Kyrgyzstan registers increase in livestock for 2022

Kyrgyzstan Materials 15 February 2023 11:36 (UTC +04:00)
Alyona Pavlenko
Alyona Pavlenko
Read more

BAKU, Azerbaijan, February 15. The number of livestock in Kyrgyzstan increased in 2022, according to the National Statistical Committee of Kyrgyzstan, Trend reports via Kyrgyz media.

The number of livestock in 2022 amounted to 15.1 million heads of cattle, which increased by 2.5 percent over the preceding year (14.7 million heads of cattle).

Notably, the number of poultry amounted to 6.3 million in 2022, with a significant increase of 444,000 heads.

At the same time, the number of sheep and goats subsequently decreased by 77,100 heads and amounted to 6.2 million.

The number of horned cattle reached 1.7 million, with an increase of 33,002 heads compared to 2021.

The number of horses counted in the country last year was 533,979 heads, decreasing by 13,274 heads over 2021.

The accounting included the number of livestock and poultry located in state and collective farms, subsidiary farms of enterprises and organizations, farmer farms, farms of individual entrepreneurs engaged in agricultural production, as well as personal subsidiary farms.