LER INDUSTRY PRODUCTION BROILER INDUSTRY PRODUCTION REPORT: SEPTEMBER 2016

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LER INDUSTRY PRODUCTION

BROILER INDUSTRY PRODUCTION REPORT: SEPTEMBER 2016  

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The revised 2013 standards were applied in the broiler production forecasting models from January 2013 onwards and were fully implemented by November 2013. Two methods are used to produce the data summarised in this report: 1. Based on the number of female parent chicks placed, the forecasting model predicts:  The number of 20-week-old parent hens that will be transferred;  The number of hatching eggs that will be produced;  The number of broiler chicks that will hatch;  The number of broilers that will be slaughtered.  This information is deemed to reflect the industry potential. 2. Based on the number of day-old broiler chicks hatched as supplied by commercial hatcheries, the model predicts:  The number of broilers that will be slaughtered.  This information is deemed to reflect the actual production and is regarded as a true reflection of the industry performance. Comparisons are made between potential and actual figures as a means of validating both the model assumptions and the data supplied by the industry. The reliability of the model output is dependent on the supply of accurate monthly data from broiler hatcheries and broiler breeder operations. Thank you to our regular contributors.

TABLE 1: BROILER BREEDER PRODUCTION STANDARDS: 2011

2013

2011

2013

Broiler Breeder Flock: Mortality to 20 weeks of age:

5.6%

5.6%

5.6%

5.6%

Laying Cycle: 20 weeks to

60 weeks

60 weeks

61 weeks

61 weeks

Mortality during the laying cycle:

8.7%

8.1%

8.8%

8.2%

Broiler Breeder Performance Total eggs per hen housed

151.7

166.1

154.0

169.2

Hatching eggs per hen housed:

141.2

150.6

143.4

153.5

Broiler chicks per hen housed:

122.3

126.8

124.0

128.7

DISCLAIMER: INFORMATION IN THIS REPORT REFLECTS ASSUMPTIONS AND ALSO ACTUAL DATA. THE PROJECTIONS PRESENTED IN THE REPORT ARE BASED UPON SPECIFIC PRODUCTION STANDARDS AND INDICATE HISTORIC AND FORECASTED TRENDS ONLY.

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1.

BROILER BREEDERS

Day-old parent pullets placed An average of 177 500 day-old parent pullets was placed per week in September 2016 (Graph 1). This was an increase of 4 300 parent pullets (+2.5%) compared to the previous month and a decrease of 15 100 parent pullets (-7.8%) compared to the same month of the previous year. In total 798 900 day-old parent pullets were placed in September 2016; this was a month-on-month increase of 19 200 parent pullets (+2.5%) and a year-on-year decrease of 19 700 parent pullets (-2.4%). Day-Old Broiler Parents Placed (Average Per Week To September 2016)

Thousands 210

C h i c k s

200 190 180

P e r

170 160

W e e 150 k 140

Jul.2016

Apr.2016

Jan.2016

Oct.2015

Jul.2015

Apr.2015

Jan.2015

Oct.2014

Jul.2014

Apr.2014

Jan.2014

Oct.2013

Jul.2013

Apr.2013

Jan.2013

Oct.2012

Jul.2012

Apr.2012

Jan.2012

Oct.2011

Jul.2011

Apr.2011

Jan.2011

GRAPH 1: Day-old broiler female parents placed Broiler breeder flock The average number of breeder hens for the month under review was 7.044 million (Graph 2). This was an increase of 9 800 hens (+0.1%) compared to August 2016, and an increase of 222 500 hens (+3.3%) compared to September 2015. The average age of the breeder flock was 40.3 weeks. By December 2016 the breeder flock is expected to comprise 7.036 million hens; a 0.1% decrease on September’s figure. The average number of breeder hens for January to December of 2016 is forecasted to be 7.019 million (Graph 3).

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Average Broiler Breeder Flock Laying Cycle : 20 To 61 Weeks Of Age

Millions B r o i l e r

43.0

7.1

42.5

7.0

42.0 A

6.9

41.5

v e 41.0 r 40.5 a g 40.0 e

6.8 6.7 6.6 6.5

39.5

6.4

39.0 A

6.3

g

6.1

38.5 e 38.0

6.0

37.5

6.2

Oct.2016

Jul.2016

Apr.2016

Jan.2016

Oct.2015

Avg. Flock age

Jul.2015

Apr.2015

Jan.2015

Oct.2014

Jul.2014

Apr.2014

Average Breeders per Month

Jan.2014

Oct.2013

Jul.2013

Apr.2013

Jan.2013

Oct.2012

Jul.2012

Apr.2012

Jan.2012

Oct.2011

Jul.2011

Apr.2011

Jan.2011

B r e e d e r s

7.2

Parent Flock Trend

GRAPH 2: Monthly broiler breeder flock and average hen age

Millions

Average Broiler Breeders Per Annum

7.1 7.0

B r e e d e r

7.019

6.9 6.8 6.770

6.7

6.716

6.6 6.601

H e n s

6.5

6.520

6.4 6.385 6.3 6.2 2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

to Dec 2016

Year

GRAPH 3: Annual average number of broiler breeder hens 3

2.

BROILER CHICK PLACEMENTS

Actual placement: Broiler hatcheries produced 21.046 million day-old chicks per week in September 2016 (Graph 4, dotted line). Compared to August 2016 this was an increase of 1.563 million chicks (+8.0%). Compared to September 2015 this was an increase of 702 500 chicks (+3.5%). In total 94.707 million broiler chicks were hatched during the month under review. Annual broiler chick placements, from 2011 to 2015, are shown in Graph 5. Industry Potential: Based on the forecasting model, potential production of 21.765 million broiler chicks per week was projected for September 2016. Actual production was 719 100 chicks (-3.3%) lower than the potential figure.

Broiler Chick Placements Per Week (Breeder Cycle : 20 To 61 Weeks Of Age)

Millions B r o i l e r C h i c k s

22.00 21.75 21.50 21.25 21.00 20.75 20.50 20.25 20.00 19.75 19.50 19.25 19.00 18.75 18.50 18.25 18.00 17.75 17.50 17.25 17.00

Oct.2016

Jul.2016

Apr.2016

Jan.2016

Oct.2015

Jul.2015

Apr.2015

Jan.2015

Oct.2014

Jul.2014

Apr.2014

Jan.2014

Oct.2013

Jul.2013

Apr.2013

Jan.2013

Oct.2012

Jul.2012

Apr.2012

Jan.2012

Oct.2011

Jul.2011

Apr.2011

Jan.2011

Forecast based on Parents placed

Actual broiler chicks hatched

GRAPH 4: Day-old chick placements per week

Note: Actual placements (the dashed trend line) show to September 2016; potential placements (based on the forecasting model) are given to December 2016.

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Actual Broiler Chicks Placed (Million per Annum) 1 075

B r o i l e r

1 060

1 050

P r 1 025 o d u 1 000 C c h e 975 i d c k 950 s

1 023 1 007 992 978

925 2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Year

GRAPH 5: Actual broiler chicks placed per annum

3.

BROILER PRODUCTION

Actual production: On average 18.497 million broilers were produced per week in September 2016 (Graph 6). This was 0.697 million birds (-3.6%) less than the previous month and 1.724 million birds (-8.5%) less than the same month of the previous year. In total 79.271 million broilers were produced for slaughter in the month under review. Annual broiler production, from 2011 to 2015, is shown in Graph 7. Annual average production per week for the same period is illustrated in Graph 8.

Industry Potential: Potentially 20.583 million broilers per week were projected for slaughter in September 2016. Actual production per week was 10.1% less.

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Millions B r o i l e r s

Weekly Broiler Production Per Month

20.5 20.0 19.5 19.0 18.5

P 18.0 e 17.5 r 17.0

Oct.2016

Jul.2016

Apr.2016

Jan.2016

Oct.2015

Jul.2015

Apr.2015

Jan.2015

Oct.2014

Jul.2014

Forecast based on parents placed

Apr.2014

Jan.2014

Oct.2013

Jul.2013

Apr.2013

Jan.2013

Oct.2012

Jul.2012

Apr.2012

Jan.2012

Oct.2011

Jul.2011

Apr.2011

Jan.2011

W 16.5 e e 16.0 k

Based on actual broiler chicks hatched

GRAPH 6: Average number of broilers slaughtered per week

Annual Broiler Production (Based On Actual Broiler Chicks Placed)

Millions 1 030

T 1 010 o t 990 a l 970 B r o i l e r s

1 002.9

961.6

950 948.4 940.4

930 925.7 910 890 870 850 2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Year

GRAPH 7: The total number of broilers slaughtered per annum 6

Note: Graphs 7 and 8 reflect actual, not potential production, and must therefore be viewed in conjunction with the dashed trend line on Graph 6. Average Broiler Production Per Week (Based On Actual Broiler Chicks Placed)

Millions 19.5

B r o i 19.0 l e r 18.5 s P r 18.0 o d u 17.5 c e d

19.227

18.431 18.140 18.021 17.757

17.0 2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Year

GRAPH 8: Average weekly production per annum

3. BROILER AND BREEDER MEAT PRODUCTION The forecasting model predicted 2 700 tonnes would result from the culling of breeder hens and cocks in September 2016. This was 21 tonnes (+0.8%) more than August 2016, and 160 tonnes (-5.6%) less than September 2015. Actual tonnes of broiler meat produced in September 2016 was 156 300. This was 11 300 tonnes (-6.7%) less than August 2016, and 14 600 tonnes (-8.5%) less than September 2015. Actual production was 17 600 tonnes (-10.1%) less than that which was predicted by the forecasting model for September 2016. The current predicament of the broiler industry finds the forecasting model’s potential data consistently higher than the actual figures. These discrepancies are caused by cutbacks in production as the industry struggles to survive. Broiler and breeder meat combined resulted in 159 000 tonnes in September 2016. Graph 9 illustrates the minor contribution of the parent stock to overall meat production, and compares potential (dotted line) to actual broiler production. It will be interesting to track the broiler tonnes in the upcoming months given the challenges facing the broiler industry at present. All breeder sales are assumed to be live, whilst a broiler slaughter weight of 1.8 kg, revised from 1.85 kg in July 2015, was used. Total broiler production includes all saleable offal.

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Thousands

Broiler and Breeder Meat Production

200 180 160 140

T o 120 n 100 n e 80 s 60 40 20 0

Jul.2016

Apr.2016

Jan.2016

Oct.2015

Potential - Breeders

Jul.2015

Apr.2015

Jan.2015

Oct.2014

Jul.2014

Apr.2014

Jan.2014

Oct.2013

Jul.2013

Apr.2013

Jan.2013

Oct.2012

Jul.2012

Apr.2012

Jan.2012

Oct.2011

Jul.2011

Apr.2011

Jan.2011

Actual - Broilers

Potential - Broilers

GRAPH 9: Monthly meat production of broilers and breeders 4.

BROILER VOLUME AND PRICE Graph 10 shows the relationships between year-on-year changes in volumes, producer price and the PPI deflated price. A % change > 0 indicates growth in the current month compared to the same month of the previous year. It must be pointed out that the PPI, as published by STATS SA and used to calculate the deflated price, is an indicator of the general change in production costs in South Africa, not specifically poultry costs. Negative growth in supply is usually followed by positive growth in prices, as seen on the graph at the start and towards the end of 2013. The local industry has grown for much of 2014 and 2015 and this has caused a downward trend in year-on-year producer price increases, which have been positive since February 2013, only dipping into the negative from March 2016 to July 2016, before shifting back to the positive in August and September 2016. The PPI deflated price (the brown dotted line on Graph 10) is a measure of real producer price increases without the effect of inflation. Broiler producers enjoyed positive growth in the producer price from October 2014 to October 2015. This trend began to change in late 2015 with the negative growth gaining momentum up to July 2016, only showing signs of slowing in August and September 2016.

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% Change In Actual Broiler Production And Broiler Price (Variation On Same Month Of Previous Year)

25 20

% 15 10

C h 5 a n 0 g e -5

-10

Jul.2016

Apr.2016

Jan.2016

Oct.2015

Jul.2015

% Change in Producer Price (Including Offal)

Apr.2015

Jan.2015

Oct.2014

Jul.2014

Apr.2014

Jan.2014

Oct.2013

Jul.2013

Apr.2013

Jan.2013

Oct.2012

% Change in Volume

Jul.2012

Apr.2012

Jan.2012

Oct.2011

Jul.2011

Apr.2011

Jan.2011

-15

% Change in PPI Deflated Price

GRAPH 10: Year on year % change in supply and price 5. DEPOPULATION OF LAYERS Graph 11 shows the number of broiler breeder hens expected to be culled on a monthly basis. In December 2016, 724 000 old hens will be depopulated from broiler breeder farms. Total Broiler Parent Hens Depopulated Per Month (4 or 5 Weeks per Month)

Thousands 775 750

H e 725 n s 700

760 744 734

726

724

712 701

P 675 e 650 r

672 656

654

637

625

M o 600 n t 575 h

623

550 525 Dec 16/5wk

Jan 17

Feb 17

Mar 17/5wk

Apr 17 May 17

Jun 17/5wk

Jul 17

Aug Sep 17 17/5wk

Oct 17

Nov 17/5wk

GRAPH 11: Monthly depopulation of broiler parent hens at 61 weeks of age 9

6. FEED USAGE The estimated feed tonnages for September 2016 are as follows:  Broiler breeder rearing: 8 038 tonnes;  Broiler breeder laying: 36 003 tonnes;  Broiler: 242 404 tonnes. Graph 12 shows the estimated annual feed consumption of broiler feed.

Millions

Broiler Feed Usage

3.05 3.00

F e e d

2.996 2.95 2.90 2.884

( t o n n e s

2.85 2.837 2.80 2.75

2.807 2.769

) 2.70 2.65

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Year

GRAPH 12: Annual feed consumed by broilers

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The industry statistics are summarised in the Key Results table below:

BROILER INDUSTRY : KEY RESULTS - September 2016

Day-old Parent pullets placed

Broilers Slaughtered (based on actual chicks)

Calendar Days

/Month

/Month

/Month

/Week

Average

/Month

/Week

/Month

/Week

September 2016

18

30

798 858

177 524

7 044 220

94 707 252

21 046 056

79 271 271

18 496 630

August 2016

18

31

779 622

173 249

7 034 450

87 673 092

19 482 909

85 002 278

19 194 063

19 236 2.47%

4 275 2.47%

9 770 0.14%

7 034 160 8.02%

1 563 147 8.02%

-5 731 007 -6.74%

-697 433 -3.63%

Month on Month

Change % Change Year on Year

Breeder hens

Actual Broiler Chicks placed

Hatch days

/Month

/Month

/Month

/Week

Average

/Month

/Week

/Month

/Week

September 2016

18

30

798 858

177 524

7 044 220

94 707 252

21 046 056

79 271 271

18 496 630

September 2015

17

30

818 553

192 601

6 821 691

86 460 203

20 343 577

86 658 997

20 220 433

-19 695 -2.41%

-15 077 -7.83%

222 529 3.26%

8 247 049 9.54%

702 479 3.45%

-7 387 726 -8.53%

-1 723 803 -8.53%

Change % Change Full year forecast

/Year

/Year

/Year

/Week

Average

/Year

/Week

/Year

/Week

Jan>Dec 2015

209

365

9 682 571

185 412

6 716 156

1 059 860 678

20 319 116

1 002 914 693

19 226 748

Jan>Dec 2014

208

365

9 050 063

173 858

6 600 517

1 023 465 589

19 701 102

961 640 162

18 430 649

632 508 6.99%

11 554 6.65%

115 640 1.75%

36 395 089 3.56%

618 013 3.14%

41 274 531 4.29%

796 099 4.32%

Change % Change YTD forecast

/Period

/Period

/Period

/Week

Average

/Period

/Week

/Period

/Week

Jan>Sep 2016

157

274

7 141 055

181 926

7 004 124

804 028 767

20 492 984

746 273 772

19 060 949

Jan>Sep 2015

156

273

7 149 507

183 451

6 685 914

798 520 179

20 506 670

747 730 720

19 165 981

-8 452 -0.12%

-1 525 -0.83%

318 211 4.76%

5 508 588 0.69%

-13 685 -0.07%

-1 456 948 -0.19%

-105 032 -0.55%

Change % Change

NOTE: Month or Period: Refers to a calendar month or period Week: Refers to an average 7 day week of which all 7 days fall within the specified month or period

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APPENDIX A BROILER BREEDER PRODUCTION STANDARDS 2013 STANDARDS Below, please find the approved 2013 standards as agreed upon at the Chick Producer Organisation Meeting held on 15 August 2013. PARAMETERS : 2013

Ind.s urv.ra te : Pa r.Rea ri ng (20Wk) Ind.s urv.ra te : Pa r.La yi ng (61Wk)

Henday Production Age (weeks) 0 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 100 60 weeks 61 Weeks 63 weeks 64 Weeks

ROL %

0.08 2.27 16.05 29.21 55.04 73.59 82.28 84.89 85.82 86.07 85.00 83.92 82.30 81.51 80.65 78.75 78.33 77.03 75.64 74.04 73.30 72.06 70.67 69.52 67.81 66.63 65.55 64.36 63.25 61.62 60.19 58.95 57.77 56.46 55.30 54.37 53.08 51.26 49.33 47.85 46.14 44.47 42.79

Total eggs/wk

0.01 0.16 1.12 2.04 3.85 5.15 5.76 5.94 6.01 6.03 5.95 5.87 5.76 5.71 5.65 5.51 5.48 5.39 5.30 5.18 5.13 5.04 4.95 4.87 4.75 4.66 4.59 4.50 4.43 4.31 4.21 4.13 4.04 3.95 3.87 3.81 3.72 3.59 3.45 3.35 3.23 3.11 3.00

177.23 186.57

Hatching Eggs %

42.36% 72.33% 80.18% 84.91% 88.91% 90.34% 91.39% 91.85% 92.37% 92.94% 93.27% 93.56% 93.53% 93.47% 93.56% 93.67% 93.70% 93.56% 93.47% 93.66% 93.75% 93.71% 93.82% 93.80% 93.75% 93.90% 94.04% 94.00% 94.05% 94.08% 94.03% 93.99% 94.19% 94.20% 94.22% 94.00% 94.03% 93.89% 93.79% 93.69%

Eggs set per hen

0.87 2.79 4.13 4.89 5.28 5.43 5.51 5.47 5.43 5.35 5.32 5.28 5.16 5.13 5.05 4.96 4.86 4.80 4.71 4.63 4.56 4.45 4.38 4.30 4.22 4.16 4.06 3.96 3.88 3.80 3.72 3.64 3.58 3.50 3.38 3.25 3.15 3.03 2.92 2.81

157.87 161.02

0.9440 0.9178

Hen housed Production Hatch %

73.4% 76.9% 79.9% 83.6% 85.7% 86.6% 87.5% 87.8% 88.5% 88.1% 88.4% 88.2% 87.8% 87.0% 87.8% 87.4% 87.2% 87.1% 86.4% 85.6% 85.0% 84.8% 84.0% 83.3% 82.7% 82.7% 81.6% 80.9% 80.5% 80.2% 79.6% 78.6% 78.4% 77.0% 75.7% 70.4% 68.1% 67.0% 64.7% 62.5%

Chicks/ Hen

0.64 2.14 3.30 4.09 4.53 4.70 4.82 4.80 4.80 4.72 4.70 4.66 4.52 4.46 4.43 4.34 4.23 4.18 4.07 3.97 3.88 3.77 3.68 3.59 3.49 3.44 3.31 3.20 3.12 3.05 2.96 2.86 2.81 2.70 2.56 2.28 2.15 2.03 1.89 1.75 132.78 134.93

ROL %

0.08 2.26 15.94 28.94 54.41 72.56 80.94 83.30 84.01 84.05 82.81 81.56 79.80 78.85 77.83 75.83 75.26 73.84 72.35 70.67 69.81 68.48 67.02 65.79 64.05 62.80 61.67 60.42 59.27 57.63 56.19 54.93 53.72 52.40 51.23 50.28 48.99 47.23 45.36 43.92 42.27 40.65 39.05

Total eggs/wk

Eggs set per hen

0.01 0.16 1.12 2.03 3.81 5.08 5.67 5.83 5.88 5.88 5.80 5.71 5.59 5.52 5.45 5.31 5.27 5.17 5.06 4.95 4.89 4.79 4.69 4.61 4.48 4.40 4.32 4.23 4.15 4.03 3.93 3.84 3.76 3.67 3.59 3.52 3.43 3.31 3.18 3.07 2.96 2.85 2.73

0.86 2.75 4.07 4.81 5.18 5.31 5.38 5.32 5.27 5.19 5.15 5.10 4.96 4.92 4.84 4.74 4.64 4.57 4.48 4.39 4.32 4.20 4.12 4.05 3.97 3.90 3.79 3.70 3.62 3.54 3.45 3.37 3.31 3.23 3.11 2.98 2.89 2.78 2.67 2.56

166.08 169.15

150.62 153.51

Chicks/ Hen

0.63 2.12 3.25 4.02 4.44 4.60 4.71 4.67 4.67 4.58 4.55 4.49 4.36 4.28 4.25 4.15 4.04 3.98 3.87 3.76 3.67 3.56 3.46 3.37 3.28 3.22 3.09 2.99 2.91 2.84 2.75 2.65 2.60 2.49 2.36 2.10 1.97 1.86 1.73 1.60 126.76 128.73

Cum. chicks/ Hen

0.63 2.75 6.00 10.02 14.46 19.06 23.77 28.44 33.11 37.68 42.23 46.73 51.08 55.37 59.61 63.76 67.80 71.78 75.65 79.42 83.08 86.65 90.11 93.49 96.76 99.99 103.08 106.07 108.98 111.82 114.56 117.21 119.81 122.30 124.66 126.76 128.73 130.59 132.31 133.92

Survival rate

0.9987 0.9972 0.9957 0.9943 0.9927 0.9907 0.9885 0.9861 0.9837 0.9813 0.9789 0.9765 0.9742 0.9719 0.9696 0.9673 0.9651 0.9629 0.9607 0.9586 0.9565 0.9544 0.9524 0.9503 0.9484 0.9464 0.9445 0.9426 0.9407 0.9389 0.9371 0.9353 0.9335 0.9317 0.9300 0.9282 0.9265 0.9247 0.9230 0.9212 0.9195 0.9178 0.9160 0.9143 0.9126

Mort.rate /week

0.0013 0.0014 0.0015 0.0014 0.0016 0.0020 0.0022 0.0024 0.0024 0.0024 0.0024 0.0024 0.0023 0.0023 0.0023 0.0023 0.0022 0.0022 0.0022 0.0021 0.0021 0.0021 0.0020 0.0020 0.0020 0.0020 0.0019 0.0019 0.0019 0.0018 0.0018 0.0018 0.0018 0.0018 0.0018 0.0017 0.0017 0.0017 0.0017 0.0017 0.0017 0.0017 0.0017 0.0017 0.0017

8.05 8.22

177.69

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APPENDIX B - WEEKLY SCHEDULE Weekly schedule for 2016

Week no. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52

Starting Reporting Monday month 04-Jan-16 January 11-Jan-16 2016 18-Jan-16 25-Jan-16 01-Feb-16 February 08-Feb-16 2016 15-Feb-16 22-Feb-16 29-Feb-16 March 07-Mar-16 2016 14-Mar-16 21-Mar-16 28-Mar-16 04-Apr-16 April 11-Apr-16 2016 18-Apr-16 25-Apr-16 02-May-16 May 09-May-16 2016 16-May-16 23-May-16 30-May-16 June 06-Jun-16 2016 13-Jun-16 20-Jun-16 27-Jun-16 04-Jul-16 July 11-Jul-16 2016 18-Jul-16 25-Jul-16 01-Aug-16 August 08-Aug-16 2016 15-Aug-16 22-Aug-16 29-Aug-16 September 05-Sep-16 2016 12-Sep-16 19-Sep-16 26-Sep-16 03-Oct-16 October 10-Oct-16 2016 17-Oct-16 24-Oct-16 31-Oct-16 November 07-Nov-16 2016 14-Nov-16 21-Nov-16 28-Nov-16 December 05-Dec-16 2016 12-Dec-16 19-Dec-16 26-Dec-16

Weekly schedule for 2017 Weeks/ month 4

4

5

4

4

5

4

4

5

4

4

5

Week no. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52

Starting Monday 02-Jan-17 09-Jan-17 16-Jan-17 23-Jan-17 30-Jan-17 06-Feb-17 13-Feb-17 20-Feb-17 27-Feb-17 06-Mar-17 13-Mar-17 20-Mar-17 27-Mar-17 03-Apr-17 10-Apr-17 17-Apr-17 24-Apr-17 01-May-17 08-May-17 15-May-17 22-May-17 29-May-17 05-Jun-17 12-Jun-17 19-Jun-17 26-Jun-17 03-Jul-17 10-Jul-17 17-Jul-17 24-Jul-17 31-Jul-17 07-Aug-17 14-Aug-17 21-Aug-17 28-Aug-17 04-Sep-17 11-Sep-17 18-Sep-17 25-Sep-17 02-Oct-17 09-Oct-17 16-Oct-17 23-Oct-17 30-Oct-17 06-Nov-17 13-Nov-17 20-Nov-17 27-Nov-17 04-Dec-17 11-Dec-17 18-Dec-17 25-Dec-17

Reporting month January 2017

Weeks/ month 5

February 2017

4

March 2017

4

April 2017

4

May 2017

5

June 2017

4

July 2017

5

August 2017

4

September 2017

4

October 2017

5

November 2017

4

December 2017

4

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