Beef and Cattle Industry Analyses

 

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World Beef & Cattle Analysis - November 2017

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of the world beef industry as well as total cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with ample graphics and up to date information that will provide you with a full understanding of the structure and trends in the world cattle and beef industries. There is no more comprehensive analysis available of the world cattle and beef industries.

The first spreadsheet provides notes on the file and a list of the graphs included in the following spreadsheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total world beef from 1999 including the first forecasts for 2018. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 18 GRAPHS identifying trends in the world industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2016, 2017 and 2018, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports, domestic consumption and consumption per person. The spreadsheet also shows the annual changes from 2017 to the forecast for 2018. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these 10 GRAPHS.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of total world cattle numbers and trends since 1999 including the first forecasts for 2018. The third spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 12 GRAPHS identifying trends in the world cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2016, 2017 and 2018, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2017 to the forecast for 2018. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these 10 GRAPHS.

Updated: November 2017


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Mexico Beef & Cattle Analysis - October 2016

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of the Mexican beef industry as well as their cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with clear graphics and up to date information that will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the structure and macro trends in the Mexican beef and cattle industries.

The first spreadsheet provides notes on the file and a list of the graphs included in the following spreadsheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total Mexican beef from 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 13 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Mexican industry. These notes are provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports, domestic consumption and consumption per person. The spreadsheet also shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these 10 GRAPHS. Mexico's position in each is highlighted.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of total Mexican cattle numbers and trends since 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017. The third spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 12 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Mexican cattle industry. Notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these 9 GRAPHS.

Updated:  October 2016


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Belarus Beef & Cattle Analysis - October 2016

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of the Belarus beef industry as well as their cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with clear graphics and up to date information that will provide you with a full understanding of the structure and trends in the Belarus cattle and beef industries. This provides a comprehensive overview of the macro trends in the Belarus industry.

The first spreadsheet provides notes on the file and a list of the graphs included in the following spreadsheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total Belarus beef from 1988 including the first forecasts for 2017. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 9 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Belarus industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports, domestic consumption and consumption per person. The spreadsheet also shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these 10 GRAPHS. Belarus's position in each is highlighted.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of total Belarus cattle numbers and trends since 1988 including the first forecasts for 2017. The fourth spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 12 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Belarus cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these 9 GRAPHS.

Updated:  October 2016


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Canada Beef & Cattle Analysis - October 2016

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of the Canadian beef industry as well as their cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with clear graphics and up to date information that will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the structure and macro trends in the Canadian beef and cattle industries.

The first spreadsheet provides notes on the file and a list of the graphs included in the following spreadsheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total Canadian beef from 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 13 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Canadian industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports, domestic consumption and consumption per person. The spreadsheet also shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these 10 GRAPHS. Canada's position in each is highlighted.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of total Canadian cattle numbers and trends since 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017. The third spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 12 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Canadian cattle industry. Notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these 9 GRAPHS.

Updated:  October 2016


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South Korea Beef & Cattle Analysis - October 2016

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of trends in the South Korean beef industry as well as their cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with ample graphics with up to date information which will provide you with a complete understanding of the trends in the major parameters of the South Korean beef and cattle industries.

 

The first spreadsheet provides explanatory notes and outlines what is contained on the following four sheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of South Korea's total beef from 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on the 17 GRAPHS identifying trends in the South Korean beef industry. These notes are provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports and domestic consumption. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these GRAPHS. South Korea's position is highlighted in the data.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of South Korea's cattle numbers and trends since 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017. This fourth spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 11 GRAPHS identifying trends in the South Korean cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these GRAPHS. South Korea's position is highlighted in the data.

Updated: October 2016


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Japan Beef & Cattle Analysis - October 2016

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of the Japanese beef industry as well as their cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with clear graphics and up to date information that will provide you with a full understanding of the macro trends in the Japanese beef and cattle industries.

The first spreadsheet provides notes on the file and a list of the graphs included in the following spreadsheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total Japanese beef from 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 22 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Japanese industry with additional details of the consumption trends of the three major meats being pig meat, poultry and beef. Notes are provided under each graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports, domestic consumption and consumption per person. The spreadsheet also shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these 10 GRAPHS. Japan's position in each is highlighted.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of total Japanese cattle numbers and trends since 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017. The third spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 9 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Japanese cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these 9 GRAPHS.

Updated:  October 2016


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New Zealand Beef & Cattle Analysis - October 2016

The first spreadsheet provides explanatory notes and outlines what is contained on the following four sheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of New Zealand's total beef from 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017.  The second spreadsheet also contains notes on the 8 GRAPHS identifying trends in the New Zealand beef industry. These notes are provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports and domestic consumption. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these GRAPHS. New Zealand's position is highlighted in the data.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of New Zealand's cattle numbers and trends since 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017. This fourth spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 12 GRAPHS identifying trends in the New Zealand cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these GRAPHS. New Zealand's position is highlighted in the data.

Updated: October 2016


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Australia Beef & Cattle Analysis - October 2016

The first spreadsheet provides explanatory notes and outlines what is contained on the following four sheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of Australia's total beef from 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on most of the 11 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Australian beef industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports and domestic consumption. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these GRAPHS. Australia's position is highlighted in the data.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of Australia's cattle numbers and trends since 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017. This fourth spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 13 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Australia cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these GRAPHS. Australia's position is highlighted in the data.

 Updated: October 2016


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Paraguay Beef & Cattle Analysis - October 2016

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of the Paraguayan beef industry as well as their cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with clear graphics and up to date information that will provide you with a full understanding of the structure and trends in the Paraguayan beef and cattle industries. This provides a comprehensive overview of the macro trends in the Paraguayan industry.

The first spreadsheet provides notes on the file and a list of the graphs included in the following spreadsheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total Paraguayan beef from 1995 including the first forecasts for 2017. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 5 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Paraguayan industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports, domestic consumption and consumption per person. The spreadsheet also shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these 10 GRAPHS. Paraguay's position in each is highlighted.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of total Paraguayan cattle numbers since 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017. There is only one GRAPH of the numbers of cattle in Paraguay due to lack of OTHER details being readily available.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these 9 GRAPHS.

Updated:  October 2016


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Russia Beef & Cattle Analysis - October 2016

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of the Russian beef industry as well as their cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with clear graphics and up to date information that will provide you with a full understanding of the macro trends in the Russian industry.

The first spreadsheet provides notes on the file and a list of the graphs included in the following spreadsheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total Russian beef from 1988 including the first forecasts for 2017. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 9 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Russian industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports, domestic consumption and consumption per person. The spreadsheet also shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these 10 GRAPHS. Russia's position in each is highlighted.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of total Russian cattle numbers and trends since 1988 including the first forecasts for 2017. The fourth spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 14 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Russian cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these 9 GRAPHS.

Updated:  October 2016


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Uruguay Beef & Cattle Analysis - October 2016

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of the Uruguayan beef industry as well as their cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with clear graphics and up to date information that will provide you with a full understanding of the structure and trends in the Uruguayan cattle and beef industries. This provides a comprehensive overview of the macro trends in the Uruguayan industry.

The first spreadsheet provides notes on the file and a list of the graphs included in the following spreadsheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total Uruguayan beef from 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 9 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Uruguayan industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports, domestic consumption and consumption per person. The spreadsheet also shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these 10 GRAPHS. Uruguay's position in each is highlighted.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of total Uruguayan cattle numbers and trends since 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017. The fourth spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 12 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Uruguayan cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these 9 GRAPHS.

Updated:  October 2016


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Argentina Beef & Cattle Analysis - October 2016

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of the Argentinian beef industry as well as their cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with clear graphics and up to date information that will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the macro trends in the Argentinian beef and cattle industries.

The first spreadsheet provides notes on the file and a list of the graphs included in the following spreadsheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total Argentinian beef from 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 9 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Argentinian industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports, domestic consumption and consumption per person. The spreadsheet also shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these 10 GRAPHS. Argentina's position in each is highlighted.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of total Argentinian cattle numbers and trends since 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017. The fourth spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 11 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Argentinian cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these 9 GRAPHS.

Updated:  October 2016


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EU Beef & Cattle Analysis - October 2016

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of the EU beef industry as well as their cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with clear graphics and up to date information that will provide you with a full understanding of the structure and macro trends in the EU cattle and beef industries.

The first spreadsheet provides notes on the file and a list of the graphs included in the following spreadsheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total EU beef from 1999 including the first forecasts for 2017. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 12 GRAPHS identifying trends in the EU industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports, domestic consumption and consumption per person. The spreadsheet also shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these 10 GRAPHS. The EU's position in each is highlighted.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of total EU cattle numbers and trends since 1999 including the first forecasts for 2017. This fourth spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 14 GRAPHS identifying trends in the EU cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these 9 GRAPHS.

Updated:  October 2016


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India Beef & Cattle Analysis - October 2016

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of the Indian beef (carabeef) industry as well as their cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with clear graphics and up to date information that will provide you with a full understanding of the structure and macro trends in the Indian cattle and beef industries.

The first spreadsheet provides notes on the file and a list of the graphs included in the following spreadsheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total Indian beef from 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 10 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Indian industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports, domestic consumption and consumption per person. The spreadsheet also shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these 10 GRAPHS. India's position in each is highlighted.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of total Indian cattle numbers and trends since 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017. This fourth spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 10 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Indian cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these 9 GRAPHS.

Updated:  October 2016


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China Beef & Cattle Analysis - October 2016

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of the Greater Chinese (i.e. Mainland China plus Hong Kong) beef industry as well as their cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with clear graphics and up to date information that will provide you with a full understanding of the structure and the macro trends in the Greater Chinese (called Chinese from now on for simplicity) industry.

The first spreadsheet provides notes on the file and a list of the graphs included in the following spreadsheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total Chinese beef from 1975 including the first forecasts for 2017. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 12 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Chinese industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports, domestic consumption and consumption per person. The spreadsheet also shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these 10 GRAPHS. China's and Hong Kong's position are shown separately and are highlighted in each case.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of total Chinese cattle numbers and trends since 1975 including the first forecasts for 2017. The fourth spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 10 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Chinese cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these 9 GRAPHS.

Updated:  October 2016


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World Beef & Cattle Analysis - October 2016

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of the world beef industry as well as total cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with ample graphics and up to date information that will provide you with a full understanding of the structure and trends in the world cattle and beef industries. There is no more comprehensive analysis available of the world cattle and beef industries.

The first spreadsheet provides notes on the file and a list of the graphs included in the following spreadsheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total world beef from 1999 including the first forecasts for 2017. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 17 GRAPHS identifying trends in the world industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports, domestic consumption and consumption per person. The spreadsheet also shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these 10 GRAPHS.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of total world cattle numbers and trends since 1999 including the first forecasts for 2017. The fourth spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 12 GRAPHS identifying trends in the world cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these 9 GRAPHS.

Updated:  October 2016 

 


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USA Beef & Cattle Analysis - October 2016

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of the USA beef industry as well as their cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with clear graphics and up to date information that will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the structure and macro trends in the USA beef and cattle industries.

The first spreadsheet provides notes on the file and a list of the graphs included in the following spreadsheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total USA beef from 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 14 GRAPHS identifying trends in the USA industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports, domestic consumption and consumption per person. The spreadsheet also shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these 10 GRAPHS. The USA's position in each is highlighted.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of total USA cattle numbers and trends since 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017. The fourth spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 15 GRAPHS identifying trends in the USA cattle industry. There are also 4 graphs with data on cattle number trends in many of the major cattle countries. Notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these 9 GRAPHS.

Updated:  October 2016


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Brazil Beef & Cattle Analysis - October 2016

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of the Brazilian beef industry as well as their cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with clear graphics and up to date information that will provide you with a full understanding of the structure and trends in the Brazilian cattle and beef industries. This provides a comprehensive overview of the macro trends in the Brazilian industry.

The first spreadsheet provides notes on the file and a list of the graphs included in the following spreadsheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total Brazilian beef from 1961 including the first forecasts for 2017. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 13 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Brazilian industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports, domestic consumption and consumption per person. The spreadsheet also shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these 10 GRAPHS. Brazil's position in each is highlighted.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of total Brazilian cattle numbers and trends since 1988 including the first forecasts for 2017. The fourth spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 13 GRAPHS identifying trends in the Brazilian cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2015, 2016 and 2017, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2016 to the forecast for 2017. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these 9 GRAPHS.

Updated:  October 2016


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USA Beef & Cattle Analysis - December 2015

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of trends in the USA beef and cattle industries. It comprises five spreadsheets with ample graphics with up to date information which will provide you with a complete understanding of the trends in the major parameters of the USA beef and cattle industries and includes the first forecasts for 2016.

The first spreadsheet provides explanatory notes and outlines the contents of the following four sheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total USA beef from 1961 including the first forecasts for 2016. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 14 graphs identifying trends in the USA beef industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2014, 2015 and 2016, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports and domestic consumption. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2015 to the forecast for 2016. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these graphs. USA's position is highlighted in the data where
relevant.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of USA's cattle numbers and trends since 1961 including the first forecasts for 2016. The third spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 15 graphs identifying trends in the USA cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference. In addition the trends in numbers in the 13 major world cattle countries are analysed with 4 graphs to show the trends in those countries.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2014, 2015 and 2016, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2015 to the forecast for 2016. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers
etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of the 8 graphs. USA's position is highlighted in the data where relevant.

Updated: December 2015


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World Beef and Cattle Analysis - December 2015

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of the world beef industry as well as total cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with ample graphics and up to date information that will provide you with a full understanding of the structure and trends in the world cattle and beef industries. There is no more comprehensive analysis of the world cattle and beef industries.

The first spreadsheet provides notes on the file and a list of the graphs included in the following spreadsheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total world beef from 1999 including the first forecasts for 2016. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 17 GRAPHS identifying trends in the world industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2014, 2015 and 2016, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports, domestic consumption and consumption per person. The spreadsheet also shows the annual changes from 2015 to the forecast for 2016. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these 10 GRAPHS.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of total world cattle numbers and trends since 1999 including the first forecasts for 2016. The third spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 11 GRAPHS identifying trends in the world cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2014, 2015 and 2016, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2015 to the forecast for 2016. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these GRAPHS.

Updated: December 2015


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Australia Beef & Cattle Analysis - September 2015

The first spreadsheet provides explanatory notes and outlines what is contained on the following four sheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total Australian beef from 1961 including the revised forecasts for 2015. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 10 graphs identifying trends in the Australian beef industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2013, 2014 and 2015, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports and domestic consumption. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2014 to the forecast for 2015. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these graphs. Australia's position is highlighted in the data where relevant.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of Australia's cattle numbers and trends since 1961 including the revised forecasts for 2015. The third spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 13 graphs identifying trends in the Australian cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2013, 2014 and 2015, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2014 to the forecast for 2015. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these graphs. Australia's position is highlighted in the data where relevant.

Updated: September 2015


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Argentina's Beef & Cattle Analysis - September 2015

The first spreadsheet provides explanatory notes and outlines what is contained on the following four sheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total Argentinian beef from 1961 including the revised forecasts for 2015. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 9 graphs identifying trends in the Argentinian beef industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2013, 2014 and 2015, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports and domestic consumption. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2014 to the forecast for 2015. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these graphs. Argentina's position is highlighted in the data where relevant.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of Argentina's cattle numbers and trends since 1961 including the revised forecasts for 2015. The third spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 10 graphs identifying trends in the Argentinian cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2013, 2014 and 2015, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2014 to the forecast for 2015. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these graphs. Argentina's position is highlighted in the data where relevant.

Updated: September 2015


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India's Beef & Cattle Analysis - September 2015

The first spreadsheet provides explanatory notes and outlines what is contained on the following four sheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total Indian beef from 1961 including the revised forecasts for 2015. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 10 graphs identifying trends in the Indian beef industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2013, 2014 and 2015, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports and domestic consumption. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2014 to the forecast for 2015. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these graphs. India's position is highlighted in the data where
relevant.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of India's cattle numbers and trends since 1961 including the revised forecasts for 2015. The third spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 10 graphs identifying trends in the Indian cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2013, 2014 and 2015, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2014 to the forecast for 2015. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these graphs. India's position is highlighted in the data where relevant.

Updated: September 2015


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EU's Beef & Cattle Analysis - September 2015

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of trends in the EU beef industry as well as their cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with ample graphics with up to date information which will provide you with a complete understanding of the trends in the major parameters of the EU beef and cattle industries.


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Brazil's Beef & Cattle Analysis - September 2015

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of trends in the Brazilian beef industry as well as their cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with ample graphics with up to date information which will provide you with a complete understanding of the trends in the major parameters of the Brazilian beef and cattle industries.

 
Updated: September 2015


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China Beef & Cattle Analysis - July 2015

The first spreadsheet provides explanatory notes and outlines what is contained on the following four sheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of Greater China's total beef from 1975 including the revised forecasts for 2015. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on most of the 12 graphs identifying trends in the China beef industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2013, 2014 and 2015, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports and domestic consumption. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2014 to the forecast for 2015. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these graphs. China's position is highlighted in the data.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of China's cattle numbers and trends since 1975 including the revised forecasts for 2015. The third spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 10 graphs identifying trends in the Chinese cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2013, 2014 and 2015, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2014 to the forecast for 2015. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these graphs. China's position is highlighted in the data.

Updated: July 2015


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USA Beef & Cattle Analysis - July 2015

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of trends in the USA beef industry as well as their cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with ample graphics with up to date information which will provide you with a complete understanding of the trends in the major parameters of the USA beef and cattle industries.

 

The first spreadsheet provides explanatory notes and outlines what is contained on the following four sheets.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total USA beef from 1961 including the revised forecasts for 2015. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 14 graphs identifying trends in the USA beef industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2013, 2014 and 2015, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports and domestic consumption. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2014 to the forecast for 2015. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these graphs. USA's position is highlighted in the data where relevant.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of USA's cattle numbers and trends since 1961 including the revised forecasts for 2015. The third spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 15 graphs identifying trends in the USA cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference. In addition the trends in numbers in the 13 major world cattle countries are analysed with four graphs to show the trends in those countries.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2013, 2014 and 2015, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2014 to the forecast for 2015. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these graphs. USA's position is highlighted in the data where relevant.

Updated: June 2015


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World Beef and Cattle Analysis - June 2015

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of the world beef industry as well as total cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with ample graphics and up to date information that will provide you with a full understanding of the structure and trends in the world cattle and beef industries. There is no more comprehensive analysis of the world cattle and beef industries.

 

The first spreadsheet provides explanatory notes and outlines what is contained on the following four sheets. This file provides a comprehensive analysis of the latest trends in the world beef and cattle industries.

The second spreadsheet provides the details of total world beef from 1999 including the revised forecasts for 2015. The second spreadsheet also contains notes on each of the 17 CHARTS identifying trends in the world industry. These notes are now provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A third spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2013, 2014 and 2015, for all countries, of total beef production, imports, exports and domestic consumption. The spreadsheet also shows the annual changes from 2014 to the forecast for 2015. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. production, consumption etc.) is also included with comments accompanying each of these CHARTS.

The fourth spreadsheet provides the details of total world cattle numbers and trends since 1999 including the revised forecasts for 2015. The third spreadsheet also contains notes on most of the 11 CHARTS identifying trends in the world cattle industry. These notes are also provided under each relevant graph for ease of reference.

A fifth spreadsheet includes forecasts for 2013, 2014 and 2015, for all countries, of total cattle numbers and movements. It includes opening dairy and beef cow numbers, live cattle imports and exports, calf numbers, total slaughter numbers and the ending inventory. The spreadsheet shows the annual changes from 2014 to the forecast for 2015. A graphic for each of the parameters showing the top countries in the world for that parameter (e.g. total numbers, slaughter numbers etc.) is also included. Again comments are provided with each of these CHARTS.

Updated: June 2015


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Canada Beef & Cattle Data Analysis - November 2012

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of trends in the Canadian beef industry as well as their cattle industry. It comprises
five spreadsheets with ample graphics with up to date information which will provide you with a complete understanding of the trends in the
major parameters of the Canadian beef and cattle industries.


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Australia Beef & Cattle Data Analysis - November 2014

This is an Excel file containing a comprehensive overview of trends in the Australian beef industry as well as their cattle industry. It comprises five spreadsheets with ample graphics with up to date information which will provide you with a complete understanding of the trends in the major parameters of the Australian beef and cattle industries.


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