Extensive stock-raising and diary farming (cattle fattening and dairying, pig fattening and laying-hen husbandry) play a very important role in Austria due mainly to the natural production conditions and a farmer-based ownership structure. In exposed mountain regions in particular, livestock farming that maximises the use of grassland represents a significant economic sector.
While surveys of livestock in Austria regularly supply information on stocks of farm animals, the statistics on animal production, e.g. milk statistics, poultry statistics, etc., provide users with extensive data material on highly specialised economic branches in agriculture that are also of great importance for Austria as a whole.
|12.10.2020||Game shot increased remarkably in the hunting year 2019/2020|
|21.08.2020||Number of cattle declined in 2020, pig stock increased compared to the previous year|
|25.06.2020||Raw milk production 2019: less cow and sheep milk, increasing goat milk production|
|14.02.2020||Number of examined pig and cattle slaughterings decreased in 2019|
|14.02.2020||Livestock 2019: slightly fewer cattle; pig, sheep and goat populations largely stable|
|31.01.2020||Chicken production 2019: less eggs for hatching, more slaughterings|
|18.12.2019||Food fish production from domestic aquaculture increased by 6% in 2018|
|11.10.2019||Hunting year 2018/2019: number of game shot decreased by 2.8%|
|22.08.2019||Number of cattle and pigs slightly decreased compared to previous year|
|25.06.2019||Raw milk production 2018: cow, sheep and goat milk production increased|
|14.02.2019||Livestock 2018: number of cattle and pigs declining; growth in sheep and goats|
|06.02.2019||Chicken production 2018: number of eggs for hatching and slaughterings increased|
|06.02.2019||Number of examined slaughterings slightly increased in 2018|
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