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Animal Products - Annual and monthly statistics – 2016:09
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Decreased slaughterings of cattle, pigs and sheep in January until September 2016 compared with 2014 and 2015
220 600 tonnes of milk were delivered to dairies in September 2016. Figure A shows how these quantities have varied from 2013 to September 2016. The production of drinking milk was 65 200 tonnes in September 2016, which is 3 % less than in September 2015. Compared with this point in 2015, yearly butter production has risen 9 % while milk powder production has shrunk 10 %. See Table 2 for more details.
Nearly 36 600 adult cattle and 1 400 calves were slaughtered in September 2016. Compared with September of previous years, this is an unusually low number of calves. The total weight of the slaughtered cattle was more than 12 100 tonnes, which is less than the same month in the last two years. This can be seen in Figure B. 206 000 pigs were slaughtered in September 2016, representing a weight of 18 700 tonnes. It is nearly 500 tonnes less than in September last year. Figure C shows how the slaughter of pigs has developed since the year 2013. The total slaughter of sheep, rams and lambs in September 2016 was nearly 700 tonnes, which is 30 tonnes less than in September 2015. Figure D shows how the total slaughter of sheep, rams and lambs has developed since the year 2013.
More than 13 400 tonnes of poultry were slaughtered in September 2016. There was an increase in both chickens and turkeys but a decrease of hens compared with September 2015. 95 % of the weight was from chicken. Figure E shows how the total slaughter of poultry has developed since the year 2013.
In September 2016 there were 10 4000 tonnes of eggs delivered to wholesalers from The Swedish Egg and Poultry Association. It is an increase by 22 % compared with September 2016. It is estimated that The Swedish Egg and Poultry Association increased their market share from 83 % to 88 % between 2015 and 2016. Figure F shows eggs delivered to wholesalers since the year 2013.