Livestock Inventories and Meat Production in Major Producing Countries, Table 2

Table
In 000,000 head and 000,000 metric tons (carcass weight)

Region and country 1993{1} 1994{2} 1993{1} 1994{2}

Cattle and buffalo Beef and veal

World total 1,034.3 1,039.0 44.18 44.75
Canada 12.0 12.5 0.88 0.95
United States 101.7 103.4 10.58 11.12
Mexico 30.7 30.2 1.71 1.73
Argentina 54.9 54.7 2.55 2.48
Brazil 144.3 143.7 4.61 4.53
Uruguay 10.5 10.7 0.31 0.34
European Union 78.4 78.0 7.80 7.71
Other Western Europe{3} 6.0 6.1 0.49 0.52
Eastern Europe{4} 11.7 11.9 0.73 0.69
Former Soviet republics
Kazakhstan 9.3 8.9 0.60 0.58
Russian Federation 48.9 48.5 3.36 3.20
Ukraine 21.6 20.9 1.39 1.30
Australia 26.8 26.6 1.81 1.82
India 272.7 274.2 0.95 1.05
China 113.2 119.0 2.34 2.70

Hogs Pork

World total 741.5 750.5 66.08 67.30
Canada 11.2 11.7 1.19 1.25
United States 57.9 60.5 7.75 7.93
Mexico 12.1 12.4 0.87 0.92
European Union 110.2 109.8 14.64 14.63
Other Western Europe{3} 7.9 7.7 0.99 0.98
Eastern Europe{5} 34.4 35.5 2.71 2.28
Former Soviet republics
Kazakhstan 2.4 2.2 0.24 0.22
Russian Federation 28.6 26.0 2.43 2.30
Ukraine 15.3 14.4 1.04 0.95
Japan 10.6 10.5 1.43 1.41
China 393.0 401.0 28.54 30.00

Poultry Poultry meat{6}

World total ... ... 39.32 41.56
United States ... ... 12.40 13.15
Brazil ... ... 3.21 3.48
European Union ... ... 7.06 7.20
Eastern Europe{6} ... ... 0.77 0.83
Former Soviet republics
Russia ... ... 1.28 1.20
Ukraine ... ... 0.42 0.40
Japan ... ... 1.37 1.32
China ... ... 5.30 6.10

Sheep Sheep, goat meat

World total{7} 896.0 889.1 6.30 6.28

All meat

Total ... ... 155.88 159.88

{1}Preliminary livestock numbers at year's end. Countries included in totals but not shown
include the most significant for trade in Latin America, Asia, and scattered coverage
elsewhere.
{2}Forecast.
{3}Austria, Sweden, and Switzerland.
{4}Bulgaria, Poland, and Romania.
{5}Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, and Romania.
{6}Ready-to-eat equivalent.
{7}Hungary, Poland, and Romania.
{8}Coverage includes China.
Source: USDA, Foreign Agricultural Service, October 1994.

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