Volume of cattle slaughtered in Norway 1996-2018

This statistic displays the volume of slaughtered cattle in Norway in selected years from 1996 to 2018. In 2018, a total of 89,731 metric tons of cattle were slaughtered for meat production. The volume fluctuated during this period, peaking in 2006, with roughly 87 thousand metric tons of cattle been slaughtered. The lowest amount of cattle been slaughtered in Norway was recorded in 2012, when the volume was approximately 78 thousand metric tons.

Volume of slaughtered cattle in Norway in selected years from 1996 to 2018

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Release date

October 2019



Survey time period

1996 to 2018

Special properties

incl. classified, discarded and deceased animals

Supplementary notes

Some figures have been taken from previous publications.

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