Evaluation of the Economic Loss of Livestock Industry under the Risk of Animal Epidemic

  • Ran Liu
Keywords: Animal Epidemic, Breeding Risk, Control System, Economic Losses


In recent years, China's animal husbandry industry has developed rapidly, and China has become one
of the world's largest breeding countries. At the same time, animal epidemics also occur frequently in China,
causing huge economic losses to China's breeding industry. To this end, China has introduced a series of animal
breeding epidemic prevention and control management systems, in order to minimize the economic losses of
China's animal husbandry and animal husbandry when animal outbreaks occur. The purpose of this article is to
solve the problems in the prevention and control of animal epidemics in China and the economic system of
animal husbandry. Through the establishment of a scientific data economic evaluation theoretical model, a
reasonably sound anti-animal epidemic risk system is constructed. On this basis, the government is proposed
Regarding the epidemic situation compensation standards, relevant laws and regulations have been established.
China has established an animal epidemic safety prevention and control investigation team to conduct a lot of
scientific and objective investigation and research on animal epidemic conditions. The results of the study show
that on average, each outbreak of an animal epidemic will kill 35.78 million animals and cause direct economic
losses of up to 86.035 billion yuan. Among them, nearly 72% of the farmers will have unsaleable products, 85%
of the farmers will choose to lower the price to deal with planting, 55% of the farmers will not be able to open
up funds, and 36% of the farmers will choose to give up continuing to engage in the breeding industry.