China Hog Industry and Investment Analysis Report (2017 - 2018)

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  • Report
  • Region: China
  • 119 Pages
  • Beijing Orient Agribusiness Consultant Ltd
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Hog Prices Fluctuated Down in 2017, the Profit of the Whole Year is About 300 Yuan Less than Last Year, and Industry Prosperity is High

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Da Bei Nong
  • Longda Meat
  • Muyuan
  • New Hope
  • Shineway Group
  • Tech-Bank
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This report will make in-depth research on the development trend of domestic hog industry and the operation models of major enterprises and conclude the investment trends of domestic enterprises and capital to assist enterprises, capital and insiders to grasp the moving tendency and investment opportunities and determine suitable development mode and resources needing integration.

Research Background:

Based on the continuous accumulation of data, persistent tracking on industrial changes and in-depth researches for more than 20 years, the publisher will provide you with a valuable analysis report on investment and overall situation of hog industry and investment.

In 2017, hog prices decline, but hog industry remains hot and will usher in its golden time. Environmental protection policy accelerates supply-side reform, and large groups speed up the layout in the hog industry.

1. Hog prices fluctuate down in 2017, the profit of the whole year is about 300 yuan less than last year, and industry prosperity is high:

Hog prices declined to 13 yuan/kg now from 18yuan/kg at the beginning of 2017 after high prices and high profit for more than one year. Farmers who purchase piglets for fattening suffered some losses intermittently. It’s predicted that hog prices will continue to decline in 2018, and or will rebound at the end of 2018.

2. For environmental protection, hog industry cuts down capacity and optimizes farming structure:

The year of 2017 is the deadline of closing or removing farms in breeding-prohibiting area. So far, about 213,000 livestock farms have been closed or removed nationwide, and hog capacity has decreased about 32 million head across the whole year. Except Sichuan and Hunan haven’t announced the accurate time of finishing removal and Guangxi will complete the removal at the end of 2018, other provinces and municipalities all will finish this job before the end of 2017.

Optimization of hog farming structure: a large number of small farmers exit from the market, backward capacity is eliminated, hog industry realizes transformation and optimization, and the proportion of scale farming (with more than 50 sows on hand) has reached 58.55% in 2017. All these changes are good for the expansion of scale enterprises and the rapid development of regional leading enterprises, and will drive the sound development of hog industry.

3. Hog supply is tightly balanced with demand, and imported pork makes an effective supplement for the domestic market:

Domestic pork consumption was stable relatively, and saw little change in 2017. Due to the removing of farms in the farming-prohibited area in domestic, hog production capacity reduced to some extent, and pork supply was tightly balanced. The total annual pork imports were 1.22 million tons. The imports decreased somewhat compared with last year but still kept at a higher level historically.

4. There are increasingly integration opportunities in the hog industry, large enterprises accelerate investments, and the concentration rate is rising slowly:

Besides major hog farming groups such as Wens, Truein, Muyuan, and others accelerate expansion in 2017, and many large-scale feed enterprises like New Hope, Zhengbang Group, Da Bei Nong, Wellhope Agri-Tech extended their industrial chain to farming and scramble to seize resources.

The Groups release hog production capacity and realize sharp year-on-year growth in sales volume. Hog production of five enterprises including Wens, Muyuan, C.p group, Zhengbang, and Truein was 36.71 million head in 2017, up 31.23% year on year. Wens, Muyuan and C.p group respectively increased 11.18%, 132.34% and 50% year on year in terms of hog sales volume.

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Da Bei Nong
  • Longda Meat
  • Muyuan
  • New Hope
  • Shineway Group
  • Tech-Bank
  • MORE

Part One Analysis and Forecast on Global Pork Market

1 Global Pork Production Change and Regional Production Layout
1.1 Global pork supply rebounded slightly
1.2 Pork production layout and concentration rate
1.3 Forecast on global pork production changes in the future

2 Global Import and Export Trade of Pork
2.1 Changes in global export volume of pork
2.2 Changes in concentration rate and export volume of main pork exporting countries
2.3 Changes in global import volume of pork
2.4 Changes in concentration rate and import volume of main pork importing countries
2.5 Forecast on pork import and export trade changes in the future

3 Global Pork Consumption
3.1 Characteristics of pork consumption in different regions
3.2 Changes in pork consumption in different regions and countries
3.3 Forecast on global pork consumption changes

4 Analysis of Pork Industry in Main Pork Producing Countries
4.1 American hog farming industry
4.1.1 Farming mode
4.1.2 Production situation analysis
4.1.3 Analysis of export competitiveness of pork
4.2 Hog farming industry in EU
4.2.1 Farming mode
4.2.2 Production situation analysis
4.2.3 Analysis of export competitiveness of pork
4.3 Hog farming industry in Japan
4.3.1 Farming mode
4.3.2 Production situation analysis
4.3.3 Japan is a net importer

5 World-famous enterprise: Smithfield Foods
5.1 Basic profile
5.2 Business model
5.3 Key competitive elements: M&A and low cost create the leading position in the industry

Part Two Analysis and forecast on China’s hog industry

1 China’s hog farming
1.1 Relevant policies for hog farming
1.1.1 China Hog Production Development Plan
1.1.2 China newly introduced " Environmental Protection Tax Law"
1.2 Inventory of reproductive sows and hogs both decreased, and pork production rose.
1.3 Hog farming distribution shifts to the Northeast and the Southwest
1.4 The degree of hog scale farming reached 58.55%
1.5 Production models
1.5.1 Hog farming models in China
1.5.2 Large-scale integrated model has the characteristic of heavy assets, so it’s hard to copy
1.5.3 “Company+farmer” model has strong reproducibility and suits China’s basic conditions
1.6 Hog prices dropped, and farming profits declined
1.7 TOP ten pig breeding enterprises in China and their market shares
1.8 Forecast on development trend of China’s hog farming industry in 2018

2 Hog slaughtering and deep processing in China
2.1 Relevant policies for hog slaughtering industry: sewage permit license has been launched, and the environmental protection policy in slaughter industry has been increased further
2.2 There are numerous pig slaughterhouses in China, and the market is highly fragmented
2.3 Number of hogs slaughtered in designated slaughterhouses sharply increased
2.4 The gross profit of the slaughtering industry increased over the previous year
2.5 Actual slaughter volume of top 10 hog slaughtering and processing enterprises in domestic only accounted for 4.36% of the national slaughter
2.6 Forecast on development trend of future hog slaughtering and deep processing industry

3 Pork trade in China
3.1 Imports and exports of live pigs (including breeding pig)
3.1.1 Sharp growth in import volume of breeding pigs
3.1.2 Source countries of imported breeding pigs and importing enterprises
3.1.3 Live pigs mainly were exported to Hong Kong and Macro, and the export volume saw little change
3.2 Imports and exports of pork
3.2.1 Pork imports
3.2.1.1 Sharp decrease in import volume of fresh, chilled and frozen pork
3.2.1.2 Import volume of fresh, chilled and frozen pork of top five importers accounted for 22% of the total imports
3.2.2 Pork exports
3.2.2.1 Export volume of chilled, fresh and frozen pork is small with Hong Kong and Macao as main destinations
3.2.2.2 Export volume of top 5 chilled, fresh and frozen chicken exporters accounted for 55% of the total export volume
3.3 Import and export of pork entrails
3.3.1 Imports of entrails dropped slightly
3.3.2 Imports of pig entrails
3.4 Imports and exports of other main pork products
3.4.1 Pork fat
3.4.2 Lard
3.4.3 Hog bristles and pig hair
3.4.4 Salted pig casing and intestine head
3.5 Trade of pork products
3.5.1 Imports and exports of dried, smoked and salted pork
3.5.2 Imports and exports of pork can and other prepared or preserved pork
3.6 Pork smuggle and containment policy
3.7 Influence of pork trade on domestic hog industry
3.8 Forecast on China’s import trend of pork in the future

4 Pork consumption in China
4.1 Little change in pork consumption
4.2 Urban and rural consumption structures of pork
4.3 Consumption structure of pork in different ways
4.4 Chinese pork prices
4.5 Forecast on pork consumption changes in China

5 Pork circulation channel and profit in each link in China
5.1 Policies for pork circulation
5.2 Main circulation mode of pork
5.3 Analysis of profit in each link

6 China pork supply and demand balance sheet

Part Three Listed companies in domestic hog industry in 2017

1 Key hog farming enterprises in the farming industry
1.1 Wens Group
1.1.1 Basic profile
1.1.2 Hog farming business model
1.1.3 Key competitive elements
1.1.4 Investment trend
1.1.5 Operation state analysis
1.2 Muyuan
1.2.1 Basic profile
1.2.2 Hog farming business model
1.2.3 Key competitive elements
1.2.4 Investment trend
1.2.5 Operation state analysis
1.3 Truein
1.3.1 Basic profile
1.3.2 Hog farming business model
1.3.3 Key competitive elements
1.3.4 Investment trend
1.3.5 Operation state analysis
1.4 Hunan New Wellful Co., Ltd.
1.4.1 Basic profile
1.4.2 Hog farming business model
1.4.3 Key competitive elements
1.4.4 Investment trend
1.4.5 Operation state analysis

2 Key hog farming enterprise in the feed industry
2.1 New Hope
2.1.1 Basic profile
2.1.2 Hog farming business model
2.1.3 Key competitive elements
2.1.4 Investment trend
2.1.5 Operation state analysis
2.2 Da Bei Nong
2.2.1 Basic profile
2.2.2 Hog farming business model
2.2.3 Key competitive elements
2.2.4 Investment trend
2.2.5 Operation state analysis
2.3 Zhengbang
2.3.1 Basic profile
2.3.2 Hog farming business model
2.3.3 Key competitive elements
2.3.4 Investment trend
2.3.5 Operation state analysis
2.4 Shenzhen Kingsino Technology Co., Ltd.
2.4.1 Basic profile
2.4.2 Hog farming business model
2.4.3 Key competitive elements
2.4.4 Investment trend
2.4.5 Operation state analysis
2.5 TRS Group
2.5.1 Basic profile
2.5.2 Hog farming business model
2.5.3 Key competitive elements
2.5.4 Investment trend
2.5.5 Operation state analysis
2.6 Tech-Bank
2.6.1 Basic profile
2.6.2 Hog farming business model
2.6.3 Key competitive elements
2.6.4 Investment trend
2.6.5 Operation state analysis

3 Key enterprises in the slaughtering industry
3.1 Shineway Group: Leading Enterprise in Hog Slaughtering Industry
3.1.1 Basic profile
3.1.2 Operation state analysis
3.1.3 Business model
3.1.4 Key competitive elements
3.2 Longda Meat:an integrated company of hog raising, slaughtering and processing
3.2.1 Basic profile
3.2.2 Operation state analysis
3.2.3 Business model: integrated whole industry chain
3.2.4 Key competitive elements

Part Four Analysis of main investments in China’s hog industry

1 Investment policy: a number of breeding subsidy policies were introduced to stimulate large-scale groups to accelerate industrial layout
2 Specific investment situation: the production capacity of enterprises increased more than 170 million head in 2017
3 Analysis of Development Prospect of China's Hog Industry

List of Figures
Fig 1.1 Global Pork Production,2010-2017
Fig 1.2 Distribution of Global Pork Production by Countries,2017
Fig 1.3 Global Pork Trade Volume and its proportion, 2010-2017
Fig 1.4 Distribution of Distribution of Global Pork Exporters in 2017
Fig 1.5 Changes in global import volume of pork,2010-2017
Fig 1.6 Distribution of global pork importers, 2017
Fig 1.7 Global consumption of pork,2010-2017
Fig 1.8 Per capita consumption of pork in major countries, 2017
Fig 1.9 Hog farming models in the US
Fig 1.10 Inventory of Hogs and Reproductive Sows in the US, 2010-2017
Fig 1.11 Pork production and hog slaughter in the US, 2010-2017
Fig 1.12 Changes in pork export volume in the US, 2010-2017
Fig 1.13 Major export destinations of American pork, 2017
Fig 1.14 Pork Production of Major EU countries, 2017
Fig 1.15 Inventory of hogs and reproductive sows in the EU, 2010-2017
Fig 1.16 Pork Production and Hog Slaughterings in the EU, 2010-2017
Fig 1.17 Changes in export volume of pork in EU, 2010-2017
Fig 1.18 Inventory of hogs and reproductive sows in Japan, 2010-2017
Fig 1.19 Pork production and hog slaughter in Japan, 2010-2017
Fig 1.20 Self-sufficiency rate of pork in Japan
Fig 1.21 Changes in import volume of pork in Japan, 2010-2017
Fig 1.22 Major source countries of pork imported by Japan, 2017
Fig 1.23 Business Model of Smithfield Foods
Fig 1.24 Hog prices fluctuate greatly, but Smithfield Foods realized stable growth in operating revenue
Fig 2.1 Changes in the monthly inventory of reproductive sows in China in 2017
Fig 2.2 China’s inventory of reproductive sows, 2010-2017
Fig 2.3 Changes in the monthly inventory of hogs in China, 2017
Fig 2.4 Annual average inventory of hogs in China, 2010-2017
Fig 2.5 China’s Hog Slaughter, 2010-2017
Fig 2.6 China’s Pork Production, 2010-2017
Fig 2.7 China Hog Farming Distribution Plan
Fig 2.8 Regional structure of China’s hog inventory,2017
Fig 2.9 Scale Structure of Hog Slaughter in China, 2010-2017
Fig 2.10 Scale structure of hog farming in China, 2017
Fig 2.11 Degree of Standardized Scale Farming of Hog in China, 2010-2017
Fig 2.12 Hog farming models in China
Fig 2.13 Farming model of Muyuan
Fig 2.14 Analysis of profit points of Muyuan model
Fig 2.15 Complementary advantages of “company + farmer”
Fig 2.16 Monthly purchase price of hogs in China, 2012-2017
Fig 2.17 Hog farming costs in China, 2010-2016
Fig 2.18 Changes in hog farming benefit in China,2010-2017
Fig 2.19 Changes in hog farming benefit in China,2016-2017
Fig 2.20 Quantitative structure of designated hog slaughterhouses in China(by capacity),2017
Fig 2.21 Changes in monthly slaughter volume of hogs in China, 2017
Fig 2.22 Changes in sales revenue of hog slaughtering industry in China, 2010-2017
Fig 2.23 Changes in gross profit of hog slaughtering industry in China, 2010-2017
Fig 2.24 Trend of the gross profit margin of hog slaughtering industry in China, 2010-2017
Fig 2.25 China’s import volume of breeding pig,2000-2017
Fig 2.26 Source countries of China’s imported breeding pigs, 2017
Fig 2.27 China’s import and export volume of fresh, chilled and frozen pork; 2010-2017
Fig 2.28 Importers of China’s fresh frozen pork, 2017
Fig 2.29 Export destinations of China’s chilled, fresh and frozen pork in 2017
Fig 2.30 China’s import volume of entrails, 2010-2017
Fig 2.31 Importers of China’s entrails in 2017
Fig 2.32 China’s import volume of other frozen entrails, 2010-2017
Fig 2.33 China’s import volume of frozen pig liver, 2010-2017
Fig 2.34 China’s export volume of hog bristles and pig hair, 2010-2017
Fig 2.35 China’s export volume of salted pig casing, 2010-2017
Fig 2.36 Changes in imports of dried, smoked and salted pork in China, 2010-2017
Fig 2.37 Changes in exports of dried, smoked and salted pork in China, 2010-2017
Fig 2.38 Changes in imports of pork can and other prepared or preserved pork in China, 2010-2017
Fig 2.39 Changes in exports of pork can and other prepared or preserved pork in China, 2010-2017
Fig 2.40 Pork consumption in China, 2010-2017
Fig 2.41 Pork per capita consumption in China, 2010-2017
Fig 2.42 Urban and rural structure of pork consumption in China ,2017
Fig 2.43 Consumption channels of pork in China ,2017
Fig 2.44 Monthly retail price of pork in China, 2010-2017
Fig 2.45 Changes in consumption trend of fresh pork
Fig 2.46 Sketch map of main pork distribution channels
Fig 2.47 Earnings Chart of China's Pork Wholesale
Fig 2.48 Earnings Chart of China's Pork Retail Sector
Fig 3.1 Equity structure of Wens Group
Fig 3.2 Wens hog business development model (company+farmer)
Fig 3.3 Wens Group’s Monthly sales volume and sales value of hogs , 2017
Fig 3.4 Equity structure of MUYUAN
Fig 3.5 The development mode of hogs of MUYUAN (integrated)
Fig 3.6 Monthly sales volume and sales value of hogs, 2017
Fig 3.7 Business structure of Truein
Fig 3.8 Equity structure of Truein
Fig 3.9 Hog development mode of Truein (company+base+farmer)
Fig 3.10 Monthly sales volume and sales value of hogs, 2017
Fig 3.11 Equity structure of New Wellful Co., Ltd.
Fig 3.12 Development model of New Wellful Co., Ltd. (Self-farming and commissioned farming)
Fig 3.13 Business structure of New Hope Liuhe
Fig 3.14 Equity structure of New Hope Liuhe
Fig 3.15 Hog development model of New Hope Liuhe (company + farmer)
Fig 3.16 Equity structure of Da Bei Nong
Fig 3.17 Hog development mode of Da Bei Nong (construction of farms + share holdings)
Fig 3.18 Equity structure of Zhengbang Group
Fig 3.19 Hog development model (breeding and raising hogs by itself)
Fig 3.20 Monthly sales volume and sales value of hogs, 2017
Fig 3.21 Equity structure of Kingsino
Fig 3.22 Monthly sales volume and sales value of hogs, 2017
Fig 3.23 Equity structure of TRS Group
Fig 3.24 Hog business development model (construction of farms + merger and acquisition + cooperation)
Fig 3.25 Equity structure of Tech-bank
Fig 3.26 Hog Development Model of Tech-Bank(self-built farm + M&A + hosting + family farm)
Fig 3.27 Monthly sales volume and sales value of hogs, 2017
Fig 3.28 Corporate Relationship of Shuanghui Development
Fig 3.29 Gross operating revenue of Shuanghui Development
Fig 3.30 Business system of Shineway Group
Fig 3.31 Monthly sales volume and sales value of hogs, 2017
Fig 3.32 Slaughtering and processing business model of Longda (vertical integration mode)

List of Tables
Table 1.1 Global Consumption of Pork, Chicken and Beef in 2017
Table 1.2 Pork Output of Major Producing Countries, 2016-2017
Table 1.3 Major pork exporting countries,2010-2017
Table 1.4 Major pork importing countries,2010-2017
Table 1.5 Changes in pork consumption in major countries (the data refers to domestic consumption), 2010-2017
Table 1.6 The Proportions of Hog Farming Models in the US and Ratios of Contracted Hogs
Table 2.1 Brief analysis of Wens business model
Table 2.2 Top ten pig breeding enterprises in China ,2017
Table 2.3 China’s ten major hog slaughtering and processing enterprises
Table 2.4 Exports and market shares of China’s major live pig traders in 2017
Table 2.5 Some import forms of chilled, fresh, frozen pork and the import volume in 2017
Table 2.6 China’s major importers of chilled, fresh and frozen pork and their market shares in 2017
Table 2.7 Partial export forms and export volume of chilled, fresh and frozen pork in China, 2017
Table 2.8 China's major exporters of chilled, fresh and frozen pork and their market shares in 2017
Table 2.9 China’s major importers of entrails and their market shares in 2017
Table 2.10 Main import and export forms of China’s pork fat and import and export volume in 2017
Table 2.11 Main import and export forms of pork can and other prepared or preserved pork in China and import & export volume and value, 2017
Table 2.12 China’s pork supply and demand balance sheet,2011-2017
Table 3.1 Wens’ New Investment Projects in Hog Farming Industry in 2017
Table 3.2 Gross operating income of Wens Group, 2014-2017
Table 3.3 Hog business income of Wens Group, 2014-2017
Table 3.4 MUYUAN’s new investment projects in hog farming industry in 2017
Table 3.5 Gross operating income of MUYUAN, 2014-2017
Table 3.6 Hog business revenue of MUYUAN, 2014-2017
Table 3.7 Gross operating revenue of Truein, 2014-2017
Table 3.8 Revenue of hog business of Truein, 2014-2017
Table 3.9 New investment projects in hog farming in 2017
Table 3.10 Gross operating revenue of New Wellful, 2014-2017
Table 3.11 Hog business revenue of New Wellful, 2014-2017
Table 3.12 New investment projects in hog farming industry in 2017
Table 3.13 Gross operating revenue of New Hope Liuhe, 2014-2017
Table 3.14 Hog business revenue, 2014-2017
Table 3.15 New investment projects in hog farming industry in 2017
Table 3.16 Gross operating revenue, 2014-2017
Table 3.17 Hog business revenue, 2014-2017
Table 3.18 New investment projects in hog farming industry in 2017
Table 3.19 Gross operating revenue, 2014-2017
Table 3.20 Hog business revenue 2014-2017
Table 3.21 New investment projects in hog farming industry in 2017
Table 3.22 Gross operating revenue, 2014-2017
Table 3.23 Gross operating revenue of TRS Group, 2014-2017
Table 3.24 Hog business income of TRS Group, 2014-2017
Table 3.25 New investment projects in hog farming industry in 2017
Table 3.26 Gross operating revenue of Tech-Bank, 2014-2017
Table 3.27 Hog business revenue of Tech-Bank, 2014-2017
Table 3.28 Slaughtering business of Shuanghui Development,2012-2017
Table 3.29 Meat product business of Shuanghui Development,2012-2017
Table 3.30 Gross operating revenue of Longda Meat, 2014-2017
Table 4.1 Newly Invested Projects in Hog Farming Industry in 2017

Attached Lists
Attached list 1: Pork production in various regions of China,2011-2017
Attached list 2: Hog inventory in various regions in China,2011-2017
Attached list 3: Hog slaughter in various regions in China,2011-2017
Attached list 4: China's monthly retail prices of animal products and feeds, 2017

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  • Da Bei Nong
  • Hunan New Wellful Co., Ltd
  • Longda Meat
  • Muyuan
  • New Hope
  • Shenzhen Kingsino Technology Co., Ltd.
  • Shineway Group
  • Tech-Bank
  • TRS Group
  • Truein
  • Wens Group
  • Zhengbang
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