Weight of graded animals in New Zealand
By market, year ended September 1982–2018, tonnes
Graded numbers are those animals inspected by veterinarians and passed fit for consumption on local and export markets
Weight at slaughter, or hot weight, is the weight of the inspected animal after the head, knuckles, intestines and pelt have been removed but before drying, cooling or further processing has taken place.
Total Kill = Graded + Condemned
Data provided by
Livestock Slaughtering: Total New Zealand by kill by animal type (Annual-Sep) September 2018
How to find the data
At URL provided, select 'Industry sectors > Livestock Slaughtering - LSS > Total New Zealand by kill by animal type (Annual-Sep)'. All variables except 'Pigs (under 50kg), Pigs (50-64.9kg), Pigs (65-74.9kg), Pigs (75-84.9kg), Pigs (85-94.9kg), Pigs (95kg and above), and Choppers' were selected to create this dataset.
Import & extraction details
From the dataset Livestock Slaughtering: Total New Zealand by kill by animal type (Annual-Sep) September 2018, this data was extracted:
- Rows: 6-42
- Columns: 2-761
- Provided: 14,052 data points
This data forms the table Livestock - Livestock slaughtering by kill status by animal type (Annual-Sep) 1982–2018.
Dataset originally released on:
December 04, 2018