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As of July 1, 2009, the number of hogs and cattle on Canadian farms was down .... Hogs statistics, sows farrowed, pigs born and sows bred to farrow, quarterly.

Catalogue no. 23-010-X

Hog Statistics Second quarter 2009

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Hog Statistics Second quarter 2009

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Table of contents Highlights

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Analysis

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Related products

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Statistical tables 1

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Hogs on farms

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1-1

Canada

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1-2

Eastern provinces

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1-3

Newfoundland and Labrador

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1-4

Prince Edward Island

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1-5

Nova Scotia

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1-6

New Brunswick

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1-7

Quebec

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1-8

Ontario

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1-9

Western provinces

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1-10

Manitoba

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1-11

Saskatchewan

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1-12

Alberta

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1-13

British Columbia

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Sows farrowed, pigs born and farrowing intentions

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2-1

Eastern provinces

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2-2

Western provinces

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Hogs, supply and disposition

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3-1

Eastern provinces

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3-2

Western provinces

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Hogs, number of farms reporting

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4-1

Eastern provinces

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4-2

Western provinces

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Table of contents – continued 5

Hogs, average number of hogs per farm reporting

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5-1

Eastern provinces

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5-2

Western provinces

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Hog production - Canada

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Prices, weighted average

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7-1

Ontario

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7-2

Manitoba

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Hogs and pigs inventory number by class and quarter 8-1

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United States and Canada

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8-2

United States

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8-3

Canada

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Supply and disposition of red meat, Canada

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9-1

Beef

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9-2

Veal

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9-3

Beef and veal total

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9-4

Mutton and lamb

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9-5

Offal

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9-6

Pork

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9-7

Total red meat

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Data quality, concepts and methodology Concepts and methodology

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Charts 1.

Hog inventory on farm per quarter, Canada, 2000 to 2009

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Hog Exports, Canada, 2000 to 2009

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Highlights • Canadian hog producers had an estimated 12.1 million hogs on their farms, down 6.7% from July 1, 2008. • The Canadian breeding herd, mainly sows and gilts, declined 4.6% to almost 1.4 million head during the last year. • During the first two quarters of 2009, hog producers nationally exported an estimated 3.3 million hogs, down 34.6% from same period last year. • Recently, new Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) regulations in the United States have constrained market access. The perception of the H1N1 virus has also had a negative impact on markets.

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Analysis Livestock Statistics, as of July 1st 2009 As of July 1, 2009, the number of hogs and cattle on Canadian farms was down from the same date a year earlier, while the number of sheep remained virtually unchanged. Text table 1

Livestock inventories at July 1 Cattle 2008

Hogs 2009

2008

Sheep 2009

2008

2009

12,105 148 3,870 3,101 2,530 810 1,530 116

1,062 41 290 295 66 125 185 60

1,062 42 285 315 71 114 177 58

thousands of head Canada Atlantic Quebec Ontario Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta British Columbia

15,195 279 1,375 1,881 1,515 3,385 6,010 750

14,840 251 1,385 1,829 1,430 3,370 5,870 705

12,980 187 4,075 3,237 2,720 971 1,670 120

Note(s): Figures may not add up to totals because of rounding.

Hog inventories still decreasing Canadian hog producers had an estimated 12.1 million hogs on their farms, down 6.7% from July 1, 2008. Hog inventories have been decreasing since 2006, following a period of investments in more efficient barns in the late 1990s and early years of 2000.

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Hog Statistics – Second quarter 2009

Chart 1

Hog inventory on farm per quarter, Canada, 2000 to 2009 millions of head 18

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2001

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2009

The Canadian breeding herd, mainly sows and gilts, declined 4.6% to almost 1.4 million head during the last year. As sows decrease so do the number of farrowings. Farrowing intentions for the third quarter of 2009 are down 4.1% from the same period last year and are expected to be down 5.5% for the fourth quarter. At June 1 the US breeding herd has decreased 3.0% from the same date last year. Prior to the onset of this decline, hog producers had tolerated tough times in the industry while waiting for markets to improve. By 2006, some hog producers began leaving the industry, reflecting a number of factors. These include high feed costs, low commodity prices, a strong Canadian dollar and the economic downturn. The downturn has reduced access to credit for producers and decreased meat demand by consumers. Last year, the Canadian government put a Cull Breeding Swine Program in place to help hog producers reduce the size of their breeding herds. Recently, new Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) regulations in the United States have constrained market access. The perception of the H1N1 virus has also had a negative impact on markets. Despite hog inventories decreasing since 2006, hog slaughter remains strong in 2009 as more weaners were fed to slaughter weight in Canada rather than being exported to US finishing operations. Domestic slaughter capacity increased, mainly in the Prairies. During the first two quarters of 2009, hog producers nationally exported an estimated 3.3 million hogs, down 34.6% from same period last year. The bulk of hog exports are market hogs shipped to slaughter and weaner hogs shipped for feeding. In the first and second quarters, hogs exported for slaughter are down 58.5%, and weaner hog exports are down 27.6% from the same period one year ago. Manitoba, the main exporting province, had a 32.4% decrease in exports in the first and second quarters of 2009.

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Chart 2

Hog exports, Canada, 2000 to 2009 millions of head 12

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2009

July to December

Revenues from the sale of hogs declined 2.9% in 2008, the fourth consecutive annual decrease. The average annual weighted price in Ontario, a leading hog price indicator in Canada, remained virtually unchanged in 2008 from the previous year. This is a decrease of $29 since its peak of $86 per hundred weight in 1996. Historically, decreases in hog prices were generally recovered within a year or two, even following the price collapse in the fall of 1998. However current hog prices have not recovered since 2005.

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Related products Selected publications from Statistics Canada 21-206-X

Statistics on Income of Farm Operators

21-207-X

Statistics on Income of Farm Families

21-208-X

Statistics on Revenues and Expenses of Farms

23-009-X

Stocks of Frozen and Chilled Meats

23-501-X

Livestock Feed Requirements Study

21-020-X

Food Statistics

Selected CANSIM tables from Statistics Canada 002-0005

Farm operating expenses and depreciation charges, annual

003-0004

Number of hogs on farms at end of quarter, quarterly

003-0016

Shorn wool statistics, annual

003-0026

Cattle and calves, farm and meat production, annual

003-0028

Hogs, sheep and lambs, farm and meat production, annual

003-0030

Number of calves born, semi-annual

003-0031

Number of sheep and lambs on farms, annual

003-0032

Number of cattle, by class and farm type, annual

003-0035

Quantity of meats available and output of meats and offal, annual

003-0036

Animals slaughtered, supply and disappearance in Canada, annual

003-0037

Meat production, supply and disposition in Canada, annual

003-0081

Stocks of frozen and chilled meats, domestic and imported, in cold storage, quarterly

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Stocks of frozen and chilled imported meats, quarterly

003-0083

Cattle statistics, supply and demand of cattle, annual

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Cattle prices, steers, monthly

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003-0085

Cattle and calves, number by class and calf crop, United States, annual

003-0086

Cattle, weighted average prices, steers, annual

003-0087

Hogs statistics, sows farrowed, pigs born and sows bred to farrow, quarterly

003-0088

Hogs statistics, supply and disposition of hogs, quarterly

003-0089

Hogs statistics, number of farms reporting and average number of hogs per farm, quarterly

003-0090

Hogs statistics, prices, monthly

003-0091

Hogs statistics, weighted average prices, annual

003-0092

Hogs and pigs statistics, inventory number by class and quarter, United States and Canada, quarterly

003-0093

Hogs and pigs statistics, inventory number by class and quarter, United States, quarterly

Selected surveys from Statistics Canada 3423

Stocks Survey - Frozen and Chilled Meats

3437

Farm Cash Receipts

3460

Livestock Survey

Selected summary tables from Statistics Canada • Cattle inventories, by province • Pig inventories, by province (quarterly) • Sheep inventories, by province

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Statistical tables

Hog Statistics – Second quarter 2009

Table 1-1

Hogs on farms — Canada Total hogs

Breeding stock

Boars, 6 months and over

Sows and bred gilts

All other hogs

Under 20 kg

20 to 60 kg

Over 60 kg

thousands of head At January 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

14,375.0 14,745.0 14,725.0 14,810.0 15,110.0 14,907.0 13,810.0 12,180.0

1,512.4 1,568.5 1,615.3 1,633.6 1,605.3 1,579.1 1,512.2 1,395.0

44.4 41.8 39.2 36.5 34.7 33.3 29.7 23.8

1,468.0 1,526.7 1,576.1 1,597.1 1,570.6 1,545.8 1,482.5 1,371.2

12,862.6 13,176.5 13,109.7 13,176.4 13,504.7 13,327.9 12,297.8 10,785.0

4,239.3 4,368.9 4,544.5 4,487.0 4,475.8 4,545.1 4,471.9 3,688.6

4,339.6 4,454.1 4,370.5 4,412.8 4,623.0 4,531.7 3,962.0 3,618.8

4,283.7 4,353.5 4,194.7 4,276.6 4,405.9 4,251.1 3,863.9 3,477.6

At April 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

14,445.0 14,655.0 14,675.0 14,960.0 15,030.0 14,729.0 13,000.0 11,885.0

1,527.8 1,587.0 1,623.2 1,628.3 1,596.4 1,570.7 1,474.5 1,384.6

44.1 40.4 38.7 36.3 34.3 32.9 28.5 23.5

1,483.7 1,546.6 1,584.5 1,592.0 1,562.1 1,537.8 1,446.0 1,361.1

12,917.2 13,068.0 13,051.8 13,331.7 13,433.6 13,158.3 11,525.5 10,500.4

4,263.3 4,398.8 4,435.6 4,569.2 4,532.4 4,750.4 4,272.8 3,755.3

4,457.9 4,460.2 4,514.3 4,546.3 4,616.6 4,152.0 3,646.0 3,459.8

4,196.0 4,209.0 4,101.9 4,216.2 4,284.6 4,255.9 3,606.7 3,285.3

At July 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

14,715.0 14,720.0 14,980.0 15,195.0 15,065.0 14,690.0 12,980.0 12,105.0

1,548.4 1,590.2 1,627.0 1,623.9 1,586.5 1,564.8 1,446.0 1,379.8

43.4 40.3 38.0 35.7 34.1 32.4 27.3 23.3

1,505.0 1,549.9 1,589.0 1,588.2 1,552.4 1,532.4 1,418.7 1,356.5

13,166.6 13,129.8 13,353.0 13,571.1 13,478.5 13,125.2 11,534.0 10,725.2

4,444.1 4,527.8 4,615.9 4,661.4 4,566.9 4,748.7 4,214.3 3,740.6

4,565.4 4,405.0 4,488.7 4,620.6 4,641.5 4,163.7 3,651.0 3,550.8

4,157.1 4,197.0 4,248.4 4,289.1 4,270.1 4,212.8 3,668.7 3,433.8

At October 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

14,990.0 14,710.0 14,845.0 15,205.0 14,900.0 14,360.0 12,745.0

1,551.2 1,598.6 1,628.1 1,619.2 1,582.2 1,543.5 1,417.3

42.4 39.9 37.1 35.3 33.6 31.7 26.1

1,508.8 1,558.7 1,591.0 1,583.9 1,548.6 1,511.8 1,391.2

13,438.8 13,111.4 13,216.9 13,585.8 13,317.8 12,816.5 11,327.7

4,473.1 4,480.1 4,462.5 4,538.0 4,480.1 4,660.5 3,902.6

4,557.5 4,353.5 4,465.8 4,716.6 4,522.8 4,167.8 3,684.8

4,408.2 4,277.8 4,288.6 4,331.2 4,314.9 3,988.2 3,740.3

percentage change from previous year At January 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

5.9 2.6 -0.1 0.6 2.0 -1.3 -7.4 -11.8

7.6 3.7 3.0 1.1 -1.7 -1.6 -4.2 -7.8

-2.6 -5.9 -6.2 -6.9 -4.9 -4.0 -10.8 -19.9

7.9 4.0 3.2 1.3 -1.7 -1.6 -4.1 -7.5

5.7 2.4 -0.5 0.5 2.5 -1.3 -7.7 -12.3

3.0 3.1 4.0 -1.3 -0.2 1.5 -1.6 -17.5

5.2 2.6 -1.9 1.0 4.8 -2.0 -12.6 -8.7

9.1 1.6 -3.6 2.0 3.0 -3.5 -9.1 -10.0

At April 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

5.6 1.5 0.1 1.9 0.5 -2.0 -11.7 -8.6

7.3 3.9 2.3 0.3 -2.0 -1.6 -6.1 -6.1

-2.2 -8.4 -4.2 -6.2 -5.5 -4.1 -13.4 -17.5

7.6 4.2 2.5 0.5 -1.9 -1.6 -6.0 -5.9

5.5 1.2 -0.1 2.1 0.8 -2.0 -12.4 -8.9

4.7 3.2 0.8 3.0 -0.8 4.8 -10.1 -12.1

6.4 0.1 1.2 0.7 1.5 -10.1 -12.2 -5.1

5.2 0.3 -2.5 2.8 1.6 -0.7 -15.3 -8.9

At July 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

4.7 0.0 1.8 1.4 -0.9 -2.5 -11.6 -6.7

6.5 2.7 2.3 -0.2 -2.3 -1.4 -7.6 -4.6

-3.3 -7.1 -5.7 -6.1 -4.5 -5.0 -15.7 -14.7

6.8 3.0 2.5 -0.1 -2.3 -1.3 -7.4 -4.4

4.5 -0.3 1.7 1.6 -0.7 -2.6 -12.1 -7.0

5.6 1.9 1.9 1.0 -2.0 4.0 -11.3 -11.2

3.4 -3.5 1.9 2.9 0.5 -10.3 -12.3 -2.7

4.6 1.0 1.2 1.0 -0.4 -1.3 -12.9 -6.4

At October 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

4.6 -1.9 0.9 2.4 -2.0 -3.6 -11.2

4.9 3.1 1.8 -0.5 -2.3 -2.4 -8.2

-3.4 -5.9 -7.0 -4.9 -4.8 -5.7 -17.7

5.2 3.3 2.1 -0.4 -2.2 -2.4 -8.0

4.6 -2.4 0.8 2.8 -2.0 -3.8 -11.6

5.0 0.2 -0.4 1.7 -1.3 4.0 -16.3

3.4 -4.5 2.6 5.6 -4.1 -7.8 -11.6

5.4 -3.0 0.3 1.0 -0.4 -7.6 -6.2

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Hog Statistics – Second quarter 2009

Table 1-2

Hogs on farms — Eastern provinces Total hogs

Breeding stock

Boars, 6 months and over

Sows and bred gilts

All other hogs

Under 20 kg

20 to 60 kg

Over 60 kg

thousands of head At January 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

8,214.1 8,390.2 8,397.0 8,404.0 8,619.0 8,422.0 7,898.0 7,165.0

834.3 867.7 895.7 900.0 880.4 857.8 826.2 771.0

21.9 21.0 19.1 17.7 16.8 16.1 14.2 11.3

812.4 846.7 876.6 882.3 863.6 841.7 812.0 759.7

7,379.8 7,522.5 7,501.3 7,504.0 7,738.6 7,564.2 7,071.8 6,394.0

2,441.7 2,501.0 2,596.2 2,525.3 2,570.1 2,576.3 2,508.5 2,207.1

2,463.7 2,529.2 2,471.3 2,511.9 2,608.2 2,679.6 2,373.9 2,186.9

2,474.4 2,492.3 2,433.8 2,466.8 2,560.3 2,308.3 2,189.4 2,000.0

At April 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

8,249.3 8,438.0 8,377.0 8,516.0 8,544.0 8,319.0 7,517.0 6,995.0

843.7 884.7 902.0 898.1 874.4 852.4 797.6 766.0

22.1 20.0 19.0 17.6 16.6 15.9 13.4 11.2

821.6 864.7 883.0 880.5 857.8 836.5 784.2 754.8

7,405.6 7,553.3 7,475.0 7,617.9 7,669.6 7,466.6 6,719.4 6,229.0

2,425.6 2,539.3 2,534.2 2,561.8 2,579.4 2,653.3 2,445.1 2,291.9

2,618.5 2,626.6 2,606.0 2,632.1 2,671.4 2,411.6 2,191.0 2,081.8

2,361.5 2,387.4 2,334.8 2,424.0 2,418.8 2,401.7 2,083.3 1,855.3

At July 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

8,390.7 8,430.0 8,555.0 8,716.0 8,505.0 8,306.0 7,499.0 7,119.0

856.1 881.1 899.0 893.7 863.3 848.5 789.9 771.0

21.7 19.8 18.3 17.3 16.4 15.5 12.7 11.4

834.4 861.3 880.7 876.4 846.9 833.0 777.2 759.6

7,534.6 7,548.9 7,656.0 7,822.3 7,641.7 7,457.5 6,709.1 6,348.0

2,531.7 2,519.1 2,569.0 2,578.9 2,565.9 2,678.1 2,430.7 2,338.1

2,589.4 2,594.0 2,635.1 2,742.4 2,634.1 2,428.7 2,196.2 2,047.4

2,413.5 2,435.8 2,451.9 2,501.0 2,441.7 2,350.7 2,082.2 1,962.5

At October 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

8,532.3 8,467.0 8,485.0 8,732.0 8,407.0 8,168.0 7,410.0

855.7 885.5 897.8 892.9 861.7 835.9 777.2

21.0 19.4 18.0 17.0 16.3 15.1 12.1

834.7 866.1 879.8 875.9 845.4 820.8 765.1

7,676.6 7,581.5 7,587.2 7,839.1 7,545.3 7,332.1 6,632.8

2,518.0 2,482.5 2,478.3 2,569.3 2,550.4 2,611.0 2,283.4

2,652.4 2,567.5 2,592.2 2,692.6 2,636.0 2,480.6 2,154.5

2,506.2 2,531.5 2,516.7 2,577.2 2,358.9 2,240.5 2,194.9

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Table 1-3

Hogs on farms — Newfoundland and Labrador Total hogs

Breeding stock

Boars, 6 months and over

Sows and bred gilts

All other hogs

Under 20 kg

20 to 60 kg

Over 60 kg

thousands of head At January 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

2.4 2.5 2.3 2.1 1.8 1.9 1.4 1.6

0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.2

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.2

2.1 2.2 2.0 1.8 1.5 1.6 1.2 1.4

0.8 0.9 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5

0.8 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.6 0.4 0.5

0.5 0.5 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.5 0.3 0.4

At April 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

2.7 2.7 2.7 2.5 2.0 1.9 1.5 1.5

0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.2

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.2

2.4 2.4 2.4 2.2 1.7 1.6 1.3 1.3

0.9 0.9 0.9 0.8 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.5

0.9 0.9 0.9 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.4

0.6 0.6 0.6 0.7 0.5 0.5 0.4 0.4

At July 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

2.7 2.5 2.6 2.6 2.0 1.7 1.5 1.8

0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.2

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.2

2.4 2.2 2.3 2.3 1.7 1.5 1.3 1.6

0.9 0.7 0.9 0.8 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.6

0.9 1.0 0.9 0.8 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.6

0.6 0.5 0.5 0.7 0.5 0.4 0.4 0.4

At October 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

2.6 2.6 2.5 2.2 2.0 1.7 1.7

0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.2

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.2

2.3 2.3 2.2 1.9 1.7 1.5 1.5

0.7 0.8 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.5

0.8 0.8 0.8 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.5

0.8 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.5 0.5

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Hogs on farms — Prince Edward Island Total hogs

Breeding stock

Boars, 6 months and over

Sows and bred gilts

All other hogs

Under 20 kg

20 to 60 kg

Over 60 kg

thousands of head At January 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

130.0 130.0 132.0 127.0 123.0 123.5 95.3 51.3

13.5 13.5 12.7 12.7 11.7 11.5 8.3 4.8

0.5 0.5 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.3 0.3 0.1

13.0 13.0 12.3 12.3 11.3 11.2 8.0 4.7

116.5 116.5 119.3 114.3 111.3 112.0 87.0 46.5

31.7 31.5 35.0 33.4 36.0 36.2 27.5 15.0

45.7 46.0 44.0 43.0 37.9 38.1 30.5 15.5

39.1 39.0 40.3 37.9 37.4 37.7 29.0 16.0

At April 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

129.0 127.0 130.0 126.0 123.5 118.0 77.9 47.8

13.5 13.0 12.5 12.5 11.7 11.0 6.7 4.7

0.5 0.5 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.2 0.2

13.0 12.5 12.1 12.1 11.3 10.6 6.5 4.5

115.5 114.0 117.5 113.5 111.8 107.0 71.2 43.1

31.0 31.0 34.0 34.0 36.2 32.8 24.0 13.6

45.7 45.0 43.4 40.9 37.6 38.0 23.7 14.5

38.8 38.0 40.1 38.6 38.0 36.2 23.5 15.0

At July 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

128.0 127.0 128.0 125.0 123.0 111.0 62.7 48.8

13.5 12.7 12.6 12.0 11.6 10.4 6.4 4.8

0.5 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.1 0.2

13.0 12.3 12.2 11.6 11.2 10.0 6.3 4.6

114.5 114.3 115.4 113.0 111.4 100.6 56.3 44.0

31.2 33.0 33.5 34.5 36.0 30.1 20.2 15.0

45.2 42.0 42.4 40.5 37.5 34.7 18.5 13.0

38.1 39.3 39.5 38.0 37.9 35.8 17.6 16.0

At October 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

130.0 130.0 129.0 125.0 123.5 106.9 56.3

13.5 12.7 12.6 11.8 11.6 9.8 6.1

0.5 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.3 0.1

13.0 12.3 12.2 11.4 11.2 9.5 6.0

116.5 117.3 116.4 113.2 111.9 97.1 50.2

32.0 35.0 34.5 36.5 36.5 30.0 18.6

46.0 43.8 42.9 39.0 37.7 34.0 16.5

38.5 38.5 39.0 37.7 37.7 33.1 15.1

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Table 1-5

Hogs on farms — Nova Scotia Total hogs

Breeding stock

Boars, 6 months and over

Sows and bred gilts

All other hogs

Under 20 kg

20 to 60 kg

Over 60 kg

thousands of head At January 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

127.0 119.0 108.0 101.0 102.0 93.0 68.0 28.3

10.9 10.2 9.4 9.1 8.0 7.3 7.2 7.0

0.5 0.5 0.4 0.4 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.2

10.4 9.7 9.0 8.7 7.7 7.0 7.0 6.8

116.1 108.8 98.6 91.9 94.0 85.7 60.8 21.3

40.5 38.0 31.3 28.8 30.5 26.5 21.2 11.0

40.7 37.8 36.0 33.5 31.5 29.5 19.7 5.5

34.9 33.0 31.3 29.6 32.0 29.7 19.9 4.8

At April 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

127.0 118.0 107.0 102.0 97.0 90.0 52.3 25.3

11.0 10.1 9.4 9.1 7.8 7.2 7.8 5.7

0.5 0.5 0.4 0.4 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.2

10.5 9.6 9.0 8.7 7.5 6.9 7.5 5.5

116.0 107.9 97.6 92.9 89.2 82.8 44.5 19.6

40.4 37.5 31.5 29.1 27.6 25.0 19.0 9.1

40.6 37.5 35.0 33.8 30.5 28.8 10.1 5.5

35.0 32.9 31.1 30.0 31.1 29.0 15.4 5.0

At July 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

125.0 113.0 102.0 102.0 93.0 87.5 37.7 16.4

10.7 10.0 9.0 8.3 7.3 7.1 8.0 4.1

0.5 0.5 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.1

10.2 9.5 8.7 8.0 7.0 6.8 7.7 4.0

114.3 103.0 93.0 93.7 85.7 80.4 29.7 12.3

40.0 33.0 30.0 30.3 27.0 24.0 15.6 4.5

40.0 36.0 32.0 32.4 29.5 28.4 7.0 2.2

34.3 34.0 31.0 31.0 29.2 28.0 7.1 5.6

At October 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

122.0 110.0 100.0 100.5 93.0 78.9 29.7

10.5 9.9 9.0 8.3 7.3 6.9 7.7

0.5 0.4 0.4 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3

10.0 9.5 8.6 8.0 7.0 6.6 7.4

111.5 100.1 91.0 92.2 85.7 72.0 22.0

39.0 32.0 29.5 29.0 26.5 23.3 11.5

39.0 36.1 32.0 31.7 29.5 23.7 5.5

33.5 32.0 29.5 31.5 29.7 25.0 5.0

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Table 1-6

Hogs on farms — New Brunswick Total hogs

Breeding stock

Boars, 6 months and over

Sows and bred gilts

All other hogs

Under 20 kg

20 to 60 kg

Over 60 kg

thousands of head At January 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

131.0 122.0 124.0 115.0 104.0 105.5 91.3 79.3

13.2 11.9 12.3 11.6 12.4 12.8 13.3 13.1

0.4 0.4 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.3 0.3 0.1

12.8 11.5 12.0 11.3 12.2 12.5 13.0 13.0

117.8 110.1 111.7 103.4 91.6 92.7 78.0 66.2

43.1 39.1 41.0 37.7 35.0 34.5 31.0 32.2

38.2 36.5 36.9 33.8 28.5 31.2 27.0 17.0

36.5 34.5 33.8 31.9 28.1 27.0 20.0 17.0

At April 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

129.0 121.0 125.0 111.0 104.2 104.0 90.2 75.1

12.7 11.9 11.8 11.7 12.3 12.9 13.2 13.1

0.4 0.4 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.1

12.3 11.5 11.5 11.4 12.1 12.7 13.0 13.0

116.3 109.1 113.2 99.3 91.9 91.1 77.0 62.0

42.4 40.0 42.0 36.5 34.0 33.0 35.0 30.0

37.6 36.0 37.0 32.0 29.5 32.3 25.0 16.0

36.3 33.1 34.2 30.8 28.4 25.8 17.0 16.0

At July 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

126.0 123.0 123.0 107.0 107.4 99.0 85.1 81.2

12.4 12.0 11.6 12.5 12.5 13.8 13.1 12.9

0.4 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.3 0.1 0.1

12.0 11.7 11.3 12.2 12.3 13.5 13.0 12.8

113.6 111.0 111.4 94.5 94.9 85.2 72.0 68.3

40.4 41.0 41.4 38.0 35.0 31.0 35.4 35.3

37.8 36.0 36.0 29.5 30.5 33.1 20.4 18.0

35.4 34.0 34.0 27.0 29.4 21.1 16.2 15.0

At October 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

124.0 125.0 119.0 105.5 107.5 99.3 81.0

11.9 12.2 11.6 12.5 12.6 13.8 13.1

0.4 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.3 0.3 0.1

11.5 11.9 11.3 12.3 12.3 13.5 13.0

112.1 112.8 107.4 93.0 94.9 85.5 67.9

40.0 42.0 39.2 35.0 35.0 30.5 33.0

37.0 37.0 35.0 30.0 31.0 32.5 17.5

35.1 33.8 33.2 28.0 28.9 22.5 17.4

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Table 1-7

Hogs on farms — Quebec Total hogs

Breeding stock

Boars, 6 months and over

Sows and bred gilts

All other hogs

Under 20 kg

20 to 60 kg

Over 60 kg

thousands of head At January 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

4,290.8 4,280.2 4,250.0 4,280.0 4,337.0 4,174.0 3,990.0 3,900.0

410.6 420.4 423.7 422.8 414.4 403.2 394.3 386.2

7.8 6.9 6.5 6.3 6.3 6.2 5.3 4.2

402.8 413.5 417.2 416.5 408.1 397.0 389.0 382.0

3,880.2 3,859.8 3,826.3 3,857.2 3,922.6 3,770.8 3,595.7 3,513.8

1,298.0 1,280.2 1,313.3 1,302.9 1,283.2 1,290.4 1,242.0 1,144.3

1,277.5 1,291.3 1,280.5 1,285.2 1,339.6 1,300.8 1,175.0 1,183.1

1,304.7 1,288.3 1,232.5 1,269.1 1,299.8 1,179.6 1,178.7 1,186.4

At April 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

4,261.9 4,280.1 4,220.0 4,265.0 4,260.0 4,155.0 3,940.0 3,870.0

415.1 423.0 423.2 423.6 412.3 402.7 390.2 383.3

7.8 6.5 6.4 6.3 6.3 6.2 5.2 4.2

407.3 416.5 416.8 417.3 406.0 396.5 385.0 379.1

3,846.8 3,857.1 3,796.8 3,841.4 3,847.7 3,752.3 3,549.8 3,486.7

1,254.8 1,277.3 1,240.1 1,289.2 1,269.8 1,304.8 1,290.3 1,263.4

1,282.8 1,263.2 1,268.8 1,241.6 1,271.2 1,197.0 1,162.6 1,180.4

1,309.2 1,316.6 1,287.9 1,310.6 1,306.7 1,250.5 1,096.9 1,042.9

At July 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

4,353.1 4,350.0 4,350.0 4,384.0 4,250.0 4,120.0 4,075.0 3,870.0

418.7 419.0 422.8 420.6 405.3 399.7 390.0 386.2

7.4 6.6 6.3 6.3 6.3 5.7 5.0 4.2

411.3 412.4 416.5 414.3 399.0 394.0 385.0 382.0

3,934.4 3,931.0 3,927.2 3,963.4 3,844.7 3,720.3 3,685.0 3,483.8

1,247.5 1,233.6 1,286.9 1,245.9 1,223.2 1,347.3 1,325.5 1,224.7

1,377.2 1,395.0 1,332.3 1,405.8 1,346.8 1,169.2 1,201.7 1,159.7

1,309.7 1,302.4 1,308.0 1,311.7 1,274.7 1,203.8 1,157.8 1,099.4

At October 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

4,398.5 4,335.0 4,341.0 4,385.0 4,170.0 4,050.0 4,035.0

415.1 418.8 422.8 418.1 404.2 396.6 385.7

6.9 6.6 6.3 6.3 6.2 5.6 4.7

408.2 412.2 416.5 411.8 398.0 391.0 381.0

3,983.4 3,916.2 3,918.2 3,966.9 3,765.8 3,653.4 3,649.3

1,279.5 1,274.8 1,259.0 1,284.0 1,256.1 1,311.7 1,212.6

1,339.9 1,268.3 1,278.9 1,307.8 1,282.1 1,215.6 1,134.3

1,364.0 1,373.1 1,380.3 1,375.1 1,227.6 1,126.1 1,302.4

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Table 1-8

Hogs on farms — Ontario Total hogs

Breeding stock

Boars, 6 months and over

Sows and bred gilts

All other hogs

Under 20 kg

20 to 60 kg

Over 60 kg

thousands of head At January 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

3,532.9 3,736.5 3,780.7 3,778.9 3,951.2 3,924.1 3,652.0 3,104.5

385.8 411.4 437.3 443.5 433.6 422.7 402.9 359.7

12.7 12.7 11.5 10.3 9.6 9.0 8.1 6.7

373.1 398.7 425.8 433.2 424.0 413.7 394.8 353.0

3,147.1 3,325.1 3,343.4 3,335.4 3,517.6 3,501.4 3,249.1 2,744.8

1,027.6 1,111.3 1,174.9 1,121.9 1,184.9 1,188.2 1,186.3 1,004.1

1,060.8 1,116.8 1,073.2 1,115.8 1,170.2 1,279.4 1,121.3 965.3

1,058.7 1,097.0 1,095.3 1,097.7 1,162.5 1,033.8 941.5 775.4

At April 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

3,599.7 3,789.2 3,792.3 3,909.5 3,957.3 3,850.1 3,355.1 2,975.3

391.1 426.4 444.8 440.9 430.0 418.3 379.5 359.0

12.9 12.1 11.5 10.2 9.4 8.8 7.5 6.5

378.2 414.3 433.3 430.7 420.6 409.5 372.0 352.5

3,208.6 3,362.8 3,347.5 3,468.6 3,527.3 3,431.8 2,975.6 2,616.3

1,056.1 1,152.6 1,185.7 1,172.2 1,211.2 1,257.1 1,076.3 975.3

1,210.9 1,244.0 1,220.9 1,283.1 1,302.0 1,115.0 969.2 865.0

941.6 966.2 940.9 1,013.3 1,014.1 1,059.7 930.1 776.0

At July 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

3,655.9 3,714.5 3,849.4 3,995.4 3,929.6 3,886.8 3,237.0 3,100.8

400.5 427.1 442.7 440.0 426.3 417.3 372.2 362.8

12.9 12.0 11.0 10.0 9.2 8.8 7.2 6.8

387.6 415.1 431.7 430.0 417.1 408.5 365.0 356.0

3,255.4 3,287.4 3,406.7 3,555.4 3,503.3 3,469.5 2,864.8 2,738.0

1,171.7 1,177.8 1,176.3 1,229.4 1,244.1 1,245.1 1,033.5 1,058.0

1,088.3 1,084.0 1,191.5 1,233.4 1,189.2 1,162.8 948.2 853.9

995.4 1,025.6 1,038.9 1,092.6 1,070.0 1,061.6 883.1 826.1

At October 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

3,755.2 3,764.4 3,793.5 4,013.8 3,911.0 3,831.2 3,206.3

404.4 431.6 441.5 441.9 425.7 408.6 364.4

12.7 11.7 10.6 9.8 9.1 8.6 6.9

391.7 419.9 430.9 432.1 416.6 400.0 357.5

3,350.8 3,332.8 3,352.0 3,571.9 3,485.3 3,422.6 2,841.9

1,126.8 1,097.9 1,115.3 1,184.1 1,195.7 1,215.0 1,007.2

1,189.7 1,181.5 1,202.6 1,283.5 1,255.1 1,174.3 980.2

1,034.3 1,053.4 1,034.1 1,104.3 1,034.5 1,033.3 854.5

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Table 1-9

Hogs on farms — Western provinces Total hogs

Breeding stock

Boars, 6 months and over

Sows and bred gilts

All other hogs

Under 20 kg

20 to 60 kg

Over 60 kg

thousands of head At January 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

6,160.9 6,354.8 6,328.0 6,406.0 6,491.0 6,485.0 5,912.0 5,015.0

678.1 700.8 719.6 733.6 724.9 721.3 686.0 624.0

22.5 20.8 20.1 18.8 17.9 17.2 15.5 12.5

655.6 680.0 699.5 714.8 707.0 704.1 670.5 611.5

5,482.8 5,654.0 5,608.4 5,672.4 5,766.1 5,763.7 5,226.0 4,391.0

1,797.6 1,867.9 1,948.3 1,961.7 1,905.7 1,968.8 1,963.4 1,481.5

1,875.9 1,924.9 1,899.2 1,900.9 2,014.8 1,852.1 1,588.1 1,431.9

1,809.3 1,861.2 1,760.9 1,809.8 1,845.6 1,942.8 1,674.5 1,477.6

At April 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

6,195.7 6,217.0 6,298.0 6,444.0 6,486.0 6,410.0 5,483.0 4,890.0

684.1 702.3 721.2 730.2 722.0 718.3 676.9 618.6

22.0 20.4 19.7 18.7 17.7 17.0 15.1 12.3

662.1 681.9 701.5 711.5 704.3 701.3 661.8 606.3

5,511.6 5,514.7 5,576.8 5,713.8 5,764.0 5,691.7 4,806.1 4,271.4

1,837.7 1,859.5 1,901.4 2,007.4 1,953.0 2,097.1 1,827.7 1,463.4

1,839.4 1,833.6 1,908.3 1,914.2 1,945.2 1,740.4 1,455.0 1,378.0

1,834.5 1,821.6 1,767.1 1,792.2 1,865.8 1,854.2 1,523.4 1,430.0

At July 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

6,324.3 6,290.0 6,425.0 6,479.0 6,560.0 6,384.0 5,481.0 4,986.0

692.3 709.1 728.0 730.2 723.2 716.3 656.1 608.8

21.7 20.5 19.7 18.4 17.7 16.9 14.6 11.9

670.6 688.6 708.3 711.8 705.5 699.4 641.5 596.9

5,632.0 5,580.9 5,697.0 5,748.8 5,836.8 5,667.7 4,824.9 4,377.2

1,912.4 2,008.7 2,046.9 2,082.5 2,001.0 2,070.6 1,783.6 1,402.5

1,976.0 1,811.0 1,853.6 1,878.2 2,007.4 1,735.0 1,454.8 1,503.4

1,743.6 1,761.2 1,796.5 1,788.1 1,828.4 1,862.1 1,586.5 1,471.3

At October 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

6,457.7 6,243.0 6,360.0 6,473.0 6,493.0 6,192.0 5,335.0

695.5 713.1 730.3 726.3 720.5 707.6 640.1

21.4 20.5 19.1 18.3 17.3 16.6 14.0

674.1 692.6 711.2 708.0 703.2 691.0 626.1

5,762.2 5,529.9 5,629.7 5,746.7 5,772.5 5,484.4 4,694.9

1,955.1 1,997.6 1,984.2 1,968.7 1,929.7 2,049.5 1,619.2

1,905.1 1,786.0 1,873.6 2,024.0 1,886.8 1,687.2 1,530.3

1,902.0 1,746.3 1,771.9 1,754.0 1,956.0 1,747.7 1,545.4

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Table 1-10

Hogs on farms — Manitoba Total hogs

Breeding stock

Boars, 6 months and over

Sows and bred gilts

All other hogs

Under 20 kg

20 to 60 kg

Over 60 kg

thousands of head At January 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

2,688.1 2,825.0 2,852.0 2,870.0 2,940.0 2,960.0 2,810.0 2,499.0

324.5 339.8 357.7 373.6 373.2 373.8 362.2 337.6

7.8 7.5 6.7 5.6 5.2 4.8 4.2 3.6

316.7 332.3 351.0 368.0 368.0 369.0 358.0 334.0

2,363.6 2,485.2 2,494.3 2,496.4 2,566.8 2,586.2 2,447.8 2,161.4

835.8 868.2 924.7 962.4 916.3 988.9 1,083.2 859.4

789.7 818.4 830.7 800.2 871.8 798.9 684.0 661.2

738.1 798.6 738.9 733.8 778.7 798.4 680.6 640.8

At April 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

2,691.8 2,750.0 2,840.0 2,910.0 2,920.0 2,920.0 2,660.0 2,477.0

329.9 341.8 362.3 373.3 371.6 372.7 359.1 336.5

7.9 7.0 6.3 5.6 5.1 4.7 4.1 3.6

322.0 334.8 356.0 367.7 366.5 368.0 355.0 332.9

2,361.9 2,408.2 2,477.7 2,536.7 2,548.4 2,547.3 2,300.9 2,140.5

852.4 908.8 940.5 1,030.8 938.1 1,110.8 1,052.2 822.3

764.7 764.4 827.7 822.6 852.9 716.7 642.2 691.4

744.8 735.0 709.5 683.3 757.4 719.8 606.5 626.8

At July 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

2,785.0 2,850.0 2,890.0 2,940.0 2,980.0 2,965.0 2,720.0 2,530.0

333.7 348.3 368.3 371.0 373.0 375.2 343.9 334.0

8.0 7.0 6.3 5.4 5.0 4.7 3.9 3.5

325.7 341.3 362.0 365.6 368.0 370.5 340.0 330.5

2,451.3 2,501.7 2,521.7 2,569.0 2,607.0 2,589.8 2,376.1 2,196.0

859.0 913.3 937.0 980.6 930.2 1,130.3 1,046.4 745.5

873.1 855.9 822.2 837.1 905.1 710.7 669.0 766.2

719.2 732.5 762.5 751.3 771.7 748.8 660.7 684.3

At October 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

2,874.6 2,820.0 2,859.0 2,910.0 2,950.0 2,910.0 2,670.0

337.3 353.3 370.8 371.6 372.4 370.6 341.1

7.8 7.0 5.8 5.4 4.9 4.6 4.1

329.5 346.3 365.0 366.2 367.5 366.0 337.0

2,537.3 2,466.7 2,488.2 2,538.4 2,577.6 2,539.4 2,328.9

888.6 904.5 957.5 881.2 949.0 1,132.5 981.5

817.3 770.7 796.4 941.9 829.7 703.0 717.6

831.4 791.5 734.3 715.3 798.9 703.9 629.8

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Table 1-11

Hogs on farms — Saskatchewan Total hogs

Breeding stock

Boars, 6 months and over

Sows and bred gilts

All other hogs

Under 20 kg

20 to 60 kg

Over 60 kg

thousands of head At January 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

1,180.1 1,230.0 1,265.0 1,342.0 1,375.0 1,349.0 1,180.0 810.0

114.8 126.7 128.6 134.2 133.8 135.8 127.5 102.2

4.8 5.1 5.2 5.2 5.0 4.8 4.4 3.2

110.0 121.6 123.4 129.0 128.8 131.0 123.1 99.0

1,065.3 1,103.3 1,136.4 1,207.8 1,241.2 1,213.2 1,052.5 707.8

324.9 334.8 341.9 356.0 373.7 328.7 312.0 146.4

399.3 417.2 433.1 454.2 474.0 380.0 307.2 230.9

341.1 351.3 361.4 397.6 393.5 504.5 433.3 330.5

At April 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

1,227.7 1,211.0 1,275.0 1,358.0 1,380.0 1,340.0 1,002.0 760.0

119.5 128.2 130.8 134.1 134.4 135.3 125.4 99.6

5.0 5.2 5.3 5.1 4.9 4.8 4.3 3.0

114.5 123.0 125.5 129.0 129.5 130.5 121.1 96.6

1,108.2 1,082.8 1,144.2 1,223.9 1,245.6 1,204.7 876.6 660.4

324.9 288.4 315.5 334.5 349.8 319.0 213.6 150.2

389.0 391.3 409.8 435.0 439.0 387.2 271.4 204.1

394.3 403.1 418.9 454.4 456.8 498.5 391.6 306.1

At July 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

1,230.4 1,250.0 1,350.0 1,395.0 1,389.0 1,320.0 971.0 810.0

122.7 129.4 134.1 136.3 135.8 133.0 123.8 96.0

5.0 5.2 5.3 5.1 4.9 4.7 4.2 3.0

117.7 124.2 128.8 131.2 130.9 128.3 119.6 93.0

1,107.7 1,120.6 1,215.9 1,258.7 1,253.2 1,187.0 847.2 714.0

373.5 404.5 438.8 441.8 412.5 319.4 192.1 176.6

345.9 327.3 363.9 378.4 390.0 376.7 259.6 233.2

388.3 388.8 413.2 438.5 450.7 490.9 395.5 304.2

At October 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

1,245.0 1,245.0 1,335.0 1,404.0 1,374.0 1,265.0 900.0

125.5 127.6 132.5 133.9 134.2 132.3 112.8

5.0 5.3 5.2 5.0 4.8 4.7 3.8

120.5 122.3 127.3 128.9 129.4 127.6 109.0

1,119.5 1,117.4 1,202.5 1,270.1 1,239.8 1,132.7 787.2

390.6 396.1 402.1 450.6 320.0 318.1 161.4

367.6 374.3 410.1 419.9 397.5 364.1 251.4

361.3 347.0 390.3 399.6 522.3 450.5 374.4

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Table 1-12

Hogs on farms — Alberta Total hogs

Breeding stock

Boars, 6 months and over

Sows and bred gilts

All other hogs

Under 20 kg

20 to 60 kg

Over 60 kg

thousands of head At January 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

2,125.1 2,139.8 2,050.0 2,045.0 2,036.0 2,045.0 1,800.0 1,590.0

219.2 215.5 212.3 206.1 199.2 193.4 178.4 167.3

9.1 7.5 7.4 7.3 7.1 7.0 6.4 5.3

210.1 208.0 204.9 198.8 192.1 186.4 172.0 162.0

1,905.9 1,924.3 1,837.7 1,838.9 1,836.8 1,851.6 1,621.6 1,422.7

590.4 619.5 637.3 603.0 576.6 607.5 529.8 437.8

637.5 644.3 589.1 605.0 629.9 641.0 559.2 512.8

678.0 660.5 611.3 630.9 630.3 603.1 532.6 472.1

At April 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

2,108.2 2,100.0 2,030.0 2,025.0 2,050.0 2,020.0 1,700.0 1,540.0

215.3 213.5 208.4 202.7 197.1 191.9 175.0 165.2

8.3 7.5 7.4 7.3 7.1 6.9 6.2 5.2

207.0 206.0 201.0 195.4 190.0 185.0 168.8 160.0

1,892.9 1,886.5 1,821.6 1,822.3 1,852.9 1,828.1 1,525.0 1,374.8

612.2 614.4 600.9 597.7 625.2 611.3 520.0 454.6

641.3 636.3 627.9 615.7 617.5 607.2 504.1 454.9

639.4 635.8 592.8 608.9 610.2 609.6 500.9 465.3

At July 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

2,140.9 2,030.0 2,030.0 2,000.0 2,056.0 1,970.0 1,670.0 1,530.0

216.9 211.0 205.3 204.0 195.1 189.5 171.0 161.5

7.9 7.5 7.3 7.2 7.1 6.9 6.0 5.0

209.0 203.5 198.0 196.8 188.0 182.6 165.0 156.5

1,924.0 1,819.0 1,824.7 1,796.0 1,860.9 1,780.5 1,499.0 1,368.5

621.9 636.5 622.7 615.1 614.4 582.2 504.8 441.9

711.5 585.6 623.3 621.9 676.4 615.2 488.8 476.5

590.6 596.9 578.7 559.0 570.1 583.1 505.4 450.1

At October 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

2,171.9 2,020.0 2,010.0 2,020.0 2,035.0 1,890.0 1,650.0

213.8 212.4 206.4 202.5 195.5 186.6 169.6

7.8 7.4 7.3 7.2 7.0 6.8 5.6

206.0 205.0 199.1 195.3 188.5 179.8 164.0

1,958.1 1,807.6 1,803.6 1,817.5 1,839.5 1,703.4 1,480.4

628.3 653.4 581.5 598.9 602.9 557.2 438.5

668.8 592.8 620.3 620.0 629.5 588.0 528.7

661.0 561.4 601.8 598.6 607.1 558.2 513.2

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Hog Statistics – Second quarter 2009

Table 1-13

Hogs on farms — British Columbia Total hogs

Breeding stock

Boars, 6 months and over

Sows and bred gilts

All other hogs

Under 20 kg

20 to 60 kg

Over 60 kg

thousands of head At January 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

167.6 160.0 161.0 149.0 140.0 131.0 122.0 116.0

19.6 18.8 21.0 19.7 18.7 18.3 17.9 16.9

0.8 0.7 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.4

18.8 18.1 20.2 19.0 18.1 17.7 17.4 16.5

148.0 141.2 140.0 129.3 121.3 112.7 104.1 99.1

46.5 45.4 44.4 40.3 39.1 43.7 38.4 37.9

49.4 45.0 46.3 41.5 39.1 32.2 37.7 27.0

52.1 50.8 49.3 47.5 43.1 36.8 28.0 34.2

At April 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

168.0 156.0 153.0 151.0 136.0 130.0 121.0 113.0

19.4 18.8 19.7 20.1 18.9 18.4 17.4 17.3

0.8 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.5

18.6 18.1 19.0 19.4 18.3 17.8 16.9 16.8

148.6 137.2 133.3 130.9 117.1 111.6 103.6 95.7

48.2 47.9 44.5 44.4 39.9 56.0 41.9 36.3

44.4 41.6 42.9 40.9 35.8 29.3 37.3 27.6

56.0 47.7 45.9 45.6 41.4 26.3 24.4 31.8

At July 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

168.0 160.0 155.0 144.0 135.0 129.0 120.0 116.0

19.0 20.4 20.3 18.9 19.3 18.6 17.4 17.3

0.8 0.8 0.8 0.7 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.4

18.2 19.6 19.5 18.2 18.6 18.0 16.9 16.9

149.0 139.6 134.7 125.1 115.7 110.4 102.6 98.7

58.0 54.4 48.4 45.0 43.9 38.7 40.3 38.5

45.5 42.2 44.2 40.8 35.9 32.4 37.4 27.5

45.5 43.0 42.1 39.3 35.9 39.3 24.9 32.7

At October 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

166.2 158.0 156.0 139.0 134.0 127.0 115.0

18.9 19.8 20.6 18.3 18.4 18.1 16.6

0.8 0.8 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.5

18.1 19.0 19.8 17.6 17.8 17.6 16.1

147.3 138.2 135.4 120.7 115.6 108.9 98.4

47.6 43.6 43.1 38.0 57.8 41.7 37.8

51.4 48.2 46.8 42.2 30.1 32.1 32.6

48.3 46.4 45.5 40.5 27.7 35.1 28.0

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Hog Statistics – Second quarter 2009

Table 2-1

Sows farrowed, pigs born and farrowing intentions — Eastern provinces

January to March 2002 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year April to June 2002 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year July to September 2002 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year October to December 2002 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year January to March 2003 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year April to June 2003 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year July to September 2003 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year October to December 2003 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year January to March 2004 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year

Newfoundland and Labrador

Prince Edward Island

Nova Scotia

New Brunswick

Quebec

Ontario

Eastern provinces

Canada

0.2 100.0

6.2 1.6

6.8 4.6

6.0 -11.8

199.0 1.1

212.1 15.2

430.3 7.4

775.8 7.2

1.5 66.7

63.2 1.4

69.3 3.3

61.7 -12.1

2,081.9 0.6

2,175.3 15.8

4,452.9 7.3

7,994.4 7.4

0.1 -50.0

6.3 1.6

6.5 -1.5

5.8 -18.3

200.1 -0.3

210.3 15.2

429.1 6.3

781.2 5.7

1.2 -20.0

64.7 1.6

67.2 -0.6

59.8 -17.9

2,095.8 -0.7

2,159.4 15.5

4,448.1 6.3

8,064.6 5.9

0.1 0.0

6.6 3.1

6.3 -6.0

5.7 -9.5

203.9 2.3

214.4 10.0

437.0 5.6

790.9 4.4

1.2 20.0

68.0 3.7

62.7 -8.6

58.7 -9.4

2,136.0 2.9

2,210.4 10.8

4,537.0 6.2

8,164.1 4.7

0.1 0.0

6.7 3.1

6.0 -9.1

5.8 -10.8

205.2 2.5

223.6 5.9

447.4 3.8

799.7 3.1

1.4 0.0

68.9 3.6

61.8 -8.4

59.5 -12.0

2,153.4 3.5

2,304.3 6.4

4,649.3 4.5

8,261.8 3.5

0.2 0.0

6.1 -1.6

5.6 -17.6

5.9 -1.7

209.0 5.0

234.9 10.7

461.7 7.3

806.8 4.0

1.4 -6.7

61.8 -2.2

56.5 -18.5

59.7 -3.2

2,194.8 5.4

2,422.3 11.4

4,796.5 7.7

8,336.8 4.3

0.1 0.0

6.2 -1.6

5.3 -18.5

6.3 8.6

197.0 -1.5

225.7 7.3

440.6 2.7

804.4 3.0

1.0 -16.7

63.6 -1.7

53.5 -20.4

64.8 8.4

2,075.3 -1.0

2,333.6 8.1

4,591.8 3.2

8,344.1 3.5

0.1 0.0

6.5 -1.5

5.3 -15.9

6.3 10.5

203.7 -0.1

233.8 9.0

455.7 4.3

830.8 5.0

1.2 0.0

66.8 -1.8

54.3 -13.4

63.8 8.7

2,145.4 0.4

2,419.4 9.5

4,750.9 4.7

8,623.7 5.6

0.1 0.0

6.7 0.0

5.1 -15.0

6.2 6.9

210.3 2.5

245.7 9.9

474.1 6.0

872.3 9.1

1.0 -28.6

69.1 0.3

52.1 -15.7

63.7 7.1

2,214.7 2.8

2,548.8 10.6

4,949.4 6.5

9,087.8 10.0

0.2 0.0

6.6 8.2

5.4 -3.6

5.5 -6.8

211.2 1.1

248.8 5.9

477.7 3.5

873.0 8.2

1.8 28.6

67.7 9.5

55.1 -2.5

56.6 -5.2

2,219.1 1.1

2,583.3 6.6

4,983.6 3.9

9,104.3 9.2

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Hog Statistics – Second quarter 2009

Table 2-1 – continued

Sows farrowed, pigs born and farrowing intentions — Eastern provinces

April to June 2004 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year July to September 2004 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year October to December 2004 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year January to March 2005 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year April to June 2005 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year July to September 2005 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year October to December 2005 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year January to March 2006 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year April to June 2006 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year

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Newfoundland and Labrador

Prince Edward Island

Nova Scotia

New Brunswick

Quebec

Ontario

Eastern provinces

Canada

0.1 0.0

6.3 1.6

4.8 -9.4

5.4 -14.3

213.8 8.5

238.7 5.8

469.1 6.5

861.3 7.1

1.1 10.0

63.6 0.0

49.0 -8.4

54.8 -15.4

2,238.9 7.9

2,478.3 6.2

4,885.7 6.4

8,983.1 7.7

0.1 0.0

6.5 0.0

4.9 -7.5

5.6 -11.1

210.9 3.5

237.6 1.6

465.6 2.2

851.8 2.5

1.1 -8.3

66.6 -0.3

50.9 -6.3

56.9 -10.8

2,206.0 2.8

2,468.2 2.0

4,849.7 2.1

8,905.4 3.3

0.1 0.0

6.5 -3.0

5.0 -2.0

5.5 -11.3

215.5 2.5

245.4 -0.1

478.0 0.8

896.5 2.8

1.0 0.0

67.0 -3.0

52.1 0.0

56.2 -11.8

2,252.3 1.7

2,550.3 0.1

4,978.9 0.6

9,394.8 3.4

0.2 0.0

6.4 -3.0

4.6 -14.8

5.6 1.8

215.6 2.1

231.1 -7.1

463.5 -3.0

874.1 0.1

1.6 -11.1

65.1 -3.8

47.3 -14.2

58.4 3.2

2,256.2 1.7

2,409.1 -6.7

4,837.7 -2.9

9,189.4 0.9

0.1 0.0

6.1 -3.2

4.4 -8.3

5.9 9.3

212.9 -0.4

222.0 -7.0

451.4 -3.8

852.5 -1.0

1.4 27.3

61.6 -3.1

45.3 -7.6

60.9 11.1

2,230.7 -0.4

2,316.6 -6.5

4,716.5 -3.5

8,983.4 0.0

0.1 0.0

6.2 -4.6

4.6 -6.1

6.0 7.1

209.0 -0.9

219.7 -7.5

445.6 -4.3

855.5 0.4

0.7 -36.4

64.0 -3.9

47.3 -7.1

62.9 10.5

2,186.9 -0.9

2,292.1 -7.1

4,653.9 -4.0

9,033.6 1.4

0.1 0.0

5.8 -10.8

4.6 -8.0

5.9 7.3

203.9 -5.4

218.6 -10.9

438.9 -8.2

852.7 -4.9

1.0 0.0

58.3 -13.0

48.0 -7.9

61.0 8.5

2,132.3 -5.3

2,279.2 -10.6

4,579.8 -8.0

9,024.8 -3.9

0.2 0.0

5.9 -7.8

4.3 -6.5

6.1 8.9

202.2 -6.2

223.1 -3.5

441.8 -4.7

856.1 -2.1

1.5 -6.2

60.3 -7.4

44.6 -5.7

63.1 8.0

2,116.8 -6.2

2,332.6 -3.2

4,618.9 -4.5

9,075.5 -1.2

0.1 0.0

5.6 -8.2

4.0 -9.1

6.1 3.4

188.4 -11.5

195.1 -12.1

399.3 -11.5

812.0 -4.8

1.2 -14.3

57.2 -7.1

41.0 -9.5

63.1 3.6

1,976.2 -11.4

2,041.3 -11.9

4,180.0 -11.4

8,637.1 -3.9

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Hog Statistics – Second quarter 2009

Table 2-1 – continued

Sows farrowed, pigs born and farrowing intentions — Eastern provinces

July to September 2006 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year October to December 2006 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year January to March 2007 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year April to June 2007 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year July to September 2007 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year October to December 2007 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year January to March 2008 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year April to June 2008 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year July to September 2008 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year

Newfoundland and Labrador

Prince Edward Island

Nova Scotia

New Brunswick

Quebec

Ontario

Eastern provinces

Canada

0.1 0.0

5.9 -4.8

4.0 -13.0

6.1 1.7

188.4 -9.9

204.6 -6.9

409.1 -8.2

815.9 -4.6

1.2 71.4

61.4 -4.1

41.5 -12.3

64.7 2.9

1,971.1 -9.9

2,140.8 -6.6

4,280.7 -8.0

8,695.2 -3.7

0.1 0.0

5.9 1.7

4.0 -13.0

5.9 0.0

200.1 -1.9

218.0 -0.3

434.0 -1.1

845.7 -0.8

1.2 20.0

61.4 5.3

41.5 -13.5

61.0 0.0

2,094.1 -1.8

2,279.8 0.0

4,539.0 -0.9

9,025.6 0.0

0.1 -50.0

5.3 -10.2

3.8 -11.6

6.1 0.0

197.4 -2.4

203.1 -9.0

415.8 -5.9

824.7 -3.7

1.1 -26.7

55.8 -7.5

39.5 -11.4

63.8 1.1

2,067.9 -2.3

2,129.0 -8.7

4,357.1 -5.7

8,819.7 -2.8

0.1 0.0

4.8 -14.3

4.1 2.5

6.0 -1.6

187.3 -0.6

195.0 -0.1

397.3 -0.5

809.5 -0.3

1.1 -8.3

49.5 -13.5

42.2 2.9

62.7 -0.6

1,963.8 -0.6

2,045.1 0.2

4,164.4 -0.4

8,678.0 0.5

0.1 0.0

4.4 -25.4

3.7 -7.5

6.1 0.0

191.5 1.6

194.0 -5.2

399.8 -2.3

794.4 -2.6

1.2 0.0

47.5 -22.6

38.5 -7.2

63.2 -2.3

2,003.9 1.7

2,033.2 -5.0

4,187.5 -2.2

8,511.6 -2.1

0.1 0.0

4.2 -28.8

3.5 -12.5

5.9 0.0

195.2 -2.4

211.1 -3.2

420.0 -3.2

828.8 -2.0

1.0 -16.7

44.0 -28.3

36.8 -11.3

62.0 1.6

2,043.5 -2.4

2,209.5 -3.1

4,396.8 -3.1

8,882.3 -1.6

0.1 0.0

3.2 -39.6

3.3 -13.2

5.6 -8.2

196.3 -0.6

195.9 -3.5

404.4 -2.7

805.4 -2.3

1.1 0.0

34.0 -39.1

34.2 -13.4

59.0 -7.5

2,060.8 -0.3

2,047.6 -3.8

4,236.7 -2.8

8,655.2 -1.9

0.1 0.0

2.9 -39.6

4.0 -2.4

6.2 3.3

200.9 7.3

193.0 -1.0

407.1 2.5

793.7 -2.0

1.1 0.0

30.0 -39.4

40.0 -5.2

65.0 3.7

2,111.4 7.5

2,016.6 -1.4

4,264.1 2.4

8,527.9 -1.7

0.1 0.0

3.0 -31.8

4.1 10.8

6.3 3.3

190.6 -0.5

200.3 3.2

404.4 1.2

772.5 -2.8

1.2 0.0

30.5 -35.8

41.5 7.8

65.0 2.8

1,998.2 -0.3

2,097.0 3.1

4,233.4 1.1

8,295.6 -2.5

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Hog Statistics – Second quarter 2009

Table 2-1 – continued

Sows farrowed, pigs born and farrowing intentions — Eastern provinces

October to December 2008 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year January to March 2009 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year April to June 2009 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Farrowing intentions July to September 2009 Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year October to December 2009 Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year

28

Newfoundland and Labrador

Prince Edward Island

Nova Scotia

New Brunswick

Quebec

Ontario

Eastern provinces

Canada

0.1 0.0

2.4 -42.9

3.3 -5.7

6.4 8.5

201.0 3.0

207.0 -1.9

420.2 0.0

786.8 -5.1

1.1 10.0

24.9 -43.4

34.0 -7.6

67.5 8.9

2,107.9 3.2

2,167.0 -1.9

4,402.4 0.1

8,441.7 -5.0

0.1 0.0

2.1 -34.4

3.1 -6.1

6.7 19.6

209.3 6.6

186.0 -5.1

407.3 0.7

756.7 -6.0

1.1 0.0

21.8 -35.9

32.0 -6.4

72.0 22.0

2,197.7 6.6

1,953.0 -4.6

4,277.6 1.0

8,153.0 -5.8

0.1 0.0

2.2 -24.1

2.2 -45.0

6.2 0.0

189.5 -5.7

188.1 -2.5

388.3 -4.6

738.5 -7.0

1.4 27.3

23.0 -23.3

22.5 -43.8

65.0 0.0

2,005.8 -5.0

1,977.2 -2.0

4,094.9 -4.0

7,981.2 -6.4

0.1 0.0

2.2 -26.7

2.1 -48.8

6.3 0.0

193.0 1.3

190.5 -4.9

394.2 -2.5

740.7 -4.1

0.1 0.0

1.8 -25.0

2.1 -36.4

6.3 -1.6

193.2 -3.9

194.0 -6.3

397.5 -5.4

743.7 -5.5

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Table 2-2

Sows farrowed, pigs born and farrowing intentions — Western provinces

January to March 2002 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year April to June 2002 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year July to September 2002 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year October to December 2002 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year January to March 2003 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year April to June 2003 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year July to September 2003 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year October to December 2003 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year January to March 2004 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year

Manitoba

Saskatchewan

Alberta

British Columbia

Western provinces

Canada

171.7 5.7

63.8 31.0

101.2 -1.7

8.8 -4.3

345.5 6.9

775.8 7.2

1,771.2 7.3

644.6 30.6

1,039.0 -2.0

86.7 -4.0

3,541.5 7.5

7,994.4 7.4

180.5 7.3

58.6 12.9

104.0 -2.3

9.0 -3.2

352.1 4.9

781.2 5.7

1,860.8 8.0

590.8 13.2

1,074.9 -1.9

90.0 -1.3

3,616.5 5.4

8,064.6 5.9

179.0 1.4

62.5 22.3

103.4 -3.3

9.0 -6.2

353.9 2.8

790.9 4.4

1,847.8 1.5

631.4 22.8

1,058.4 -3.5

89.5 -6.9

3,627.1 2.9

8,164.1 4.7

181.8 4.1

61.6 20.5

99.7 -9.0

9.2 0.0

352.3 2.3

799.7 3.1

1,885.3 5.2

622.2 20.6

1,012.6 -10.6

92.4 1.1

3,612.5 2.3

8,261.8 3.5

175.6 2.3

61.9 -3.0

97.9 -3.3

9.7 10.2

345.1 -0.1

806.8 4.0

1,824.2 3.0

623.8 -3.2

995.6 -4.2

96.7 11.5

3,540.3 0.0

8,336.8 4.3

194.2 7.6

67.4 15.0

92.0 -11.5

10.2 13.3

363.8 3.3

804.4 3.0

2,036.0 9.4

680.0 15.1

934.1 -13.1

102.2 13.6

3,752.3 3.8

8,344.1 3.5

203.2 13.5

64.4 3.0

97.9 -5.3

9.6 6.7

375.1 6.0

830.8 5.0

2,136.1 15.6

651.5 3.2

989.1 -6.5

96.1 7.4

3,872.8 6.8

8,623.7 5.6

211.5 16.3

70.3 14.1

106.0 6.3

10.4 13.0

398.2 13.0

872.3 9.1

2,240.5 18.8

714.1 14.8

1,080.0 6.7

103.8 12.3

4,138.4 14.6

9,087.8 10.0

212.9 21.2

72.7 17.4

100.7 2.9

9.0 -7.2

395.3 14.5

873.0 8.2

2,264.6 24.1

740.6 18.7

1,025.8 3.0

89.7 -7.2

4,120.7 16.4

9,104.3 9.2

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Table 2-2 – continued

Sows farrowed, pigs born and farrowing intentions — Western provinces

April to June 2004 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year July to September 2004 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year October to December 2004 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year January to March 2005 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year April to June 2005 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year July to September 2005 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year October to December 2005 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year January to March 2006 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year April to June 2006 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year

30

Manitoba

Saskatchewan

Alberta

British Columbia

Western provinces

Canada

204.1 5.1

74.0 9.8

104.1 13.2

10.0 -2.0

392.2 7.8

861.3 7.1

2,177.3 6.9

752.1 10.6

1,067.2 14.2

100.8 -1.4

4,097.4 9.2

8,983.1 7.7

211.9 4.3

62.9 -2.3

101.8 4.0

9.6 0.0

386.2 3.0

851.8 2.5

2,269.1 6.2

644.8 -1.0

1,044.8 5.6

97.0 0.9

4,055.7 4.7

8,905.4 3.3

224.6 6.2

72.8 3.6

111.9 5.6

9.2 -11.5

418.5 5.1

896.5 2.8

2,419.9 8.0

748.7 4.8

1,155.1 7.0

92.2 -11.2

4,415.9 6.7

9,394.8 3.4

226.0 6.2

71.3 -1.9

103.4 2.7

9.9 10.0

410.6 3.9

874.1 0.1

2,448.8 8.1

732.1 -1.1

1,071.5 4.5

99.3 10.7

4,351.7 5.6

9,189.4 0.9

215.4 5.5

72.0 -2.7

104.4 0.3

9.3 -7.0

401.1 2.3

852.5 -1.0

2,350.6 8.0

738.0 -1.9

1,083.6 1.5

94.7 -6.1

4,266.9 4.1

8,983.4 0.0

222.4 5.0

70.5 12.1

107.9 6.0

9.1 -5.2

409.9 6.1

855.5 0.4

2,438.8 7.5

726.5 12.7

1,121.5 7.3

92.9 -4.2

4,379.7 8.0

9,033.6 1.4

229.3 2.1

66.7 -8.4

108.2 -3.3

9.6 4.3

413.8 -1.1

852.7 -4.9

2,527.9 4.5

689.6 -7.9

1,130.4 -2.1

97.1 5.3

4,445.0 0.7

9,024.8 -3.9

222.9 -1.4

72.8 2.1

109.8 6.2

8.8 -11.1

414.3 0.9

856.1 -2.1

2,463.4 0.6

751.8 2.7

1,152.2 7.5

89.2 -10.2

4,456.6 2.4

9,075.5 -1.2

223.5 3.8

71.8 -0.3

107.8 3.3

9.6 3.2

412.7 2.9

812.0 -4.8

2,487.0 5.8

739.7 0.2

1,132.4 4.5

98.0 3.5

4,457.1 4.5

8,637.1 -3.9

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Table 2-2 – continued

Sows farrowed, pigs born and farrowing intentions — Western provinces

July to September 2006 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year October to December 2006 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year January to March 2007 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year April to June 2007 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year July to September 2007 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year October to December 2007 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year January to March 2008 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year April to June 2008 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year July to September 2008 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year

Manitoba

Saskatchewan

Alberta

British Columbia

Western provinces

Canada

221.1 -0.6

72.2 2.4

104.5 -3.2

9.0 -1.1

406.8 -0.8

815.9 -4.6

2,469.3 1.3

748.7 3.1

1,104.3 -1.5

92.2 -0.8

4,414.5 0.8

8,695.2 -3.7

225.7 -1.6

71.7 7.5

105.0 -3.0

9.3 -3.1

411.7 -0.5

845.7 -0.8

2,533.7 0.2

746.0 8.2

1,112.4 -1.6

94.5 -2.7

4,486.6 0.9

9,025.6 0.0

223.0 0.0

75.3 3.4

101.4 -7.7

9.2 4.5

408.9 -1.3

824.7 -3.7

2,509.8 1.9

781.3 3.9

1,077.7 -6.5

93.8 5.2

4,462.6 0.1

8,819.7 -2.8

230.2 3.0

74.3 3.5

98.4 -8.7

9.3 -3.1

412.2 -0.1

809.5 -0.3

2,600.3 4.6

770.8 4.2

1,047.1 -7.5

95.4 -2.7

4,513.6 1.3

8,678.0 0.5

221.0 0.0

71.7 -0.7

92.4 -11.6

9.5 5.6

394.6 -3.0

794.4 -2.6

2,497.0 1.1

746.7 -0.3

982.7 -11.0

97.7 6.0

4,324.1 -2.0

8,511.6 -2.1

228.5 1.2

76.4 6.6

94.6 -9.9

9.3 0.0

408.8 -0.7

828.8 -2.0

2,585.0 2.0

795.6 6.6

1,010.0 -9.2

94.9 0.4

4,485.5 0.0

8,882.3 -1.6

227.6 2.1

72.2 -4.1

92.0 -9.3

9.2 0.0

401.0 -1.9

805.4 -2.3

2,576.3 2.6

760.7 -2.6

987.0 -8.4

94.5 0.7

4,418.5 -1.0

8,655.2 -1.9

210.0 -8.8

76.0 2.3

91.2 -7.3

9.4 1.1

386.6 -6.2

793.7 -2.0

2,379.4 -8.5

809.1 5.0

978.6 -6.5

96.7 1.4

4,263.8 -5.5

8,527.9 -1.7

205.8 -6.9

66.4 -7.4

87.2 -5.6

8.7 -8.4

368.1 -6.7

772.5 -2.8

2,325.5 -6.9

712.4 -4.6

934.8 -4.9

89.5 -8.4

4,062.2 -6.1

8,295.6 -2.5

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Table 2-2 – continued

Sows farrowed, pigs born and farrowing intentions — Western provinces

October to December 2008 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year January to March 2009 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year April to June 2009 Sows farrowed Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Pigs born Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year Farrowing intentions July to September 2009 Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year October to December 2009 Thousands of head Percentage change from previous year

32

Manitoba

Saskatchewan

Alberta

British Columbia

Western provinces

Canada

206.7 -9.5

60.6 -20.7

90.0 -4.9

9.3 0.0

366.6 -10.3

786.8 -5.1

2,335.7 -9.6

649.4 -18.4

958.5 -5.1

95.7 0.8

4,039.3 -9.9

8,441.7 -5.0

203.3 -10.7

54.1 -25.1

84.0 -8.7

8.0 -13.0

349.4 -12.9

756.7 -6.0

2,300.0 -10.7

593.2 -22.0

899.8 -8.8

82.4 -12.8

3,875.4 -12.3

8,153.0 -5.8

205.0 -2.4

57.8 -23.9

78.9 -13.5

8.5 -9.6

350.2 -9.4

738.5 -7.0

2,321.5 -2.4

631.3 -22.0

846.0 -13.5

87.5 -9.5

3,886.3 -8.9

7,981.2 -6.4

205.0 -0.4

56.2 -15.4

77.0 -11.7

8.3 -4.6

346.5 -5.9

740.7 -4.1

205.0 -0.8

57.0 -5.9

76.0 -15.6

8.2 -11.8

346.2 -5.6

743.7 -5.5

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Hog Statistics – Second quarter 2009

Table 3-1

Hogs, supply and disposition — Eastern provinces Newfoundland and Labrador

Prince Edward Island

Nova Scotia

New Brunswick

Quebec

Ontario

Eastern provinces

Canada

thousands of head January to March 2002 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2.4 1.3 0.0 0.0 3.7

130.0 55.8 0.0 0.0 185.8

127.0 60.6 0.0 0.0 187.6

131.0 55.6 0.0 0.0 186.6

4,290.8 1,899.9 16.1 0.1 6,206.9

3,532.9 1,983.7 14.3 0.0 5,530.9

8,214.1 4,056.9 30.4 0.1 12,301.5

14,375.0 7,303.8 38.2 1.0 21,718.0

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 2.7 3.7

0.0 0.5 2.9 53.4 56.8 129.0 185.8

0.0 0.0 3.0 57.6 60.6 127.0 187.6

0.0 2.0 3.0 52.6 57.6 129.0 186.6

1.0 5.5 97.6 1,840.9 1,945.0 4,261.9 6,206.9

15.6 483.3 93.6 1,338.7 1,931.2 3,599.7 5,530.9

16.6 491.3 200.1 3,344.2 4,052.2 8,249.3 12,301.5

38.2 1,451.3 359.4 5,424.1 7,273.0 14,445.0 21,718.0

April to June 2002 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2.7 1.0 0.0 0.0 3.7

129.0 57.1 0.0 0.0 186.1

127.0 58.4 0.0 0.0 185.4

129.0 54.0 0.0 0.0 183.0

4,261.9 1,909.0 16.5 0.9 6,188.3

3,599.7 1,965.6 15.3 0.1 5,580.7

8,249.3 4,045.1 31.8 1.0 12,327.2

14,445.0 7,385.8 47.8 1.6 21,880.2

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 2.7 3.7

0.0 1.2 3.0 53.9 58.1 128.0 186.1

0.0 0.0 3.0 57.4 60.4 125.0 185.4

0.0 3.5 2.9 50.6 57.0 126.0 183.0

1.0 4.8 92.1 1,737.3 1,835.2 4,353.1 6,188.3

16.0 523.1 93.2 1,292.5 1,924.8 3,655.9 5,580.7

17.0 532.6 194.2 3,192.7 3,936.5 8,390.7 12,327.2

47.8 1,445.4 353.6 5,318.4 7,165.2 14,715.0 21,880.2

July to September 2002 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2.7 1.1 0.0 0.0 3.8

128.0 60.1 0.0 0.0 188.1

125.0 55.7 0.0 0.0 180.7

126.0 53.1 0.0 0.0 179.1

4,353.1 1,944.3 15.0 0.6 6,313.0

3,655.9 2,004.0 14.0 0.1 5,674.0

8,390.7 4,118.3 29.0 0.7 12,538.7

14,715.0 7,486.8 48.7 1.8 22,252.3

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.1 1.1 1.2 2.6 3.8

0.0 0.9 3.0 54.2 58.1 130.0 188.1

0.0 0.0 2.9 55.8 58.7 122.0 180.7

0.0 0.2 2.9 52.0 55.1 124.0 179.1

1.0 5.0 96.1 1,812.4 1,914.5 4,398.5 6,313.0

15.5 496.9 93.0 1,313.4 1,918.8 3,755.2 5,674.0

16.5 503.0 198.0 3,288.9 4,006.4 8,532.3 12,538.7

48.7 1,319.3 359.4 5,534.9 7,262.3 14,990.0 22,252.3

October to December 2002 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2.6 1.3 0.0 0.0 3.9

130.0 60.9 0.0 0.0 190.9

122.0 54.9 0.0 0.0 176.9

124.0 53.9 0.0 0.0 177.9

4,398.5 1,958.9 18.5 0.1 6,376.0

3,755.2 2,084.8 11.3 0.0 5,851.3

8,532.3 4,214.7 29.8 0.1 12,776.9

14,990.0 7,518.9 44.0 9.4 22,562.3

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.1 1.3 1.4 2.5 3.9

0.0 0.5 3.1 57.3 60.9 130.0 190.9

0.0 0.0 2.9 55.0 57.9 119.0 176.9

0.0 0.0 2.9 53.0 55.9 122.0 177.9

1.5 9.8 105.2 1,979.3 2,095.8 4,280.2 6,376.0

18.5 586.2 102.3 1,407.8 2,114.8 3,736.5 5,851.3

20.0 596.5 216.5 3,553.7 4,386.7 8,390.2 12,776.9

44.0 1,524.2 386.6 5,862.5 7,817.3 14,745.0 22,562.3

See notes at the end of the table.

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Table 3-1 – continued

Hogs, supply and disposition — Eastern provinces Newfoundland and Labrador

Prince Edward Island

Nova Scotia

New Brunswick

Quebec

Ontario

Eastern provinces

Canada

thousands of head January to March 2003 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2.5 1.2 0.0 0.0 3.7

130.0 54.5 0.0 0.0 184.5

119.0 50.5 3.0 0.0 172.5

122.0 54.5 0.0 0.0 176.5

4,280.2 1,995.4 20.6 0.0 6,296.2

3,736.5 2,194.7 14.3 0.4 5,945.9

8,390.2 4,350.8 37.9 0.4 12,779.3

14,745.0 7,620.5 48.7 1.0 22,415.2

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 2.7 3.7

0.0 0.0 3.0 54.5 57.5 127.0 184.5

0.0 0.0 2.7 51.8 54.5 118.0 172.5

7.5 0.0 2.4 45.6 55.5 121.0 176.5

1.0 13.3 101.2 1,900.6 2,016.1 4,280.1 6,296.2

15.6 635.1 104.4 1,401.6 2,156.7 3,789.2 5,945.9

24.1 648.4 213.7 3,455.1 4,341.3 8,438.0 12,779.3

48.7 1,502.9 383.6 5,825.0 7,760.2 14,655.0 22,415.2

April to June 2003 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2.7 0.8 0.0 0.0 3.5

127.0 56.2 0.0 0.0 183.2

118.0 47.7 3.0 0.0 168.7

121.0 59.5 0.0 0.0 180.5

4,280.1 1,883.0 22.0 0.0 6,185.1

3,789.2 2,103.9 15.3 0.0 5,908.4

8,438.0 4,151.1 40.3 0.0 12,629.4

14,655.0 7,631.8 56.3 1.0 22,344.1

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 2.5 3.5

0.0 0.8 2.9 52.5 56.2 127.0 183.2

0.0 0.0 2.8 52.9 55.7 113.0 168.7

8.5 0.3 2.5 46.2 57.5 123.0 180.5

1.0 16.2 92.1 1,725.8 1,835.1 4,350.0 6,185.1

16.0 704.5 105.9 1,367.5 2,193.9 3,714.5 5,908.4

25.5 721.8 206.2 3,245.9 4,199.4 8,430.0 12,629.4

56.3 1,679.0 375.6 5,513.2 7,624.1 14,720.0 22,344.1

July to September 2003 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2.5 1.1 0.0 0.0 3.6

127.0 59.1 0.0 0.0 186.1

113.0 48.7 3.0 0.0 164.7

123.0 58.5 0.0 0.0 181.5

4,350.0 1,949.3 22.0 0.0 6,321.3

3,714.5 2,187.0 14.0 0.1 5,915.6

8,430.0 4,303.7 39.0 0.1 12,772.8

14,720.0 7,874.5 58.7 1.7 22,654.9

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 2.6 3.6

0.0 0.4 2.9 52.8 56.1 130.0 186.1

0.0 0.0 2.7 52.0 54.7 110.0 164.7

10.0 0.1 2.4 44.0 56.5 125.0 181.5

1.0 12.4 99.7 1,873.2 1,986.3 4,335.0 6,321.3

15.5 727.2 103.8 1,304.7 2,151.2 3,764.4 5,915.6

26.5 740.1 211.5 3,327.7 4,305.8 8,467.0 12,772.8

58.7 2,097.9 389.6 5,398.7 7,944.9 14,710.0 22,654.9

October to December 2003 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2.6 0.9 0.0 0.0 3.5

130.0 61.5 0.0 0.0 191.5

110.0 46.5 3.4 0.0 159.9

125.0 57.5 0.0 0.0 182.5

4,335.0 2,016.6 21.0 0.0 6,372.6

3,764.4 2,296.0 10.1 0.1 6,070.6

8,467.0 4,479.0 34.5 0.1 12,980.6

14,710.0 8,294.0 56.1 0.6 23,060.7

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.1 1.1 1.2 2.3 3.5

0.0 0.2 3.1 56.2 59.5 132.0 191.5

0.0 0.0 2.6 49.3 51.9 108.0 159.9

9.5 0.0 2.5 46.5 58.5 124.0 182.5

1.3 5.5 106.5 2,009.3 2,122.6 4,250.0 6,372.6

20.1 855.6 110.0 1,304.2 2,289.9 3,780.7 6,070.6

30.9 861.3 224.8 3,466.6 4,583.6 8,397.0 12,980.6

56.1 2,162.8 409.3 5,707.5 8,335.7 14,725.0 23,060.7

See notes at the end of the table.

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Table 3-1 – continued

Hogs, supply and disposition — Eastern provinces Newfoundland and Labrador

Prince Edward Island

Nova Scotia

New Brunswick

Quebec

Ontario

Eastern provinces

Canada

thousands of head January to March 2004 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2.3 1.6 0.0 0.0 3.9

132.0 59.8 0.0 0.0 191.8

108.0 49.1 3.0 0.0 160.1

124.0 51.1 0.0 0.0 175.1

4,250.0 2,023.9 20.6 0.1 6,294.6

3,780.7 2,330.7 10.8 0.0 6,122.2

8,397.0 4,516.2 34.4 0.1 12,947.7

14,725.0 8,321.1 55.2 1.6 23,102.9

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.1 1.1 1.2 2.7 3.9

0.0 0.0 3.2 58.6 61.8 130.0 191.8

0.0 0.0 2.7 50.4 53.1 107.0 160.1

6.5 0.2 2.2 41.2 50.1 125.0 175.1

1.0 3.3 121.1 1,949.2 2,074.6 4,220.0 6,294.6

15.6 875.1 112.2 1,327.0 2,329.9 3,792.3 6,122.2

23.1 878.6 241.5 3,427.5 4,570.7 8,377.0 12,947.7

55.2 2,209.4 431.0 5,732.3 8,427.9 14,675.0 23,102.9

April to June 2004 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2.7 0.9 0.0 0.0 3.6

130.0 56.6 0.0 0.0 186.6

107.0 43.2 4.0 0.0 154.2

125.0 49.4 0.0 0.0 174.4

4,220.0 2,044.9 28.6 0.0 6,293.5

3,792.3 2,229.9 11.3 0.2 6,033.7

8,377.0 4,424.9 43.9 0.2 12,846.0

14,675.0 8,214.6 63.9 1.0 22,954.5

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 2.6 3.6

0.0 1.2 3.0 54.4 58.6 128.0 186.6

0.0 0.0 2.6 49.6 52.2 102.0 154.2

7.9 0.5 2.2 40.8 51.4 123.0 174.4

1.0 1.4 132.2 1,808.9 1,943.5 4,350.0 6,293.5

16.0 771.1 105.3 1,291.9 2,184.3 3,849.4 6,033.7

24.9 774.2 245.3 3,246.6 4,291.0 8,555.0 12,846.0

63.9 2,033.6 425.9 5,451.1 7,974.5 14,980.0 22,954.5

July to September 2004 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2.6 1.1 0.0 0.0 3.7

128.0 60.1 0.0 0.0 188.1

102.0 45.0 4.0 0.0 151.0

123.0 51.3 0.0 0.0 174.3

4,350.0 2,014.8 32.2 0.0 6,397.0

3,849.4 2,225.0 11.0 0.1 6,085.5

8,555.0 4,397.3 47.2 0.1 12,999.6

14,980.0 8,136.5 71.4 0.5 23,188.4

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.1 1.1 1.2 2.5 3.7

0.0 0.3 3.0 55.8 59.1 129.0 188.1

0.0 0.0 2.6 48.4 51.0 100.0 151.0

12.5 0.3 2.2 40.3 55.3 119.0 174.3

1.0 5.2 140.0 1,909.8 2,056.0 4,341.0 6,397.0

15.5 806.2 110.5 1,359.8 2,292.0 3,793.5 6,085.5

29.0 812.0 258.4 3,415.2 4,514.6 8,485.0 12,999.6

71.4 2,187.4 445.8 5,638.8 8,343.4 14,845.0 23,188.4

October to December 2004 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2.5 0.9 0.0 0.0 3.4

129.0 60.0 0.0 0.0 189.0

100.0 46.1 10.1 0.0 156.2

119.0 50.7 0.0 0.0 169.7

4,341.0 2,054.5 28.4 0.0 6,423.9

3,793.5 2,296.8 8.6 0.0 6,098.9

8,485.0 4,509.0 47.1 0.0 13,041.1

14,845.0 8,570.1 72.0 0.2 23,487.3

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.1 1.2 1.3 2.1 3.4

0.3 0.0 3.2 58.5 62.0 127.0 189.0

0.0 0.0 2.8 52.4 55.2 101.0 156.2

10.1 0.1 2.3 42.2 54.7 115.0 169.7

1.3 10.8 145.9 1,985.9 2,143.9 4,280.0 6,423.9

21.1 688.0 121.9 1,489.0 2,320.0 3,778.9 6,098.9

32.8 698.9 276.2 3,629.2 4,637.1 8,404.0 13,041.1

72.0 2,080.7 474.6 6,050.0 8,677.3 14,810.0 23,487.3

See notes at the end of the table.

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Table 3-1 – continued

Hogs, supply and disposition — Eastern provinces Newfoundland and Labrador

Prince Edward Island

Nova Scotia

New Brunswick

Quebec

Ontario

Eastern provinces

Canada

thousands of head January to March 2005 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2.1 1.4 0.0 0.0 3.5

127.0 57.4 0.0 0.0 184.4

101.0 41.8 6.5 0.0 149.3

115.0 52.8 0.0 0.0 167.8

4,280.0 2,062.2 30.0 0.0 6,372.2

3,778.9 2,166.2 10.8 0.0 5,955.9

8,404.0 4,381.8 47.3 0.0 12,833.1

14,810.0 8,396.8 79.2 0.1 23,286.1

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 2.5 3.5

0.2 0.0 3.0 55.2 58.4 126.0 184.4

0.0 0.0 2.4 44.9 47.3 102.0 149.3

15.0 0.0 2.1 39.7 56.8 111.0 167.8

1.0 16.9 162.7 1,926.6 2,107.2 4,265.0 6,372.2

16.3 484.8 141.5 1,403.8 2,046.4 3,909.5 5,955.9

32.5 501.7 311.7 3,471.2 4,317.1 8,516.0 12,833.1

79.2 1,895.7 508.0 5,843.2 8,326.1 14,960.0 23,286.1

April to June 2005 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2.5 1.3 0.0 0.0 3.8

126.0 54.3 0.0 0.0 180.3

102.0 40.0 8.5 0.0 150.5

111.0 55.0 0.0 0.0 166.0

4,265.0 2,036.6 31.2 0.0 6,332.8

3,909.5 2,078.9 11.3 0.0 5,999.7

8,516.0 4,266.1 51.0 0.0 12,833.1

14,960.0 8,197.4 83.0 0.3 23,240.7

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.1 1.1 1.2 2.6 3.8

0.2 0.0 2.9 52.2 55.3 125.0 180.3

0.0 0.0 2.5 46.0 48.5 102.0 150.5

18.0 0.6 2.1 38.3 59.0 107.0 166.0

1.0 15.7 203.7 1,728.4 1,948.8 4,384.0 6,332.8

16.0 519.4 178.7 1,290.2 2,004.3 3,995.4 5,999.7

35.2 535.7 390.0 3,156.2 4,117.1 8,716.0 12,833.1

83.0 1,952.4 582.1 5,428.2 8,045.7 15,195.0 23,240.7

July to September 2005 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2.6 0.6 0.0 0.0 3.2

125.0 56.6 0.0 0.0 181.6

102.0 41.8 7.0 0.0 150.8

107.0 56.9 0.0 0.0 163.9

4,384.0 1,993.5 33.0 0.0 6,410.5

3,995.4 2,060.0 11.0 0.0 6,066.4

8,716.0 4,209.4 51.0 0.0 12,976.4

15,195.0 8,224.6 85.2 0.3 23,505.1

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 2.2 3.2

0.1 6.9 2.8 46.8 56.6 125.0 181.6

0.0 0.1 2.5 47.7 50.3 100.5 150.8

19.0 0.0 2.0 37.4 58.4 105.5 163.9

1.0 34.0 190.5 1,800.0 2,025.5 4,385.0 6,410.5

15.5 555.8 167.6 1,313.7 2,052.6 4,013.8 6,066.4

35.6 596.8 365.4 3,246.6 4,244.4 8,732.0 12,976.4

85.2 2,169.3 563.2 5,482.4 8,300.1 15,205.0 23,505.1

October to December 2005 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2.2 0.9 0.0 0.0 3.1

125.0 51.9 0.0 0.0 176.9

100.5 42.9 7.9 0.0 151.3

105.5 55.1 0.0 0.0 160.6

4,385.0 1,945.4 28.2 0.0 6,358.6

4,013.8 2,046.4 10.9 0.0 6,071.1

8,732.0 4,142.6 47.0 0.0 12,921.6

15,205.0 8,200.9 83.5 0.1 23,489.5

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.1 1.2 1.3 1.8 3.1

0.2 4.2 2.7 46.8 53.9 123.0 176.9

0.0 0.0 2.5 46.8 49.3 102.0 151.3

17.0 2.0 2.0 35.6 56.6 104.0 160.6

1.4 31.7 174.3 1,814.2 2,021.6 4,337.0 6,358.6

22.2 584.5 151.5 1,361.7 2,119.9 3,951.2 6,071.1

40.8 622.4 333.1 3,306.3 4,302.6 8,619.0 12,921.6

83.5 2,197.6 532.3 5,566.1 8,379.5 15,110.0 23,489.5

See notes at the end of the table.

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Table 3-1 – continued

Hogs, supply and disposition — Eastern provinces Newfoundland and Labrador

Prince Edward Island

Nova Scotia

New Brunswick

Quebec

Ontario

Eastern provinces

Canada

thousands of head January to March 2006 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

1.8 1.5 0.0 0.0 3.3

123.0 53.8 0.0 0.0 176.8

102.0 39.9 7.4 0.0 149.3

104.0 57.0 0.0 0.0 161.0

4,337.0 1,934.0 27.9 0.0 6,298.9

3,951.2 2,095.7 10.1 0.1 6,057.1

8,619.0 4,181.9 45.4 0.1 12,846.4

15,110.0 8,256.7 80.4 0.1 23,447.2

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.1 1.2 1.3 2.0 3.3

0.2 0.1 2.8 50.2 53.3 123.5 176.8

0.0 0.1 2.6 49.6 52.3 97.0 149.3

15.0 5.9 2.1 33.8 56.8 104.2 161.0

1.0 12.2 163.7 1,862.0 2,038.9 4,260.0 6,298.9

17.2 592.1 144.5 1,346.0 2,099.8 3,957.3 6,057.1

33.4 610.4 315.8 3,342.8 4,302.4 8,544.0 12,846.4

80.4 2,136.5 516.8 5,683.5 8,417.2 15,030.0 23,447.2

April to June 2006 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2.0 1.2 0.0 0.0 3.2

123.5 50.5 0.0 0.0 174.0

97.0 36.2 7.7 0.0 140.9

104.2 58.2 0.0 0.0 162.4

4,260.0 1,807.7 18.6 0.0 6,086.3

3,957.3 1,826.2 11.7 0.0 5,795.2

8,544.0 3,780.0 38.0 0.0 12,362.0

15,030.0 7,875.0 69.2 0.1 22,974.3

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.1 1.1 1.2 2.0 3.2

0.2 0.0 2.6 48.2 51.0 123.0 174.0

0.0 0.0 4.8 43.1 47.9 93.0 140.9

14.8 5.7 2.1 32.4 55.0 107.4 162.4

1.0 14.2 154.6 1,666.5 1,836.3 4,250.0 6,086.3

13.6 520.6 136.4 1,195.0 1,865.6 3,929.6 5,795.2

29.6 540.5 300.6 2,986.3 3,857.0 8,505.0 12,362.0

69.2 2,090.0 498.7 5,251.4 7,909.3 15,065.0 22,974.3

July to September 2006 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2.0 1.2 0.0 0.0 3.2

123.0 53.8 0.0 0.0 176.8

93.0 36.7 8.2 0.0 137.9

107.4 58.0 0.0 0.0 165.4

4,250.0 1,804.3 22.0 0.0 6,076.3

3,929.6 1,921.2 10.3 0.2 5,861.3

8,505.0 3,875.2 40.5 0.2 12,420.9

15,065.0 7,930.0 71.7 0.3 23,067.0

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.1 1.1 1.2 2.0 3.2

0.1 0.0 2.8 50.4 53.3 123.5 176.8

0.0 0.1 2.3 42.5 44.9 93.0 137.9

14.8 8.0 2.2 32.9 57.9 107.5 165.4

1.0 11.0 133.0 1,761.3 1,906.3 4,170.0 6,076.3

12.7 543.5 117.7 1,276.4 1,950.3 3,911.0 5,861.3

28.6 562.6 258.1 3,164.6 4,013.9 8,407.0 12,420.9

71.7 2,205.6 460.8 5,428.9 8,167.0 14,900.0 23,067.0

October to December 2006 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2.0 1.2 0.0 0.0 3.2

123.5 53.8 0.0 0.0 177.3

93.0 36.7 8.6 0.0 138.3

107.5 54.6 0.0 0.0 162.1

4,170.0 1,916.2 19.3 0.0 6,105.5

3,911.0 2,042.7 10.5 0.0 5,964.2

8,407.0 4,105.2 38.4 0.0 12,550.6

14,900.0 8,215.8 74.9 0.1 23,190.8

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.1 1.2 1.3 1.9 3.2

0.1 0.0 2.8 50.9 53.8 123.5 177.3

0.0 0.0 2.3 43.0 45.3 93.0 138.3

14.0 4.8 2.2 35.6 56.6 105.5 162.1

1.4 16.4 114.2 1,799.5 1,931.5 4,174.0 6,105.5

17.7 573.7 114.8 1,333.9 2,040.1 3,924.1 5,964.2

33.2 594.9 236.4 3,264.1 4,128.6 8,422.0 12,550.6

74.9 2,344.9 438.8 5,425.2 8,283.8 14,907.0 23,190.8

See notes at the end of the table.

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Table 3-1 – continued

Hogs, supply and disposition — Eastern provinces Newfoundland and Labrador

Prince Edward Island

Nova Scotia

New Brunswick

Quebec

Ontario

Eastern provinces

Canada

thousands of head January to March 2007 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

1.9 1.0 0.0 0.0 2.9

123.5 44.1 0.0 0.0 167.6

93.0 36.0 6.0 0.0 135.0

105.5 58.1 0.0 0.0 163.6

4,174.0 1,892.0 25.7 0.1 6,091.8

3,924.1 1,908.9 10.1 0.2 5,843.3

8,422.0 3,940.1 41.8 0.3 12,404.2

14,907.0 8,036.0 74.9 0.4 23,018.3

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 1.9 2.9

0.2 0.0 2.5 46.9 49.6 118.0 167.6

0.0 1.1 2.3 41.6 45.0 90.0 135.0

12.9 13.0 2.4 31.3 59.6 104.0 163.6

1.0 16.0 100.7 1,819.1 1,936.8 4,155.0 6,091.8

15.2 543.9 101.3 1,332.8 1,993.2 3,850.1 5,843.3

29.3 574.0 209.2 3,272.7 4,085.2 8,319.0 12,404.2

74.9 2,303.8 414.0 5,496.6 8,289.3 14,729.0 23,018.3

April to June 2007 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

1.9 1.0 0.0 0.0 2.9

118.0 42.0 0.0 0.0 160.0

90.0 39.2 3.4 0.0 132.6

104.0 56.0 0.0 0.0 160.0

4,155.0 1,794.3 23.4 0.1 5,972.8

3,850.1 1,820.9 11.4 0.1 5,682.5

8,319.0 3,753.4 38.2 0.2 12,110.8

14,729.0 7,902.5 68.4 0.3 22,700.2

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.1 1.1 1.2 1.7 2.9

0.2 0.0 2.5 46.3 49.0 111.0 160.0

0.0 6.1 2.2 36.8 45.1 87.5 132.6

7.5 18.1 2.7 32.7 61.0 99.0 160.0

1.0 15.6 94.0 1,742.2 1,852.8 4,120.0 5,972.8

16.4 437.0 92.3 1,250.0 1,795.7 3,886.8 5,682.5

25.1 476.8 193.8 3,109.1 3,804.8 8,306.0 12,110.8

68.4 2,375.2 398.0 5,168.6 8,010.2 14,690.0 22,700.2

July to September 2007 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

1.7 1.2 0.0 0.0 2.9

111.0 39.5 0.0 0.0 150.5

87.5 35.7 1.2 0.0 124.4

99.0 57.7 0.0 0.0 156.7

4,120.0 1,836.2 25.0 0.2 5,981.4

3,886.8 1,816.3 11.3 0.3 5,714.7

8,306.0 3,786.6 37.5 0.5 12,130.6

14,690.0 7,766.3 69.6 0.7 22,526.6

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.1 1.1 1.2 1.7 2.9

0.1 0.0 2.2 41.3 43.6 106.9 150.5

0.0 10.7 2.2 32.6 45.5 78.9 124.4

14.8 15.1 2.1 25.4 57.4 99.3 156.7

1.0 13.2 96.9 1,820.3 1,931.4 4,050.0 5,981.4

11.7 496.6 91.4 1,283.8 1,883.5 3,831.2 5,714.7

27.6 535.6 194.9 3,204.5 3,962.6 8,168.0 12,130.6

69.6 2,475.2 398.9 5,222.9 8,166.6 14,360.0 22,526.6

October to December 2007 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

1.7 0.9 0.0 0.0 2.6

106.9 38.4 0.0 0.0 145.3

78.9 33.3 1.0 0.0 113.2

99.3 56.5 0.0 0.0 155.8

4,050.0 1,871.4 47.5 0.0 5,968.9

3,831.2 1,978.2 10.4 0.0 5,819.8

8,168.0 3,978.7 58.9 0.0 12,205.6

14,360.0 8,130.6 94.1 0.2 22,584.9

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.1 1.1 1.2 1.4 2.6

0.1 0.0 2.5 47.4 50.0 95.3 145.3

0.0 14.2 2.2 28.8 45.2 68.0 113.2

14.7 17.6 2.4 29.8 64.5 91.3 155.8

1.4 22.3 99.2 1,856.0 1,978.9 3,990.0 5,968.9

37.1 633.9 103.8 1,393.0 2,167.8 3,652.0 5,819.8

53.3 688.0 210.2 3,356.1 4,307.6 7,898.0 12,205.6

94.1 2,877.4 422.4 5,381.0 8,774.9 13,810.0 22,584.9

See notes at the end of the table.

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Table 3-1 – continued

Hogs, supply and disposition — Eastern provinces Newfoundland and Labrador

Prince Edward Island

Nova Scotia

New Brunswick

Quebec

Ontario

Eastern provinces

Canada

thousands of head January to March 2008 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

1.4 1.1 0.0 0.0 2.5

95.3 28.3 0.0 0.0 123.6

68.0 31.9 0.5 0.0 100.4

91.3 53.1 0.0 0.0 144.4

3,990.0 1,892.7 111.2 0.0 5,993.9

3,652.0 1,850.6 10.1 0.3 5,513.0

7,898.0 3,857.7 121.8 0.3 11,877.8

13,810.0 7,952.1 156.0 0.5 21,918.6

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 1.5 2.5

1.3 0.0 2.3 42.1 45.7 77.9 123.6

0.0 24.0 2.3 21.8 48.1 52.3 100.4

12.0 19.4 2.1 20.7 54.2 90.2 144.4

1.0 23.3 103.0 1,926.6 2,053.9 3,940.0 5,993.9

95.1 586.6 100.6 1,375.6 2,157.9 3,355.1 5,513.0

109.4 653.3 210.3 3,387.8 4,360.8 7,517.0 11,877.8

156.0 2,916.2 424.1 5,422.3 8,918.6 13,000.0 21,918.6

April to June 2008 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

1.5 1.0 0.0 0.0 2.5

77.9 25.9 0.0 0.0 103.8

52.3 39.5 0.5 0.0 92.3

90.2 59.7 0.0 0.0 149.9

3,940.0 1,926.0 147.2 0.1 6,013.3

3,355.1 1,809.5 10.1 0.3 5,175.0

7,517.0 3,861.6 157.8 0.4 11,536.8

13,000.0 7,802.2 201.1 0.6 21,003.9

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 1.5 2.5

4.1 0.2 1.9 34.9 41.1 62.7 103.8

0.0 35.0 2.6 17.0 54.6 37.7 92.3

19.9 22.7 2.2 20.0 64.8 85.1 149.9

1.0 8.5 97.3 1,831.5 1,938.3 4,075.0 6,013.3

120.6 393.9 89.0 1,334.5 1,938.0 3,237.0 5,175.0

145.6 460.3 193.0 3,238.9 4,037.8 7,499.0 11,536.8

201.1 2,151.3 428.2 5,243.3 8,023.9 12,980.0 21,003.9

July to September 2008 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

1.5 1.2 0.0 0.0 2.7

62.7 27.5 0.0 0.0 90.2

37.7 39.1 0.0 0.0 76.8

85.1 60.0 0.0 0.0 145.1

4,075.0 1,822.8 143.6 0.1 6,041.5

3,237.0 1,893.7 11.3 0.2 5,142.2

7,499.0 3,844.3 154.9 0.3 11,498.5

12,980.0 7,577.9 196.0 0.8 20,754.7

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 1.7 2.7

0.1 0.2 1.8 31.8 33.9 56.3 90.2

0.0 37.5 2.2 7.4 47.1 29.7 76.8

19.8 19.7 2.2 22.4 64.1 81.0 145.1

1.0 8.4 100.7 1,896.4 2,006.5 4,035.0 6,041.5

127.8 405.0 88.6 1,314.5 1,935.9 3,206.3 5,142.2

148.7 470.8 195.5 3,273.5 4,088.5 7,410.0 11,498.5

196.0 2,203.8 401.3 5,208.6 8,009.7 12,745.0 20,754.7

October to December 2008 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

1.7 1.1 0.0 0.0 2.8

56.3 23.2 0.0 0.0 79.5

29.7 32.1 0.0 0.0 61.8

81.0 62.7 0.0 0.0 143.7

4,035.0 1,930.9 149.7 0.1 6,115.7

3,206.3 1,958.5 10.4 0.0 5,175.2

7,410.0 4,008.5 160.1 0.1 11,578.7

12,745.0 7,736.1 210.3 0.7 20,692.1

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.1 1.1 1.2 1.6 2.8

0.1 0.7 1.4 26.0 28.2 51.3 79.5

0.0 25.9 1.6 6.0 33.5 28.3 61.8

20.0 22.2 2.2 20.0 64.4 79.3 143.7

1.4 11.5 103.2 2,099.6 2,215.7 3,900.0 6,115.7

136.3 410.5 94.8 1,429.1 2,070.7 3,104.5 5,175.2

157.8 470.8 203.3 3,581.8 4,413.7 7,165.0 11,578.7

210.3 2,085.9 399.3 5,816.6 8,512.1 12,180.0 20,692.1

See notes at the end of the table.

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Table 3-1 – continued

Hogs, supply and disposition — Eastern provinces Newfoundland and Labrador

Prince Edward Island

Nova Scotia

New Brunswick

Quebec

Ontario

Eastern provinces

Canada

thousands of head January to March 2009 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

1.6 1.1 0.0 0.0 2.7

51.3 19.9 0.0 0.0 71.2

28.3 30.6 0.0 0.0 58.9

79.3 67.3 0.0 0.0 146.6

3,900.0 2,018.0 170.4 0.1 6,088.5

3,104.5 1,765.0 10.1 0.4 4,880.0

7,165.0 3,901.9 180.5 0.5 11,247.9

12,180.0 7,468.7 234.7 0.9 19,884.3

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.1 1.1 1.2 1.5 2.7

0.0 0.0 1.2 22.2 23.4 47.8 71.2

18.0 8.0 0.7 6.9 33.6 25.3 58.9

14.4 28.2 2.8 26.1 71.5 75.1 146.6

1.0 10.9 103.8 2,102.8 2,218.5 3,870.0 6,088.5

130.1 331.2 87.1 1,356.3 1,904.7 2,975.3 4,880.0

163.5 378.3 195.7 3,515.4 4,252.9 6,995.0 11,247.9

234.7 1,761.4 373.6 5,629.6 7,999.3 11,885.0 19,884.3

April to June 2009 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

1.5 1.3 0.0 0.0 2.8

47.8 21.1 0.0 0.0 68.9

25.3 21.7 0.0 0.0 47.0

75.1 61.2 0.0 0.0 136.3

3,870.0 1,820.8 135.6 0.1 5,826.5

2,975.3 1,773.4 10.1 0.3 4,759.1

6,995.0 3,699.5 145.7 0.4 10,840.6

11,885.0 7,303.2 208.7 0.6 19,397.5

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 1.8 2.8

0.0 0.1 1.0 19.0 20.1 48.8 68.9

22.5 0.0 0.4 7.7 30.6 16.4 47.0

17.2 19.9 1.9 16.1 55.1 81.2 136.3

1.0 10.5 98.2 1,846.8 1,956.5 3,870.0 5,826.5

84.7 250.0 77.3 1,246.3 1,658.3 3,100.8 4,759.1

125.4 280.5 178.8 3,136.9 3,721.6 7,119.0 10,840.6

208.7 1,554.7 350.8 5,178.3 7,292.5 12,105.0 19,397.5

1. Number of pigs born during the quarter that were either on hand at the end of the quarter or had been sold. 2. Export numbers from International Trade Division of Statistics Canada have been adjusted using secondary information to more accurately reflect province of origin. Canadian export totals remain unchanged. 3. Other disposition principally represents slaughter on a province of origin basis and may include hogs destined for export; varies by province.

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Table 3-2

Hogs, supply and disposition — Western provinces Manitoba

Saskatchewan

Alberta

British Columbia

Western provinces

Canada

thousands of head January to March 2002 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,688.1 1,654.4 6.1 0.1 4,348.7

1,180.1 579.3 0.0 0.7 1,760.1

2,125.1 934.1 1.7 0.1 3,061.0

167.6 79.1 0.0 0.0 246.7

6,160.9 3,246.9 7.8 0.9 9,416.5

14,375.0 7,303.8 38.2 1.0 21,718.0

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

14.0 752.9 81.4 808.6 1,656.9 2,691.8 4,348.7

0.9 37.1 26.1 468.3 532.4 1,227.7 1,760.1

5.0 161.6 47.9 738.3 952.8 2,108.2 3,061.0

1.7 8.4 3.9 64.7 78.7 168.0 246.7

21.6 960.0 159.3 2,079.9 3,220.8 6,195.7 9,416.5

38.2 1,451.3 359.4 5,424.1 7,273.0 14,445.0 21,718.0

April to June 2002 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,691.8 1,758.4 11.2 0.1 4,461.5

1,227.7 533.0 0.0 0.0 1,760.7

2,108.2 967.9 4.8 0.5 3,081.4

168.0 81.4 0.0 0.0 249.4

6,195.7 3,340.7 16.0 0.6 9,553.0

14,445.0 7,385.8 47.8 1.6 21,880.2

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

15.0 743.4 82.4 835.7 1,676.5 2,785.0 4,461.5

6.0 30.5 25.7 468.1 530.3 1,230.4 1,760.7

5.0 129.0 47.4 759.1 940.5 2,140.9 3,081.4

4.8 9.9 3.9 62.8 81.4 168.0 249.4

30.8 912.8 159.4 2,125.7 3,228.7 6,324.3 9,553.0

47.8 1,445.4 353.6 5,318.4 7,165.2 14,715.0 21,880.2

July to September 2002 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,785.0 1,761.7 15.2 0.1 4,562.0

1,230.4 575.9 0.0 0.5 1,806.8

2,140.9 949.7 4.5 0.5 3,095.6

168.0 81.2 0.0 0.0 249.2

6,324.3 3,368.5 19.7 1.1 9,713.6

14,715.0 7,486.8 48.7 1.8 22,252.3

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

12.7 638.1 83.8 952.8 1,687.4 2,874.6 4,562.0

10.0 33.5 27.1 491.2 561.8 1,245.0 1,806.8

5.0 137.1 46.5 735.1 923.7 2,171.9 3,095.6

4.5 7.6 4.0 66.9 83.0 166.2 249.2

32.2 816.3 161.4 2,246.0 3,255.9 6,457.7 9,713.6

48.7 1,319.3 359.4 5,534.9 7,262.3 14,990.0 22,252.3

October to December 2002 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,874.6 1,748.1 10.2 0.3 4,633.2

1,245.0 559.0 0.0 8.7 1,812.7

2,171.9 914.4 4.0 0.3 3,090.6

166.2 82.7 0.0 0.0 248.9

6,457.7 3,304.2 14.2 9.3 9,785.4

14,990.0 7,518.9 44.0 9.4 22,562.3

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

10.0 743.7 89.5 965.0 1,808.2 2,825.0 4,633.2

5.0 42.6 28.3 506.8 582.7 1,230.0 1,812.7

5.0 130.8 48.0 767.0 950.8 2,139.8 3,090.6

4.0 10.6 4.3 70.0 88.9 160.0 248.9

24.0 927.7 170.1 2,308.8 3,430.6 6,354.8 9,785.4

44.0 1,524.2 386.6 5,862.5 7,817.3 14,745.0 22,562.3

See notes at the end of the table.

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Table 3-2 – continued

Hogs, supply and disposition — Western provinces Manitoba

Saskatchewan

Alberta

British Columbia

Western provinces

Canada

thousands of head January to March 2003 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,825.0 1,722.7 6.1 0.3 4,554.1

1,230.0 562.2 0.0 0.0 1,792.2

2,139.8 897.3 4.7 0.3 3,042.1

160.0 87.5 0.0 0.0 247.5

6,354.8 3,269.7 10.8 0.6 9,635.9

14,745.0 7,620.5 48.7 1.0 22,415.2

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

14.0 710.2 89.3 990.6 1,804.1 2,750.0 4,554.1

0.9 37.1 28.5 514.7 581.2 1,211.0 1,792.2

5.0 95.3 47.7 794.1 942.1 2,100.0 3,042.1

4.7 11.9 4.4 70.5 91.5 156.0 247.5

24.6 854.5 169.9 2,369.9 3,418.9 6,217.0 9,635.9

48.7 1,502.9 383.6 5,825.0 7,760.2 14,655.0 22,415.2

April to June 2003 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,750.0 1,930.0 11.2 0.6 4,691.8

1,211.0 615.7 0.0 0.0 1,826.7

2,100.0 842.7 4.8 0.4 2,947.9

156.0 92.3 0.0 0.0 248.3

6,217.0 3,480.7 16.0 1.0 9,714.7

14,655.0 7,631.8 56.3 1.0 22,344.1

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

15.0 803.8 90.7 932.3 1,841.8 2,850.0 4,691.8

6.0 40.7 28.0 502.0 576.7 1,250.0 1,826.7

5.0 97.4 46.5 769.0 917.9 2,030.0 2,947.9

4.8 15.3 4.2 64.0 88.3 160.0 248.3

30.8 957.2 169.4 2,267.3 3,424.7 6,290.0 9,714.7

56.3 1,679.0 375.6 5,513.2 7,624.1 14,720.0 22,344.1

July to September 2003 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,850.0 1,997.1 15.2 1.0 4,863.3

1,250.0 595.4 0.0 0.0 1,845.4

2,030.0 891.8 4.5 0.6 2,926.9

160.0 86.5 0.0 0.0 246.5

6,290.0 3,570.8 19.7 1.6 9,882.1

14,720.0 7,874.5 58.7 1.7 22,654.9

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

12.7 1,165.2 99.2 766.2 2,043.3 2,820.0 4,863.3

10.0 68.2 28.9 493.3 600.4 1,245.0 1,845.4

5.0 109.8 45.8 746.3 906.9 2,020.0 2,926.9

4.5 14.6 4.2 65.2 88.5 158.0 246.5

32.2 1,357.8 178.1 2,071.0 3,639.1 6,243.0 9,882.1

58.7 2,097.9 389.6 5,398.7 7,944.9 14,710.0 22,654.9

October to December 2003 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,820.0 2,097.0 17.1 0.3 4,934.4

1,245.0 648.5 0.0 0.2 1,893.7

2,020.0 976.2 4.5 0.0 3,000.7

158.0 93.3 0.0 0.0 251.3

6,243.0 3,815.0 21.6 0.5 10,080.1

14,710.0 8,294.0 56.1 0.6 23,060.7

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

4.0 1,105.6 102.0 870.8 2,082.4 2,852.0 4,934.4

12.0 56.4 30.2 530.1 628.7 1,265.0 1,893.7

5.0 122.8 48.0 774.9 950.7 2,050.0 3,000.7

4.2 16.7 4.3 65.1 90.3 161.0 251.3

25.2 1,301.5 184.5 2,240.9 3,752.1 6,328.0 10,080.1

56.1 2,162.8 409.3 5,707.5 8,335.7 14,725.0 23,060.7

See notes at the end of the table.

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Table 3-2 – continued

Hogs, supply and disposition — Western provinces Manitoba

Saskatchewan

Alberta

British Columbia

Western provinces

Canada

thousands of head January to March 2004 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,852.0 2,122.6 16.1 0.2 4,990.9

1,265.0 671.5 0.0 0.6 1,937.1

2,050.0 930.0 4.7 0.7 2,985.4

161.0 80.8 0.0 0.0 241.8

6,328.0 3,804.9 20.8 1.5 10,155.2

14,725.0 8,321.1 55.2 1.6 23,102.9

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

12.4 1,132.1 105.0 901.4 2,150.9 2,840.0 4,990.9

10.0 62.0 32.0 558.1 662.1 1,275.0 1,937.1

5.0 122.4 48.3 779.7 955.4 2,030.0 2,985.4

4.7 14.3 4.2 65.6 88.8 153.0 241.8

32.1 1,330.8 189.5 2,304.8 3,857.2 6,298.0 10,155.2

55.2 2,209.4 431.0 5,732.3 8,427.9 14,675.0 23,102.9

April to June 2004 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,840.0 2,047.1 11.2 0.5 4,898.8

1,275.0 685.2 0.0 0.3 1,960.5

2,030.0 966.9 8.8 0.0 3,005.7

153.0 90.5 0.0 0.0 243.5

6,298.0 3,789.7 20.0 0.8 10,108.5

14,675.0 8,214.6 63.9 1.0 22,954.5

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

19.0 1,078.0 97.6 814.2 2,008.8 2,890.0 4,898.8

6.0 53.3 29.7 521.5 610.5 1,350.0 1,960.5

5.0 116.4 49.3 805.0 975.7 2,030.0 3,005.7

9.0 11.7 4.0 63.8 88.5 155.0 243.5

39.0 1,259.4 180.6 2,204.5 3,683.5 6,425.0 10,108.5

63.9 2,033.6 425.9 5,451.1 7,974.5 14,980.0 22,954.5

July to September 2004 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,890.0 2,120.0 14.7 0.0 5,024.7

1,350.0 585.7 0.0 0.4 1,936.1

2,030.0 946.3 9.5 0.0 2,985.8

155.0 87.2 0.0 0.0 242.2

6,425.0 3,739.2 24.2 0.4 10,188.8

14,980.0 8,136.5 71.4 0.5 23,188.4

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

17.7 1,176.9 105.3 865.8 2,165.7 2,859.0 5,024.7

10.0 44.5 29.0 517.6 601.1 1,335.0 1,936.1

5.0 145.5 49.2 776.1 975.8 2,010.0 2,985.8

9.7 8.5 3.9 64.1 86.2 156.0 242.2

42.4 1,375.4 187.4 2,223.6 3,828.8 6,360.0 10,188.8

71.4 2,187.4 445.8 5,638.8 8,343.4 14,845.0 23,188.4

October to December 2004 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,859.0 2,254.8 17.1 0.1 5,131.0

1,335.0 673.3 0.0 0.1 2,008.4

2,010.0 1,049.5 7.8 0.0 3,067.3

156.0 83.5 0.0 0.0 239.5

6,360.0 4,061.1 24.9 0.2 10,446.2

14,845.0 8,570.1 72.0 0.2 23,487.3

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

13.3 1,158.3 110.6 978.8 2,261.0 2,870.0 5,131.0

12.0 64.3 32.1 558.0 666.4 1,342.0 2,008.4

5.0 153.3 51.5 812.5 1,022.3 2,045.0 3,067.3

8.9 5.9 4.2 71.5 90.5 149.0 239.5

39.2 1,381.8 198.4 2,420.8 4,040.2 6,406.0 10,446.2

72.0 2,080.7 474.6 6,050.0 8,677.3 14,810.0 23,487.3

See notes at the end of the table.

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Table 3-2 – continued

Hogs, supply and disposition — Western provinces Manitoba

Saskatchewan

Alberta

British Columbia

Western provinces

Canada

thousands of head January to March 2005 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,870.0 2,287.0 12.1 0.0 5,169.1

1,342.0 666.4 0.0 0.0 2,008.4

2,045.0 972.6 19.8 0.1 3,037.5

149.0 89.0 0.0 0.0 238.0

6,406.0 4,015.0 31.9 0.1 10,453.0

14,810.0 8,396.8 79.2 0.1 23,286.1

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

14.5 1,183.8 110.3 950.5 2,259.1 2,910.0 5,169.1

10.0 63.9 31.4 545.1 650.4 1,358.0 2,008.4

5.0 140.9 51.1 815.5 1,012.5 2,025.0 3,037.5

17.2 5.4 3.5 60.9 87.0 151.0 238.0

46.7 1,394.0 196.3 2,372.0 4,009.0 6,444.0 10,453.0

79.2 1,895.7 508.0 5,843.2 8,326.1 14,960.0 23,286.1

April to June 2005 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,910.0 2,198.1 11.2 0.2 5,119.5

1,358.0 669.4 0.0 0.0 2,027.4

2,025.0 979.2 20.8 0.1 3,025.1

151.0 84.6 0.0 0.0 235.6

6,444.0 3,931.3 32.0 0.3 10,407.6

14,960.0 8,197.4 83.0 0.3 23,240.7

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

19.0 1,194.3 105.9 860.3 2,179.5 2,940.0 5,119.5

6.0 52.9 30.8 542.7 632.4 1,395.0 2,027.4

5.0 159.9 51.7 808.5 1,025.1 2,000.0 3,025.1

17.8 9.6 3.7 60.5 91.6 144.0 235.6

47.8 1,416.7 192.1 2,272.0 3,928.6 6,479.0 10,407.6

83.0 1,952.4 582.1 5,428.2 8,045.7 15,195.0 23,240.7

July to September 2005 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,940.0 2,255.2 14.7 0.0 5,209.9

1,395.0 660.2 0.0 0.0 2,055.2

2,000.0 1,016.7 19.5 0.3 3,036.5

144.0 83.1 0.0 0.0 227.1

6,479.0 4,015.2 34.2 0.3 10,528.7

15,195.0 8,224.6 85.2 0.3 23,505.1

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

17.7 1,315.9 111.6 854.7 2,299.9 2,910.0 5,209.9

10.9 80.4 31.3 528.6 651.2 1,404.0 2,055.2

5.0 169.1 51.2 791.2 1,016.5 2,020.0 3,036.5

16.0 7.1 3.7 61.3 88.1 139.0 227.1

49.6 1,572.5 197.8 2,235.8 4,055.7 6,473.0 10,528.7

85.2 2,169.3 563.2 5,482.4 8,300.1 15,205.0 23,505.1

October to December 2005 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,910.0 2,325.5 17.1 0.1 5,252.7

1,404.0 620.6 0.0 0.0 2,024.6

2,020.0 1,024.8 19.4 0.0 3,064.2

139.0 87.4 0.0 0.0 226.4

6,473.0 4,058.3 36.5 0.1 10,567.9

15,205.0 8,200.9 83.5 0.1 23,489.5

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

13.3 1,320.4 112.4 866.6 2,312.7 2,940.0 5,252.7

9.0 87.1 31.4 522.1 649.6 1,375.0 2,024.6

5.0 157.9 51.8 813.5 1,028.2 2,036.0 3,064.2

15.4 9.8 3.6 57.6 86.4 140.0 226.4

42.7 1,575.2 199.2 2,259.8 4,076.9 6,491.0 10,567.9

83.5 2,197.6 532.3 5,566.1 8,379.5 15,110.0 23,489.5

See notes at the end of the table.

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Table 3-2 – continued

Hogs, supply and disposition — Western provinces Manitoba

Saskatchewan

Alberta

British Columbia

Western provinces

Canada

thousands of head January to March 2006 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,940.0 2,269.6 15.1 0.0 5,224.7

1,375.0 684.2 0.0 0.0 2,059.2

2,036.0 1,041.8 19.9 0.0 3,097.7

140.0 79.2 0.0 0.0 219.2

6,491.0 4,074.8 35.0 0.0 10,600.8

15,110.0 8,256.7 80.4 0.1 23,447.2

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

12.6 1,295.8 112.1 884.2 2,304.7 2,920.0 5,224.7

11.0 87.2 32.7 548.3 679.2 1,380.0 2,059.2

5.0 137.2 52.9 852.6 1,047.7 2,050.0 3,097.7

18.4 5.9 3.3 55.6 83.2 136.0 219.2

47.0 1,526.1 201.0 2,340.7 4,114.8 6,486.0 10,600.8

80.4 2,136.5 516.8 5,683.5 8,417.2 15,030.0 23,447.2

April to June 2006 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,920.0 2,311.4 14.2 0.0 5,245.6

1,380.0 673.3 0.0 0.0 2,053.3

2,050.0 1,022.9 17.0 0.1 3,090.0

136.0 87.4 0.0 0.0 223.4

6,486.0 4,095.0 31.2 0.1 10,612.3

15,030.0 7,875.0 69.2 0.1 22,974.3

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

14.6 1,313.5 109.9 827.6 2,265.6 2,980.0 5,245.6

7.0 86.0 32.1 539.2 664.3 1,389.0 2,053.3

5.0 139.1 52.3 837.6 1,034.0 2,056.0 3,090.0

13.0 10.9 3.8 60.7 88.4 135.0 223.4

39.6 1,549.5 198.1 2,265.1 4,052.3 6,560.0 10,612.3

69.2 2,090.0 498.7 5,251.4 7,909.3 15,065.0 22,974.3

July to September 2006 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,980.0 2,295.7 15.5 0.0 5,291.2

1,389.0 681.0 0.0 0.0 2,070.0

2,056.0 995.9 15.7 0.1 3,067.7

135.0 82.2 0.0 0.0 217.2

6,560.0 4,054.8 31.2 0.1 10,646.1

15,065.0 7,930.0 71.7 0.3 23,067.0

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

11.2 1,366.4 113.7 849.9 2,341.2 2,950.0 5,291.2

10.2 121.8 33.5 530.5 696.0 1,374.0 2,070.0

5.0 147.7 52.1 827.9 1,032.7 2,035.0 3,067.7

16.7 7.1 3.4 56.0 83.2 134.0 217.2

43.1 1,643.0 202.7 2,264.3 4,153.1 6,493.0 10,646.1

71.7 2,205.6 460.8 5,428.9 8,167.0 14,900.0 23,067.0

October to December 2006 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,950.0 2,347.6 17.1 0.1 5,314.8

1,374.0 672.7 0.0 0.0 2,046.7

2,035.0 1,005.6 19.4 0.0 3,060.0

134.0 84.7 0.0 0.0 218.7

6,493.0 4,110.6 36.5 0.1 10,640.2

14,900.0 8,215.8 74.9 0.1 23,190.8

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

12.3 1,426.1 114.0 802.4 2,354.8 2,960.0 5,314.8

9.0 159.6 33.5 495.6 697.7 1,349.0 2,046.7

5.0 155.5 51.2 803.3 1,015.0 2,045.0 3,060.0

15.4 8.8 3.7 59.8 87.7 131.0 218.7

41.7 1,750.0 202.4 2,161.1 4,155.2 6,485.0 10,640.2

74.9 2,344.9 438.8 5,425.2 8,283.8 14,907.0 23,190.8

See notes at the end of the table.

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Table 3-2 – continued

Hogs, supply and disposition — Western provinces Manitoba

Saskatchewan

Alberta

British Columbia

Western provinces

Canada

thousands of head January to March 2007 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,960.0 2,327.4 14.6 0.1 5,302.1

1,349.0 709.1 0.0 0.0 2,058.1

2,045.0 973.7 18.5 0.0 3,037.2

131.0 85.7 0.0 0.0 216.7

6,485.0 4,095.9 33.1 0.1 10,614.1

14,907.0 8,036.0 74.9 0.4 23,018.3

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

12.6 1,410.9 115.5 843.1 2,382.1 2,920.0 5,302.1

10.7 170.3 34.4 502.7 718.1 1,340.0 2,058.1

5.0 142.7 51.4 818.1 1,017.2 2,020.0 3,037.2

17.3 5.9 3.5 60.0 86.7 130.0 216.7

45.6 1,729.8 204.8 2,223.9 4,204.1 6,410.0 10,614.1

74.9 2,303.8 414.0 5,496.6 8,289.3 14,729.0 23,018.3

April to June 2007 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,920.0 2,419.0 13.2 0.1 5,352.3

1,340.0 701.7 0.0 0.0 2,041.7

2,020.0 943.1 17.0 0.0 2,980.1

130.0 85.3 0.0 0.0 215.3

6,410.0 4,149.1 30.2 0.1 10,589.4

14,729.0 7,902.5 68.4 0.3 22,700.2

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

15.6 1,526.5 115.0 730.2 2,387.3 2,965.0 5,352.3

10.3 214.9 34.5 462.0 721.7 1,320.0 2,041.7

5.0 149.2 51.0 804.9 1,010.1 1,970.0 2,980.1

12.4 7.8 3.7 62.4 86.3 129.0 215.3

43.3 1,898.4 204.2 2,059.5 4,205.4 6,384.0 10,589.4

68.4 2,375.2 398.0 5,168.6 8,010.2 14,690.0 22,700.2

July to September 2007 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,965.0 2,327.2 15.5 0.2 5,307.9

1,320.0 676.9 0.0 0.0 1,996.9

1,970.0 888.8 16.6 0.0 2,875.4

129.0 86.8 0.0 0.0 215.8

6,384.0 3,979.7 32.1 0.2 10,396.0

14,690.0 7,766.3 69.6 0.7 22,526.6

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

11.2 1,546.3 115.7 724.7 2,397.9 2,910.0 5,307.9

9.1 242.3 34.9 445.6 731.9 1,265.0 1,996.9

5.0 147.2 49.7 783.5 985.4 1,890.0 2,875.4

16.7 3.8 3.7 64.6 88.8 127.0 215.8

42.0 1,939.6 204.0 2,018.4 4,204.0 6,192.0 10,396.0

69.6 2,475.2 398.9 5,222.9 8,166.6 14,360.0 22,526.6

October to December 2007 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,910.0 2,418.8 19.0 0.1 5,347.9

1,265.0 735.2 0.0 0.0 2,000.2

1,890.0 913.8 16.2 0.1 2,820.1

127.0 84.1 0.0 0.0 211.1

6,192.0 4,151.9 35.2 0.2 10,379.3

14,360.0 8,130.6 94.1 0.2 22,584.9

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

10.6 1,662.6 122.3 742.4 2,537.9 2,810.0 5,347.9

9.4 357.2 39.0 414.6 820.2 1,180.0 2,000.2

5.0 163.8 47.2 804.1 1,020.1 1,800.0 2,820.1

15.8 5.8 3.7 63.8 89.1 122.0 211.1

40.8 2,189.4 212.2 2,024.9 4,467.3 5,912.0 10,379.3

94.1 2,877.4 422.4 5,381.0 8,774.9 13,810.0 22,584.9

See notes at the end of the table.

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Table 3-2 – continued

Hogs, supply and disposition — Western provinces Manitoba

Saskatchewan

Alberta

British Columbia

Western provinces

Canada

thousands of head January to March 2008 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,810.0 2,421.1 18.6 0.1 5,249.8

1,180.0 699.1 0.0 0.0 1,879.1

1,800.0 890.8 15.6 0.1 2,706.5

122.0 83.4 0.0 0.0 205.4

5,912.0 4,094.4 34.2 0.2 10,040.8

13,810.0 7,952.1 156.0 0.5 21,918.6

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

12.6 1,749.4 124.4 703.4 2,589.8 2,660.0 5,249.8

11.7 347.0 41.7 476.7 877.1 1,002.0 1,879.1

5.0 163.4 44.3 793.8 1,006.5 1,700.0 2,706.5

17.3 3.1 3.4 60.6 84.4 121.0 205.4

46.6 2,262.9 213.8 2,034.5 4,557.8 5,483.0 10,040.8

156.0 2,916.2 424.1 5,422.3 8,918.6 13,000.0 21,918.6

April to June 2008 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,660.0 2,236.7 18.6 0.2 4,915.5

1,002.0 738.3 5.0 0.0 1,745.3

1,700.0 880.0 19.7 0.0 2,599.7

121.0 85.6 0.0 0.0 206.6

5,483.0 3,940.6 43.3 0.2 9,467.1

13,000.0 7,802.2 201.1 0.6 21,003.9

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

17.6 1,259.1 152.2 766.6 2,195.5 2,720.0 4,915.5

18.9 285.4 36.4 433.6 774.3 971.0 1,745.3

5.0 140.2 42.9 741.6 929.7 1,670.0 2,599.7

14.0 6.3 3.7 62.6 86.6 120.0 206.6

55.5 1,691.0 235.2 2,004.4 3,986.1 5,481.0 9,467.1

201.1 2,151.3 428.2 5,243.3 8,023.9 12,980.0 21,003.9

July to September 2008 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,720.0 2,161.4 15.5 0.4 4,897.3

971.0 648.9 9.0 0.0 1,628.9

1,670.0 843.5 16.6 0.1 2,530.2

120.0 79.8 0.0 0.0 199.8

5,481.0 3,733.6 41.1 0.5 9,256.2

12,980.0 7,577.9 196.0 0.8 20,754.7

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

20.2 1,319.4 125.7 762.0 2,227.3 2,670.0 4,897.3

9.1 270.1 34.8 414.9 728.9 900.0 1,628.9

5.0 140.0 41.7 693.5 880.2 1,650.0 2,530.2

13.0 3.5 3.6 64.7 84.8 115.0 199.8

47.3 1,733.0 205.8 1,935.1 3,921.2 5,335.0 9,256.2

196.0 2,203.8 401.3 5,208.6 8,009.7 12,745.0 20,754.7

October to December 2008 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,670.0 2,177.6 19.0 0.3 4,866.9

900.0 587.1 15.0 0.1 1,502.2

1,650.0 877.6 16.2 0.1 2,543.9

115.0 85.3 0.0 0.1 200.4

5,335.0 3,727.6 50.2 0.6 9,113.4

12,745.0 7,736.1 210.3 0.7 20,692.1

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

25.6 1,173.1 117.3 1,051.9 2,367.9 2,499.0 4,866.9

9.4 269.8 32.9 380.1 692.2 810.0 1,502.2

5.0 167.9 42.2 738.8 953.9 1,590.0 2,543.9

12.5 4.3 3.6 64.0 84.4 116.0 200.4

52.5 1,615.1 196.0 2,234.8 4,098.4 5,015.0 9,113.4

210.3 2,085.9 399.3 5,816.6 8,512.1 12,180.0 20,692.1

See notes at the end of the table.

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Table 3-2 – continued

Hogs, supply and disposition — Western provinces Manitoba

Saskatchewan

Alberta

British Columbia

Western provinces

Canada

thousands of head January to March 2009 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,499.0 2,153.7 18.6 0.1 4,671.4

810.0 527.1 25.0 0.3 1,362.4

1,590.0 812.1 10.6 0.0 2,412.7

116.0 73.9 0.0 0.0 189.9

5,015.0 3,566.8 54.2 0.4 8,636.4

12,180.0 7,468.7 234.7 0.9 19,884.3

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

37.6 1,059.6 106.5 990.7 2,194.4 2,477.0 4,671.4

11.7 179.7 28.6 382.4 602.4 760.0 1,362.4

5.0 142.0 39.7 686.0 872.7 1,540.0 2,412.7

16.9 1.8 3.1 55.1 76.9 113.0 189.9

71.2 1,383.1 177.9 2,114.2 3,746.4 4,890.0 8,636.4

234.7 1,761.4 373.6 5,629.6 7,999.3 11,885.0 19,884.3

April to June 2009 Beginning inventory Pig crop 1 Interprovincial imports International imports Total supply

2,477.0 2,198.6 23.6 0.2 4,699.4

760.0 567.2 29.4 0.0 1,356.6

1,540.0 761.5 10.0 0.0 2,311.5

113.0 76.4 0.0 0.0 189.4

4,890.0 3,603.7 63.0 0.2 8,556.9

11,885.0 7,303.2 208.7 0.6 19,397.5

Interprovincial exports International exports 2 Deaths and condemnations Other disposition 3 Output Ending inventory Total disposition

42.0 975.0 105.4 1,047.0 2,169.4 2,530.0 4,699.4

23.9 164.0 25.3 333.4 546.6 810.0 1,356.6

5.0 130.0 38.2 608.3 781.5 1,530.0 2,311.5

12.4 5.2 3.1 52.7 73.4 116.0 189.4

83.3 1,274.2 172.0 2,041.4 3,570.9 4,986.0 8,556.9

208.7 1,554.7 350.8 5,178.3 7,292.5 12,105.0 19,397.5

1. Number of pigs born during the quarter that were either on hand at the end of the quarter or had been sold. 2. Export numbers from International Trade Division of Statistics Canada have been adjusted using secondary information to more accurately reflect province of origin. Canadian export totals remain unchanged. 3. Other disposition principally represents slaughter on a province of origin basis and may include hogs destined for export; varies by province.

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Table 4-1

Hogs, number of farms reporting — Eastern provinces Newfoundland and Labrador

Prince Edward Island

Nova Scotia

New Brunswick

Quebec

Ontario

Eastern provinces

Canada

number 2002 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

25 25 25 25

190 185 185 185

195 195 190 190

190 190 185 185

2,740 2,740 2,720 2,700

4,850 4,800 4,750 4,740

8,190 8,135 8,055 8,025

15,420 15,285 15,045 14,855

2003 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

25 25 25 25

180 180 180 175

185 180 175 175

180 170 170 170

2,680 2,680 2,650 2,640

4,700 4,600 4,500 4,400

7,950 7,835 7,700 7,585

14,550 14,205 13,880 13,615

2004 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

25 25 25 25

175 170 165 165

175 175 170 170

160 160 160 150

2,640 2,620 2,620 2,590

4,300 4,290 4,290 4,250

7,475 7,440 7,430 7,350

13,375 13,175 13,025 12,795

2005 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

25 25 25 25

160 160 155 155

170 170 165 165

150 140 140 130

2,570 2,550 2,530 2,510

4,220 4,190 4,170 4,150

7,295 7,235 7,185 7,135

12,615 12,470 12,270 12,095

2006 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

25 25 25 25

150 150 145 145

165 165 160 160

130 125 125 120

2,490 2,470 2,450 2,430

4,120 4,090 4,050 4,010

7,080 7,025 6,955 6,890

11,860 11,665 11,465 11,290

2007 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

25 25 25 25

145 140 135 135

155 155 155 150

120 115 115 110

2,400 2,370 2,340 2,300

3,970 3,930 3,890 3,720

6,815 6,735 6,660 6,440

11,115 10,935 10,770 10,350

2008 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

20 20 20 20

130 125 125 125

150 150 150 150

110 105 105 105

2,250 2,170 2,170 2,140

3,500 3,220 3,050 2,950

6,160 5,790 5,620 5,490

9,860 9,230 8,950 8,650

2009 January 1st April 1st July 1st

20 20 20

125 115 115

150 145 145

105 100 100

2,060 2,050 2,020

2,900 2,810 2,720

5,360 5,240 5,120

8,360 8,200 8,040

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Table 4-2

Hogs, number of farms reporting — Western provinces Manitoba

Saskatchewan

Alberta

British Columbia

Western provinces

Canada

number 2002 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

1,670 1,650 1,620 1,600

1,750 1,740 1,700 1,660

2,710 2,670 2,600 2,550

1,100 1,090 1,070 1,020

7,230 7,150 6,990 6,830

15,420 15,285 15,045 14,855

2003 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

1,570 1,530 1,500 1,470

1,600 1,550 1,490 1,450

2,450 2,350 2,250 2,200

980 940 940 910

6,600 6,370 6,180 6,030

14,550 14,205 13,880 13,615

2004 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

1,440 1,400 1,380 1,350

1,410 1,360 1,300 1,260

2,140 2,085 2,025 1,965

910 890 890 870

5,900 5,735 5,595 5,445

13,375 13,175 13,025 12,795

2005 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

1,330 1,310 1,290 1,260

1,210 1,180 1,130 1,080

1,910 1,875 1,825 1,780

870 870 840 840

5,320 5,235 5,085 4,960

12,615 12,470 12,270 12,095

2006 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

1,230 1,200 1,180 1,150

1,020 970 930 900

1,710 1,650 1,600 1,550

820 820 800 800

4,780 4,640 4,510 4,400

11,860 11,665 11,465 11,290

2007 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

1,140 1,110 1,100 1,050

870 840 830 750

1,500 1,460 1,400 1,340

790 790 780 770

4,300 4,200 4,110 3,910

11,115 10,935 10,770 10,350

2008 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

1,000 930 910 880

700 600 570 500

1,260 1,170 1,120 1,080

740 740 730 700

3,700 3,440 3,330 3,160

9,860 9,230 8,950 8,650

2009 January 1st April 1st July 1st

830 830 830

450 440 440

1,020 990 950

700 700 700

3,000 2,960 2,920

8,360 8,200 8,040

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Table 5-1

Hogs, average number of hogs per farm reporting — Eastern provinces Newfoundland and Labrador

Prince Edward Island

Nova Scotia

New Brunswick

Quebec

Ontario

Eastern provinces

Canada

number 2002 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

83 93 93 90

684 697 692 703

651 651 658 642

689 679 681 670

1,566 1,555 1,600 1,629

728 750 770 792

1,003 1,014 1,042 1,063

932 945 978 1,009

2003 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

89 96 89 93

722 706 706 743

643 656 646 629

678 712 724 735

1,597 1,597 1,642 1,642

795 824 825 856

1,055 1,077 1,095 1,116

1,013 1,032 1,061 1,080

2004 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

85 100 96 93

754 765 776 782

617 611 600 588

775 781 769 793

1,610 1,611 1,660 1,676

879 884 897 893

1,123 1,126 1,151 1,154

1,101 1,114 1,150 1,160

2005 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

84 100 104 88

794 788 806 806

594 600 618 609

767 793 764 812

1,665 1,673 1,733 1,747

895 933 958 967

1,152 1,177 1,213 1,224

1,174 1,200 1,238 1,257

2006 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

72 80 80 80

820 823 848 852

618 588 581 581

800 834 859 896

1,742 1,725 1,735 1,716

959 968 970 975

1,217 1,216 1,223 1,220

1,274 1,288 1,314 1,320

2007 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

76 76 68 68

852 843 822 792

600 581 565 526

879 904 861 903

1,739 1,753 1,761 1,761

988 980 999 1,030

1,236 1,235 1,247 1,268

1,341 1,347 1,364 1,387

2008 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

70 75 75 85

733 623 502 450

453 349 251 198

830 859 810 771

1,773 1,816 1,878 1,886

1,043 1,042 1,061 1,087

1,282 1,298 1,334 1,350

1,401 1,408 1,450 1,473

2009 January 1st April 1st July 1st

80 75 90

410 416 424

189 174 113

755 751 812

1,893 1,888 1,916

1,071 1,059 1,140

1,337 1,335 1,390

1,457 1,449 1,506

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Table 5-2

Hogs, average number of hogs per farm reporting — Western provinces Manitoba

Saskatchewan

Alberta

British Columbia

Western provinces

Canada

number 2002 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

1,610 1,631 1,719 1,797

674 706 724 750

784 790 823 852

152 154 157 163

852 867 905 945

932 945 978 1,009

2003 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

1,799 1,797 1,900 1,918

769 781 839 859

873 894 902 918

163 166 170 174

963 976 1,018 1,035

1,013 1,032 1,061 1,080

2004 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

1,981 2,029 2,094 2,118

897 938 1,038 1,060

958 974 1,002 1,023

177 172 174 179

1,073 1,098 1,148 1,168

1,101 1,114 1,150 1,160

2005 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

2,158 2,221 2,279 2,310

1,109 1,151 1,235 1,300

1,071 1,080 1,096 1,135

171 174 171 165

1,204 1,231 1,274 1,305

1,174 1,200 1,238 1,257

2006 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

2,390 2,433 2,525 2,565

1,348 1,423 1,494 1,527

1,191 1,242 1,285 1,313

171 166 169 168

1,358 1,398 1,455 1,476

1,274 1,288 1,314 1,320

2007 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

2,596 2,631 2,695 2,771

1,551 1,595 1,590 1,687

1,363 1,384 1,407 1,410

166 165 165 165

1,508 1,526 1,553 1,584

1,341 1,347 1,364 1,387

2008 January 1st April 1st July 1st October 1st

2,810 2,860 2,989 3,034

1,686 1,670 1,704 1,800

1,429 1,453 1,491 1,528

165 164 164 164

1,598 1,594 1,646 1,688

1,401 1,408 1,450 1,473

2009 January 1st April 1st July 1st

3,011 2,984 3,048

1,800 1,727 1,841

1,559 1,556 1,611

166 161 166

1,672 1,652 1,708

1,457 1,449 1,506

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Table 6

Hog production - Canada Farm production Total slaughter

Exported alive

Meat Production

Imported alive

Farm production

Total slaughter

thousands of head

Average cold trimmed weight kg

1

Total cold trimmed weight 1

Edible offal

tonnes

1982 1983 1984 1985 1986

13,458.1 13,702.5 13,886.0 14,452.0 14,398.7

305.3 459.3 1,346.5 1,152.4 502.2

0.4 0.2 .. .. ..

13,763.0 14,161.6 15,232.5 15,604.4 14,900.9

13,458.1 13,702.5 13,886.0 14,452.0 14,398.7

74.8 75.2 75.2 75.3 76.0

1,005,920 1,029,610 1,043,770 1,088,420 1,093,920

30,523 31,077 31,493 32,777 32,656

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991

14,734.6 15,438.5 15,438.8 14,682.9 14,323.1

427.6 868.3 1,006.9 891.7 1,065.9

.. 3.1 0.7 0.6 1.2

15,162.2 16,303.7 16,445.0 15,574.0 15,387.8

14,734.6 15,438.5 15,438.8 14,682.9 14,323.1

76.1 76.5 76.2 76.5 76.5

1,121,800 1,181,620 1,177,150 1,123,850 1,096,230

33,418 35,014 35,015 33,300 32,484

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

15,468.3 15,202.5 15,475.7 15,771.2 15,177.9

671.9 838.9 915.4 1,747.5 2,780.5

1.2 1.4 4.5 3.1 2.2

16,139.0 16,040.0 16,386.6 17,515.6 17,956.2

15,468.3 15,202.5 15,475.7 15,771.2 15,177.9

78.1 78.6 79.4 80.9 80.9

1,207,700 1,194,320 1,229,380 1,275,760 1,227,760

35,082 34,479 56,157 67,960 75,730

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

15,384.6 16,942.5 18,921.1 19,684.4 20,701.8

3,180.5 4,122.7 4,137.3 4,359.5 5,344.5

3.3 9.4 8.1 7.9 4.4

18,561.8 21,055.8 23,050.3 24,036.0 26,041.9

15,384.6 16,942.5 18,921.1 19,684.4 20,701.8

81.7 82.2 82.6 83.3 83.6

1,256,700 1,393,610 1,563,870 1,639,980 1,731,130

80,251 85,865 95,892 107,144 131,462

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

22,139.9 22,444.4 22,872.2 22,319.9 21,789.0

5,740.2 7,442.6 8,511.1 8,215.0 8,777.0

13.8 4.3 3.3 0.8 0.6

27,866.3 29,882.7 31,380.0 30,534.1 30,565.4

22,139.9 22,444.4 22,872.2 22,319.9 21,789.0

83.9 83.8 84.6 86.0 87.2

1,857,180 1,880,740 1,934,740 1,918,460 1,899,660

140,595 137,438 140,058 136,676 133,425

2007 2008

21,265.3 21,693.4

10,031.6 9,357.2

1.6 2.6

31,295.3 31,048.0

21,265.3 21,693.4

89.3 89.5

1,898,000 1,940,980

130,218 152,520

1. Not including fats and edible offal.

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Table 7-1

Prices, weighted average — Ontario Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Annual

dollars per hundred weight 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986

65.70 83.71 67.65 72.64 70.61

69.67 85.92 65.75 73.79 71.17

73.38 78.07 67.05 69.25 67.09

78.88 72.19 70.91 59.82 64.23

88.51 71.91 72.86 61.64 70.58

93.19 69.33 75.50 67.99 82.10

93.61 67.06 81.85 71.34 93.35

95.69 70.27 81.53 67.63 99.97

96.41 68.29 76.15 65.34 96.43

89.79 61.72 69.62 68.84 87.82

80.15 59.36 72.18 71.29 90.54

82.29 64.47 73.20 72.39 84.87

83.32 70.75 72.65 68.51 81.37

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991

73.21 63.09 56.25 57.61 68.04

74.21 65.18 58.97 63.05 72.12

70.26 63.78 54.88 67.13 69.40

74.43 62.91 54.43 69.85 68.49

85.41 68.27 59.87 80.29 72.12

93.30 72.94 65.77 87.54 76.66

93.03 64.91 69.85 84.37 71.21

93.62 61.96 70.76 81.19 70.31

87.77 62.51 64.41 74.84 61.69

78.52 57.92 67.59 74.84 59.42

66.41 56.38 67.13 72.12 53.52

68.04 57.06 64.86 67.59 52.62

79.61 63.05 62.60 73.03 65.77

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

49.44 62.14 68.49 62.14 69.85

54.88 64.86 76.20 67.13 73.48

55.79 65.77 72.57 62.60 79.83

55.79 66.68 71.67 58.97 80.29

59.87 68.49 71.67 60.33 90.26

65.32 72.12 73.03 69.40 91.63

63.50 70.31 71.20 76.66 92.53

60.78 73.94 72.12 77.11 97.07

61.69 75.75 60.78 78.93 89.81

62.14 73.03 53.07 72.12 88.90

63.50 68.95 51.26 65.77 83.46

64.41 65.77 53.52 71.21 87.54

59.87 68.95 65.77 68.49 85.73

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

84.82 57.61 39.46 60.78 62.60

85.28 58.97 48.08 68.04 68.49

80.29 57.61 47.63 71.21 82.10

89.36 59.87 49.90 79.83 84.37

95.71 73.48 62.60 83.91 88.45

95.26 75.29 58.97 81.19 92.99

97.07 66.68 55.34 83.01 92.53

92.53 63.05 62.59 77.56 91.17

82.55 50.80 56.70 72.12 79.40

77.11 50.80 56.70 71.67 72.57

73.94 30.84 56.25 64.86 66.68

68.49 22.68 60.78 67.59 61.69

84.82 54.88 54.43 73.48 78.47

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

68.04 55.79 52.16 71.56 54.33

75.75 63.05 64.86 72.46 53.38

70.76 61.69 71.67 70.53 56.34

60.78 61.23 71.21 69.69 52.44

60.78 65.22 85.73 77.02 59.94

63.96 73.48 88.90 69.35 65.99

71.67 70.31 84.82 66.90 66.19

67.59 64.86 80.29 68.85 65.13

49.44 60.33 74.39 66.41 64.37

55.79 56.24 70.76 64.02 59.72

52.62 49.44 63.96 59.42 57.96

56.70 50.80 66.68 57.71 57.39

62.60 60.78 72.57 67.66 59.47

2007 2008 2009

57.44 40.12 56.10

62.48 45.78 58.75

60.57 44.90 59.55

60.44 47.74 58.49

66.10 62.80 56.20

68.27 62.97 52.72

61.39 63.16 ..

62.51 73.18 ..

54.91 66.58 ..

46.70 63.47 ..

40.30 55.74 ..

42.52 54.87 ..

56.51 56.35 ..

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Table 7-2

Prices, weighted average — Manitoba Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Annual

dollars per hundred weight 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986

62.53 79.54 65.81 69.79 67.91

67.67 83.14 65.52 71.64 69.55

70.83 75.20 64.75 67.94 65.14

75.82 68.37 68.48 59.31 63.28

84.88 69.03 70.22 60.52 69.31

90.34 66.67 72.41 64.97 77.93

91.08 64.62 77.87 68.44 92.31

92.47 67.80 77.84 63.13 98.75

93.49 68.31 73.20 64.26 98.67

86.83 61.60 67.17 68.02 90.68

76.10 57.17 70.24 66.87 92.72

77.68 62.37 71.67 70.01 86.41

80.61 68.49 70.10 66.25 81.10

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991

76.20 61.36 54.43 57.61 63.96

77.52 64.54 55.34 63.50 68.49

71.63 61.09 51.71 64.41 66.22

72.80 60.27 50.35 67.59 65.77

83.73 65.26 54.89 78.47 70.31

90.58 68.71 61.24 83.46 71.67

92.21 62.68 63.96 81.19 67.58

90.81 60.27 65.32 77.56 66.68

83.87 57.87 60.78 71.21 58.51

75.48 54.85 63.50 74.39 57.15

63.48 53.38 62.14 67.59 49.89

63.91 53.58 61.24 65.32 48.99

78.18 60.19 58.97 71.22 62.60

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

46.27 60.33 67.13 61.23 64.86

53.07 61.69 74.84 64.41 71.21

52.62 65.32 70.76 61.26 75.30

53.52 66.68 68.95 56.70 77.56

58.06 69.40 68.95 57.15 88.00

62.14 72.57 68.95 67.13 88.45

60.78 69.40 68.04 75.30 90.72

58.06 74.39 68.49 77.11 97.98

58.51 76.20 57.15 76.20 86.64

60.33 72.57 49.90 70.76 87.09

59.42 64.86 45.81 60.33 80.29

62.60 62.14 51.26 66.68 85.28

57.15 68.04 63.05 66.22 82.10

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

81.65 57.15 45.81 62.60 63.96

81.19 57.61 51.71 73.48 67.13

76.66 55.79 47.63 73.94 79.83

83.91 56.70 0.00 85.73 83.01

90.72 70.31 0.00 87.54 88.45

90.26 70.76 58.51 83.91 90.26

93.89 60.33 55.34 83.91 90.26

88.45 57.15 64.41 76.20 88.90

80.73 50.35 59.87 71.67 82.10

74.39 47.63 59.87 73.03 74.39

72.57 30.84 58.97 63.96 67.13

68.95 25.85 63.05 68.04 62.60

81.19 53.07 56.70 75.30 78.02

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

69.40 60.33 56.25 72.89 54.83

73.94 63.96 65.77 71.96 55.62

69.85 63.05 71.21 69.84 57.38

62.60 62.14 72.12 70.94 54.64

62.60 69.40 84.82 78.23 63.24

65.32 73.48 87.09 70.45 69.03

70.76 72.12 85.28 68.99 66.78

68.49 70.31 83.91 69.98 68.00

52.16 65.77 77.11 66.88 64.58

59.42 62.60 76.66 63.98 61.58

55.79 57.15 71.67 59.21 59.40

58.06 57.15 74.84 58.29 59.04

63.96 64.86 75.75 68.47 61.18

2007 2008 2009

58.55 41.70 59.28

64.83 48.02 60.43

61.52 45.56 61.34

62.67 51.40 60.93

68.64 65.36 59.34

65.63 62.51 57.76

62.75 63.42 ..

63.92 73.47 ..

56.10 63.68 ..

48.35 61.56 ..

41.00 55.07 ..

44.27 54.98 ..

58.18 57.23 ..

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Table 8-1

Hogs and pigs inventory number by class and quarter — United States and Canada 1 2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

thousands of head

2009 as percentage of 2008 percent

March inventory 2 All hogs and pigs Kept for breeding Market Sows farrowed Pig crop

74,204 7,594 66,610 3,709 33,430

74,671 7,580 67,091 3,708 33,745

75,370 7,641 67,729 3,696 33,917

76,625 7,720 68,904 3,730 34,431

80,218 7,675 72,544 3,876 36,339

77,254 7,376 69,878 3,735 35,699

96 96 96 96 98

75,687 7,574 68,113 3,731 33,854

75,939 7,612 68,327 3,734 34,188

76,766 7,667 69,100 3,741 34,474

78,637 7,734 70,902 3,840 35,773

80,380 7,577 72,803 3,846 36,432

78,184 7,347 70,837 3,710 35,850

97 97 97 96 98

76,370 7,600 68,770 3,757 34,302

77,063 7,612 69,451 3,773 34,671

77,828 7,681 70,147 3,728 34,449

81,635 7,752 73,883 3,927 36,861

80,941 7,478 73,463 3,848 36,818

.. .. .. .. ..

.. .. .. .. ..

75,792 7,614 68,178 3,784 34,444

76,573 7,636 68,937 3,753 34,391

77,423 7,695 69,727 3,795 35,071

81,987 7,745 74,242 4,009 37,644

79,328 7,456 71,872 3,815 36,506

.. .. .. .. ..

.. .. .. .. ..

June inventory 3 All hogs and pigs Kept for breeding Market Sows farrowed Pig crop September inventory 4 All hogs and pigs Kept for breeding Market Sows farrowed Pig crop December inventory 5 All hogs and pigs Kept for breeding Market Sows farrowed Pig crop 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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Table 8-2

Hogs and pigs inventory number by class and quarter — United States 1,2 2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

thousands of head

2009 as percentage of 2008 percent

March 1 inventory All hogs and pigs Kept for breeding Market Sows farrowed Pig crop

59,529 5,971 53,558 2,836 25,109

59,711 5,952 53,759 2,834 25,348

60,340 6,045 54,295 2,840 25,660

61,896 6,149 55,746 2,905 26,395

67,218 6,200 61,018 3,071 28,387

65,369 5,991 59,378 2,978 28,230

97 97 97 97 99

60,707 5,947 54,760 2,870 25,639

60,744 5,988 54,756 2,881 25,991

61,701 6,080 55,621 2,929 26,599

63,947 6,169 57,777 3,030 27,870

67,400 6,131 61,269 3,052 28,630

66,079 5,967 60,112 2,971 28,547

98 97 98 97 100

61,525 5,972 55,553 2,905 26,165

61,858 5,993 55,865 2,917 26,446

62,928 6,099 56,829 2,912 26,519

67,275 6,208 61,066 3,133 29,095

68,196 6,061 62,135 3,075 29,240

.. .. .. .. ..

.. .. .. .. ..

60,982 5,980 55,002 2,887 25,874

61,463 6,031 55,432 2,900 26,190

62,516 6,116 56,399 2,949 26,855

68,177 6,233 61,944 3,180 29,513

67,148 6,061 61,087 3,028 28,770

.. .. .. .. ..

.. .. .. .. ..

June 1 inventory All hogs and pigs Kept for breeding Market Sows farrowed Pig crop September 1 inventory All hogs and pigs Kept for breeding Market Sows farrowed Pig crop December 1 inventory All hogs and pigs Kept for breeding Market Sows farrowed Pig crop

1. Figures may not add up to totals because of rounding. 2. Data includes boars.

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Table 8-3

Hogs and pigs inventory number by class and quarter — Canada 1,2 2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

thousands of head

2009 as percentage of 2008 percent

January 1 inventory All hogs and pigs Kept for breeding Market Sows farrowed (October to December) Pig crop (October to December)

14,725 1,615 13,110 872 8,294

14,810 1,634 13,176 897 8,570

15,110 1,605 13,505 853 8,201

14,907 1,579 13,328 846 8,216

13,810 1,512 12,298 829 8,131

12,180 1,395 10,785 787 7,736

88 92 88 95 95

14,675 1,623 13,052 873 8,321

14,960 1,628 13,332 874 8,397

15,030 1,596 13,434 856 8,257

14,729 1,571 13,158 825 8,036

13,000 1,475 11,526 805 7,952

11,885 1,385 10,500 757 7,469

91 94 91 94 94

14,980 1,627 13,353 861 8,215

15,195 1,624 13,571 853 8,197

15,065 1,587 13,479 812 7,875

14,690 1,565 13,125 810 7,903

12,980 1,446 11,534 794 7,802

12,105 1,380 10,725 739 7,303

93 95 93 93 94

14,845 1,628 13,217 852 8,137

15,205 1,619 13,586 856 8,225

14,900 1,582 13,318 816 7,930

14,360 1,544 12,817 794 7,766

12,745 1,417 11,328 773 7,578

.. .. .. .. ..

.. .. .. .. ..

April 1 inventory All hogs and pigs Kept for breeding Market Sows farrowed (January to March) Pig crop (January to March) July 1 inventory All hogs and pigs Kept for breeding Market Sows farrowed (April to June) Pig crop (April to June) October 1 inventory All hogs and pigs Kept for breeding Market Sows farrowed (July to September) Pig crop (July to September)

1. Figures may not add up to totals because of rounding. 2. Data includes boars.

Table 9-1

Supply and disposition of red meat, Canada — Beef Beginning stocks

Production

Imports

Total supply

Exports

Ending stocks

Net supply

Available per person Retail

thousands of tonnes

Carcass

Boneless

Adjusted for loss 1

weight per year in kilogram

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

23.31 30.09 24.02 21.55 22.07

861.86 887.91 976.11 1,047.34 1,140.49

280.71 252.20 234.82 250.06 236.72

1,165.88 1,170.20 1,234.95 1,318.95 1,399.28

216.59 215.48 282.08 356.16 410.80

30.09 24.02 21.55 22.07 25.37

919.20 930.70 931.32 940.72 963.10

23.14 23.19 22.96 22.96 23.31

31.70 31.76 31.45 31.46 31.94

20.95 21.12 21.04 21.04 21.37

13.25 13.36 13.31 13.31 13.51

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

25.37 32.33 25.64 31.87 31.14

1,222.42 1,222.63 1,221.01 1,259.44 1,162.15

257.99 266.46 307.81 311.32 273.83

1,505.78 1,521.42 1,554.45 1,602.63 1,467.12

482.39 513.30 568.77 612.63 396.42

32.33 25.64 31.87 31.14 45.49

991.06 982.47 953.82 958.85 1,025.21

23.80 23.40 22.42 22.32 23.65

32.60 32.02 30.75 30.58 32.40

21.81 21.42 20.57 20.46 21.68

13.79 13.55 13.01 12.94 13.71

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

45.49 40.13 38.80 47.61 43.13

1,456.68 1,429.90 1,291.73 1,239.03 1,251.11

112.43 126.35 147.37 202.53 192.20

1,614.60 1,596.38 1,477.90 1,489.17 1,486.44

590.02 580.49 456.86 437.81 477.61

40.13 38.80 47.61 43.13 31.60

984.45 977.10 973.43 1,008.24 977.23

22.50 22.12 21.81 22.35 21.42

30.82 30.30 29.88 30.62 29.34

20.62 20.27 19.99 20.48 19.63

13.04 12.82 12.64 12.95 12.41

1. Available data adjusted on boneless basis for retail, household, cooking and plate loss.

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Table 9-2

Supply and disposition of red meat, Canada — Veal Beginning stocks

Production

Imports

Total supply

Exports

Ending stocks

Net supply

Available per person Retail

thousands of tonnes

Carcass

Boneless

Adjusted for loss 1

weight per year in kilogram

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

0.65 1.28 0.63 0.68 0.63

37.60 40.30 40.39 42.14 41.43

5.25 3.58 2.52 3.07 2.69

43.50 45.16 43.54 45.89 44.75

3.82 4.11 4.25 4.21 4.48

1.28 0.63 0.68 0.63 0.68

38.40 40.42 38.61 41.05 39.60

1.10 1.14 1.08 1.14 1.09

1.32 1.38 1.30 1.37 1.31

0.91 0.94 0.89 0.94 0.90

0.55 0.57 0.54 0.57 0.54

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

0.68 0.59 0.63 1.04 1.37

41.11 40.81 40.60 38.09 41.46

3.16 3.55 2.44 4.17 2.72

44.95 44.95 43.67 43.30 45.55

5.14 3.81 3.89 2.42 3.54

0.59 0.63 1.04 1.37 3.13

39.23 40.51 38.74 39.51 38.88

1.07 1.10 1.04 1.05 1.02

1.29 1.32 1.25 1.26 1.23

0.88 0.90 0.86 0.86 0.84

0.53 0.55 0.52 0.52 0.51

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

3.13 1.69 1.71 1.94 1.88

43.46 40.08 36.97 38.53 36.96

1.08 2.41 4.33 3.08 2.54

47.67 44.18 43.02 43.55 41.38

9.04 8.59 7.14 6.26 5.70

1.69 1.71 1.94 1.88 2.76

36.94 33.87 33.93 35.40 32.93

0.96 0.87 0.86 0.89 0.82

1.16 1.05 1.04 1.08 0.99

0.79 0.72 0.71 0.74 0.68

0.48 0.43 0.43 0.45 0.41

1. Available data adjusted on boneless basis for retail, household, cooking and plate loss.

Table 9-3

Supply and disposition of red meat, Canada — Beef and veal total Beginning stocks

Production

Imports

Total supply

Exports

Ending stocks

Net supply

Available per person Retail

thousands of tonnes

Carcass

Boneless

Adjusted for loss 1

weight per year in kilogram

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

23.96 31.37 24.65 22.23 22.70

899.46 928.21 1,016.50 1,089.48 1,181.92

285.96 255.78 237.34 253.13 239.41

1,209.38 1,215.36 1,278.49 1,364.84 1,444.03

220.41 219.59 286.33 360.37 415.28

31.37 24.65 22.23 22.70 26.05

957.60 971.12 969.93 981.77 1,002.70

24.24 24.33 24.04 24.10 24.40

33.02 33.14 32.76 32.83 33.25

21.86 22.07 21.94 21.98 22.27

13.80 13.93 13.85 13.88 14.06

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

26.05 32.92 26.26 32.91 32.51

1,263.53 1,263.44 1,261.61 1,297.53 1,203.61

261.14 270.01 310.25 315.49 276.54

1,550.73 1,566.36 1,598.12 1,645.92 1,512.66

487.53 517.11 572.65 615.05 399.96

32.92 26.26 32.91 32.51 48.62

1,030.29 1,022.99 992.56 998.36 1,064.08

24.87 24.50 23.45 23.37 24.67

33.89 33.34 32.00 31.84 33.63

22.69 22.32 21.43 21.32 22.52

14.33 14.09 13.53 13.46 14.22

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

48.62 41.82 40.51 49.55 45.01

1,500.14 1,469.98 1,328.70 1,277.56 1,288.07

113.51 128.76 151.70 205.61 194.74

1,662.27 1,640.56 1,520.91 1,532.72 1,527.82

599.06 589.08 464.00 444.07 483.31

41.82 40.51 49.55 45.01 34.36

1,021.39 1,010.96 1,007.36 1,043.64 1,010.15

23.46 22.99 22.68 23.25 22.24

31.98 31.35 30.92 31.70 30.32

21.41 20.99 20.70 21.22 20.30

13.52 13.25 13.07 13.40 12.82

1. Available data adjusted on boneless basis for retail, household, cooking and plate loss.

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Table 9-4

Supply and disposition of red meat, Canada — Mutton and lamb Beginning stocks

Production

Imports

Total supply

Exports

Ending stocks

Net supply

Available per person Retail

thousands of tonnes

Carcass

Boneless

Adjusted for loss 1

weight per year in kilogram

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

1.76 2.80 2.17 1.64 1.88

10.49 10.23 10.62 10.18 10.61

14.48 12.97 11.26 12.42 14.15

26.73 26.00 24.05 24.24 26.64

0.10 0.08 0.08 0.23 0.24

2.80 2.17 1.64 1.88 1.39

23.83 23.75 22.33 22.13 25.01

0.73 0.72 0.67 0.66 0.74

0.82 0.81 0.75 0.74 0.83

0.54 0.53 0.50 0.49 0.55

0.32 0.32 0.30 0.29 0.32

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

1.39 1.52 1.58 1.58 1.19

11.42 12.54 14.25 14.75 15.76

15.04 16.76 18.14 17.51 18.45

27.84 30.82 33.97 33.84 35.40

0.27 0.29 0.30 0.28 0.09

1.52 1.58 1.58 1.19 1.11

26.06 28.94 32.09 32.38 34.21

0.76 0.84 0.92 0.92 0.96

0.86 0.94 1.03 1.03 1.08

0.56 0.62 0.68 0.68 0.71

0.34 0.37 0.41 0.40 0.42

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

1.11 1.40 1.96 2.03 2.17

17.47 17.55 17.04 16.78 15.82

18.45 19.30 22.78 23.88 22.75

37.03 38.24 41.78 42.69 40.74

0.31 0.26 0.23 0.42 0.34

1.40 1.96 2.03 2.17 1.93

35.32 36.02 39.53 40.11 38.47

0.98 0.99 1.08 1.08 1.03

1.11 1.12 1.21 1.22 1.15

0.73 0.73 0.80 0.80 0.76

0.43 0.44 0.46 0.48 0.45

1. Available data adjusted on boneless basis for retail, household, cooking and plate loss.

Table 9-5

Supply and disposition of red meat, Canada — Offal Beginning stocks

Production

Imports

Total supply

Exports

Ending stocks

Net supply

Available per person Retail

thousands of tonnes

Carcass

Boneless

Adjusted for loss 1

weight per year in kilogram

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

3.10 4.30 3.73 4.82 4.72

84.14 97.85 110.06 116.57 123.75

21.62 17.25 16.59 19.59 21.53

108.86 119.40 130.38 140.98 150.00

60.63 75.99 86.16 101.42 103.64

4.30 3.73 4.82 4.72 5.36

43.93 39.68 39.40 34.84 41.01

1.51 1.35 1.33 1.16 1.36

1.51 1.35 1.33 1.16 1.36

1.51 1.35 1.33 1.16 1.36

0.86 0.77 0.75 0.66 0.77

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

5.36 8.36 7.15 8.98 11.13

135.83 147.60 171.56 181.47 164.85

25.00 21.76 30.34 34.31 46.18

166.18 177.72 209.05 224.75 222.16

106.23 138.61 173.58 180.88 167.87

8.36 7.15 8.98 11.13 10.33

51.59 31.96 26.50 32.74 43.96

1.70 1.04 0.85 1.04 1.39

1.70 1.04 0.85 1.04 1.39

1.70 1.04 0.85 1.04 1.39

0.96 0.59 0.48 0.59 0.79

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

10.33 11.49 12.77 7.46 9.54

174.43 182.39 167.22 169.94 194.14

35.68 30.02 37.07 33.67 27.48

220.44 223.89 217.05 211.07 231.17

160.98 177.26 170.72 177.57 205.02

11.49 12.77 7.46 9.54 8.35

47.98 33.87 38.87 23.96 17.80

1.50 1.05 1.19 0.73 0.53

1.50 1.05 1.19 0.73 0.53

1.50 1.05 1.19 0.73 0.53

0.85 0.60 0.68 0.41 0.30

1. Available data adjusted on boneless basis for retail, household, cooking and plate loss.

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Table 9-6

Supply and disposition of red meat, Canada — Pork Beginning Production stocks

Imports

Total supply

Exports Manufacturing

Waste

Ending stocks

Net supply

thousands of tonnes

Available per person Retail

Carcass

Boneless

Adjusted for loss 1

weight per year in kilogram

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

10.83 15.47 15.20 13.17 19.68

1,229.38 1,275.76 1,227.76 1,256.70 1,393.61

27.25 27.19 38.58 59.63 63.47

1,267.46 1,318.42 1,281.54 1,329.50 1,476.76

301.42 357.04 372.22 420.19 433.79

28.28 29.34 28.24 28.90 32.05

98.35 102.06 98.22 100.54 111.49

15.47 15.20 13.17 19.68 33.93

823.94 814.78 769.69 760.19 865.50

21.59 21.13 19.76 19.32 21.81

28.41 27.81 25.99 25.42 28.70

20.71 20.27 18.95 18.53 20.92

11.75 11.50 10.75 10.51 11.87

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

33.93 32.78 32.85 44.82 54.26

1,563.87 1,639.98 1,731.13 1,857.18 1,880.74

64.61 65.65 89.38 91.59 89.63

1,662.41 1,738.41 1,853.36 1,993.59 2,024.63

553.71 656.18 732.57 876.15 988.59

35.97 37.72 39.82 42.72 43.26

125.11 131.20 138.49 148.57 150.46

32.78 32.85 44.82 54.26 48.20

914.84 880.46 897.66 871.89 794.13

22.87 21.81 22.05 21.13 19.08

30.09 28.69 28.94 27.81 25.10

21.94 20.92 21.10 20.27 18.30

12.45 11.87 11.97 11.50 10.38

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

48.20 49.72 59.34 48.05 56.46

1,934.74 1,918.46 1,899.66 1,898.00 1,940.98

100.48 134.30 141.80 168.48 192.84

2,083.41 2,102.48 2,100.80 2,114.53 2,190.28

983.43 1,102.95 1,093.83 1,044.64 1,147.67

44.50 44.13 43.69 43.65 44.64

154.78 153.48 151.97 151.84 155.28

49.72 59.34 48.05 56.46 59.64

850.97 742.59 763.25 817.94 783.05

20.25 17.50 17.81 18.88 17.87

26.64 23.03 23.43 24.84 23.51

19.42 16.79 17.08 18.11 17.14

11.02 9.52 9.69 10.27 9.72

Ending stocks

Net supply

1. Available data adjusted on boneless basis for retail, household, cooking and plate loss.

Table 9-7

Supply and disposition of red meat, Canada — Total red meat Beginning Production stocks

Imports

Total supply

Exports Manufacturing

Waste

thousands of tonnes

Available per person Retail

Carcass

Boneless

Adjusted for loss 1

weight per year in kilogram

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

39.65 53.94 45.75 41.86 48.98

2,223.47 2,312.05 2,364.94 2,472.93 2,709.89

349.31 313.19 303.77 344.77 338.56

2,612.43 2,679.18 2,714.46 2,859.56 3,097.43

582.56 652.70 744.79 882.21 952.95

28.28 29.34 28.24 28.90 32.05

98.35 102.06 98.22 100.54 111.49

53.94 45.75 41.86 48.98 66.73

1,849.30 1,849.33 1,801.35 1,798.93 1,934.22

48.07 47.53 45.80 45.24 48.31

63.76 63.11 60.82 60.15 64.14

44.62 44.21 42.71 42.16 45.10

26.73 26.52 25.65 25.34 27.02

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

66.73 75.58 67.85 88.29 99.09

2,974.65 3,063.56 3,178.55 3,350.93 3,264.96

365.80 374.18 448.11 458.90 430.81

3,407.16 3,513.32 3,694.50 3,898.11 3,794.86

1,147.74 1,312.19 1,479.11 1,672.36 1,556.51

35.97 37.72 39.82 42.72 43.26

125.11 131.20 138.49 148.57 150.46

75.58 67.85 88.29 99.09 108.26

2,022.78 1,964.34 1,948.81 1,935.37 1,936.39

50.20 48.19 47.28 46.46 46.10

66.54 64.01 62.82 61.72 61.20

46.89 44.90 44.06 43.31 42.92

28.08 26.92 26.39 25.95 25.81

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

108.26 104.43 114.58 107.09 113.18

3,626.78 3,588.38 3,412.62 3,362.28 3,439.01

268.12 312.38 353.35 431.64 437.81

4,003.15 4,005.17 3,880.55 3,901.01 3,990.01

1,743.78 1,869.55 1,728.78 1,666.70 1,836.34

44.50 44.13 43.69 43.65 44.64

154.78 153.48 151.97 151.84 155.28

104.43 114.58 107.09 113.18 104.28

1,955.66 .. 1,849.01 1,925.65 1,849.48

46.19 42.53 42.75 43.93 41.67

61.23 56.55 56.75 58.49 55.52

43.06 39.56 39.77 40.86 38.74

25.82 23.81 23.90 24.56 23.29

1. Available data adjusted on boneless basis for retail, household, cooking and plate loss.

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Concepts and methodology Livestock statistics Concepts Inventory levels of the various types of livestock intended for sale in Canada are measured at specific times throughout the year. Surveyed operations are requested to include all animals located on the farming operation, regardless of ownership. They are also asked to include animals owned but pastured on a community pasture, grazing co-op or public land. Producers are asked to exclude animals owned but kept on a farm, ranch or feedlot operated by someone else. Inventory levels are estimated for cattle, calves, pigs, sheep and lambs. Estimates are also produced for certain categories of animals on the basis of age, sex, weight and/or purpose i.e. breeding or slaughter. Current information on livestock inventories and related statistics such as supply and disposition enable those active in the agricultural sector to observe and assess changes in the industry, measure performance and keep the agricultural community and general public informed of developments. The primary data users are federal and provincial governments, producer boards, farmers and farm organizations, private business, academic research institutions and students. Livestock data assists governments in formulating agricultural policies and developing programs. Farming organizations use statistics in developing recommendations for producers and governments. Farmers make increasing use of prices, production, and marketing statistics in planning their operations. In addition, these livestock statistics are used in the calculation of farm incomes and in the Canadian System of National Accounts for indicators such as gross domestic product. Methods To produce livestock estimates, there are actually 6 different survey occasions. All of the survey occasions collect data primarily using Computer Assisted Telephone Interviews (CATI) although there are special procedures in place for the very large or complex operations. Two of the occasions are the January Livestock Survey and the July Livestock Survey. These are large-scale general livestock surveys collecting data on cattle, hogs and sheep, referring to inventories at the 1st of the month. The probability samples include about 10,260 operations at January 1, and about 16,260 operations at July 1. These surveys collect data during a three-week period in the western provinces, Ontario and Quebec. Regardless of when operators respond, they are asked to report inventories as of January 1 or July 1. The livestock survey results are released, following processing and analysis, approximately seven weeks after the reference date. Hog inventories are the focus of two other survey occasions collecting estimates of pig numbers at April 1 and October 1. This survey was initiated in 1998 as estimates from 1978 to 1997 were based solely on analytical tools. For the hog surveys, a sub-sample of the prior livestock survey is used. The probability samples are approximately 2,100 operations and 2,500 operations, respectively, at April 1 and October 1 and, similar to the livestock surveys, these CATI surveys cover the western provinces, Ontario and Quebec. Producers are requested to report their inventories as of the reference date, although the data are collected during a 7-day period near or before that date. The hog survey results are normally released three to four weeks after the reference date. The June and November Atlantic Surveys are used to produce estimates for that region. These surveys are multi-purpose collecting data, primarily inventories, on livestock including cattle, hogs and sheep in addition to collecting data related to the area, yield and production of the principal field crops. The probability samples are about 1,000 operations in June and 1,100 operations in November. The results are released at the same time

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as the livestock results. For reference points where surveys do not exist for the Atlantic region, analytical tools are used to produce the estimates. The total inventories are now distributed to a specific farm type, on the basis of survey results and sector level balance sheets. The two major categories are dairy and beef. The beef sector is then broken down to beef cattle on cow/calf and mixed beef and dairy operations; beef cattle on feeder, stocker/finish operations; and, beef cattle on feeding operations, which include feedlots. Canadian exports to the United States are obtained from U.S. import custom documents and are officially released by the International Trade Division of Statistics Canada. These data try to register the province of origin of the commodity, but when unknown, will reflect the province of entry into the United States. Information from secondary sources is used by Agriculture Division of Statistics Canada to better estimate the province in which the commodity was raised/grown. Administrative data from the provinces are used to adjust the export numbers by province to better reflect provincial production. Though this methodology will result in different exports by province, the Canadian export totals will equal those released by International Trade Division. To summarize, the livestock statistics are survey-based estimates. The survey relies on a list frame that is established every five years by the Census of Agriculture and updated to include new entrants, particularly large hog operations. The probability sample surveys are conducted by telephone. The survey results are analysed and corrected before the data are used to analyse the industry and fine-tune the estimates. The survey data are reviewed in a board environment before the commodity analyst works with the data primarily using supply-disposition analysis. The results of the industry analysis are reviewed by the board before being sent to the individual provinces. Once the data are finalised they are released to the public and published. The principal data released include inventories and summarized supply-disposition tables. The data also flow, via farm income estimates, to the Canadian System of National Accounts. In addition the data are used in the calculation of net farm income projections, produced by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada in co-operation with Statistics Canada and the provinces.

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