Livestock in Germany, 1873 to 2000.
- Statistisches Bundesamt
- Historical Studies Data
AbstractThis datacompilation covers selective results of livestock-census of cattle, pigs, poultry, sheep, horses, goats and stocks of bees. The first livestock-census was in 1873. Firstly it was collected in larger time-intervals. Since 1925 the livestock-census was collected annually. Within the framework of the animal production statistics the livestock of the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG) are collected annually in December. Additionally interim census of cattle and sheep are collected in June and of pigs in April and August. Only each fourth year gees and stocks of bees are also collected. Topics: Datatables in HISTAT (research- and downloadsystem Historical Statistics): A. German Empire (Deutsches Reich): - Livestock of the German Empire (1873-1940) - Livestock of the German Empire, according to Ernst Wagemann (1873-1934) B. German Empire, former Federal Republic of Germany (FRG), Germany: - Livestock of Germany (1873-2000)
1873 / 2000
German Reich (1871-1945) (DXDE)
1873 to 1937: German Empire (in its borders at the respective points of time); 1938/39: territory of 31.12.1937. Ab 1949: Federal Republic of Germany (former federal territory in the territory until 3.10.1990); - 1949 to 1956: Territory of the Federal Republic of Germany without Saarland and Berlin; - since 1957: Federal territory including Saarland and Berlin. - since 1991: Germany (in ist borders of 3.10.1990).
Sources: Published Data of the official statistics: Statistical Office of the German Reich, Berlin; Federal statistical office of Germany, Wiesbaden.
Number of Units: 127
Number of Variables: 62
- ZA8308 (Type: ZA-No.)
Siehe die unter ‚Quelle’ in den Datentabellen aufgeführten Primärquellen (Veröffentlichungen des Statistischen Reichsamtes bzw. des Statistischen Bundesamtes zur Land- und Forstwirtschaft, Fischerei).
Update Metadata: 2021-04-07 | Issue Number: 75 | Registration Date: 2010-07-23