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Germany: Cattle stocks are increasing in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania

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Published Jul 4, 2023

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The number of cattle in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania has increased by 1.7 percent or 7,800 cattle compared to last year, marking the first rise in seven years. However, the number of pigs in the state has continued to decline, with almost 19.3 percent or 135,500 fewer pigs than the previous year. Dairy cow numbers also decreased slightly by 1.2 percent or 1,800 cows, while sheep numbers fell by 3.4 percent or 2,500.
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07/03/2023 | 12:44:00 | ID: 36783 | Department: Agriculture | animal Schwerin (agrar-PR) - The number of cattle in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania has risen again for the first time in seven years. As of November 3, 2022, there were a total of around 458,800 cattle, which is 1.7 percent or 7,800 cattle more than in 2021. In 2014, the year with the last high, the stock was around 565,600 cattle. As the Statistical Office Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania also reports, the downward trend in pig stocks in the state is continuing. As of November 3, 2022, there were around 564,600 pigs, almost 19.3 percent or 135,500 pigs fewer than in the previous year. The number of piglets fell by almost 15.0 percent or 37,600 animals to around 212,300 piglets. The number of dairy cows (around 151,400 animals) was around 1.2 percent or 1,800 dairy cows below the number of the previous year (around 153,200 animals). The slight increase in sheep numbers from last year did not continue in 2022. Here the ...
Source: Agrar
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