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Unformatted text preview: backyard farms and the rest were in commercial farms. Figure 1. Swine Inventory by Farm Type, Philippines, as of July 1, 2010-2011 14,000,000 12,000,000 in '000 head Jul 1 10,000,000 8,000,000 6,000,000 4,000,000 2,000,000 - 2010 backyard Year 2011 commercial total Figure 2. Volume of Production, Philippines, January -June, 2010-2011 ™ The hog industry continued to grow as it registered another 1.04 percent increase in production for the period January to June 2011. Production went up from 914.88 thousand metric tons in 2010 to 924.40 thousand metric tons this year. 925 in M.T. CAR Ilocos Region Cagayan Valley Central Luzon NCR CALABARZON MIMAROPA Bicol Region Western Visayas Central Visayas Eastern Visayas Zamboanga Peninsula Northern Mindanao Davao Region SOCCSKSARGEN Caraga ARMM Apr 1 920 915 910 2010 2011 Year ™ On the average, all market levels posted price decreases during the first half of 2011 compared with the same period in 2010. Average farmgate price per kilogram of live hogs recorded a decline of 3.51 percent. Wholesale price per kilogram decreased by 3.75 percent while retail price per kilogram of pork in Metro Manila dropped by 1.68 percent. Figure 3: Average Farmgate and Market Prices January-June, 2010-2011 180.00 160.00 Peso/Kilogram Jan 1 TOTAL PHILIPPINES iii SWINE INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE REPORT Swine Inventory in Backyard and Commercial Farms by Region by Quarter, Philippines, 2010-2011 (Number of Head) 2010 2011 140.00 120.00 100.00 80.00 60.00 40.00 20.00 - farmgate wholesale Market Level retail 1 SWINE INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE REPORT SWINE INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE REPORT 6 INVENTORY ™ In July 1, 2011, the total inventory of Sows was 1.51 million head. It was 0.84 percent lower than the 2010 level of 1.52 million head. Of the total swine inventory, sows accounted for 12.36 percent. ™ Total inventory of Gilts or sow replacement this year was 497.06 thousand head. It went down by 2.35 percent from the 2010 level. ™ As of July 1, 2011, the total inventory of Fatteners reached 3.60 million head. It was 1.54 percent higher than last year’s level of 3.55 million head. Fatteners shared 29.55 percent in the total swine stock. ™ The total inventory of Growers in July 1, 2011 was recorded at 3.68 million head or 0.84 percent lower than last year’s level of 3.71 million head. ™ Piglet, weanling and boar which were classified as “others”, shared 23.80 percent of the total population. Their combined inventory declined by 15.12 percent compared to July 1, 2010 level. Table 5. Monthly Average Farmgate and Market Prices Philippines and Metro Manila, January-June, 2009-2011 Table 1. Swine Inventory by Farm Type and by Age Classification, Philippines, July 1, 2009 - 2011 ('000 Head) ITEM 2009 TOTAL 2010 13,866,234 12,709,205 2011 % Change 10/09 11/10 12,192,466 (8.34) (4.07) Backyard Commercial 9,785,596 4,080,638 8,574,849 4,134,356 8,034,626 4,157,840 (12.37) 1.32 (6.30) 0.57 Sow Backyard Commercial 1,647,045 1,153,408 493,637 1,520,291 1,031,441 488,850 1,507,498 1,001,851 505,842 (7.70) (10.57) (0.97) (0.84) (2.87) 3.48 Gilt Backyard Commercial 529,299 4...
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