Cattle Slaughtering in Panama up to October 2018

Between January and October 2018 and the same period in 2017, the number of slaughtered animals was unchanged, while the number of pigs slaughtered increased by 10%.

Thursday, November 15, 2018

According to the latest data from the General Comptroller of Panama, in the first ten months of the year, 270.120 head of cattle were slaughtered, a similar figure to the 270.134 reported in the same period of 2017.

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The report details that in the pig’s case, the heads slaughtered for the periods in question grew 10% from 444,682 to 486,945. Statistics show that the number of pigs classified by males and females reported increases in both cases, registering 8% and 11% respectively.

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Regarding the year on year variations reported in October 2018, a 1% increase is reported in terms of the number of cattle slaughtered and 2% in pigs.

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