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Rank
2016

Breeding inventory trends (x 1,000 sows)
in top 30 countries for sow numbers in 2016
2006

1: China

1

44,206

47,416

48,788

49,100

47,500

49,280

49,250

50,100

45,750

47,000

38,000

2: USA

2

6,116

6,233

6,062

5,850

5,778

5,803

5,770

5,757

5,969

5,939

6,002

3: Vietnam

3

4,002

4,109

4,150

4,220

4,160

4,020

3,990

4,066

3,918

4,050

4,200

4: Brazil

4

3,040

2,970

2,960

2,890

2,925

2,920

2,915

2,910

2,890

2,930

2,940

5: Russia

6

2,104

2,124

2,060

2,130

2,150

2,100

2,235

2,353

2,375

2,420

2,480

6: Spain

5

2,689

2,663

2,542

2,440

2,408

2,404

2,250

2,253

2,358

2,466

2,414

7: Germany

7

2,467

2,418

2,296

2,236

2,233

2,194

2,118

2,058

2,052

1,973

1,908

8: Philippines

8

1,539

1,635

1,666

1,647

1,520

1,515

1,537

1,553

1,563

1,625

1,706

9: Denmark

9

1,414

1,353

1,289

1,346

1,286

1,239

1,229

1,258

1,245

1,237

1,236

10: Canada

10

1,546

1,483

1,371

1,310

1,294

1,195

1,189

1,191

1,197

1,195

1,215

11: Thailand

11

1,100

1,050

840

960

1,001

1,141

1,262

1,180

1,195

1,197

1,200

12: Mexico

13

1,071

1,065

1,067

1,090

1,105

1,120

1,160

1,155

1,150

1,150

1,180

13: Netherlands

12

1,050

1,060

1,025

1,100

1,098

1,106

1,081

1,095

1,106

1,053

1,022

14: France

14

1,264

1,234

1,200

1,185

1,116

1,103

1,076

1,043

1,034

1,011

1,000

15: Korea Rep.

15

1,012

1,004

913

966

976

903

962

895

937

937

958

16: Japan

16

915

910

937

930

902

901

900

900

885

890

890

17: Poland

17

1,786

1,587

1,279

1,361

1,328

1,125

1,012

955

956

814

858

18: Taiwan

18

806

720

688

671

695

700

644

605

610

618

611

19: Italy

19

772

754

756

746

717

709

621

590

586

582

558

20: UK

20

524

498

487

481

491

484

494

482

469

488

489

21: Ukraine

21

614

433

440

518

519

472

488

502

490

480

460

22: Belgium

22

578

567

543

531

507

482

491

472

460

443

418

23: Romania

23

521

443

376

359

356

381

399

384

365

374

361

24: Hungary

25

396

352

314

309

301

290

279

273

285

285

255

25: Australia

27

352

340

263

242

245

245

239

245

250

255

265

26: Austria

26

313

311

291

288

279

270

258

250

242

245

236

27: Portugal

28

310

308

303

244

241

231

227

223

231

240

233

28: Chile

24

219

220

203

208

205

208

222

203

197

196

194

29. Sweden

31

177

175

168

159

155

152

141

149

144

141

149

30. Ireland

30

167

158

151

158

149

146

144

144

145

139

145

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

While the rank order for sow inventories remained the same for the top 10 countries in 2016, there was significant
movement among many of the other top 30 countries.
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Contents
Pigs and Money
Industry Happenings
World pork production to grow at a slower rate
5 ways phytogenics improve pig feed efficiency
Methionine beyond protein synthesis in growing pigs
Understanding pseudorabies in pigs leads to prevention
6 fiber insights for formulating livestock feed
Salmonella control: Do organic acids solve the problem?
How lactic fermented feed benefits pig production
How to treat iron deficiency in neonatal pigs
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