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Russia: Mutton Market - January 2013

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IndexBox Marketing Ltd

Published Date : Jan 2013

Category :

Meat & Poultry

No. of Pages : 156 Pages


The purpose of the report is to describe the state of the Russian mutton market, to present actual information about the volumes of production, exports, imports, consumption and the state of the market, the changes that took place in 2012, and also, to build a forecast for the development of the industry in the medium term until 2017.

After the sheep industry experienced a deep crisis after the collapse of the USSR, in recent years, the industry have seen a turnaround. So, the number of sheep has been slowly increasing which pulled in an increase in the production of mutton. The growth rates, however, do not imply on restoring the industry to the Soviet level. A strong incentive for the development of the program will provide the Government program on developing the sheep and goat breeding industry, developed for the period 2012-2014 and the planning period until 2020.

Another Government recovery tool for the industry was the increase of import duties for mutton to 25% from 2011. This was a serious barrier to the countries, importing frozen mutton (such as Australia, New Zealand, and Uruguay). However, it will become irrelevant in the coming years - with Russia\'s accession to the WTO the customs duties on agricultural products are expected to decrease.
Table of Contents

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1. Executive summary

2. Research design

3. Classification of mutton

4. Characteristics of raw materials
4.1. Number of sheep

5. Technology of production of mutton

6. Characteristics of the Russian mutton market
6.1. Volume and dynamics of the Russian mutton market in 2007 - 2012. Forecast for 2012 - 2017
6.2. Structure of the mutton market: production, imports, exports, consumption

7. Characteristics of the domestic production of mutton in 2005 - October 2012
7.1. Volume and dynamics of mutton production in 2005 - 2012
7.1.1. Volume and dynamics of production of mutton in industrial enterprises in 2006 - October 2012
7.2. Structure of mutton production by Federal Districts
7.2.1. Structure of mutton production in the Central Federal District
7.2.2. Structure of mutton production in the Northwestern Federal District
7.2.3. Structure of mutton production in the Southern Federal District
7.2.4. Structure of mutton production in the Volga Federal District
7.2.5. Structure of mutton production in the Ural Federal District
7.2.6. Structure of mutton production in the Siberian Federal District
7.2.7. Structure of mutton production in the Far Eastern Federal District
7.3. The main manufacturers of sheep and their market shares

8. Characteristics of the prices of mutton
8.1. Dynamics of manufacturers’ prices of mutton
8.2. Dynamics of retail prices of mutton

9. Characteristics of the imports of mutton to the Russian market
9.1. Volume and dynamics of the imports of mutton
9.2. Manufacturing countries, leading suppliers of mutton to Russia
9.3. Foreign companies, manufacturers of mutton imported into Russia
9.4. Russian companies, recipients of the imports of mutton
9.5. Structure of the imports of mutton by recipient regions

10. Characteristics of the Russian exports of mutton

11. Distribution of mutton on the Russian market
11.1. Sales structure of the market by sales channels
11.2. Sales structure by retail format
11.3. Sales structure by region
11.4. Value chain formation by sales channels

12. Factors, influencing the development of the mutton market
12.1. Welfare of the population
12.2. Characteristics of feed base

13. Characteristics of mutton consumption
13.1. Volume and dynamics of the mutton consumption in 2007 - 2012. Forecast for 2012 - 2017
13.2. Volume and structure of mutton consumption by Federal Districts of Russia
13.3. Balance between supply and demand of mutton in Russia

14. Forecast for the development of the mutton market in 2012 - 2017
14.1. Assessment of the potential volume of the mutton market in Russia in 2012 - 2017

Appendix 1. Financial and economic indicators of the industry

Appendix 2. Profiles of the leading manufacturers

Ltd agribusiness Moor 
  • JSC MIC Penza 
  • SCC KOLKHOZ Voroshilov
  • CBM MEAT Agin
  • JSC Zorinskie
  • SEC-breeding plant Red October
  • SCC steppe
  • SCC Kirov

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List of Table


Table 1. Characteristics of adult sheep by body condition
Table 2. Characteristics of young sheep by body condition
Table 3. Characteristics of young sheep, depending on body weight
Table 4. Dynamics of sheep number by types of farms in Russia in 2005 - 2011, in thousands of heads
Table 5. Storage conditions and shelf life of mutton and mutton
Table 6. Volume and dynamics of the mutton market in Russia in 2007 - 2011 and forecast until 2017, in tons
Table 7. Mutton production in the industrial enterprises in 2006 - October 2012, in tons
Table 8. Volume of the mutton production by Federal Districts in 2005 - 2011, in thousands of tons
Table 9. Volume of the mutton production in the Central Federal District in 2005 - 2011, in thousands of tons
Table 10. Volume of the mutton production in the Northwestern Federal District in 2005 - 2011, in thousands of tons
Table 11. Volume of the mutton production in the Southern Federal District in 2005 - 2011, in thousands of tons
Table 12. Volume of the mutton production in the Volga Federal District in 2005 - 2011, in thousands of tons
Table 13. Volume of the mutton production in the Ural Federal District in 2005 - 2011, in thousands of tons
Table 14. Volume of the mutton production in the Siberian Federal District in 2005 - 2011, in thousands of tons
Table 15. Volume of the mutton production in the Far Eastern Federal District in 2005 - 2011, in thousands of tons
Table 16. Mutton production by the largest Russian producers in 2011, in tons
Table 17. Average manufacturers’ prices for mutton in Russia in January 2008 - October 2012, in RUR / kilogram
Table 18. Average retail prices of mutton in Russia in January 2008 - October 2012
Table 19. Volume of the imports of mutton by manufacturing countries in 2011, in tons
Table 20. Volume of the imports of mutton by manufacturing countries in 2011, in thousands of USD
Table 21. Volume of the imports of mutton by manufacturing countries in January - September 2012, in tons
Table 22. Volume of the imports of mutton by manufacturing countries in January - September 2012, in thousands of USD
Table 23. Volume of the imports of mutton by manufacturing companies in 2011, in tons
Table 24. Volume of the imports of mutton by manufacturing companies in 2011, in thousands of USD
Table 25. Volume of the imports of mutton by manufacturing companies in January - September 2012, in tons
Table 26. Volume of the imports of mutton by manufacturing companies in January - September 2012, in thousands of USD
Table 27. Volume of the imports of mutton by recipient companies in 2011, in tons
Table 28. Volume of the imports of mutton by recipient companies in 2011, in thousands of USD
Table 29. Volume of the imports of mutton by recipient companies in January-September 2012, in tons
Table 30. Volume of the imports of mutton by recipient companies in January-September 2012, in thousands of USD
Table 31. Volume of the imports of mutton by recipient regions in 2011, in tons  
Table 32. Volume of the imports of mutton by recipient regions in 2011, in thousands of USD
Table 33. Volume of the imports of mutton by recipient regions in January - September 2012, in tons
Table 34. Volume of the imports of mutton by recipient regions in January - September 2012, in thousands of USD
Table 35. Characteristics of the Russian exports of mutton in 2011
Table 36. Characteristics of the Russian exports of mutton in January - September 2012
Table 37. Value chain formation of mutton by sales channels
Table 38. Dynamics of the resources of households (per 100 people), in thousands of RUR, in the Russian Federation in 2000 - 2009
Table 39. Differentiation of income in 2005 - 2011
Table 40. Deviation of income by Federal Districts from the Russian average in 2004 - 2009
Table 41. Average manufacturers’ prices of animal feed in Russia in January 2007 - June 2012
Table 42. Characteristics of the consumption of mutton by Federal Districts in 2005 - 2011, in kilograms per 100 people
Table 43. Forecast for demand and supply of mutton in 2008 - 2017, in kilograms
Table 44. Passport of the industry target program \"\"Development of sheep and goat in 2012 - 2014 and for the period up to 2020 \"\"
Table 45. Target indicators of the field program \"\"Development of sheep and goat in 2012 - 2014 and for the period up to 2011 \"\"
Table 46. Forecast for the development of the mutton market in Russia in 2012 - 2017, in thousands of tons
Table 47. Volume and dynamics of the mutton market in 2007 - 2011 and forecast until 2017, subject to Russia\'s accession to the WTO, in tons
Table 48. Proceeds (net) from the production of meat and edible offal of bovine animals, swine, sheep, goats, equine animals (net of value added tax, excise duties and similar charges), in  thousands of RUR
Table 49. Proceeds (net) from the production of meat and edible offal of bovine animals, swine, sheep, goats, equine animals (net of value added tax, excise duties and similar charges), in thousands of RUR
Table 50. Selling expenses for the production of meat and edible offal of bovine animals, swine, sheep, goats, equine animals, in thousands of RUR  
Table 51. Administrative expenses for the production of meat and edible organs of cattle, pigs, sheep, goats, equine animals, in thousands of RUR   
Table 52. Cost of sales of meat and edible offal of bovine animals, swine, sheep, goats, equine animals
Table 53. Profit (loss) from sales of meat and edible offal of bovine animals, swine, sheep, goats, equine animals, in thousands of RUR   
Table 54. Average number of employees (without external and unscheduled employees) for the production of meat and meat products, in people

List of Chart


Fig. 1. Number of sheep in Russia in 2000 - 2011, in millions of heads
Fig. 2. Structure of sheep farms by type in Russia in 2011
Fig. 3. Structure of sheep farms by Federal Districts in 2000 - 2011
Fig. 4. Scheme of butchering carcasses
Fig. 5. Volume of supply on the mutton market in 2007 - 2011 and forecast for 2012 - 2017, in thousands of tons
Fig. 6. Dynamics and structure of the mutton market in 2007 - 2011 and forecast until 2017, in kilograms
Fig. 7. Structure of the mutton market in Russia by origin in 2007 - 2011 and forecast until 2017
Fig. 8. Volume and dynamics of mutton production in Russia for all types of farms in 2005 - 2011, in thousands of tons
Fig. 9. Structure of mutton production in Russia by types of farms in 2011
Fig. 10. Mutton production in industrial enterprises in 2011 - October 2012, in tons
Fig. 11. Structure of mutton production by type of frozen mutton in industrial enterprises in 2011
Fig. 12. Mutton production in industrial enterprises in January 2009 - October 2012,in %, to the corresponding period of the previous year
Fig. 13. Mutton production in industrial enterprises in 2006 - 2011, in tons
Fig. 14. Structure of mutton production by Federal Districts in 2005 - 2011
Fig. 15. Structure of mutton production in the Central Federal District in 2011
Fig. 16. Structure of mutton production in the Northwestern Federal District in 2011
Fig. 17. Structure of mutton production in the Southern Federal District in 2011
Fig. 18. Structure of mutton production in the Volga Federal District in 2011
Fig. 19. Structure of mutton production in the Ural Federal District in 2011
Fig. 20. Structure of mutton production in the Siberian Federal District in 2011
Fig. 21. Structure of mutton production in the Far Eastern Federal District in 2011
Fig. 22. Index of the average manufacturers’ prices of mutton in Russia in January - December 2011
Fig. 23. Index of the average manufacturers’ prices of mutton in Russia in January - October 2012
Fig. 24. Dynamics of the average manufacturers’ prices of mutton in Russia in January 2011 - October 2012, in %, to the corresponding period of the previous year
Fig. 25. Comparison of the average manufacturers’ prices of mutton by Federal Districts in October 2012
Fig. 26. Indices of average retail prices of mutton in Russia in January - December 2011
Fig. 27. Indices of average retail prices of mutton in Russia in January - October 2012
Fig. 28. Dynamics of average retail prices of mutton in Russia in January 2011 - October 2012, in %, to the corresponding period of the previous year
Fig. 29. Comparison of average retail prices of mutton by Federal Districts in October 2012
Fig. 30. Dynamics of the imports of mutton in Russia in 2011, in tons
Fig. 31. Dynamics of the imports of mutton in Russia in 2011, in thousands of USD
Fig. 32. Dynamics of the imports of mutton in Russia in January - September 2012, in tons
Fig. 33. Dynamics of the imports of mutton in Russia in January - September 2012, in thousands of USD
Fig. 34. Structure of the imports of mutton in Russia by manufacturing countries in 2011, in physical terms
Fig. 35. Structure of the imports of mutton in Russia by manufacturing countries in 2011, in value terms
Fig. 36. Structure of the imports of mutton in Russia by manufacturing countries in January-September 2012, in physical terms
Fig. 37. Structure of the imports of mutton in Russia by manufacturing countries in January-September 2012, in value terms
Fig. 38. Structure of the imports of mutton in Russia by manufacturing companies in 2011, in physical terms
Fig. 39. Structure of the imports of mutton in Russia by manufacturing companies in 2011, in value terms
Fig. 40. Structure of the imports of mutton in Russia by manufacturing companies in January - September 2012, in physical terms
Fig. 41. Structure of the imports of mutton in Russia by manufacturing companies in January - September 2012, in value terms
Fig. 42. Structure of the imports of mutton in Russia by recipient companies in 2011, in physical terms
Fig. 43. Structure of the imports of mutton in Russia by recipient companies in 2011, in value terms
Fig. 44. Structure of the imports of mutton in Russia by recipient companies in January - September 2012, in physical terms
Fig. 45. Structure of the imports of mutton in Russia by recipient companies in January - September 2012, in value terms
Fig. 46. Structure of the imports of mutton by recipient regions in 2011, in physical terms
Fig. 47. Structure of the imports of mutton by recipient regions in 2011, in value terms
Fig. 48. Structure of the imports of mutton by recipient regions in January - September 2012, in physical terms
Fig. 49. Structure of the imports of mutton by recipient regions in January - September 2012, in value terms
Fig. 50. Structure of the Russian exports of mutton by country of destination in 2011, in physical terms
Fig. 51. Structure of the Russian exports of mutton by country of destination in January - September 2012, in physical terms
Fig. 52. Sales structure of the mutton market by sales channels in 2011
Fig. 53. Sales structure of the mutton market by retail format in 2011
Fig. 54. Sales structure of the mutton market by Federal Districts in 2011
Fig. 55. Distribution of the total money income in 2011 by groups
Fig. 56. Average deviation of per capita income in the Federal Districts from the Russian average in 2000 - 2009
Fig. 57. Share of the amount of free cash in the Federal District regarding the national average in 2000 - 2009
Fig. 58. Animal feed production in 2011 - May 2012, in thousands of tons
Fig. 59. Animal feed production in January 2009 - May 2012, in %, to the corresponding period of the previous year
Fig. 60. Animal feed production in 2006 - 2011, in thousands of tons
Fig. 61. Indices of the average manufacturers’ prices of animal feed in Russia in January - December 2011
Fig. 62. Indices of the average manufacturers’ prices of animal feed in Russia in January - June 2012
Fig. 63. Dynamics of the average manufacturers’ prices of animal feed in Russia in January 2011 - June 2012, in %, to the corresponding period of the previous year
Fig. 64. Comparison of average manufacturers’ prices of animal feed by Federal Districts in June 2012
Fig. 65. Dynamics of consumption of mutton in Russia in 2007 - 2011, and forecast until 2017, in kilograms
Fig. 66. Consumption of mutton by Federal Districts in 2011
Fig. 67. Rating of the regions in terms of consumption of mutton in 2011, in kilograms per 100 people
Fig. 68. Forecast for supply and demand of mutton in 2012 - 2017, in thousands of tons
Fig. 69. Structure of the imports of mutton on the Russian market in 2011 - September 2012, in tons

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