Vietnam Livestock and Poultry Feed Annual Report 2017 & Outlook for 2018

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Vietnam Livestock and Poultry Feed Annual Report 2017 & Outlook for 2018

Vietnam Market Analysis and Forecast Joint Stock Company is the leading provider of in-depth ANALYSES & FORECASTS on agro-commodity sectors. We would like to introduce Vietnam Livestock and Poultry Feed Annual Report 2017 & Outlook for 2018 (scheduled to be released in Jan 2018), with detailed contents as follows:

TABLE OF CONTENTS
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
LIST OF TABLES
LIST OF FIGURES
LIST OF BOXES
LIST OF PHOTOS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
PART 1: WORLD LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY FEED MARKET IN 2017 AND OUTLOOK FOR 2018
I. WORLD LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY FEED INGREDIENT MAKRET IN 2017
1. Overall view
2. Major production markets and Vietnam
II. OULOOK ON WORLD LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY FEED AND INGREDIENT MARKET IN 2018
PART 2: OVERVIEW OF LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY FEED OF VIETNAM IN 2017
I. LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY FEED PRODUCTION
1. By animal
2. By region
II. DOMESTIC INGREDIENT PRODUCTION
1. Corn
2. Rice bran
3. Wheat bran
4. Tapoca chips
5. Soybeans and soymeal
6. Fishmeal
III. IMPORT INGREDIENTS
1. Corn
2. Wheat
3. DDGS
4. Rice bran
5. Wheat bran
6. Tapioca chips
7. Soymeal
8. Fishmeal, bone-meat meal
IV. SUPPLY-DEMAND BALANCE IN 2017
1. Livestock and poultry feed supply-demand balance
1.1 Demand for pig feed
1.2. Poultry feed
1.3. Total demand for pig feed and poultry feed
2. Livestock and poultry ingredient supply-demand balance
2.1. Corn
2.2. Wheat
2.3. DDGS
2.4. Rice bran
2.5. Wheat bran
2.6. Tapioca chips
2.7. Soymeal
2.8. Fishmeal, bone-meat meal
PART 3. OUTLOOK ON LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY FEED OF VIETNAM FOR 2018
I. OUTLOOK ON LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY FEED PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION
1. Pig feed
2. Poultry feed
3. Both pig feed and poultry feed
II. OUTLOOK BY EACH INGREDIENT
1. Corn
2. Wheat
3. DDGS
4. Rice bran
5. Wheat bran
6. Tapioca chips
7. Soymeal
8. Fishmeal, bone-meat meal
PART 4: FEED ENTERPRISES IN 2017
I. FEED PRODUCTION BY ENTERPRISE
1. By region
2. By animal
II. FEED INGREDIENT IMPORTS BY ENTERPRISE IN 2017
1. The South
2. The North
III. FEED INGREDIENT EXPORTS BY ENTERPRISE TO VIETNAM IN 2017
APPENDICES
I. WORLD PRICE DEVELOPMENT IN 2017 AND OUTLOOK ON SUPPLY-DEMAND FOR 2018
1. Corn
2. Wheat
3. Soybeans, soymeal
4. Fishmeal
II. MARKET HIGHLIGHTS IN 2017
III. FEED INGREDIENT VESSELS AT SOUTHERN PORTS AND NORTHERN PORTS IN 2017
IV. ANALYSIS ON SECTOR STRUCTURE
1. Livestock and poultry feed value chain of Vietnam
1.1. Farmers
1.2. Traders
1.3. Warehouses/establishments milling, sun-drying, heat-drying and processing feed ingredients
1.4. Commercial enterprises importing feed ingredients
1.5. Agents procuring feed ingredients and selling the ingredients to farms
1.6. Feedmills
2. Map on distribution of livestock herds and poultry flock by province and economic zone
3. Time for livestock and poultry raising and offtaking in Vietnam
V. DEFINITIONS AND TERMS RELATED TO LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY FEED


LIST OF TABLES
Table 3: Industrial pig feed and poultry feed production of some big markets in 2016 (million tons)
Table 4: Industrial pig feed and poultry feed production of some regions in 2016 (million tons)
Table 5: Global corn production and consumption (million tons)
Table 6: Forecast on export prices of U.S. corn on FOB basis in 2018 (US$/ton)
Table 7: Global wheat production and consumption (million tons)
Table 8: Forecast on export prices of U.S. wheat on FOB basis in 2018 (US$/ton)
Table 9: Global soybean production and consumption (million tons)
Table 10: Global soymeal production and consumption (million tons)
Table 11: Forecast on CBOT soymeal prices in 2018 (US$/ton)
Table 12: Global fishmeal production and consumption (million tons)
Table 13: Total pig herds and total weight of off-take hogs of Vietnam, 2017-2018 (million heads, million tons)
Table 14: Estimate on demand for pig feed of Vietnam in 2017
Table 15: Estimate on demand for pig feed of Vietnam in 2018
Table 16: Total demand for pig herds of Vietnam, 2017-2018
Table 17: Demand for ingredients of industrial pig feed production in the South
Table 18: Demand for ingredients of self-made pig feed production in the South
Table 19: Demand for ingredients of industrial pig feed production in the North
Table 20: Demand for ingredients of self-made pig feed production in the North
Table 21: Total demand for ingredients of pig feed production
Table 22: Total poultry flocks, total live weight of off-take poultry and total number of eggs of Vietnam, 2017-2018
Table 23: Estimate on demand for poultry feed of Vietnam in 2017
Table 24: Estimate on demand for poultry feed of Vietnam in 2018
Table 25: Total demand for poultry flocks of Vietnam, 2017-2018
Table 26: Demand for ingredients of industrial poultry feed production in the South
Table 27: Demand for ingredients of self-made poultry feed production in the South
Table 28: Demand for ingredients of industrial poultry feed production in the North
Table 29: Demand for ingredients of self-made poultry feed production in the North
Table 30: Total demand for ingredients of poultry feed production
Table 31: Total demand for pig feed and poultry feed
Table 32: Demand for ingredients of pig feed and poultry feed production
Table 33: Industrial hog and poultry supply-demand
Table 34: Corn imports to Vietnam by port for the first 10 months of 2017 (thousand tons)
Table 35: Corn area of Vietnam in 2017  (thousand ha)
Table 36: Top 10 provinces with high corn planted area nationwide in 2017  (thousand ha)
Table 37: Prices of some major corn import contracts (the cargoes were shipped to Vietnam) in 2017
Table 38: Corn supply-demand balance of Vietnam, 2017-2018 (thousand tons)
Table 39: Feed wheat imports to Vietnam by port for the first 10 months of 2017 (thousand tons)
Table 40: Prices of some major wheat import contracts (the cargos were shipped to Vietnam) in 2017
Table 41: Feed wheat supply-demand balance of Vietnam, 2017-2018 (thousand tons)
Table 42: Prices of some major DDGS import contracts (these cargos were shipped to Vietnam) in 2017
Table 43: DDGS supply-demand balance of Vietnam, 2017-2018 (thousand tons)
Table 44: Prices of some major rice bran import contracts (these cargos were shipped to Vietnam) in 2017
Table 45: Rice bran, wheat bran supply-demand balance of Vietnam, 2017-2018 (thousand tons)
Table 46: Tapioca chip imports of Vietnam through border gates, 2016-2017 (ton)
Table 47: Soymeal imports in 2017
Table 48: Estimate on domestic soymeal production in 2017 (thousand tons)
Table 49: Estimate on total soymeal supply in 2017 (million tons)
Table 50: Demand for soymeal of pig feed and poultry feed production in 2017 (thousand tons)
Table 51: Prices of some major soymeal import contracts (the cargos were shipped to Vietnam) in 2017
Table 52: Soymeal supply-demand balance, 2017-2018 (thousand tons)
Table 53: USDA’s forecast on Vietnam’s soymeal supply-demand, 2017-2018 (thousand tons)
Table 54: Imports of fishmeal, bone-meat meal through both official channel and unofficial channel in 2017
Table 55: Demand for fishmeal, bone-meat meal of livestock and poultry feed production (thousand tons)
Table 56: Fishmeal supply-demand balance, 2017-2018 (thousand tons)
Table 57: Industrial livestock and poultry feed production, 2015-2016 (thousand tons)
Table 58: Number of livestock and poultry feed mills by economic zone, 2015-2016
Table 59: Industrial livestock and poultry feed production by province, 2015-2016 (thousand tons)
Table 60: Number of feedmills by province, 2015-2016
Table 61: Industrial livestock and poultry feed production share by enterprise, 2015-2016 (%)
Table 62: Imports of feed ingredients by type of enterprise for the first 10 months of 2017 and compared to the same period of 2016 (million tons)
Table 63: Feed ingredietn import share of top 20 enterprises for the first 10 months of 2017 (%)
Table 64: Feed ingredient import share of production enterprises for the first 10 months of 2017 (%)
Table 65: Feed ingredient import share of commercial enterprises for the first 10 months of 2017 (%)
Table 66: Top enterprises exporting feed ingredients to Vietnam for the first 10 months of 2017 (thousand tons)
Table 67: Top enterprises exporting corn to Vietnam for the first 10 months of 2017 (thousand tons)
Table 68: Top enterprises exporting soymeal to Vietnam for the first 10 months of 2017 (thousand tons)
Table 69: Top enterprises exporting feed wheat to Vietnam for the first 10 months 2017 (thousand tons)
Table 70: New import tariff (The new import tariff was valid from January 1, 2017)
Table 71: Time for reproduction and raising of live stocks and poultry
Table 72: Corn volume shipped to Vung Tau ports in 2017 (ton)
Table 73: Soymeal volume shipped to Vung Tau ports in 2017 (ton)
Table 74: Corn volume shipped to Cai Lan port in 2017
Table 75: Soymeal volume shipped to Cai Lan port in 2017
Table 76: Volume of corn and soymeal transported from Southern ports to Hai Phong port in 2017 (ton)
LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1: World feed production in 2016 (million tons)
Figure 2: Feed production by species in 2016 (%)
Figure 3: Feed production by species in 2015 (%)
Figure 4: Feed production by market, 2015-2016 (million tons)
Figure 5: World corn production, 2012-2017 (million tons)
Figure 6: Corn exports of some major producing countries, 2016-2017 (million tons)
Figure 7: World corn prices, 2016-11/2017 (US$/ton)
Figure 8: World wheat production, 2010-2017 (million tons)
Figure 9: Wheat exports of some major producing countries, 2016-2017 (million tons)
Figure 10: Developments of CBOT wheat prices, 2016-11/2017 (US$/ton)
Figure 11: World soybean production, 2012-2017 (million tons)
Figure 12: World soymeal production, 2012-2017 (million tons)
Figure 13: Soybean exports of some major producing countries, 2016-2017 (million tons)
Figure 14: Soymeal exports of some major producing countries, 2016-2017 (million tons)
Figure 15: Developments of CBOT soybean prices, 2016-11/2017 (US$/ton)
Figure 16: Developments of CBOT soymeal prices, 2016-11/2017 (US$/ton)
Figure 17: World fishmeal production, 2012-2017 (million tons)
Figure 18: Developments of Peruvian fishmeal prices, 2014-10/2017 (US$/ton, FOB)
Figure 19: World pig herds, 2013-2018 (million heads)
Figure 20: World cow herds, 2013-2018 (million heads)
Figure 21: World poultry meat production, 2013-2018 (million tons)
Figure 22: Hog prices of Vietnam, 2016-2017 (VND/kg)
Figure 23: Prices of three-colored chickens sold at farms in Dong Nai (VND/kg)
Figure 24: Prices of white chickens sold at farms in Dong Nai (VND/kg)
Figure 25: Corn imports to Vietnam by year, 2012-2017 (million tons)
Figure 26: Corn imports to Vietnam by market for the first 10 months of 2017 and compared to the same period of 2016 (thousand tons)
Figure 27: Comparing import corn prices (converted in Vietnam dong) and actual prices of imported corn at Northern ports of commercial enterprises (VND/kg)
Figure 28: Comparing import corn prices (converted in Vietnam dong) and actual prices of imported corn at Southern ports of commercial enterprises (VND/kg)
Figure 29: Comparing import corn prices to Northern ports of commercial enterprises and production enterprises (US$/ton, CFR)
Figure 30: Comparing import corn prices to Southern ports of commercial enterprises and production enterprises (US$/ton, CFR)
Figure 31: Prices of South American corn imported to Northern ports and Southern ports, 2016-2017 (US$/ton, CFR)
Figure 32: Actual prices of South American corn sold at Southern ports and Northern ports in 2017 (VND/kg)
Figure 33: Prices of corn at furnaces in Son La (VND/kg)
Figure 34: Feed wheat imports to Vietnam, 2016-2017 (thousand tons)
Figure 35: Feed wheat imports to Vietnam by market for the first 10 months of 2017 and compared to the same period of 2016 (thousand tons)
Figure 36: Prices of feed wheat imported to Northern ports and Southern ports, 2016-2017 (US$/ton, CFR)
Figure 37: DDGS imports to Vietnam, 2012-2017 (thousand tons)
Figure 38: Prices of DDGS imported to Northern ports and Southern ports, 2016-2017 (US$/ton, CFR)
Figure 39: Rice bran imports to Vietnam by year, 2012-2017 (thousand tons)
Figure 40: Wheat bran imports to Vietnam by year, 2012-2017 (thousand tons)
Figure 41: Prices of rice bran imported to Northern ports and Southern ports, 2016-2017 (US$/ton, CFR)
Figure 42: Domestic rice bran prices in the South, 2016-2017 (VND/kg)
Figure 43: Prices of wheat bran imported to Northern ports and Southern ports, 2016-2017 (US$/ton, CFR)
Figure 44: Prices of tapioca chips in Quy Nhon and Tay Ninh, 2016-2017 (VND/kg)
Figure 45: Prices of corn, rice bran and tapioca chips in the South, 2016-2017 (VND/kg)
Figure 46: Soymeal imports to Vietnam, 2016-2017 (thousand tons)
Figure 47: Soymeal imports to Vietnam by market for the first 10 months of 2017 (thousand tons)
Figure 48: Prices of soymeal imported to Northern ports and Southern ports, 2016-10/2017 (US$/ton, CFR)
Figure 49: Comparing prices of soymeal imported to Northern ports of commercial enterprises and production enterprises (US$/ton, CFR)
Figure 50: Comparing prices of soymeal imported to Southern ports of commercial enterprises and production enterprises (US$/ton, CFR)
Figure 51: Comparing converted import soymeal prices and selling prices at Northern ports of commercial enterprises in 2017 (VND/kg)
Figure 52: Comparing converted import soymeal prices and selling prices at Southern ports of commercial enterprises in 2017 (VND/kg)
Figure 53: Offers for imported soymeal at Southern ports and Northern ports in 2017 (VND/kg)
Figure 54: Soymeal volume transported from the South to the North in 2017 (ton)
Figure 55: Imports of fishmeal, bone-meat meal to Vietnam, 2016-2017 (thousand tons)
Figure 56: Bone-meat meal imports to Vietnam by market for the first 10 months of 2017 and compared to the same period of 2016 (thousand tons)
Figure 57: Fishmeal imports to Vietnam by market for the first 10 months of 2017 and compared to the same period of 2016 (thousand tons)
Figure 58: Prices of Peruvian fishmeal imported to Northern ports and Southern ports, 2016-10/2017 (US$/ton, CFR)
Figure 59: Prices of sea fishmeal offered to aquafeed mills in Dong Thap in 2017 (VND/kg)
Figure 60: Prices of bone-meat meal imorted to Northern ports and Southern ports, 2016-10/2017 (US$/ton, CFR)
Figure 61: Industrial livestock and poultry feed production by type of animal, 2014-2018 (thousand tons)
Note: Data for 2017 and 2018 are estimated by AgroMonitor
Figure 62: Share of industrial livestock and poultry feed production by type of animal in 2018 (%)
Figure 63: Share of industrial livestock and poultry feed production by type of animal in 2017 (%)
Figure 64: Share of industrial livestock and poultry feed production by type of animal in 2016 (%)
Figure 65: Industrial livestock and poultry production share by region, 2017-2018 (thousand tons)
Figure 66: Industrial livestock and poultry feed production by enterprise, 2016-2017 (thousand tons)
Figure 67: Imports of feed ingredients by enterprise for the first 10 months of 2017 (thousand tons)
Figure 68: Imports of feed ingredients by enterprise in the North for the first 10 months of 2017 (thousand tons)
Figure 69: Imports of feed ingredients by enterprise in the South for the first 10 months of 2017 (thousand tons)
Figure 70: Feed ingredient imports by production enterprise for the first 10 months of 2017 (thousand tons)
Figure 71: Corn imports by production enterprise for the first 10 months of 2017 (thousand tons)
Figure 72: Soymeal imports by production enterprise for the first 10 months of 2017 (thousand tons)
Figure 73: Feed wheat imports by production enterprise for the first 10 months of 2017 (thousand tons)
Figure 74: Feed ingredient imports of commercial enterprises for the first 10 months of 2017 (thousand tons)
Figure 75: Corn imports by commercial enterprise for the first 10 months of 2017 (thousand tons)
Figure 76: Soymeal imports by commercial enterprise for the first 10 months of 2017 (thousand tons)
Figure 77: Feed wheat imports by commercial enterprise for the first 10 months of 2017 (thousand tons)
Figure 78: Livestock and poultry feed value chain
Figure 79: Share of livestock herds and poultry flocks of the North and the South (%)

 

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