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Beef: Per Capita Consumption Summary Selected Countries

KilogramsPer Person
2003

20o4

2005

2006

2oo7 (p)

2OO8 (f)

Bef
Argentina

62. 7

64.4

62.0

63.9

65.9

6 3 .B

Australia

40. 9

38.7

37.8

36.9

37.0

36.9

Brazil

34.5

34.9

36.5

37.0

37.3

37.6

Carrada

32. , o

JI.J

32.9

32.8

32.6

30.7

5.4

5.6

5.9

6.0

77.6

r7.5

17.4

China, PoplesRepublicof
EuropeanUnion 1/
Egvpt
Hong Kong

4. 9
17. 7

L7.7

7. 6

8.3

9.4

9.6

8.2

0.9

15. 4

14.9

15.8

16.0

16.3

t7.0

l/.o

1. 4

1.5

1.5

1.5

1.6

1.6

ldpan

10, 6

9.2

9.3

9.1

9.5

9.6

Korea, South

12. 8

9.7

9.1

10.2

10.5

10.9

23.3

23.3

f )

38.1

37.1

India 2/

Mexico

22. 2

22.4

22.7

New Zealand

39.7

34.1

33.7

38.5

RussianFederation

16.2

15.7

tt.L

16.3

16.8

17.2

South Africa
'faiwan

13. 9

15.0

15.8

16.9

15.8

16.1

4. 7

J.O

n.+

4.7

4.7

4.7

Turkey

9. 4

9.2

9.0

B.B

8,6

8.6

Ukraine

8. 5

r0.7

10.1

9.0

7.8

United States

42. 5

43.2

42.8

43.7

42.6

4r.7

Uruguay

49.7

56.s

55.6

53.6

56.0

54.3

Sources: USDA -FAS attache reports, official statistics, and results of office research. Population
statistics from U.S. Census Bureau. PopulationDivision, International Programs Center.

Nots: 1/ EU data includes 27 member states for all years. 2/ Incluclesbuffalo.

(p) preliminary;(f) forecast

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Service/USDA
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2007
November

Poultry: Per Capita Consumption Summary Selected


KilogramsPer Person
2003

2004

2005

2006

2OO7(p)
28.6

?n -7

2OO8 (f)

Broiler Meat

1 8 .6

21.6

24.0

28.l

Australia

3 0 .6

31.9

34.3

35.0

34.9

35,2

Brazil

3 1 .5

32.5

36.4

37.9

3B,B

Canada

29.6

29.7

30.2

30.1

China. PeoplesRepublicof

29.2
7 .7

35.s
29.4

7.9

8.3

4.7

EuropeanUnion 1/

1 5 .9

L5.7

16.6

r5.8

1C

Hong Kong

JI.T

37.6

38.8

38.B

38.7

Argentina

7.6

1a

16.3
38.5

India

1. 4

1.5

L.7

1.8

10

2.r

Indonesia

??

2.8

2,8

3.0

3.1

3.2

t 4 "5

13.5

14.8

15.1

15.0

lapan

rF

Korea, South

L0.7

9.6

t2.2

tl ,J

11.6

11.5

Kuwait 2/

49. 5

54.5

42.8

43.4

44./

43.5

Malaysia

37. 7

37.7

38.5

38.3

38.0

38.0

Mexico

2s.3

L)

27.0

28.1

28.2

28.6

RussianFederation

11. 6

L L ./

76.7

18.0

19.0

Saudi Arabia

35. 7

34.3

38.1

35.4

35.7

35.3

South Africa

20.9

2r.5

22.8

24.4

24.8

24.9

Taiwan

27. 4

28.5

27.5

28.'/

26.7

Thailand

t 2. l

1 0 .1

11.9

12.4

12.t

1 2. B

11.2

13.0

14.9

.O

15.0

4. 5

10"1

qt

United Arab Emirates 2/

59.2

70.5

77.0

78.0

97.6

100.6

United States

43.2

44.6

45.4

46.2

45.4

46,L

Venezuela

28. 0

30.2

31.4

29.5

35.3

36.7

Ukraine

Turkey
Brazil

no

1.0

1.1

1.0

1.1

1.3

uo

+.J

4.3

4.4

4.4

4,3

4.3

EuropeanUnion 1/

4 .0

4.0

3.9

3.8

3.8

3.7

Mexico

1 .7

1.5

1.9

1.9

2.4

2.O

RussianFederation

0 .9

0.8

0.6

0.6

7 ,9

7.8

0.9
7.6

0.8

United States

7.7

7.9

7.8

I t dud

Sources: USDA-FASattache reports, official statistics, and results of office research. Population
statistics frorn U.S. Census Bureau, PooulationDivision, International ProqrarnsCenter.
Notesi

I/ EU data includes 27 member states for all years.


2/ Kuwait and UAE consumption is likely overstated by the amount of product
believedto be transshippedto lraq.

(p) preliminary; (f) forecast

Foreign AgriculturalService/USDA
Offce of Glot'al Analysi*.

November2007

Live Cattle Selected Countries Summary


(i n 1,O0Ohead)
2003

?otal Cattle Beg, Stks


India
Brazil
China, PeoplesRepublicof
EU_27
Argentina
Australia
Mexico
RussianFederation
South Africa, Republicof
Canada
Others
Total Foreign
United States
Total
Production (Calf Crop)
China,PeoplesRepublicof
Brazil
lndia
EU.27
Argentina
Australia
Mexico
RussianFederation
Canada
New Zealand
Others
Total Foreign
United States
Total

286,O79
t6r,463
130, 848
01 qo7

50,869
27,470
29,224
23, 500
13, 635
13, 466
64,325
892,876
96, 100
988,976

51, 654
44,847
55, 100
a7 ) 44
14,000
8, 823
7,200
8,845
5, 67L
4, 475
1q - 7AA

253,665
37,903
29 1, 568

2005

2004

283,103
L65,492
1,34,672
90,375
50,768
26,640
28,437
22,285
13,540
14,555
6r,362
89r,229
94,888
986,1L7

54,762
L6 ) 14

55,800
32,489
15 , 0 0 0
9,970
7,300
8,400
5,427
4,450
19,003
2 5 8 , 23 5
295,740

) at

( nn

769,567
137,818
89,319
50,167
27,270
27,572
2 1 ,1 0 0
13,510
14 q7q

2006

282,300
L73,816
140,435
89,345
qn 166

27,782
26,949
19,850
L3,790
14 6qq

58,014
891,762
95,438
987,200

57,020
896,108

57,020
48,327
56,500
32,207
15,400
9,643
7,500
7,950

57,900
5r,797
57,000
30,350
15,500
r0,264
7,700
7,505

q qn1

4,460
18,468
262,976
37,575
3 0 0 , 5 51

v o, l u I

992,810

?1?

4,363
18,654
266,346
37,567
303,913

2o,47

2008
Nov

55,849
899,044
97,003
996,047

28t,700
187, 165
140,148
87,810
51, 261
28,400
26,r73
18,330
14,t87
13,725
49,557
898,456
96,900
995,356

59,700
54,450
57,000
30,470
15,400
9,955
8,000
7,270
5,270
4,330
18,285
270,130
37,40{)
307,530

61, 500
57,852
57,450
30, 135
15,400
9, 900
B, 250
7,220
5, 150
4,4t0
t7,0r0
274, 277
37,200
3tI,477

282,000
180,300
L39,447
88,334
51,164
28,s60
26,348
19,000
13,977
14 1?O

Source: USDA-FASattache reports, officiat statistics, and results of office research.


Notes: 1/ Includesbuffalofor India.
2/ From 2003, Columbia,Costa R.ica.DominicanRepublic,El Salvador,Honduras,Nicaragua
and Venezuelaare no longer includedin the cattle anrl beef PSD.
From 2008, the Philippinesis no longer includedin the cattle and beef PSD.
Data for 2007 is preliminary. Data for 2008 is forecast.

ForeignAgricultural
Service/USDA
Officeof GlobalAnalysi-<

November2007

Beef and Veal Selected Countries Summary


I,OOO Metric Tons (Carcass Weight Equivalent)
2003

Total Imports
RussianFederation
E U-27
Japan
Mexico
Korea,Republicof
Canada
Esypt
Hong Kong
Taiwan
South Africa. Republicof
Others
Total Foreign
United States
Total
Total Exports
Brazil
Australia
India
Canada
Argentina
New Zealand
Uruguay
EU_27
China,PeoplesRepublicof
Mexico
Others
Total Foreign
United States
Total

709
549
833
381
457
304
92
101
240
3, 807
I, JC'J

5, 170

I , 162
| ) 41

432
4t3
382
548
282
438
36
t2
227
1 ,r4 2
6 ,31 5

20'04

2005

2006

978
7rl
686
335
250
151
221

939
717
678
383
298
180
291

2007

2008
Nov

1,050
725
715
400
315
225
250
100
105
30
227
4,142

1, 100
750
725
4tO
320
255
255
105
105
30
69
4,t24
1, 551
5,675

7t9
64t
634
296
224
1,23
173
BB
B2
23
249
3,252
1,669
4,92r

95
29
262
3 , 81 3
1,632
5,445

104
27
720
3,934
1 ?O O

t,.+/L

( ???

5,613

1,610
1,369
492
603
616
594
354
363
52

1,845
1,388
617
596
754
577
4t7
253
76

2,O84
r,430
681
477

2,400
1,450
72s
480
525
515
400
L75

1q
t-t3

6,205
209
6,4t4

oa

??

99
6,654
317
A All

s30
460
tLo

B5
39
.1'7

6,591
519
7,1t0

oq

45
53
6,867
650
7.5t7

2,650
1, 380
800
550
53s
530
410
175
102
45
45
7,222
776
7,998

Source: USDA-FASattache reports, official statistics, and results of office research.


Notes: 1/ Includesbuffalofor India.
2/ Frafi\2003, Columbia,Costa Rica,DominicanRepublic,El Salvador,Honcluras,Nicaragua
and Venezuelaare no longer includedin the cattle and beef PSD.
From 2008, the Philippinesis no longer includedin the cattle and beef PSD.
Data for 2007 is preliminarv. Data for 2008 is forecast.

ForeignAgricultural
Service/USDA
Officeof Giobal,Analysis

Novernber2007

Beef and veal SelectedCountriesSummary


1,OOOMetric Tons (CarcassWeight Equivalent)

Production
Brazil
China, PeoplesRepublicof
EU.27
Argentina
India
Mexico
Australia
RussianFederation
Canada
South Africa, Republicof
Others
Total Foreign
United States
Total
Total Dom, ConrumPtion
EU.27
China, PeoplesRePublicof
Brazil
Argentina
Mexico
RussianFederation
India
Japan
Canada
Australia
Others
Total Foreign
United States
Total

2003

2004

2005

2006

2AO7

2008
Nov

7,975

8,592
7,IT5
8,090
3,200
2,250
2,r25
2,102
r,525
t,523
679

9,O20
7,492
8,060
3,100

9,470
7,850
8,000
3,175
2,500
2,200

9,850
8,065
7,900
3, 125
2,655
2,2t5
2, 100
r,370
1,300
680
3,380
42,640
11, 911
54, 551

?Q(

6, 305
B, 304
2, 800
1, 960
1, 950
2, 013
t , 670
1, 184
613
3,806
38, 050
12,039
50, 089

8, 596
6,28I
6,285
2, 430
2,3t9
2,369
1, 528
1,348
1 ns g
BOB
1 7qq

36,822
72,340
49,162

A 7EO

8,245
3,130
2,130
t nqq

2,081
1,590
1,496
655
3,906
40,066
IL,267
5r,327

8,582
6,7t2
6,417
2,5!9
2,376
2,300
1,638
r

teO

r,023
771
3,813
37,320
72,667
49,987

2 0?q

41,t36
II,JIO

52,454

) a-7\

2,t75
2,183
1,430
1,391
725
3,802
41,753
11,981
53,734

8,550
7,041
6,795
2,45t
2,428
2,492

8,561
7,409
6,964

1 63i

t,694
1,159
1,086

1 ,1 8 6
1,079
759
3,92L
38,335
12,663
50,998

? 5E?

2,5r9
2,36r

4,007
39,060
72,834
51,894

2,26r
1,380
1,345
670
1 669

42,520
11 . 9 6 9
54,489

C EN

7,756
7,O95
? Aqq

2,555
2,422
1,775
1 , 21 0
1,090
757
3,860
39,725
12,815
52,540

8,475
7,969
7,225
2, 595
2, 580
2,462
1, 855
1,224
1, 034
76r
3,440
39,616
L2,675

,_*sjLe!

Sourcc-: USDA-FASattache reports, officiat statistics, and results of office research'


Notes: 1/ Includes buffalo for India.
Z/ From 2003, Columbia,Costa Rica,DominicanRepublic,El Salvador,Honduras,Nicaragua
and Venezuelaare no longer includedin the cattle and beefpSD'
From 2008, the Philippinesis no longer includedin the cattle and beef PSD.
Data for 2007 is preliminary. Data for 2008 is forecast.

Service/USDA
ForeignAgricultural
Off,rceof GtobalAnalvsis

November 2007

Su m m a r y :
Major Traders and U.S.Trade of Beef, Pork, and Poultry
Percent
Change
2OO7 to

Production
B eefand V eal/L
Pork/t
Broilerand Turkey /2
TotaI
Consumption
B eef and V eal/1
P or k/ l
Broiler& Turkey /2
Total
Imports
B eE fand V eal/1
P or k/ L
Broilerand Turkey /2
Total
Exports
B eefand V eal/1
Pork/L
Broiler andTurkey /2
Total
U.S. Exports
Beef and Veat/1
Broiler andTurkey /2
T o ta l

2oos (f)

2oo8

2006

52,454

53,734
98,504

q4 4R q

q4 qql

94,678

92,992

59,BBB 61,313 64,583


200,465 205,441 213,176

65,499
217,737

67,992
217,t59

69,523
2t7,066

-0.3o/o

49,097
89,870

50,923

5t,824

52,470

94,89L

97,263

93,595

52,231
91,924

-3.8%

64,t65
2L3,252

66,082
212,t47

67,L37
ztL,292

-O"5o/o

4.330

2.rok

50,089
90,488

5t,327
92,801

49,907
9t,790

96,139

58,329 59,435 62,674


t97,296 24r,732 208,488
tr 1 7 n

4,92t

5,445

tr ???

q 61?

3 ,7 6 9

3 ,9 1 8

4,190

4,280

4,941
1 3 ,8 8 0

4,728

5,486
15,056

5,665
15,188

6 ,3 1 5
4,L70

6 ,4 1 4
4,697

6,971
4,990

6,475
16,960

6,505
t-t,6t6

7,328
19,289

t,L42
779

Pork/L

2oo7(p)

200s

2,45t
4 ,3 7 2

1 1

q.a1

1) \

L.Z " /o

3.0olo

5.3o/o
t . 9 %o

t5,77 L

3.2o/o

7,LTO
5 ?E n

1 \'t -7

7,998

5.70/o

5,L54

5,156

-1.80/o

6 047

7,732
20,403

8,07 L

!0 "7o/o

21,225

5.5o/o

650

776

3L7

519

989

1,209

1,359

2,6t9
4,144

2,609
4 4p.-7

r,373
2,73L
4,754

25.2o/o

I,442

l.Ao/o

2,798

4.74/o
6.00/o

5,016

Chenge in
Market
Shar
Points

U.S. llarket Share (o/o)of Exports Among MaJorTraders


B eefand V eal/1
18o/o
5o/o
3o/o
Pork/I
24o/o
t9o/o
2!o/a

7o/o

9o/o

10o/o

Broiler and Turkey /2


Combined

3.8o/o

15,668

209
2,37L
3 ,5 69

-3.9o/o

q - ]64

t9,347

- 71q

7.4o/c

to/o

260./o

27o/o

28o/o

lo/o

38o/o

360/o

360/o

37o/o

35o/o

35o/o

-2o/o

266/o

20ok

2lo/o

23o/o

23olo

24o/o

1a/o

Source: USDA-FASattache reports, official statistics, and results of office research.


(p) preliminary; (f) forecast
1/ 1,000 MetriTons (CarcassWeight Equivalent)
2/ I,400 Metric Tons (Ready to Cook Equivalent)
Noteto Readers.Totalsincludeonlythosecountriesthat makeup USDA'sofficiatPSDdatabaseare reported.Thismeanstotals
do notencompassall productlon,
consumption,
andtrade,but ratherthe sum of thosecountrres
reportedin USDA'sdatabase,
whichrepresent
the mostimportantplayersin the worldmeatPSDsatuation.
In an attemptto capturethesemaJorplayers,the list
of countriesreportedchangesperiodically.

Fcreign AgriculturalService/USDA
Off,ce of Giobal Analysis

November 2007