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Unformatted text preview: er 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...
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