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The stocks of cattle and buffaloes in Pakistan

82,100,000 Head in 2017

Between 1968 and 2017, cattle and buffaloes of Pakistan grew substantially from 23.5 million to 82.1 million head rising at an increasing annual rate that reached a maximum of 12.62 % in 2006 and then decreased to 3.40 % in 2017.

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Date Value Change, %
2017 82,100,000.00 3.40 %
2016 79,400,000.00 3.36 %
2015 76,821,000.00 3.40 %
2014 74,296,000.00 3.40 %
2013 71,854,000.00 3.25 %
2012 69,595,000.00 3.42 %
2011 67,292,000.00 5.64 %
2010 63,698,000.00 1.25 %
2009 62,912,000.00 3.42 %
2008 60,832,000.00 3.42 %
2007 58,820,000.00 3.39 %
2006 56,893,796.00
India 298,433,203 Head in 2017 FAO
China 106,826,931 Head in 2017 FAO
Bangladesh 25,413,000 Head in 2017 FAO
Nepal 12,525,485 Head in 2017 FAO
Uzbekistan 12,471,000 Head in 2017 FAO
Kazakhstan 6,774,594 Head in 2017 FAO
Afghanistan 4,977,000 Head in 2017 FAO
Mongolia 4,388,455 Head in 2017 FAO
Japan 3,822,000 Head in 2017 FAO
Asses 5,200,000 Head in 2017 FAO
Bovine 3,502 Head in 2016 FAO
Camels 1,100,000 Head in 2017 FAO
Cattle 44,400,000 Head in 2017 FAO
Goats 72,200,000 Head in 2017 FAO
Horse 400,000 Head in 2017 FAO
Pigeons 1000 Head in 2013 FAO
Rabbits and Hares 1000 US$ in 2015 FAO
Sheep 30,100,000 Head in 2017 FAO
Sheep and Goats 102,300,000 Head in 2017 FAO

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