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Number of cattle herd in Russia amounted to 19 million heads

  • 24 Sep 09:42

Number of cattle herd in Russia amounted to 19 million heads According to the information-analytical agency APK-Inform with reference to Rosstat, as of September 1, 2019, the number of cattle from all agricultural organizations of the Russian Federation amounted 19 million heads. The cattle herd decreased by 0.5%, while the number of cows remained unchanged: 8 million heads. There was also noted a decrease in the number of small cattle. By the beginning of autumn, it decreased by 3.5% compared to 2018 and amounted to 24.7 million heads. The number of pigs increased by 5.8% and. Read more...

The number of cattle and small ruminant cattle in Russia decreased

  • 28 May 09:25

The number of cattle and small ruminant cattle in Russia decreased From the beginning of January to the end of April 2019, the cattle numbers in Russian farms of all forms of ownership decreased by 0.9% compared to the first four months of 2018. As for May 1, the cattle numbers were 18.8 million heads, APK-Inform agency reports, citing Rosstat. In particular, the number of cows in the period from January 1 to May 1, 2019 decreased to 8 million heads (-0.3%), and the number of goats and sheep - to 24.5 million units (- 4.3%). In contrast to cattle and small ruminants, the number of pigs increased to 24.7. Read more...

Livestock and poultry inventory decreased by 0.9 percent

  • 23 Apr 11:38

Livestock and poultry inventory decreased by 0.9 percent Up to April 1, 2019, the cattle numbers in Russia were 18.6 million heads, which is 0.9% lower than last year, reports the federal statistics service. According to Rosstat, the number of cows in farms of all forms of ownership decreased by 0.3% (to 8 million heads), the number of sheep and goats - by 4.7% (to 23.6 million heads), the number of poultry - by 0.9% (to 558.9 million heads). At the same time, the number of pigs increased by 3.4%, and reached 24.6 million heads by. Read more...