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Unformatted text preview: ISSN-2012-0664 Republic of the Philippines Department of Agriculture BUREAU OF AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS Quezon City Department of Agriculture BUREAU OF AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 1184 Ben-lor Bldg., Quezon Avenue, Quezon City LIVESTOCK & POULTRY STATISTICS DIVISION 332-15-43 [email protected] http://www.bas.gov.ph September 2011 SWINE INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE REPORT i EXPLANATORY NOTES This semi-annual Industry Performance Report on swine presents the industry situation in terms of inventory by farm type and age classification; volume of production; supply and disposition; and monthly average prices at farmgate, wholesale and retail levels. This is the first issue of the semi-annual Industry Performance Report. The Bureau of Agricultural Statistics (BAS) intends to release this report every 15th of September to cover January to June data of the current year. The Livestock and Poultry data system of BAS is supported by two (2) major surveys namely: 1) The Backyard Livestock and Poultry Survey (BLPS) which covers one (1) replicate of the Palay and Corn Production Survey (PCPS) consisting of 9,700 sample households in 673 sample barangays nationwide; and 2) The Commercial Livestock and Poultry Survey (CLPS) which covers around 1,110 independent farms as of January 2010 updated list. A swine farm is considered commercial when it has a farm capacity of at least 21 head of adult swine or 10 adults and 22 young. Both surveys for swine are simultaneously conducted every quarter in all provinces. Another survey that supports the statistical requirements of the Livestock and Poultry sector is the Survey of Abattoirs and Dressing Plants (SADP). This is also known as Survey of Animals Slaughtered in Abattoirs and Dressing Plants. This covers around 1,120 accredited and non-accredited abattoirs nationwide and is undertaken in coordination with the National Meat Inspection Service (NMIS). ii SWINE INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE REPORT SWINE INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE REPORT TABLE OF CONTENTS Explanatory Notes i Table of Contents Table 7. Volume of Production, by Region, by Quarter and by Semester, Philipines, 2010-2011 (in metric tons, liveweight) ii Highlights Inventory By Farm Type and by Age Classification Top Producing Regions Production Supply and Disposition Prices Monthly Average Farmgate Price, Philippines, January-June, 2009-2011 Monthly Average Wholesale Price, Metro Manila,January-June, 2009-2011 Monthly Average Retail Price of Pork, Metro Manila, January-June, 2009-2011 Region iii 1 2 3 4 8 2010 Q1 Q2 SEM1 Q3 2011P Q4 SEM2 ANNUAL Q1 Q2 SEM1 PHILIPPINES 455,481 459,398 914,879 444,904 538,375 983,279 1,898,158 458,391 466,009 924,400 LUZON 215,130 224,508 439,638 215,754 271,137 486,891 CAR 926,529 217,006 228,283 445,289 Tables 1. Swine Inventory by Farm Type and by Age Classification, Philippines, as of July 1, 2009-2011 2. Swine Inventory of Top Producing Regions, Philippines, as of July 1, 2011 3. Volume of Production, by Quarter and by Semester, Philippines, 2009-2011 4. Supply and Disposition, Philippines, January-June, 2009-2011 5. Monthly Average Farmgate and Market Prices , Philippines and Metro Manila, January-June, 2009-2011 6. Swine Inventory in Backyard and Commercial Farms by Region and by Quarter, Philippines, 2010-2011 7. Volume Production by Quarter, by Semester and by Region, Philippines, 2010-2011 iii iii iii 1 9,706 18,370 7,227 10,268 17,495 35,865 7,643 8,747 16,390 17,575 19,028 36,603 16,558 20,753 37,311 73,914 18,387 19,450 37,837 Cagayan Valley 17,338 17,841 35,179 15,358 15,567 30,925 66,104 17,078 17,104 34,182 Central Luzon Figures 1. Swine Inventory by Farm type, Philippines, as of July 1, 2009-2011 2. Volume of Production, Philippines, January-June, 2010 – 2011 3. Annual Average Farmgate and Market Prices, Philippines, January-June, 2009 – 2010 4. Distribution of Inventory by Classification, Philippines, as of July 1, 2011 5. Distribution of Inventory by Top Producing Regions, Philippines, as of July 1, 2011 5 5 5 8,664 Ilocos Region 63,927 60,610 124,537 70,248 94,256 164,504 289,041 66,829 63,029 129,858 CALABARZON 61,717 70,830 132,547 66,688 77,731 144,419 276,966 60,483 73,254 133,737 MIMAROPA 13,569 17,552 31,121 15,211 20,028 35,239 66,360 13,295 18,392 31,687 Bicol Region 32,340 28,941 61,281 24,464 32,534 56,998 118,279 33,291 28,307 61,598 VISAYAS 107,578 104,860 212,438 101,572 119,428 221,000 433,438 108,485 105,372 213,857 W estern Visayas 1 2 3 4 41,406 44,914 86,320 47,142 47,579 94,721 181,041 42,006 45,153 87,159 Central Visayas 37,299 35,877 73,176 31,867 43,293 75,160 148,336 38,242 37,379 75,621 Eastern Visayas 2 28,873 24,069 52,942 22,563 28,556 51,119 104,061 28,237 22,840 51,077 MINDANAO 132,773 130,030 262,803 127,578 147,810 275,388 538,191 132,900 132,354 265,254 7 8 27,121 48,974 21,348 23,750 45,098 94,072 21,987 26,459 48,446 Northern Mindanao 33,589 32,859 66,448 30,843 39,227 70,070 136,518 35,131 34,617 69,748 Davao Region 32,373 27,865 60,238 32,668 34,796 67,464 127,702 32,607 30,755 63,362 SOCCSKSARGEN 31,736 29,209 60,945 28,696 29,552 58,248 119,193 30,159 27,731 57,890 Caraga 6 Zamboanga Peninsula 21,853 10,541 10,559 21,100 10,990 16,644 27,634 48,734 9,359 10,222 19,581 ARMM 2,681 2,417 5,098 3,033 3,841 6,874 11,972 3,657 2,570 6,227 P - Preliminary 7 Table 6. SWINE INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE REPORT 2010 REGION 2011 HIGHLIGHTS ™ As of July I, 2011, the total inventory of BACKYARD PHILIPPINES Oct 1 Jan 1 Apr 1 Jul 1P 13,397,789 13,132,810 12,709,205 12,627,496 12,303,096 12,277,229 12,192,466 198,393 519,598 479,039 1,428,682 199,055 532,350 468,769 1,437,349 191,121 534,303 428,241 1,747,099 1,759,631 504,485 1,050,795 1,548,714 973,113 978,360 806,553 845,511 867,193 882,010 341,471 214,241 1,801,302 542,765 996,593 1,502,181 958,733 984,773 684,307 815,410 830,013 874,007 330,917 174,286 1,706,731 486,494 900,996 1,354,464 934,154 900,080 566,443 806,535 845,419 823,511 325,923 157,691 189,503 513,249 424,196 1,667,679 4,424 1,681,147 515,279 919,476 1,351,663 964,091 819,117 579,910 819,809 864,481 823,341 330,092 160,039 189,592 502,916 416,723 1,497,828 4,216 1,652,613 498,192 952,649 1,313,330 964,005 763,052 608,217 794,101 860,594 810,132 310,361 164,575 195,937 529,923 400,867 1,511,107 1,123 1,725,199 539,037 906,929 1,317,270 942,287 733,966 540,212 816,602 838,990 824,796 291,633 161,351 195,504 535,954 385,559 1,852,505 1,100 1,667,649 482,063 850,240 1,299,908 923,264 636,179 466,800 835,170 825,595 805,020 276,736 153,220 9,542,192 9,178,390 8,574,849 8,578,793 8,466,925 8,329,059 8,034,626 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 196,383 450,489 446,196 463,455 196,825 459,147 435,806 454,164 188,791 451,487 399,159 446,468 187,528 428,650 393,522 460,235 187,676 419,775 381,681 435,734 193,493 441,108 364,232 414,469 503,705 425,071 760,870 1,338,725 789,556 970,911 791,566 615,451 707,588 532,895 335,090 214,241 499,355 441,921 700,150 1,288,313 760,186 976,786 669,459 590,644 678,477 529,059 323,812 174,286 471,902 408,014 641,559 1,179,088 706,724 892,142 543,836 587,849 688,094 494,793 317,252 157,691 453,149 426,492 681,792 1,182,936 726,541 810,947 557,835 595,832 698,304 493,925 321,066 160,039 437,623 420,366 714,497 1,167,686 725,602 754,604 586,188 578,534 698,410 491,151 302,823 164,575 437,090 442,302 691,856 1,172,057 705,053 726,183 521,891 587,141 683,457 503,233 284,143 161,351 192,854 446,512 350,501 432,308 461,105 405,288 637,872 1,155,899 689,959 629,257 453,682 589,201 684,700 482,890 269,378 153,220 COMMERCIAL PHILIPPINES 3,855,597 3,954,420 4,134,356 4,048,703 3,836,171 3,948,170 4,157,840 2,010 69,109 32,843 965,227 2,230 73,203 32,963 983,185 2,330 82,816 29,082 1,300,631 1,255,926 79,414 289,925 209,989 183,557 7,449 14,987 230,060 159,605 349,115 6,381 - 1,301,947 100,844 296,443 213,868 198,547 7,987 14,848 224,766 151,536 344,948 7,105 - 1,234,829 78,480 259,437 175,376 227,430 7,938 22,607 218,686 157,325 328,718 8,671 - 1,975 84,599 30,674 1,207,444 4,424 1,227,998 88,787 237,684 168,727 237,550 8,170 22,075 223,977 166,177 329,416 9,026 - 1,916 83,141 35,042 1,062,094 4,216 1,214,990 77,826 238,152 145,644 238,403 8,448 22,029 215,567 162,184 318,981 7,538 - 2,444 88,815 36,635 1,096,638 1,123 1,288,109 96,735 215,073 145,213 237,234 7,783 18,321 229,461 155,533 321,563 7,490 - 2,650 89,442 35,058 1,420,197 1,100 1,206,544 76,775 212,368 144,009 233,305 6,922 13,118 245,969 140,895 322,130 7,358 - 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 P - P reliminary swine in the country stood at 12.20 million head. This was 4.07 percent lower than last year’s inventory of 12.71 million head. Stocks in backyard farms dropped by 2.87 percent. Inventory in commercial farms grew by 0.50 percent against the 2010 level. About 66 percent of the swine population were raised in 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 529,299 423,330 105,969 508,992 401,506 107,486 497,056 387,774 109,281 3,602,597 (3.84) (5.16) 1.43 (2.35) (3.42) 1.67 Fattener 1/ Backyard Commercial 3,656,463 2,702,654 953,809 3,547,956 2,494,241 1,053,715 3,602,597 2,452,539 1,150,303 (2.97) (7.71) 10.47 1.54 (1.67) 9.17 Grower Backyard Commercial 3,842,173 2,802,815 1,039,358 3,714,412 2,643,296 1,071,116 3,683,246 2,573,249 1,109,998 (3.33) (5.69) 3.06 (0.84) (2.65) 3.63 Others 3/ Backyard Commercial 4,191,254 2,703,389 1,487,865 3,417,554 2,004,365 1,413,189 2,900,969 1,619,213 1,282,416 (18.46) (25.86) (5.02) (15.12) (19.22) (9.25) 2/ P Preliminary estimates 1/ Fattener is market hog 4 months old and over 2/ More than 2 mos. but less than 4 mos. 3/ Include piglets, weanlings and boars MONTH 2009 January February March April May June Sem1 MONTH January February March April May June Sem1 MONTH Figure 4. D istribution of Inventory by Classification, Philippines, as of July 1, 2011 others 23.80% sow 12.37% gilt 4.08% January February March April May June Sem1 85.29 86.32 85.92 82.53 81.38 85.68 84.52 FARMGATE PRICE (P/KG) * PHILIPPINES Percent Change 2010 2011 10/09 11/10 91.69 87.45 7.50 (4.62) 93.61 88.33 8.45 (5.64) 94.96 90.35 10.52 (4.85) 95.28 92.63 15.45 (2.78) 94.21 92.72 15.77 (1.58) 92.97 91.47 8.51 (1.61) 93.79 90.49 10.96 (3.51) WHOLESALE PRICE (P/KG.) * M ETRO MANILA Percent Change 2009 2010 2011 10/09 11/10 107.25 118.00 100.50 10.02 (14.83) 113.25 117.00 104.50 3.31 (10.68) 105.25 110.00 107.00 4.51 (2.73) 97.20 110.00 111.50 13.17 1.36 94.00 110.00 115.00 17.02 4.55 91.25 110.00 111.20 20.55 1.09 101.37 112.50 108.28 10.98 (3.75) RETAIL PRICE (Pork Ham, P/Kg.) * M ETRO MANILA Percent Change 2009 2010 2011 10/09 11/10 169.00 176.04 168.69 4.17 (4.18) 170.94 176.28 169.79 3.12 (3.68) 5.21 (2.35) 166.36 175.02 170.90 163.14 175.52 172.71 7.59 (1.60) 162.21 175.98 177.19 8.49 0.69 159.72 175.41 177.27 9.82 1.06 165.23 175.71 172.76 6.34 (1.68) * P esos per kilogram liveweight grower 30.21% fattener 29.55% 5 SWINE INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE REPORT 2 SWINE INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE REPORT PRICES TOP PRODUCING REGIONS Table 2. Swine Inventory of Top Producing Regions by Farm Type As of July 1, 2011P (Number of Head) Monthly Average Farmgate Price, Philippinea, January-June, 2009-2011 BACKYARD Region 95.00 90.00 85.00 80.00 75.00 2009 2010 2011 70.00 J an Feb Mar Apr May Inventory W estern Visayas Central Visayas Davao Region Bicol Region Eastern Visayas Northern Mindanao SOCCSKSARGEN 1,155,899 689,959 684,700 637,872 629,257 589,201 482,890 Sub-Total Others Monthly Average Wholesale Price, Metro Manila, January - June, 2009-2011 120.00 Pesos/Kilogram 115.00 110.00 105.00 100.00 95.00 90.00 2010 2011 85.00 80.00 J an Feb Mar Apr May Jun Monthly Average Retail Price of Pork, Metro Manila, January-June, 2009-2011 180.00 Pesos/Kilogram 175.00 170.00 165.00 160.00 2009 155.00 2010 2011 150.00 J an Feb Mar Apr Month Central Luzon CALABARZON SOCCSKSARGEN Northern Mindanao Central Visayas Bicol Region Western Visayas Region Inventory 1,420,197 1,206,544 322,130 245,969 233,305 212,368 144,009 Central Luzon CALABARZON Western Visayas Central Visayas Bicol Region Northern Mindanao Davao Region 1,852,505 1,667,649 1,299,908 923,264 850,240 835,170 825,595 3,784,522 373,318 8,034,626 8,254,331 3,938,135 4,157,840 12,192,466 Percent share W estern Visayas Central Visayas Davao Region Bicol Region Eastern Visayas Northern Mindanao SOCCSKSARGEN Sub-Total Others Philippines 14.39 8.59 8.52 7.94 7.83 7.33 6.01 60.61 39.39 100.00 Central Luzon CALABARZON SOCCSKSARGEN Northern Mindanao Central Visayas Bicol Region Western Visayas 34.16 29.02 7.75 5.92 5.61 5.11 3.46 91.02 8.98 100.00 Central Luzon CALABARZON Western Visayas Central Visayas Bicol Region Northern Mindanao Davao Region 15.19 13.68 10.66 7.57 6.97 6.85 6.77 67.70 32.30 100.00 P - Preliminary Month ™ At the retail level, the average price of pork dropped to P172.76 per kilogram or 1.68 percent less than the previous year's average price of P175.71 per kilogram. Higher prices were recorded in May and June of 2011. The lowest quotations were noted during the months of January and February at P168.69 and P169.79 per kilogram, respectively. Inventory 4,869,778 3,164,848 Philippines 2009 Region June Month ™ At the wholesale level, average price per kilogram of live hogs was P108.28. It went down by 3.75 percent from last year’s average price of P112.50 per kilogram. TOTAL (Backyard & Commercial COMMERCIAL 100.00 Pesos/Kilogram ™ For the first half of 2011, average farmgate price of live hogs was P90.49 per kilogram. This was 3.51 percent lower than the January to June 2010 level of P93.79 per kilogram. May Jun In July 1, 2011, around 54 percent of the total swine population were concentrated in five (5) regions namely: Central Luzon with 15.19% share; CALABARZON with 13.68%; Western Visayas with 10.66%; Central Visayas with 7.57% and Bicol Region with 6.97%. Western Visayas ranked first i n backyard inventory with 14.39 percent share of the national inventory. Central Luzon ranked first in commercial inventory with 34.16 percent share. Figure 5. Distribution of Invetory by Top Producing Regions, Philippines, as of July 1, 2011 Others 32.30% Central Luzon 15.19% CALABARZON 13.68% Northern Mindanao Western Visayas 10.66% 6.85% Davao Region 6.77% Bicol Region 6.97% Central Visayas 7.57% 3 SWINE INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE REPORT SWINE INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE REPORT 4 SUPPLY AND DISPOSITION PRODUCTION Table 4. Supply and Disposition, Philippines, January - June 2009-2011 (Number of live animals) Table 3. Volume of Production, by Quarter and by Semester, Philippines, January-June, 2009-2011 (in '000 m.t. liveweight) Quarter Jan - Mar Apr - Jun Jan - Jun 2009 453.89 446.55 900.44 2010 455.48 459.40 914.88 2011 458.39 466.01 924.40 ITEMS TOTAL SUPPLY Beginning Inventory 1/ % Change 10/09 11/10 0.35 2.88 1.60 0.64 1.44 1.04 Hog production during the first half of 2011 increased by 1.04 percent as sustained demand for pork encouraged slaughtering in the first two (2) quarters of the year. The increment was evidenced by the bigger volume of supply available for disposition particularly in Central Luzon, Central Visayas, Northern Mindanao and Davao Region. Born Alive 2009 ENDING INVENTORY 4/ 2011P % Change 10/09 11/10 26,724,965 25,673,826 24,783,167 (27.34) (3.47) 13,596,399 13,397,789 12,303,096 13,128,566 12,275,876 12,458,229 (1.46) (6.49) (8.17) 1.49 0.82 2.36 (1.75) (2.88) (0.10) (6.26) (8.34) (4.07) Imports 2/ DISPOSITION Slaughtered Death/Losses 3/ 2010 161 21,842 12,858,731 12,964,621 12,590,700 11,514,050 11,785,290 11,773,672 704,998 692,663 649,270 639,683 486,668 167,758 13,866,234 12,709,205 12,192,466 P- Preliminary 1/ As of Jan. 1 2/ No recorded imports from January to June 2011 3/ Mortality due to pest and diseases 4/ As of July 1 ™ For the period January to June 2011, the total supply of swine in the country dropped by 3.47 percent. From 25.67million head in 2010, supply went down to 24.78 million head in 2011. This was attributed to the 8.17 percent decline in inventory. ™ The total number of hogs slaughtered in the first half of 2011 stood at 11.77 million head or 0.10 percent lower than the l ast year’s level of 11.79 million head. 3 SWINE INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE REPORT SWINE INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE REPORT 4 SUPPLY AND DISPOSITION PRODUCTION Table 4. Supply and Disposition, Philippines, January - June 2009-2011 (Number of live animals) Table 3. Volume of Production, by Quarter and by Semester, Philippines, January-June, 2009-2011 (in '000 m.t. liveweight) Quarter Jan - Mar Apr - Jun Jan - Jun 2009 453.89 446.55 900.44 2010 455.48 459.40 914.88 2011 458.39 466.01 924.40 ITEMS TOTAL SUPPLY Beginning Inventory 1/ % Change 10/09 11/10 0.35 2.88 1.60 0.64 1.44 1.04 Hog production during the first half of 2011 increased by 1.04 percent as sustained demand for pork encouraged slaughtering in the first two (2) quarters of the year. The increment was evidenced by the bigger volume of supply available for disposition particularly in Central Luzon, Central Visayas, Northern Mindanao and Davao Region. Born Alive 2009 ENDING INVENTORY 4/ 2011P % Change 10/09 11/10 26,724,965 25,673,826 24,783,167 (27.34) (3.47) 13,596,399 13,397,789 12,303,096 13,128,566 12,275,876 12,458,229 (1.46) (6.49) (8.17) 1.49 0.82 2.36 (1.75) (2.88) (0.10) (6.26) (8.34) (4.07) Imports 2/ DISPOSITION Slaughtered Death/Losses 3/ 2010 161 21,842 12,858,731 12,964,621 12,590,700 11,514,050 11,785,290 11,773,672 704,998 692,663 649,270 639,683 486,668 167,758 13,866,234 12,709,205 12,192,466 P- Preliminary 1/ As of Jan. 1 2/ No recorded imports from January to June 2011 3/ Mortality due to pest and diseases 4/ As of July 1 ™ For the period January to June 2011, the total supply of swine in the country dropped by 3.47 percent. From 25.67million head in 2010, supply went down to 24.78 million head in 2011. This was attributed to the 8.17 percent decline in inventory. ™ The total number of hogs slaughtered in the first half of 2011 stood at 11.77 million head or 0.10 percent lower than the l ast year’s level of 11.79 million head. 5 SWINE INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE REPORT 2 SWINE INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE REPORT PRICES TOP PRODUCING REGIONS Table 2. Swine Inventory of Top Producing Regions by Farm Type As of July 1, 2011P (Number of Head) Monthly Average Farmgate Price, Philippinea, January-June, 2009-2011 BACKYARD Region 95.00 90.00 85.00 80.00 75.00 2009 2010 2011 70.00 J an Feb Mar Apr May Inventory W estern Visayas Central Visayas Davao Region Bicol Region Eastern Visayas Northern Mindanao SOCCSKSARGEN 1,155,899 689,959 684,700 637,872 629,257 589,201 482,890 Sub-Total Others Monthly Average Wholesale Price, Metro Manila, January - June, 2009-2011 120.00 Pesos/Kilogram 115.00 110.00 105.00 100.00 95.00 90.00 2010 2011 85.00 80.00 J an Feb Mar Apr May Jun Monthly Average Retail Price of Pork, Metro Manila, January-June, 2009-2011 180.00 Pesos/Kilogram 175.00 170.00 165.00 160.00 2009 155.00 2010 2011 150.00 J an Feb Mar Apr Month Central Luzon CALABARZON SOCCSKSARGEN Northern Mindanao Central Visayas Bicol Region Western Visayas Region Inventory 1,420,197 1,206,544 322,130 245,969 233,305 212,368 144,009 Central Luzon CALABARZON Western Visayas Central Visayas Bicol Region Northern Mindanao Davao Region 1,852,505 1,667,649 1,299,908 923,264 850,240 835,170 825,595 3,784,522 373,318 8,034,626 8,254,331 3,938,135 4,157,840 12,192,466 Percent share W estern Visayas Central Visayas Davao Region Bicol Region Eastern Visayas Northern Mindanao SOCCSKSARGEN Sub-Total Others Philippines 14.39 8.59 8.52 7.94 7.83 7.33 6.01 60.61 39.39 100.00 Central Luzon CALABARZON SOCCSKSARGEN Northern Mindanao Central Visayas Bicol Region Western Visayas 34.16 29.02 7.75 5.92 5.61 5.11 3.46 91.02 8.98 100.00 Central Luzon CALABARZON Western Visayas Central Visayas Bicol Region Northern Mindanao Davao Region 15.19 13.68 10.66 7.57 6.97 6.85 6.77 67.70 32.30 100.00 P - Preliminary Month ™ At the retail level, the average price of pork dropped to P172.76 per kilogram or 1.68 percent less than the previous year's average price of P175.71 per kilogram. Higher prices were recorded in May and June of 2011. The lowest quotations were noted during the months of January and February at P168.69 and P169.79 per kilogram, respectively. Inventory 4,869,778 3,164,848 Philippines 2009 Region June Month ™ At the wholesale level, average price per kilogram of live hogs was P108.28. It went down by 3.75 percent from last year’s average price of P112.50 per kilogram. TOTAL (Backyard & Commercial COMMERCIAL 100.00 Pesos/Kilogram ™ For the first half of 2011, average farmgate price of live hogs was P90.49 per kilogram. This was 3.51 percent lower than the January to June 2010 level of P93.79 per kilogram. May Jun In July 1, 2011, around 54 percent of the total swine population were concentrated in five (5) regions namely: Central Luzon with 15.19% share; CALABARZON with 13.68%; Western Visayas with 10.66%; Central Visayas with 7.57% and Bicol Region with 6.97%. Western Visayas ranked first i n backyard inventory with 14.39 percent share of the national inventory. Central Luzon ranked first in commercial inventory with 34.16 percent share. Figure 5. Distribution of Invetory by Top Producing Regions, Philippines, as of July 1, 2011 Others 32.30% Central Luzon 15.19% CALABARZON 13.68% Northern Mindanao Western Visayas 10.66% 6.85% Davao Region 6.77% Bicol Region 6.97% Central Visayas 7.57% 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 TOTAL 13,866,234 accounted for 12.36 percent. Backyard Commercial 9,785,596 4,080,638 ™ Total inventory of Gilts or sow Sow replacement this year was1,647,045 497.06 Backyard 1,153,408 thousand head. It went down by Commercial 493,637 2.35 percent from the 2010 level. Gilt Backyard 1, 2011, Commercial 529,299 423,330 total the105,969 ™ As of July inventory of Fatteners reached attener 1/ 3,656,463 3.60 million Fhead. It was 1.54 Backyard 2,702,654 percent higheCommercial r than last 953,809 year’s level of 3.55 million head. Grower 2/ 3,842,173 Fatteners shared 29.55 percent in ackyard 2,802,815 the total swineBstock. Commercial 1,039,358 Others 3/ 4,191,254 Table 1. Swine Inventory by Farm Type and by Age Classification, Philippines, July 1, 2009 - 2011 ('000 Head) ITEM 2009 12,709,205 12,192,466 (8.34) 8,574,849 4,134,356 8,034,626 4,157,840 (12.37) 1.32 1,507,498 1,001,851 505,842 (7.70) (10.57) (0.97) (0.84) (2.87) 3.48 508,992 401,506 107,486 497,056 387,774 109,281 (3.84) (5.16) 1.43 2009 (6.30) 0.57 1,520,291 1,031,441 488,850 MONTH 2011 (4.07) January February March April May June Sem1 (2.35) (3.42) 1.673,602,597 3,547,956 2,494,241 1,053,715 3,602,597 2,452,539 1,150,303 (2.97) (7.71) 10.47 3,714,412 2,643,296 1,071,116 3,683,246 2,573,249 1,109,998 (3.33) (5.69) 3.06 (0.84) (2.65) 3.63 3,417,554 2,900,969 1,619,213 1,282,416 (18.46) (25.86) (5.02) MONTH 1.54 (1.67) 9.17 (15.12) (19.22) (9.25) ™ The total inventory of Growers in 2,004,365 Backyard 2,703,389 July 1, 2011 was recorded 1,487,865 1,413,189 at 3.68 Commercial million head orP0.84 percent lower Preliminary estimates 1/ Fattener is than last year’s levelmarket hog 4 months old and over of 3.71 2/ More than 2 mos. but less than 4 mos. million head. 3/ Include piglets, weanlings and boars ™ 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. % Change 2010 10/09 11/10 Table 5. Monthly Average Farmgate and Market Prices Philippines and Metro Manila, January-June, 2009-2011 January February March April May June Sem1 MONTH Figure 4. D istribution of Inventory by Classification, Philippines, as of July 1, 2011 others 23.80% gilt % sow 12.37% 4.08 January February March April May June Sem1 85.29 86.32 85.92 82.53 81.38 85.68 84.52 FARMGATE PRICE (P/KG) * PHILIPPINES Percent Change 2010 2011 10/09 11/10 91.69 87.45 7.50 (4.62) 93.61 88.33 8.45 (5.64) 94.96 90.35 10.52 (4.85) 95.28 92.63 15.45 (2.78) 94.21 92.72 15.77 (1.58) 92.97 91.47 8.51 (1.61) 93.79 90.49 10.96 (3.51) WHOLESALE PRICE (P/KG.) * M ETRO MANILA Percent Change 2009 2010 2011 10/09 11/10 107.25 118.00 100.50 10.02 (14.83) 113.25 117.00 104.50 3.31 (10.68) 105.25 110.00 107.00 4.51 (2.73) 97.20 110.00 111.50 13.17 1.36 94.00 110.00 115.00 17.02 4.55 91.25 110.00 111.20 20.55 1.09 101.37 112.50 108.28 10.98 (3.75) RETAIL PRICE (Pork Ham, P/Kg.) * M ETRO MANILA Percent Change 2009 2010 2011 10/09 11/10 169.00 176.04 168.69 4.17 (4.18) 170.94 176.28 169.79 3.12 (3.68) 166.36 175.02 170.90 5.21 (2.35) 163.14 175.52 172.71 7.59 (1.60) 162.21 175.98 177.19 8.49 0.69 159.72 175.41 177.27 9.82 1.06 165.23 175.71 172.76 6.34 (1.68) * P esos per kilogram liveweight grower 30.21% fattener 29.55% SWINE INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE REPORT Table 6. REGION TOTAL PHILIPPINES 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 BACKYARD PHILIPPINES 2010 Jan 1 Apr 1 Jul 1 Oct 1 Jan 1 2011 Apr 1 Jul 1P 13,397,789 13,132,810 12,709,205 12,627,496 12,303,096 12,277,229 12,192,466 198,393 519,598 479,039 1,428,682 199,055 532,350 468,769 1,437,349 191,121 534,303 428,241 1,747,099 1,759,631 504,485 1,050,795 1,548,714 973,113 978,360 806,553 845,511 867,193 882,010 341,471 214,241 1,801,302 542,765 996,593 1,502,181 958,733 984,773 684,307 815,410 830,013 874,007 330,917 174,286 1,706,731 486,494 900,996 1,354,464 934,154 900,080 566,443 806,535 845,419 823,511 325,923 157,691 189,503 513,249 424,196 1,667,679 4,424 1,681,147 515,279 919,476 1,351,663 964,091 819,117 579,910 819,809 864,481 823,341 330,092 160,039 189,592 502,916 416,723 1,497,828 4,216 1,652,613 498,192 952,649 1,313,330 964,005 763,052 608,217 794,101 860,594 810,132 310,361 164,575 195,937 529,923 400,867 1,511,107 1,123 1,725,199 539,037 906,929 1,317,270 942,287 733,966 540,212 816,602 838,990 824,796 291,633 161,351 195,504 535,954 385,559 1,852,505 1,100 1,667,649 482,063 850,240 1,299,908 923,264 636,179 466,800 835,170 825,595 805,020 276,736 153,220 9,542,192 8,578,793 8,466,925 8,329,059 188,791 451,487 399,159 446,468 187,528 428,650 393,522 460,235 187,676 419,775 381,681 435,734 193,493 441,108 364,232 414,469 503,705 425,071 760,870 1,338,725 789,556 970,911 791,566 615,451 707,588 532,895 335,090 214,241 499,355 441,921 700,150 1,288,313 760,186 976,786 669,459 590,644 678,477 529,059 323,812 174,286 471,902 408,014 641,559 1,179,088 706,724 892,142 543,836 587,849 688,094 494,793 317,252 157,691 453,149 426,492 681,792 1,182,936 726,541 810,947 557,835 595,832 698,304 493,925 321,066 160,039 437,623 420,366 714,497 1,167,686 725,602 754,604 586,188 578,534 698,410 491,151 302,823 164,575 437,090 442,302 691,856 1,172,057 705,053 726,183 521,891 587,141 683,457 503,233 284,143 161,351 192,854 446,512 350,501 432,308 461,105 405,288 637,872 1,155,899 689,959 629,257 453,682 589,201 684,700 482,890 269,378 153,220 COMMERCIAL PHILIPPINES 3,855,597 3,954,420 4,134,356 4,048,703 3,836,171 3,948,170 4,157,840 2,010 69,109 32,843 965,227 2,230 73,203 32,963 983,185 2,330 82,816 29,082 1,300,631 1,255,926 79,414 289,925 209,989 183,557 7,449 14,987 230,060 159,605 349,115 6,381 - 1,301,947 100,844 296,443 213,868 198,547 7,987 14,848 224,766 151,536 344,948 7,105 - 1,234,829 78,480 259,437 175,376 227,430 7,938 22,607 218,686 157,325 328,718 8,671 - 1,975 84,599 30,674 1,207,444 4,424 1,227,998 88,787 237,684 168,727 237,550 8,170 22,075 223,977 166,177 329,416 9,026 - 1,916 83,141 35,042 1,062,094 4,216 1,214,990 77,826 238,152 145,644 238,403 8,448 22,029 215,567 162,184 318,981 7,538 - 2,444 88,815 36,635 1,096,638 1,123 1,288,109 96,735 215,073 145,213 237,234 7,783 18,321 229,461 155,533 321,563 7,490 - 2,650 89,442 35,058 1,420,197 1,100 1,206,544 76,775 212,368 144,009 233,305 6,922 13,118 245,969 140,895 322,130 7,358 - swine in the country stood at 12.20 million head. This was 4.07 percent lower than last year’s inventory of 12.71 million head. Stocks in backyard farms dropped by 2.87 percent. Inventory in commercial farms grew by 0.50 percent against the 2010 level. About 66 percent of the swine population were raised in 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 10,000,000 8,000,000 6,000,000 4,000,000 2,000,000 - 2010 backyard 8,034,626 196,825 459,147 435,806 454,164 ™ As of July I, 2011, the total inventory of P - P reliminary 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. 8,574,849 196,383 450,489 446,196 463,455 HIGHLIGHTS 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 9,178,390 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 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 iii SWINE INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE REPORT Swine Inventory in Backyard and Commercial Farms by Region by Quarter, Philippines, 2010-2011 (Number of Head) in '000 head 7 2010 2011 140.00 120.00 100.00 80.00 60.00 40.00 20.00 - farmgate wholesale Market Level retail ii SWINE INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE REPORT SWINE INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE REPORT TABLE OF CONTENTS Explanatory Notes i Table of Contents Table 7. Volume of Production, by Region, by Quarter and by Semester, Philipines, 2010-2011 (in metric tons, liveweight) ii Highlights Inventory By Farm Type and by Age Classification Top Producing Regions Production Supply and Disposition 4 Prices Monthly Average Farmgate Price, Philippines, January-June, 2009-2011 Monthly Average Wholesale Price, Metro Manila,January-June, 2009-2011 Monthly Average Retail Price of Pork, Metro Manila, January-June, 2009-2011 Region iii 1 2 3 8 2010 Q1 Q2 SEM1 Q3 2011P Q4 SEM2 ANNUAL Q1 Q2 SEM1 PHILIPPINES 455,481 459,398 914,879 444,904 538,375 983,279 1,898,158 458,391 466,009 924,400 LUZON 215,130 224,508 439,638 215,754 271,137 486,891 CAR 926,529 217,006 228,283 445,289 Tables 1. Swine Inventory by Farm Type and by Age Classification, Philippines, as of July 1, 2009-2011 2. Swine Inventory of Top Producing Regions, Philippines, as of July 1, 2011 3. Volume of Production, by Quarter and by Semester, Philippines, 2009-2011 4. Supply and Disposition, Philippines, January-June, 2009-2011 5. Monthly Average Farmgate and Market Prices , Philippines and Metro Manila, January-June, 2009-2011 6. Swine Inventory in Backyard and Commercial Farms by Region and by Quarter, Philippines, 2010-2011 7. Volume Production by Quarter, by Semester and by Region, Philippines, 2010-2011 iii iii iii 1 9,706 18,370 7,227 10,268 17,495 35,865 7,643 8,747 16,390 17,575 19,028 36,603 16,558 20,753 37,311 73,914 18,387 19,450 37,837 Cagayan Valley 17,338 17,841 35,179 15,358 15,567 30,925 66,104 17,078 17,104 34,182 Central Luzon Figures 1. Swine Inventory by Farm type, Philippines, as of July 1, 2009-2011 2. Volume of Production, Philippines, January-June, 2010 – 2011 3. Annual Average Farmgate and Market Prices, Philippines, January-June, 2009 – 2010 4. Distribution of Inventory by Classification, Philippines, as of July 1, 2011 5. Distribution of Inventory by Top Producing Regions, Philippines, as of July 1, 2011 5 5 5 8,664 Ilocos Region 63,927 60,610 124,537 70,248 94,256 164,504 289,041 66,829 63,029 129,858 CALABARZON 61,717 70,830 132,547 66,688 77,731 144,419 276,966 60,483 73,254 133,737 MIMAROPA 13,569 17,552 31,121 15,211 20,028 35,239 66,360 13,295 18,392 31,687 Bicol Region 32,340 28,941 61,281 24,464 32,534 56,998 118,279 33,291 28,307 61,598 VISAYAS 107,578 104,860 212,438 101,572 119,428 221,000 433,438 108,485 105,372 213,857 W estern Visayas 1 2 3 4 41,406 44,914 86,320 47,142 47,579 94,721 181,041 42,006 45,153 87,159 Central Visayas 37,299 35,877 73,176 31,867 43,293 75,160 148,336 38,242 37,379 75,621 Eastern Visayas 2 28,873 24,069 52,942 22,563 28,556 51,119 104,061 28,237 22,840 51,077 MINDANAO 132,773 130,030 262,803 127,578 147,810 275,388 538,191 132,900 132,354 265,254 7 8 27,121 48,974 21,348 23,750 45,098 94,072 21,987 26,459 48,446 Northern Mindanao 33,589 32,859 66,448 30,843 39,227 70,070 136,518 35,131 34,617 69,748 Davao Region 32,373 27,865 60,238 32,668 34,796 67,464 127,702 32,607 30,755 63,362 SOCCSKSARGEN 31,736 29,209 60,945 28,696 29,552 58,248 119,193 30,159 27,731 57,890 Caraga 6 Zamboanga Peninsula 21,853 10,541 10,559 21,100 10,990 16,644 27,634 48,734 9,359 10,222 19,581 ARMM 2,681 2,417 5,098 3,033 3,841 6,874 11,972 3,657 2,570 6,227 P - Preliminary ISSN-2012-0664 Republic of the Philippines Department of Agriculture BUREAU OF AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS Quezon City Department of Agriculture BUREAU OF AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 1184 Ben-lor Bldg., Quezon Avenue, Quezon City LIVESTOCK & POULTRY STATISTICS DIVISION 332-15-43 [email protected] http://www.bas.gov.ph September 2011 ...
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