2019 Livestock Production and Number of Slaughtered Animals in BARMM

February 24, 2020Special Release Ref No.: SR-BARMM-20-037

Livestock production in BARMM increased by 3.50 percent in 2019

The total livestock production in BARMM increased by 3.50 percent in 2019, from 34,156 metric tons (MT) in 2018 to 35,351 MT. Production Carabao, Cattle, Hog and Goat increased by corresponding growth rates of 2.86, 7.06 percent, 2.01 and 0.26 percent.

Figure 1. Volume of Livestock Production in BARMM, by Animal Type: 2018 – 2019 (in metric tons)
Source: Philippine Statistics Authority

Cattle contributes 31.64 percent of the total livestock production in BARMM

Cattle production comprised 31.64 percent of the total livestock production in BARMM in 2019, which was the highest during this period. This was followed by Hog, Carabao and Goat with percentage shares of 30.46 percent and 23.61 percent, respectively. Moreover, Goat recorded the lowest percentage share of 14.29 percent during this period.

Figure 2. Percent Distribution of Livestock Production in BARMM, by Animal Type: 2019
Source: Philippine Statistics Authority

Number of slaughtered animals in BARMM increased by 2.88 percent in 2019

The number of slaughtered animals in BARMM increased by 2.88 percent in the 2019, that is from 22,469 heads in 2018 to 23,117 heads in 2019. More than half or 55.98 percent of the total number of slaughtered animals in the region was recorded in Maguindanao. This was followed by Basilan and Sulu with corresponding percentage shares of 27.03 percent and 16.99 percent. On the other hand, there was no slaughtered animals recorded in Lanao del Sur and Tawi-Tawi during the period.

Figure 3. Number of Slaughtered Animals in BARMM, by Province: 2018 – 2019 (in heads)
Source: Philippine Statistics Authority

 

Figure 4. Percent Distribution of Slaughtered Animals in BARMM, by Province: 2019
Source: Philippine Statistics Authority

Hog recorded the highest number of slaughtered animals in BARMM in 2019

The number of slaughtered Hog during this period was 23.63 percent higher than that of previous period. Number of slaughtered Cattle also increased by 3.83 percent. On the other hand, Carabao and Cattle decreased by 36.06 percent and 7.54 percent, respectively.

About 50.68 percent of the total number of slaughtered animals in BARMM in 2019 are Hogs. This was followed by Cattle and Carabao with corresponding percentage shares of 27.56 percent and 12.70 percent, respectively. The remaining 9.07 percent was comprised by Goat.

Figure 5. Number of Slaughtered Animals in BARMM, by Animal Type: 2018 – 2019 (in heads)
Source: Philippine Statistics Authority

 

Figure 6. Percent Distribution of Slaughtered Animals in BARMM, by Animal Type: 2019
Source: Philippine Statistics Authority

TECHNICAL NOTES

This statistical report covers four (4) livestock (cattle, carabao, goat and swine) commodities.

The data on these commodities include: volume of production (in metric tons), number of animals slaughtered (in head) and inventory of animals (in head)

The data on inventory and volume of production are taken from the regular surveys conducted by PSA. The Backyard Livestock and Poultry Survey (BLPS) covers one (1) of the four (4) replicate samples of the Palay and Corn Production Survey (PCPS). It consists of 15,069 sample households in 1,051 sample barangays nationwide for Carabao, Cattle, Goat and Swine.

To supplement the statistical data on livestock sector obtained from the said survey, Compilation of Data from Slaughterhouses and Poultry Dressing Plants (CDSPDP) is also done. The CDSPDP covers around 1,387 Accredited (AAA and AA) and Locally Registered Meat Establishments (LRMEs) nationwide. These data are compiled from the administrative records of the National Meat Inspection Service (NMIS) and the Local Government Units (LGUs).

Concepts and Definitions

Backyard Farm – any farm or household, whether farming or non-farming, tending at least one head of animal and does not qualify as a commercial farm. Inventory – the actual number of domesticated animals present in the farm as of a specific reference date.

Beginning inventory is the number of live animals present in the farm at the beginning of the reference period, i.e. for January to June 2016, the beginning inventory is as of January 1, 2016; for January to March the beginning inventory is as of January 1.

Ending inventory is the number of live animals/remaining stocks present in the farm at the end of the reference period, i.e. for January to June 2016, the ending inventory is as of July 1, 2016; for January to March, the remaining inventory is as of April 1.

Locally Registered Meat Establishment (LRME) – slaughterhouse, meat processing plants, meat cutting plants and cold storages that are allowed to operate by the city/municipal government but are not accredited by NMIS.

Slaughterhouses (SH) – premises that are approved and registered by the NMIS and LGUs in which food animals are slaughtered for human consumption.

Slaughtered in Slaughterhouses – the number of animals slaughtered in accredited (AAA, AA, A) slaughterhouses including number of animals slaughtered in LRMEs.

Volume of Production – the quantity of locally-raised animals disposed for slaughter which includes animals shipped-out for slaughter. This is expressed in number of heads, or in metric ton, liveweight equivalent.

 

(Sgd) HJI. RAZULDEN A. MANGELEN, MPA, MDM
(Chief Statistical Specialist)
Officer-in-Charge
RSSO-ARMM