demand grow further?
3. What will be the support capability of feedstuff in China?
4. What will be the cost and profit of hog industry in China?
5. What is the prospect of hog industry in China under the constraints of factors, such as policy environment, feedstuff support, pork demand as well as cost and profit?
6. What is the development model of hog industry in China in the future? What are the characteristics in different regions?
7. How is benefit distributed in the value chain of hog industry in China? What kinds of policies will be adopted to guide the positive development of hog breeding industry and improve the reasonable distribution of value chain?

In addition, it is hoped that analysis on Chinese hog industry chain and representative enterprises will help you to acquire the most profitable investment part in Chinese hog industry. Representative enterprises are classified into different parts in the entire chain, such as breeding enterprises, slaughtering enterprises, meat processing enterprises, integrated enterprises, etc. Analysis on these classified enterprises will help you to obtain the integration advantages and opportunities in Chinese hog industry.
1 THE POLICY ENVIRONMENT OF CHINA’S HOG INDUSTRY

1.1 Judgment on the Development of China’s Grain Production Policy
1.2 Evaluation on Changes of China’s Environmental Protection Policy for Animal Farming Industry
1.3 Analysis of Quality Control over Processed Pork Products in China
1.4 Analysis of Policy Orientation for Development of Hog Husbandry in China
1.5 China’s Pork Reserve Policy
1.6 Analysis of Policy Orientation for Development of Animal Husbandry in China
1.7 China’s Animal Disease Control System and its effects
1.8 Evaluation of China’s Policy on Feed Industry Development
1.9 Analysis of Trend of Policy on Hog Slaughter in China
1.10 Judgment on the Trend of China’s Trade Policy for Hog Products
1.11 Analysis on Development of China’s Hog Industry and the “12th Five-year Plan”
  1.11.1 Goals of Residents’ Incomes in the “12th Five-year Plan” and Its Impact on Pork Consumption
  1.11.2 The Orientation of China’s Hog Industry Development in the “Twelfth Five-year” Plan
1.12 Comprehensive Evaluation of Policy Environment for China’s Hog Production

2 ANALYSIS OF PROSPECT OF PORK CONSUMPTION IN CHINA

2.1 Trend of China’s Meat Consumption
2.2 Structure of Pork Consumption and Its Development Trend in China
2.3 Analysis of Prospect of Pork Consumption at Home
2.4 Food Construction Structure of Households and Its Development Trend
  2.4.1 Impacts of Resident’s Real Income Growth on Household Pork Consumption
  2.4.2 Analysis of Growth Potential of Household Pork Consumption Thanks to Rigid Population Growth
  2.4.3 Impacts from Urbanization on Household Pork Consumption
  2.4.4 Forecast on the Potential of Household Pork Consumption Growth
2.5 Analysis of Prospect of Industrial Consumption of Pork in China
  2.5.1 Analysis of the Prospect of Pork Processing Industry
  2.5.2 Proportion of Processed Pork Products in the Total of Meat Products
  2.5.3 Major Patterns of China’s Industrial Pork Consumption and Its Development Trend
  2.5.4 China’s Processing Capacity of Pork Products
  2.5.5 Forecast on the Growth Potential of the Demand of China’s Processing Industry
2.6 Analysis of Prospect of China’s Outdoor Pork Consumption
  2.6.1 Impacts of Income Growht on Outdoor Pork Consumption
  2.6.2 Impacts of Urbanization on Outdoor Pork Consumption
  2.6.3 Impacts of Population Growth on Outdoor Pork Consumption
  2.6.4 Forecast on the Potential of Outdoor Pork Consumption Growth
2.7 Analysis on Prospect of China’s Pork Export
  2.7.1 Analysis of Future Pork Demand of Major Importing Countries and Regions
  2.7.2 Impacts of International Pork Production Cost on Pork Export from China
  2.7.3 Impacts on Pork Export from Trade Policies of Main Destination Countries and Regions
  2.7.4 Forecast of Demand for Pork Export from China
2.8 Analysis of Impacts on Pork Consumption from Pork Import
  2.8.1 Forecast of Demand for Pork Import into China
  2.8.2 Major Exporters of Pork to China
  2.8.3 Impacts of Pork Production Cost of Major Exporters on Pork Consumption in China
2.9 Analysis of Impacts on Pork Consumption from Alternatives
2.10 Analysis on Impacts of Price Fluctuation on Pork Demand
2.11 Impacts of Epidemic on China’s Future Pork Consumption
2.12 Impact of Food Security Event (such as the Clenbuterol event) on China’s Pork Consumption
2.13 Evaluation of Potential of China’s Pork Demand Growth and Forecast

3 ASSESSMENT OF THE SUPPLY CAPACITY OF FEED AND FEEDSTUFF FOR HOG FARMING IN CHINA

3.1 Analysis of Feed Supply Structure in China
3.2 Analysis of Corn Material Supply
  3.2.1Analysis on China’s Potential of Corn Production
  3.2.2 Structure of China’s Corn Consumption
  3.2.3 Competition for Materials between Corn Deep-processing Industry and Feed Industry
  3.2.4 The Impact of China’s Restriction for Corn Deep-processing on Its Feed Consumption of Corn
  3.2.5 Constraints of Corn Feed Supply on Hog Farming
  3.2.6 Analysis of the Possibility for China to Import Corn
  3.2.7 Import Corn or Import Pork
  3.2.8 DDGS Import Corn and Its Alternative Effect on Feed Corn
  3.2.9 Evaluation on the Comprehensive Supply Capacity of Corn Material for Hog Farming
3.3 Evaluation on the Supply Capacity of Soymeal
  3.3.1 Analysis on Soybean Production Potential in China
  3.3.2 Analysis on the Reliability of Soybean Import
  3.3.3 Constraint on Hog Farming by Soymeal Supply
  3.3.4 Evaluation on the Comprehensive Supply Capacity of Soymeal Material

4 COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS ON THE VALUE CHAIN OF CHINA’S HOG INDUSTRY

4.1 Structural Analysis on the Value Chain of Hog Industry
  4.1.1 Cost-benefit Analysis on Hog Feed Production and Prediction
  4.1.2 Cost-Benefit Analysis of Breeding Sows and Estimates of Hog Farming
  4.1.3 Cost-Benefit Analysis and Forecasts of Hog Farming in Different Regions
  4.1.4 Cost-Benefit Analysis and Estimates of Hog Farming in Different Scales
  4.1.5 Cost-Benefit Analysis and Estimates of Standardized Hog Farming
  4.1.6 Cost-Benefit Analysis and Estimates of Live Hog Transportation
  4.1.7 Cost-Benefit Analysis and Forecasts of Hog Slaughtering
  4.1.8 Cost-Benefit Analysis of Pork Products and Forecast
  4.1.9 Structural Analysis on Value Chain of Hog Farming Industry in China
4.2 Evaluation on the Interest Distribution Rationality of Value Chain of Hog Farming Industry
4.3 Impact of Interest Distribution of the Value Chain on the Benefits of Hog Farming

5 ANALYSIS ON PROSPECTS OF HOG FARMING IN CHINA

5.1 Analysis on Total Quantity of Hog Farming in China
5.2 Analysis on Growth Potential of Hog Farming in Different Regions
5.3 Analysis on Growth Potential for Hog Farming of Different Scales
5.4 Growth Potential of Hog Farming under the Constraints of Feed Supply
5.5 Analysis on the Growth Potential of China’s Native Hog Farming
5.6 Pork Trade and Its Impact on Hog Farming in China

6 ANALYSIS OF THE CYCLICAL TURBULENCES OF CHINA’S HOG FARMING AND COUNTER MEASURES

6.1 Review of Cycles of Hog Farming in China
  6.1.1 Definition of the Cycle of Hog Farming
  6.1.2 Influence of Cyclical Fluctuations on Hog Industry
  6.1.3 Influence of Cyclical Fluctuations on Feed Industry
  6.1.4 Influence of Cyclical Fluctuations on Live Hog Slaughtering & Processing Industry
6.2 Review of Main Cycles in China’s Hog Farming History
6.3 Causes of Farming Cycles in China
6.4 Factors Influencing the Cycles of China’s Hog Farming
  6.4.1 Influence of Feed Material
  6.4.2 Influence from Inventory of Breeding Sows
  6.4.3 Influence from Farming Scale
  6.4.4 Influence from Hog Epidemic Diseases
  6.4.5 Influence from Food Security Events such as the Clenbuterol Event
  6.4.6 Influence of Risk Control over Live Hog Farming Industry & Statistics Information
  6.4.7 Influence from Interest Distribution of Hog Farming Industry
  6.4.8 Lack of Integrated Enterprise and Absence of Pork Reserves
  6.4.9 Influence from Hog Circulation System
  6.4.10 Influence from GDP Growth
  6.4.11 Influence from Withdrawal of Household Backyard Farming
  6.4.12 Influence from Other Factors
6.5 Policy Study for Lowering the Turbulence in Hog Farming

7 STATUS OF CHINA’S HOG FARMING INDUSTRY IN THE WORLD AND COMPARATIVE STUDY OF COSTS

7.1 Region Distribution of World Pork Production
7.2 World Pork Trade
7.3 Hog Farming Industry in US
7.4 Hog Farming in Canada
7.5 Hog Farming in Brazil
7.6 Changes in the Status of China’s Hog Industry in the World

8 VERTICALLY-INTEGRATED ENTERPRISES OF CHINA’S HOG INDUSTRY

8.1 Shuanghui Group
  8.1.1 Farming Capacity
    8.1.1.1 Planed Farming Capacity
    8.1.1.2 Existing Farming Capacity
    8.1.1.3 Farming Capacity under Construction
  8.1.2 Slaughtering Capacity
    8.1.2.1 Planned Slaughtering Capacity
    8.1.2.2 Existing Slaughtering Capacity
    8.1.2.3 Slaughtering Capacity under Construction
  8.1.3 Slaughter Volume
  8.1.4 Influence on Integration Enterprises from Food Security Accidents such as Clenbuterol Event
8.2 Yurun Group
  8.2.1 Farming Capacity
    8.2.1.1 Planned Farming Capacity
    8.2.1.2 Existing Farming Capacity
    8.2.1.3 Farming Capacity under Construction
  8.2.2 Slaughtering Capacity
    8.2.2.1 Planned Slaughtering Capacity
    8.2.2.2 Existing Slaughtering Capacity
    8.2.2.3 Slaughtering Capacity under Construction
  8.2.3 Slaughter Volume
8.3 Jinluo Group
  8.3.1 Farming Capacity
    8.3.1.1 Planned Farming Capacity
    8.3.1.2 Existing Farming Capacity
    8.3.1.3 Farming Capacity under Construction
  8.3.2 Slaughtering Capacity
    8.3.2.1 Planned Slaughtering Capacity
    8.3.2.2 Existing Slaughtering Capacity
    8.3.2.3 Slaughtering Capacity under Construction
  8.3.3 Slaughter Volume
8.4 Topin Group
  8.4.1 Hog Farming Capacity
    8.4.1.1Planned Hog Farming Capacity
    8.4.1.2 Existing Farming Capacity
    8.4.1.3 Farming Capacity under Construction
  8.4.2 Slaughtering Capacity
    8.4.2.1Planned Slaughtering Capacity
    8.4.2.2 Existing Slaughtering Capacity
    8.4.2.3 Slaughtering Capacity under Construction
  8.4.3 Slaughtering Quantity
8.5 Tangrenshen Group
  8.5.1 Farming Capacity
    8.5.1.1 Planned Farming Capacity
    8.5.1.2 Existing Farming capacity
    8.5.1.3 Farming Capacity under Construction
  8.5.2 Slaughtering Capacity
    8.5.2.1 Planned Slaughtering Capacity
    8.5.2.2 Existing slaughtering capacity
    8.5.2.3 The Slaughtering Capacity under Construction
  8.5.3 Slaughtering Capacity
8.6 Delisi Group
  8.6.1 Farming Capacity
    8.6.1.1 Planned Farming Capacity
    8.6.1.2 Existing Farming Capacity
    8.6.1.3 The Farming Capacity under Construction
  8.6.2 Slaughtering Capacity
    8.6.2.1 Planned Slaughtering Capacity
    8.6.2.2 Existing Slaughtering Capacity
    8.6.2.3 Slaughtering Capacity under Construction
  8.6.3 Slaughtering Capacity
8.7 Gaojin Food
  8.7.1 Farming Capacity
    8.7.1.1 Planned Farming Capacity
    8.7.1.2 Existing Farming Capacity
    8.7.1.3 Farming Capacity under Construction
  8.7.2 Slaughtering Capacity
    8.7.2.1 Planned Slaughtering Capacity
    8.7.2.2 Existing Slaughter Capacity
    8.7.2.3 Slaughtering Farms under Construction
  8.7.3 Slaughtering Capacity under Construction
8.8 Other Enterprises
  8.8.1 Newhope Group
  8.8.2 COFCO
  8.8.3 Chuying Agro-Pastoral
8.9 Market Share of Integrated Enterprises in China’s Hog Industry
8.10 Future Trend for Hog Enterprises in China

9 COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF HOG INDUSTRY IN CHINA

9.1 The Driving Force of China’s Hog Industry
9.2 Unfavorable Factors for the Development of China’s Hog Industry
9.3 Comprehensive Evaluation on the Development of China’s Hog Industry

FIGURES & TABLES

Figure 1, Changes of Consumption of Animal Products and Aquatic Products in Each Household from 1990-2015
Figure 2, Consumption Structure of Fresh Pork and Meat Products from 1992-2015
Figure 3, Consumption Structure of Fresh Pork and Meat Products in 2010
Figure 4, Urban and Rural Structure of Pork Consumption, 1992-2015
Figure 5, Per capita & Gross Household Pork Consumption of Urban and Rural Residents, 1990-2015
Figure 6, Gross Household Pork Consumption of Urban and Rural Residents, 1990-2015
Figure 7, Per Capita Food Consumption Indices of Households in 1990 - 2010
Figure 8, Income Level of Residents and Per Capita Pork Consumption at Home 1990-2015
Figure 9, Income Structure of Per Capita Household Pork Consumption of Urban Residents, 1990-2015
Figure 10, Indices of Per Capita Household Pork Consumption of Urban Residents at Different Income Levels, 1990-2015
Figure 11, Per Capita Household Pork Consumption of Urban Low-income Groups and Rural Residents, 1990 - 2015
Figure 12, China’s Household Pork Consumption of Urban and Rural Residents, 1990-2015
Figure 13, China’s Urban Population and Gross Household Pork Consumption, 1990-2015
Figure 14, China’s Urbanization and Household Pork Consumption, 1990-2015
Figure 15, Gross Output of Meat Products and Pork Output, 1990-2015
Figure 16, Chins’s Gross Output of Pork Products, Output of Pork Products from Processing Industry and Output of Traditional Chinese-style Pork Products, 1990-2015
Figure 17, Annual Pork Consumption of Chinese Resident at Restaurants and Company Canteens 1992-2015
Figure 18, Disposable Income of Urban and Rural Residents and Expenditure on Outdoor Consumption, 1992-2015
Figure 19, Annual Pork Consumption of Chinese Urban and Rural Residents at Catering Industry, 1992-2015
Figure 20, Per Capita Annual Pork Consumption at Catering Industry by Urban and Rural Residents, 1992-2015
Figure 21, The Income and Outdoor Pork Consumption of Chinese Residents, 1991-2015
Figure 22, China’s Urban Population and Outdoor Pork Consumption, 1992-2015
Figure 23, China’s Urbanization and Outdoor Pork Consumption, 1992-2015
Figure 24, China’s Outdoor Pork Consumption and Household Pork Consumption, 1992-2015
Figure 25, China’s Population and Outdoor Pork Consumption, 1992-2015
Figure 26, Structure of Destinations of Fresh and Frozen Pork Export, 2010
Figure 27, Structure of Destinations of China’s Live Hog Export, 2010
Figure 28, Import & Export of China’s Fresh and Frozen Pork and the Total Trade Volume, 1991-2015
Figure 29, Structure of Destinations of China’s Pork Import, 2010
Figure 30, Structure of Destinations of China’s Live Hog Import, 2010
Figure 31, Trends of Retail Prices Pork, Beef, Mutton, Chicken Meat and Chicken Eggs, 1997-2010
Figure 32, Per Capita Pork Consumption and Prices of Pork, Chicken Eggs and Chicken Meat, 1997-2010
Figure 33, Output of Manufactured Feed in China 1990 - 2015
Figure 34, Production Structure of Manufactured Feed in China 1990 – 2015
Figure 35, Animal Feed Production Composition in China in 2010 (Not converted to complete feed)
Figure 36, Animal Feed Production Composition in China 2010 (Converted to complete feed)
Figure 37, Corn Planting Area, Unit Yield and Output in China 1990 - 2015
Figure 38, Structure of Crop Planting Area in China 1990 - 2010
Figure 39, China’s Crop Output Structure 1990 – 2010
Figure 40, Corn Consumption Structure in China 1991 - 2010 (crop year)
Figure 41, China’s Total Output of Manufactured Feed (converted to complete feed) and Corn Consumption for Feed 1991 – 2015
Figure 42, China’s Corn Output, Feed output, Corn Consumption for Feed, Industrial Consumption of Corn and Total Corn Consumption 1990 - 2015
Figure 43, Hog Feed Demand, Output (converted to complete feed) and the Coverage of Hog Feed in China 1990 - 2015
Figure 44, China’s Output of Hog Feed (converted to complete feed) and the Proportion of Corn in Hog Feed 1990 - 2015
Figure 45, Hog Feed Consumption of Corn, Total Feed Consumption of Corn and Total Output of Corn 1991 - 2015
Figure 46, Corn Import and Export and Stocks at the End of Period 1991 - 2015
Figure 47, The Changes of DDGS Importation 2000-2011
Figure 48, China’s Soybean Planting Area, Unit Yield and Output 1990 - 2015
Figure 49, China’s Soybean Output and Soybean Crushing Volume 1991 - 2015
Figure 50, China’s Soybean Output and Soybean Import 1990 - 2015
Figure 51, China’s Total Output of Manufactured Feed (converted to complete feeds) and Soymeal Consumption 1991 - 2015
Figure 52, China’s Hog Feed Output (converted to complete feed) and Soymeal Proportion in Hog Feed 1991 - 2015
Figure 53, Production Cost Composition of Complete feed for Hogs in China, 2006-2010
Figure 54, Production Cost Composition of Complete feed for Hogs in China, 2010
Figure 55, Output of Complete feed for Hogs and the Profit Rate in China, 1997 - 2010
Figure 56, Piglet Price and Sow Farming Profits in China, 1997 - 2010
Figure 57, Production Cost of Backyard Hog Farming in China, 2010
Figure 58, Cost of Backyard Hog Farming in China (labor cost not included), 2010
Figure 59, Profits of Free Range Hog Farming in China (Labor cost excluded), 2010
Figure 60, Scaled Hog Farming Cost of Different Provinces, 2010
Figure 61, Profits of Scaled Hog Farming in Different Provinces of China, 2010
Figure 62, Cost Structure of Backyard Hog Farming in China, 2010
Figure 63, Cost Composition of Backyard Hog Farming in China, 1991-2010
Figure 64, Cost Structure of Scaled Hog Farming in China, 2010
Figure 65, Cost Composition of Scaled Hog Farming in China, 1991-2010
Figure 66, Profit of Backyard Hog Farming vs. Profit of Scaled Hog Farming in China, 1991-2010
Figure 67, Profit Rate of Backyard Hog Farming vs. Profit Rate Scaled Hog Farming in China, 1991-2010
Figure 68, Development of China’s Standardized Scale Hog Farm, 2001-2010
Figure 69, Cost Structure of Standardized Hog Farming in China, 2010
Figure70, Composition of Live Hog Transportation Cost in China, 2010
Figure 71, Composition of Slaughtering Cost of Large Slaughtering Enterprises in China, 2010
Figure 72, Hog Price and Profit Rate of Slaughtering Industry in China, 1997 - 2010
Figure 73, Composition of Value Chain of Hog Industry in China, 2010
Figure 74, Profit Distribution Composition of Hog Industrial Chain in China, 1997 – 2010
Figure 75, Comparison of Interest Rates across Sectors of Hog Industry, 1997 - 2010
Figure 76, China’s Pork Output and the Quantity of Fattened Hogs, 1991-2015
Figure 77, Trend of China’s Pork Output Growth, 1991-2015
Figure 78, China Pork Output Index across Regions in China, 1991- 2015
Figure 79, Regional Structure of Pork Production in China, 1991 - 2015
Figure 80, Growth of Pork Output in Southwest China, 1991-2010
Figure 81, Growth Rate of Pork Output in Northeast China vs. National Average, 1991 - 2010
Figure 82, Growth Trend of Pork Output in Northwest China, 1991 - 2010
Figure 83, Scale Structure of Fattened Hog Output in China, 2001-2010
Figure 84, Scale Structure of Hog Farming in China, 2010
Figure 85, Proportion of Smallhold Backyard Farming and Scaled Hog Farming in China, 1991 - 2015
Figure 86, China’s Consumption of Feed Corn & Soymeal and Pork Output, 1991-2015
Figure 87, Domestic Pork Price and Import& Export Volume, 1991-2010
Figure 88, China’s Pork Output and Trade Volume, 1991 – 2010
Figure 89, Hog Price in China, 1952 - 2010
Figure 90, Annual Fluctuations of Hog Price in China 1984 - 2011
Figure 91, Hog Price Trend in China 1984 – 2015
Figure 92, Monthly Price Trend during the Hog Farming Cycle 1997 - 2011
Figure 93, Price Range for Hogs and Corn in China 1985 - 2010
Figure 94, Hog Price during the Hog Epidemic and Diseases. 2005 - 2010
Figure 95, Hog Price Fluctuation vs. GDP Growth Rate in China 1979-2015
Figure 96, Global Pork Output by Continents, 2010
Figure 97, Global Pork Output by Nations, 2010
Figure 98: 2000-2010 Pork Export in the World
Figure 99, United States Hog Slaughter, 1998-2010
Figure 100, Hog Farm Structure by Quantity of United States, 2010
Figure 101, Pig Herd Structure by Farm Size of United States, 2010
Figure 102, Hog Farming Cost Structure in US, 2010
Figure 103, Hog Production Cost of China and United States, 2000-2010
Figure 104, Corn Prices in US and China, 2000 – 2010
Figure 105, Wholesale and Retail Price of Pork in China and United States, 2000-2010
Figure 106, China’s Fresh Frozen Pork Import and Pork Import from US, 2000-2011
Figure 107, Canada Hog Crop, 1984-2010
Figure 108, Pork Output and Export of Canada, 2000-2010
Figure 109, Cost Structure of Hog Farming in Canadian, 2010
Figure 110, Brazil Hog Crop, 2000-2010
Figure 111, Pork Output and Export of Brazil, 2000-2010
Figure 112, Wholesale Price Trend of Corn in Brazil, 2000-2010
Figure 113, Wholesale Price Trend of Soymeal in Brazil, 2000-2010
Figure 114, Hog Farming Cost Structure in Brazil, 2010
Figure 115, Main Business Structure of Shuanghui 2003-2010
Figure 116, Meat Product Structure of the Shuanghui Group 2010
Figure 117, Gross Profit Margin of Meat Products in Shuanghui Group, 2003-2010
Figure 118, Annual Slaughter Volume of Shuanghui Group and Shuanghui Investment & Development 2001-2010
Figure 119, The Business Income, Profit and Profit Margin of Yurun Group, 2005-2010
Figure 120, The Products Structure of Yurun Group, 2010
Figure 121, Yurun’s Slaughter Volume 2004-2010
Figure 122, Sales Revenue, Net Profit and Net Profit Margin of Topin Group, 2004-2010
Figure 123, Production Capacity of Major Businesses of Topin Group, 2004-2010
Figure 124, Structure of Pork Products of Topin Group, 2010
Figure 125, Sales Revenue Structure of Tangrenshen Group, 2010
Figure 126, Meat Production Structure of Tangrenshen Group, 2010
Figure 127, Sales Revenue, Profits and Profit Margin of Delisi Group, 2007-2010
Figure 128, Meat product Structure of Delisi Group, 2010
Figure 129, Sales Revenue, Profits and Profits Margin of Gaojin Food, 2005-2010
Figure 130, Business Structure of Gaojin Food, 2010
Figure 131, Gaojin Food’s Live Hog Slaughtering Capacity, 2006-2010
Figure 132, Live Hog Slaughtering Capacity of Newhope Group (exclude Liuhe Group), 2007-2010
Table 1, Judgment on Trend of Policy Environment for China’s Hog Farming
Table 2, Household Pork Consumption in 2015
Table 3 Hog Slaughtering Capacity of Branch Companies of Shuanghui Group, 2010
Table 4, Hog Slaughtering Capacity under Construction of Shuanghui Group by Slaughterhouse, 2010-2011
Table 5, Yurun’s Hog Farming Facility under Construction and Its Farming Capacity,2010-2011
Table 6, Hog Slaughtering Capacity of Yurun Group by Slaughterhouse, 2010
Table 7, Hog Slaughtering Capacity of Yurun Group by Slaughterhouse, 2009-2011
Table 8, Hog Slaughtering Capacity of Jinluo Group by Slaughterhouse, 2010
Table 9, Distribution of Slaughtering Facilities and Slaughtering Capacity of Topin Group, 2010
Table 10, Slaughtering Facilities under Construction or Being Planned and Slaughtering Capacity of Topin Group, 2010-2011
Table 11, Slaughtering Facilities Distribution and Slaughtering Capacity of DeLiSi Group, 2010
Table 12, Gaojin Food’s Live Hog Breeding Facilities and Self-breeding Capacity, 2010
Table 13, Gaojin Food’s slaughtering facilities distribution and slaughtering capacity, 2010
Table 14, Slaughtering Facilities under Construction or Being Planned and Slaughtering Capacity of Gaojin Food, 2011
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