Statens Jordbruksverk
Sveriges officiella statistik - Statistiska meddelanden
Animalieproduktion

JO 48 SM 1702

 

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Animal Products - Annual and monthly statistics – 2016:12

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The weight of slaughtered poultry increased by 5 % between 2015 and 2016

234 300 tonnes of milk were delivered to dairies in December 2016. Figure A shows how these quantities have varied from 2013. The total weight for 2016 was 2 862 000 tonnes. The production of drinking milk was 69 600 tonnes in December 2016 and 800 000 tonnes in 2016. It was 2 % less than 2015. See Table 2 for more details.

In total, 33 000 adult cattle and 1 200 calves were slaughtered in
December 2016. Total slaughter weight in December 2016 was 10 900 tonnes and it is shown in Figure
B. 411 000 cattle were slaughtered In 2016, which is 4 % less than 2015. The weight decreased from 133 100 tonnes 2015 to 131 200 tonnes 2016.

211 800 pigs were slaughtered in December 2016, with a total slaughter weight of 19 700 tonnes. The corresponding figures for the whole of 2016 were 2 526 5000 pigs and 232 800 tonnes. That was almost the same weight as in 2015. Figure C shows how the slaughter of pigs has developed since the year 2013.

The total slaughter of sheep, rams and lambs in December 2016 was less than 400 tonnes. The total weight in 2016 was more than 5 000 tonnes, which is 2 % less than 2015. Figure D shows how the total slaughter of sheep, rams and lambs has developed since the year 2013.

More than 13 300 tonnes of poultry were slaughtered in December 2016. Total slaughter of poultry in 2016 was 152 200 tonnes which is 5 % more than 2015 and 14 % more than 2014. Figure E shows how the total slaughter of poultry has developed since the year 2013.

In 2016 there were 120 700 tonnes of eggs delivered to wholesalers from The Swedish Egg and Poultry Association. It is an increase by 14 % compared with 2015. 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 Association. 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.

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Explanation of symbols

1. Milk delivered to dairies

2. Production at dairies (1 000 metric tonnes)

3a. Slaughterings of livestock at slaughter houses

3b. Slaughterings of livestock at slaughter houses

4. Slaughterings of poultry at slaughter houses

5. Eggs delivered to wholesalers, members of the Swedish Egg & Poultry Association

6. Slaughterings of cattle, pigs and sheep within the EU (1 000 metric tonnes)

7. Milk delivered to dairies within the EU