Statens Jordbruksverk
Sveriges officiella statistik - Statistiska meddelanden
Ekologisk animalieproduktion 2014

JO 27 SM 1501


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Large increase in production of organic dairy products

Organic milk production increased by roughly 1 % during 2014. The share of organic milk production was almost 13 % of total milk production. The total amount of organic milk delivered to dairies was 371 500 tonnes in 2014. At the same time, production of organic drinking milk increased by 18 %. Both acidified milk and cheese showed an increase by 19 % while production of organic cream increased by 69 %.

Slaughterings of cattle increased by 4 % in 2014 compared with 2013. In 2014 about 14 % of the total slaughtered cattle were reared on holdings applying organic production methods. This corresponds to 19 100 tonnes. Slaughterings of organic sheep increased by 7 % in 2014. In total, slaughterings of organic sheep were estimated to 1 100 tonnes.  This means that about 22 % of the sheep slaughtered were reared on holdings applying organic production methods.

The number of organic pigs and broilers is low in Sweden and as a consequence organic animal production is low. In 2014, only 2 % of the total slaughter of pigs and 0.3 % of the slaughter of broilers came from animals reared on holdings applying organic production methods.

Organic egg production delivered to wholesalers had a share of almost 14 % of total egg production in 2014. Organic eggs delivered to wholesalers were estimated to 13 500 tonnes in 2014, an increase by 2 % compared with 2013.  


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1. Organic milk delivered to dairies

2. Production of organic dairy products at dairies

3. Slaughter of organically reared cattle at slaughterhouses

4. Slaughter of organically reared pigs, sheep and lambs at slaughterhouses

5. Slaughter of organically reared chickens

6. Organic eggs delivered to wholesalers