Cattle stock by country


Country
Cattle stock
Brazil
217,399,800
India
214,350,000
China
113,500,000
United States
89,299,600
Ethiopia
54,000,000
Argentina
51,095,000
Sudan
41,917,000
Pakistan
38,300,000
Mexico
32,000,000
Australia
29,290,769
Bangladesh
24,000,000
Colombia
23,141,388
Tanzania
21,500,000
Nigeria
20,000,000
Russia
19,930,354
Kenya
19,500,000
France
19,095,797
Indonesia
16,607,000
Myanmar
14,700,000
Venezuela
14,500,000
South Africa
14,000,000
Turkey
13,916,924
Paraguay
13,376,456
Uganda
13,000,000
Germany
12,587,020
Canada
12,215,000
Uruguay
11,500,000
Niger
10,200,000
New Zealand
10,182,122
Madagascar
10,030,000
Mali
10,012,966
Uzbekistan
9,966,600
United Kingdom
9,844,000
Bolivia
8,847,434
Burkina Faso
8,800,000
Iran
8,670,000
Chad
7,800,000
Nepal
7,274,022
Ireland
6,902,600
Italy
6,091,500
Poland
5,859,541
Kazakhstan
5,851,227
Spain
5,696,910
Peru
5,556,188
Afghanistan
5,235,000
Viet Nam
5,156,700
Zimbabwe
5,150,000
Thailand
5,148,000
Ecuador
5,134,122
Cameroon
5,010,000
Guinea
4,965,000
Egypt
4,950,000
Somalia
4,870,000
Angola
4,695,000
Ukraine
4,645,900
Belarus
4,367,000
Central African Republic
4,300,000
Cuba
4,092,200
Japan
4,065,000
Netherlands
3,999,220
Nicaragua
3,740,000
Senegal
3,430,000
Guatemala
3,367,200
South Korea
3,342,131
Chile
3,305,365
Morocco
3,172,980
Zambia
3,100,000
Dominican Republic
3,000,000
Cambodia
2,900,000
Iraq
2,780,000
Honduras
2,774,000
Mongolia
2,550,000
Botswana
2,500,000
Philippines
2,497,908
Belgium
2,454,704
Azerbaijan
2,444,500
Namibia
2,370,000
Turkmenistan
2,250,000
Benin
2,116,000
Eritrea
2,080,000
Tajikistan
2,043,725
Romania
2,009,135
Austria
1,955,618
Algeria
1,950,000
Mauritania
1,850,000
Panama
1,723,000
Laos
1,700,000
Yemen
1,700,000
Mozambique
1,690,000
Denmark
1,614,644
Cote d'Ivoire
1,585,585
Switzerland
1,563,214
Ghana
1,550,000
Sweden
1,496,526
Portugal
1,471,000
Haiti
1,465,000
Kyrgyzstan
1,404,168
Czech Republic
1,352,822
Costa Rica
1,300,000
Malawi
1,241,744
Sri Lanka
1,240,000
Rwanda
1,140,000
Georgia
1,128,800
El Salvador
1,127,000
Serbia
913,144
Finland
911,847
Norway
849,984
Syria
830,000
Malaysia
792,000
Burundi
777,786
Hungary
760,000
Congo, DRC
750,000
Lithuania
729,200
Greece
679,000
Guinea-Bissau
670,000
Lesotho
665,000
Armenia
661,003
Tunisia
655,000
Swaziland
635,000
North Korea
590,000
Sierra Leone
578,000
Bulgaria
526,112
Saudi Arabia
510,000
Albania
498,000
Slovakia
471,091
Israel
465,000
Slovenia
460,063
Bosnia & Herzegovina
446,893
Croatia
442,000
Togo
435,000
Latvia
393,000
Gambia
380,000
Puerto Rico
380,000
Oman
350,000
Bhutan
348,990
Congo
337,000
Fiji
312,000
Djibouti
298,000
Estonia
261,400
The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
238,333
Libya
198,500
Luxembourg
193,623
Moldova
191,200
Vanuatu
173,000
Jamaica
170,000
Timor-Leste
160,000
China, Taiwan Province of
135,000
Guyana
112,900
United Arab Emirates
108,500
Papua New Guinea
93,000
New Caledonia
92,000
Belize
91,400
Montenegro
84,000
Lebanon
80,000
Guadeloupe
75,000
Jordan
69,000
Iceland
68,014
Suriname
58,700
Cyprus
57,000
Comoros
50,000
Cape Verde
47,500
Liberia
42,000
Gabon
38,000
Kuwait
36,000
Trinidad & Tobago
34,500
Occupied Palestinian Territory
33,980
Réunion
30,000
Samoa
30,000
Martinique
18,000
Malta
15,220
Solomon Is.
15,000
French Guiana
14,500
Dominica
14,000
Micronesia
14,000
Tonga
11,700
Barbados
11,200
Qatar
11,000
St. Lucia
11,000
Bahrain
10,500
Montserrat
10,000
Virgin Is.
8,100
French Polynesia
7,400
Mauritius
7,000
St. Kitts & Nevis
6,500
Liechtenstein
6,350
Equatorial Guinea
5,300
Antigua & Barbuda
5,000
St. Vincent & the Grenadines
5,000
Grenada
4,500
Falkland Is.
4,300
British Virgin Is.
2,400
Faroe Is.
2,300
Cayman Is.
1,950
China, Hong Kong SAR
1,600
Sao Tome & Principe
1,141
Brunei
800
Bahamas
750
Saint Helena, Ascension & Tristan da Cunha
700
Bermuda
660
Seychelles
300
Singapore
200
Guam
140
Cook Is.
130
Niue
115
American Samoa
110
Wallis & Futuna
60
St. Pierre & Miquelon
36
Greenland
15


Source: faostat.fao.org & vividmaps.com

See also:
- Annual meat consumption per capita
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