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Animal Products - Annual and monthly statistics – 2015:12
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Increased slaughterings of sheep and poultry 2015 compared with 2014
The quantity of milk delivered to dairies in December 2015 was 242 800 tons, 1 800 tons less than December 2014. Figure A shows the quantity of milk delivered to dairies month by month from 2012 to December 2015. The total quantity of milk delivered to dairies in 2015 was 2.9 million tons, a decrease by 10 000 tons compared with 2014 but more than the annual deliveries 2010-2013. The production of drinking milk 2015 was 812 200 tons, an increase by 0.3 % compared with 2014, but a decrease by 11 % compared with 2010. Cream production was 111 100 tons 2015, which is an increase by 6 % compared with 2014.
In 2015 over 406 400 adult cattle and nearly 21 800 calves were slaughtered. The total weight of the slaughtered cattle was more than 133 100 tons, which is 1 % more than 2014 and 3 % less than 2010. The slaughter of pigs 2015 is 1 % less than 2014 and 11 % less than 2010. In 2015 2.56 million pigs weighing 233 500 tons were slaughtered. Figures B and C show how the slaughter of cattle and pigs has developed since the year 2012. The total slaughter of sheep, rams and lambs in 2015 was 5 100 tons, an increase by 1 % compared with 2014 and 3 % compared with 2010.
The poultry slaughtered in 2015, which include chickens, hens and turkeys, weighed 142 800 tons. 95 % of the weight was from chickens. The total weight is 7 % more than 2014 and 19 % more than 2010. Before 2015 condemned hen and turkey carcasses were included, but not in 2015. Figure D shows the total slaughter of poultry on a quarterly basis from 2012 onwards.
In 2015 there were 105 800 tons of eggs delivered to wholesalers from The Swedish Egg and Poultry Associations. It is an increase by 6 % compared with 2014 and 23 % compared with 2010. The increase may be due to more eggs produced in Sweden and/or a larger percentage of all eggs produced in Sweden being delivered to wholesalers from The Swedish Egg and Poultry Associations. It is estimated that The Swedish Egg and Poultry Associations increased their market share from 77 % to 82 % between 2011 and 2014. Figure E shows eggs delivered to wholesalers since the year 2012.