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Hog & Pig Farming in the US: Market Research Report

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Hog & Pig Farming Market Research Report | NAICS 11221 | Jun 2014

Pigs fly: Profit and revenue return to healthy levels as downstream demand remains high

The Hog & Pig Farming market research report provides key industry analysis and industry statistics, measures market size, analyzes current and future industry trends and shows market share for the industry’s largest companies. IBISWorld publishes the largest collection of industry reports so you can see an industry’s supply chain, economic drivers and key buyers and markets.

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Market Share of Companies
Industry Statistics & Market Size
Revenue
$23bn
Annual Growth 09-14
10.6%
Annual Growth 14-19
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Profit
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Employment
129,004
Businesses
37,000
Industry Analysis & Industry Trends

This little pig stayed home

High oil and feed prices and internal and external competition have been hampering the industry over the past five years. Unfortunately, even with economic recovery on the horizon, the industry will continue to decline. Corn's strong ties to oil and the volatility that can arise from such a link will continue to keep industry firms chasing profit instead of making it. Also, competition from other meat sources in light of perceived health issues will hinder pork's popularity... purchase to read more

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While livestock raised in this industry are largely homogenous, hog and pig farming operations differentiate themselves according to their stage in the hog raising process. Generally, hog production is a 3-stage process, beginning with the farrowing and ending with finishing. The different types of industry farms include farrow-to-wean, farrow-to-feeder, nursery, farrow-to-finish and finish only farms.

Farrow-to-wean operations are the first stage in hog production; here, piglets are born and suckled by their mother for three weeks. Farrow-to-wean farms account for about 8.5% of industry operations. Next come nursery operations, where weaned piglets spend on average 8 weeks until they grow to about 50 pounds; nursery-only farms account for about 3.0% of industry farm... purchase to read more

 


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What is the Hog & Pig Farming Industry?

Establishments in this industry farm hogs and pigs in operations that include breeding, farrowing, weaning and raising feeder pigs or market-size hogs. The term "pig" usually refers to the domestic mammal when it is young or small, while "hog" is the name typically given to domesticated pigs that weigh more than 120 pounds. While hog feedlots are included in the industry, the transportation of the livestock is excluded.

Industry Products
Market hogsFeeder pigsCull stockBreeding stock
 
Industry Activities
Farrow-to-finish operationsFeeder pig farmingHog feedlots (except stockyards for transportation)Hog and pig farms (including breeding, farrowing, nursery and finishing activities)Weaning pig operations


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