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					United States
Department of
Agriculture
                  Meat Animals Production,
National
Agricultural
                  Disposition, and Income
Statistics
Service
                  2011 Summary

                  April 2012
ISSN: 0748-0318
Special Note

Sheep: Monthly sheep and lamb prices were discontinued after September 2011 prices were published. Production,
Disposition, and Income estimates for sheep and lambs were discontinued after the 2011 publication.

Hogs and Pigs: Beginning with December 2010, State level sow, barrow & gilt, and all hog prices were
discontinued. For the 2011 marketing year, sow, barrow & gilt, and all hog prices were calculated based on data
provided by United States Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS). Five regions based
on comparable prices were established for hogs and pigs. A price was derived for each region. United States level
prices published for the 2011 hogs and pigs marketing year was based on individual AMS state prices.

Marketing Year Average price regions:
   1. Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey,
       New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia
   2. Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tennessee
   3. Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin
   4. Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas
   5. Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming

Cattle and Calves: Beginning with January 2011, State level cows, calves, steers & heifers, and beef cattle prices
were discontinued. For the 2011 marketing year, cows, calves, steers & heifers, and beef cattle prices were
calculated based on data provided by United States Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Marketing Service
(AMS). Four regions based on comparable prices were established for cattle and calves. A price was derived for
each region. United States level prices published for the 2011 cattle and calves marketing year was based on
individual AMS state prices.

Marketing Year Average price regions:
   1. Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota,
       New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin
   2. Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee,
       Virginia
   3. Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Wyoming
   4. Alaska, Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington




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Contents

Summary ................................................................................................................................................................................. 5

Meat Animals Production and Income – United States: 2010 and 2011 ................................................................................. 5

Cattle and Calves Inventory, Supply, and Disposition – States and United States: 2010 ....................................................... 6

Cattle and Calves Inventory, Supply, and Disposition – States and United States: 2011 ....................................................... 8

Cattle and Calves Production and Income – States and United States: 2010 ........................................................................ 10

Cattle and Calves Production and Income – States and United States: 2011 ........................................................................ 11

Hogs and Pigs Inventory, Supply, and Disposition – States and United States: 2010 .......................................................... 12

Hogs and Pigs Inventory, Supply, and Disposition – States and United States: 2011 .......................................................... 14

Hogs and Pigs Production and Income – States and United States: 2010 ............................................................................. 16

Hogs and Pigs Production and Income – States and United States: 2011 ............................................................................. 17

Statistical Methodology......................................................................................................................................................... 18

Terms and Definitions ........................................................................................................................................................... 18

Information Contacts ............................................................................................................................................................. 19




4                                                                                  Meat Animals Production, Disposition, and Income 2011 Summary (April 2012)
                                                                                                                     USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service
Summary

Total 2011 production of cattle and calves and hogs and pigs for the United States totaled 72.6 billion pounds, up 1
percent from 2010. Production increased 2 percent for hogs and pigs and increased slightly for cattle and calves.

Total 2011 cash receipts from marketings of meat animals increased 22 percent to $84.6 billion. Cattle and calves
accounted for over 74 percent of this total and hogs and pigs accounted for nearly 26 percent.

The 2011 gross income from cattle and calves and hogs and pigs for the United States totaled $85.2 billion, up 22 percent
from 2010. Gross income for cattle and calves increased 22 percent and hogs and pigs increased 21 percent over previous
year’s gross income.

Cattle and Calves: Cash receipts from marketings of cattle and calves increased 22 percent from $51.5 billion in 2010 to
$62.9 billion in 2011. All cattle and calf marketings totaled 56.1 billion pounds in 2011, up 1 percent from 2010.

Hogs and Pigs: Cash receipts from hogs and pigs totaled $21.7 billion during 2011, up 21 percent from 2010. Marketings
totaled 31.8 billion pounds in 2011, up 1 percent from 2010.


Meat Animals Production and Income – United States: 2010 and 2011
                                                                        Value of                                Value of home            Gross
          Year                   Production         Marketings                           Cash receipts
                                                                       production                                consumption            income
                               (million pounds)   (million pounds)   (million dollars)   (million dollars)      (million dollars)   (million dollars)
2010 .......................             72,006             86,901             53,064                  69,459                 482             69,941
2011 .......................             72,580             87,929             65,296                  84,612                 564             85,176




Meat Animals Production, Disposition, and Income 2011 Summary (April 2012)                                                                              5
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Cattle and Calves Inventory, Supply, and Disposition – States and United States: 2010
[Balance sheet estimates by State; the sum of inventory January 1, 2010, calf crop, and inshipments is equal to the sum of marketings, farm slaughter,
deaths, and inventory January 1, 2011]
                                           Inventory             Calf                                                      Marketings 1
              State                                                                 Inshipments
                                        January 1, 2010          crop                                           Cattle                    Calves
                                         (1,000 head)         (1,000 head)          (1,000 head)             (1,000 head)             (1,000 head)
Alabama .......................                     1,280.0               580.0                  10.0                      437.0                   148.0
Alaska ...........................                     14.5                 3.9                   0.1                        1.9                     0.3
Arizona .........................                     930.0               270.0                 432.0                      578.0                   145.0
Arkansas .......................                    1,910.0               800.0                 120.0                      772.0                   259.0
California ......................                   5,150.0             1,980.0                 990.0                    2,140.0                   531.0
Colorado .......................                    2,600.0               780.0               1,623.0                    2,140.0                   100.0
Connecticut ...................                        48.0                21.0                   2.0                       10.0                     8.7
Delaware ......................                        20.0                 6.0                   1.0                        5.2                     2.6
Florida ...........................                 1,720.0               870.0                  90.0                      303.0                   691.0
Georgia .........................                   1,060.0               490.0                  43.0                      295.0                   223.0

Hawaii ...........................                    151.0                65.0                     -                       19.0                    46.0
Idaho .............................                 2,170.0               990.0                 400.0                    1,095.0                   150.0
Illinois ............................               1,170.0               410.0                 130.0                      472.0                    80.0
Indiana ..........................                    870.0               340.0                  91.0                      291.0                   119.0
Iowa ..............................                 3,850.0             1,010.0               1,655.0                    2,344.0                   102.0
Kansas ..........................                   6,000.0             1,420.0               4,400.0                    5,309.0                     1.5
Kentucky .......................                    2,300.0             1,000.0                  29.0                      545.0                   475.0
Louisiana ......................                      840.0               360.0                   2.0                      138.0                   235.0
Maine ............................                     87.0                35.0                   2.0                       13.4                    15.0
Maryland .......................                      195.0                78.0                   5.0                       53.8                    18.8

Massachusetts ..............                           43.0                18.0                   2.0                        9.5                    10.5
Michigan .......................                    1,100.0               385.0                  61.0                      350.0                    37.0
Minnesota .....................                     2,420.0               800.0                 370.0                      963.0                   107.0
Mississippi ....................                      980.0               400.0                  12.0                      281.0                   161.0
Missouri ........................                   4,150.0             1,850.0                  40.0                      925.0                   971.0
Montana ........................                    2,550.0             1,490.0                 106.0                    1,310.0                   250.0
Nebraska ......................                     6,300.0             1,660.0               4,200.0                    5,678.0                    85.0
Nevada .........................                      450.0               210.0                  78.0                      173.0                    86.0
New Hampshire ............                             37.0                14.5                   1.0                        8.5                     7.9
New Jersey ...................                         36.0                12.0                   1.3                        7.5                     8.1

New Mexico ..................                       1,560.0               620.0               1,010.0                    1,191.0                   400.0
New York ......................                     1,410.0               520.0                  16.0                      192.0                   275.0
North Carolina ...............                        820.0               360.0                   9.0                      252.0                   101.2
North Dakota .................                      1,720.0               880.0                 102.0                      839.0                   106.5
Ohio ..............................                 1,280.0               450.0                  48.0                      368.0                   125.0
Oklahoma .....................                      5,500.0             1,900.0                 925.0                    2,635.0                   360.0
Oregon ..........................                   1,260.0               630.0                  20.0                      345.0                   165.0
Pennsylvania ................                       1,620.0               600.0                 120.0                      426.0                   215.0
Rhode Island .................                          4.7                 2.4                   0.1                        0.8                     1.1
South Carolina ..............                         380.0               165.0                   8.0                      135.0                    16.0

South Dakota ................                      3,800.0              1,650.0                 583.0                    1,762.0                   411.0
Tennessee ....................                     2,040.0                950.0                  23.0                      601.0                   329.0
Texas ............................                13,300.0              4,800.0               2,580.0                    6,610.0                   158.0
Utah ..............................                  810.0                365.0                  56.0                      350.0                    38.0
Vermont ........................                     265.0                124.0                   7.0                       40.0                    70.5
Virginia ..........................                1,550.0                650.0                  13.0                      342.0                   248.0
Washington ...................                     1,040.0                430.0                 180.0                      500.0                    12.0
West Virginia .................                      370.0                200.0                  32.0                      132.0                    77.0
Wisconsin .....................                    3,400.0              1,390.0                  92.0                      792.0                   415.0
Wyoming .......................                    1,320.0                660.0                 334.0                      808.0                   164.0

United States ................                    93,881.2           35,694.8                21,054.5                44,988.6                  8,761.7
See footnote(s) at end of table.                                                                                                             --continued




6                                                                    Meat Animals Production, Disposition, and Income 2011 Summary (April 2012)
                                                                                                       USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service
Cattle and Calves Inventory, Supply, and Disposition – States and United States: 2010 (continued)
[Balance sheet estimates by State; the sum of inventory January 1, 2010, calf crop, and inshipments is equal to the sum of marketings, farm slaughter,
deaths, and inventory January 1, 2011]
                                             Farm                                       Deaths                                      Inventory
               State
                                          slaughter 2                     Cattle                       Calves                    January 1, 2011

                                          (1,000 head)                (1,000 head)                  (1,000 head)                  (1,000 head)
Alabama ..........................                         2.0                        23.0                          30.0                       1,230.0
Alaska .............................                       0.5                         1.3                           1.0                          13.5
Arizona ............................                       1.0                        20.0                          18.0                         870.0
Arkansas .........................                         4.0                        35.0                          40.0                       1,720.0
California .........................                      14.0                       100.0                         135.0                       5,200.0
Colorado ..........................                        3.0                        55.0                          55.0                       2,650.0
Connecticut .....................                          1.0                         1.1                           1.2                          49.0
Delaware .........................                         0.3                         0.4                           0.5                          18.0
Florida .............................                      2.0                        23.0                          31.0                       1,630.0
Georgia ...........................                        3.0                        19.0                          23.0                       1,030.0

Hawaii .............................                       1.0                         5.0                           4.0                         141.0
Idaho ...............................                      2.0                        42.0                          51.0                       2,220.0
Illinois ..............................                   10.0                        18.0                          30.0                       1,100.0
Indiana ............................                       6.0                        13.0                          22.0                         850.0
Iowa .................................                     4.0                        70.0                          95.0                       3,900.0
Kansas ............................                        4.5                       125.0                          80.0                       6,300.0
Kentucky ..........................                        7.0                        44.0                          68.0                       2,190.0
Louisiana .........................                        2.0                        18.0                          19.0                         790.0
Maine ..............................                       1.0                         1.9                           2.7                          90.0
Maryland ..........................                        1.6                         3.8                           5.0                         195.0

Massachusetts .................                            1.0                         1.0                           1.0                          40.0
Michigan ..........................                        4.0                        22.0                          43.0                       1,090.0
Minnesota ........................                         6.0                        46.0                          88.0                       2,380.0
Mississippi .......................                        2.0                        21.0                          27.0                         900.0
Missouri ...........................                       4.0                        65.0                         125.0                       3,950.0
Montana ..........................                         6.0                        23.0                          57.0                       2,500.0
Nebraska .........................                         2.0                       110.0                          85.0                       6,200.0
Nevada ............................                        2.0                         5.0                          12.0                         460.0
New Hampshire ...............                              0.5                         0.8                           0.8                          34.0
New Jersey ......................                          0.5                         0.5                           0.7                          32.0

New Mexico .....................                           2.0                        22.0                          35.0                       1,540.0
New York .........................                         4.0                        32.0                          43.0                       1,400.0
North Carolina .................                           2.8                        13.0                          20.0                         800.0
North Dakota ...................                           1.5                        15.0                          40.0                       1,700.0
Ohio .................................                     5.0                        21.0                          29.0                       1,230.0
Oklahoma ........................                         10.0                        90.0                         130.0                       5,100.0
Oregon ............................                       10.0                        20.0                          40.0                       1,330.0
Pennsylvania ...................                          11.0                        35.0                          43.0                       1,610.0
Rhode Island ...................                           0.1                         0.1                           0.2                           4.9
South Carolina .................                           2.0                         7.0                           8.0                         385.0

South Dakota ...................                           2.0                        68.0                          90.0                       3,700.0
Tennessee .......................                          3.0                        34.0                          56.0                       1,990.0
Texas ..............................                      12.0                       310.0                         290.0                      13,300.0
Utah .................................                     4.0                        13.0                          26.0                         800.0
Vermont ...........................                        1.5                         6.0                           8.0                         270.0
Virginia ............................                      5.0                        26.0                          52.0                       1,540.0
Washington .....................                           9.0                        20.0                          19.0                       1,090.0
West Virginia ...................                          3.0                         5.0                          15.0                         370.0
Wisconsin ........................                        10.0                        75.0                         140.0                       3,450.0
Wyoming .........................                          1.0                        11.0                          30.0                       1,300.0

United States ...................                        196.8                     1,735.9                       2,265.1                      92,682.4
- Represents zero.
1
  Includes custom slaughter for use on farms where produced and State outshipments, but excludes interfarm sales within the State.
2
  Excludes custom slaughter for farmers at commercial establishments.




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Cattle and Calves Inventory, Supply, and Disposition – States and United States: 2011
[Balance sheet estimates by State; the sum of inventory January 1, 2011, calf crop, and inshipments is equal to the sum of marketings, farm slaughter,
deaths, and inventory January 1, 2012]
                                           Inventory             Calf                                                      Marketings 1
              State                                                                 Inshipments
                                        January 1, 2011          crop                                           Cattle                    Calves
                                         (1,000 head)         (1,000 head)          (1,000 head)             (1,000 head)             (1,000 head)
Alabama .......................                     1,230.0               560.0                  12.0                      450.0                    88.0
Alaska ...........................                     13.5                 4.0                     -                        1.8                     0.2
Arizona .........................                     870.0               290.0                 487.0                      543.0                   137.0
Arkansas .......................                    1,720.0               800.0                 160.0                      686.0                   251.0
California ......................                   5,200.0             2,030.0               1,070.0                    2,180.0                   525.0
Colorado .......................                    2,650.0               800.0               1,550.0                    2,031.0                   101.5
Connecticut ...................                        49.0                20.0                   2.0                       10.4                     8.5
Delaware ......................                        18.0                 7.0                   1.0                        4.2                     1.7
Florida ...........................                 1,630.0               890.0                  90.0                      231.0                   607.0
Georgia .........................                   1,030.0               470.0                  35.0                      271.0                   204.0

Hawaii ...........................                    141.0                65.0                     -                       22.0                    38.0
Idaho .............................                 2,220.0               910.0                 400.0                    1,073.0                   150.0
Illinois ............................               1,100.0               380.0                 123.4                      398.4                    76.0
Indiana ..........................                    850.0               310.0                  80.0                      218.0                   117.0
Iowa ..............................                 3,900.0             1,050.0               1,512.0                    2,283.0                   102.0
Kansas ..........................                   6,300.0             1,420.0               3,750.0                    5,159.0                     3.0
Kentucky .......................                    2,190.0               960.0                  27.0                      478.0                   419.0
Louisiana ......................                      790.0               375.0                   2.0                      127.0                   215.0
Maine ............................                     90.0                31.0                   2.0                       17.3                    14.0
Maryland .......................                      195.0                80.0                   8.0                       54.5                    18.2

Massachusetts ..............                           40.0                18.0                   2.0                        7.0                     9.0
Michigan .......................                    1,090.0               390.0                  58.0                      318.0                    38.0
Minnesota .....................                     2,380.0               780.0                 360.0                      918.0                   102.0
Mississippi ....................                      900.0               385.0                  12.0                      188.0                   109.0
Missouri ........................                   3,950.0             1,820.0                  40.0                      862.0                   869.0
Montana ........................                    2,500.0             1,470.0                 110.0                    1,278.0                   211.0
Nebraska ......................                     6,200.0             1,690.0               4,505.0                    5,646.0                    86.0
Nevada .........................                      460.0               215.0                  76.0                      174.0                    87.0
New Hampshire ............                             34.0                15.0                   1.0                        5.2                     7.6
New Jersey ...................                         32.0                11.0                   1.8                        5.5                     6.6

New Mexico ..................                       1,540.0               620.0               1,000.0                    1,276.0                   431.0
New York ......................                     1,400.0               530.0                  16.0                      169.0                   287.0
North Carolina ...............                        800.0               350.0                   6.0                      229.4                    89.2
North Dakota .................                      1,700.0               860.0                 115.0                      814.0                    98.5
Ohio ..............................                 1,230.0               490.0                  65.0                      320.0                   124.0
Oklahoma .....................                      5,100.0             1,850.0                 900.0                    2,760.0                   365.0
Oregon ..........................                   1,330.0               630.0                  21.0                      413.0                   195.0
Pennsylvania ................                       1,610.0               590.0                 140.0                      440.0                   207.0
Rhode Island .................                          4.9                 2.2                   0.1                        1.1                     1.2
South Carolina ..............                         385.0               160.0                   8.0                      148.0                    20.0

South Dakota ................                      3,700.0              1,620.0                 599.0                    1,712.0                   401.0
Tennessee ....................                     1,990.0                920.0                  19.0                      551.0                   325.0
Texas ............................                13,300.0              4,650.0               2,700.0                    7,820.0                   310.0
Utah ..............................                  800.0                365.0                  50.0                      340.5                    38.0
Vermont ........................                     270.0                115.0                   7.0                       49.0                    67.5
Virginia ..........................                1,540.0                640.0                  13.0                      370.0                   260.0
Washington ...................                     1,090.0                430.0                 160.0                      505.0                    14.0
West Virginia .................                      370.0                185.0                  30.0                      105.0                    73.0
Wisconsin .....................                    3,450.0              1,380.0                  91.0                      851.0                   453.3
Wyoming .......................                    1,300.0                680.0                 400.0                      808.0                   168.0

United States ................                    92,682.4           35,313.2                20,817.3                45,322.3                  8,529.0
See footnote(s) at end of table.                                                                                                             --continued




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                                                                                                       USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service
Cattle and Calves Inventory, Supply, and Disposition – States and United States: 2011 (continued)
[Balance sheet estimates by State; the sum of inventory January 1, 2011, calf crop, and inshipments is equal to the sum of marketings, farm slaughter,
deaths, and inventory January 1, 2012]
                                             Farm                                       Deaths                                      Inventory
               State
                                          slaughter 2                     Cattle                       Calves                    January 1, 2011

                                          (1,000 head)                (1,000 head)                  (1,000 head)                  (1,000 head)
Alabama ..........................                         2.0                        23.0                          29.0                       1,210.0
Alaska .............................                       0.5                         1.0                           1.0                          13.0
Arizona ............................                       2.0                        25.0                          20.0                         920.0
Arkansas .........................                         3.0                        30.0                          40.0                       1,670.0
California .........................                      15.0                        95.0                         135.0                       5,350.0
Colorado ..........................                        2.5                        65.0                          50.0                       2,750.0
Connecticut .....................                          1.0                         1.1                           1.0                          49.0
Delaware .........................                         0.2                         0.4                           0.5                          19.0
Florida .............................                      2.0                        27.0                          33.0                       1,710.0
Georgia ...........................                        3.0                        15.0                          22.0                       1,020.0

Hawaii .............................                       1.0                         3.0                           2.0                         140.0
Idaho ...............................                      4.0                        38.0                          45.0                       2,220.0
Illinois ..............................                    8.0                        20.0                          31.0                       1,070.0
Indiana ............................                       6.0                        15.0                          24.0                         860.0
Iowa .................................                     2.0                        70.0                         105.0                       3,900.0
Kansas ............................                        3.0                       135.0                          70.0                       6,100.0
Kentucky ..........................                        5.0                        48.0                          77.0                       2,150.0
Louisiana .........................                        2.0                        15.0                          18.0                         790.0
Maine ..............................                       1.0                         1.9                           2.8                          86.0
Maryland ..........................                        2.0                         3.3                           5.0                         200.0

Massachusetts .................                            1.0                         1.0                           1.0                          41.0
Michigan ..........................                        3.0                        23.0                          46.0                       1,110.0
Minnesota ........................                         6.0                        46.0                          88.0                       2,360.0
Mississippi .......................                        2.0                        22.0                          26.0                         950.0
Missouri ...........................                       4.0                        65.0                         110.0                       3,900.0
Montana ..........................                         4.0                        25.0                          62.0                       2,500.0
Nebraska .........................                         3.0                       120.0                          90.0                       6,450.0
Nevada ............................                        2.0                         6.0                          12.0                         470.0
New Hampshire ...............                              0.5                         0.8                           0.9                          35.0
New Jersey ......................                          0.5                         0.5                           0.7                          31.0

New Mexico .....................                           2.0                        25.0                          36.0                       1,390.0
New York .........................                         4.0                        31.0                          45.0                       1,410.0
North Carolina .................                           1.4                        11.0                          15.0                         810.0
North Dakota ...................                           1.5                        21.0                          50.0                       1,690.0
Ohio .................................                     6.0                        24.0                          31.0                       1,280.0
Oklahoma ........................                         10.0                        85.0                         130.0                       4,500.0
Oregon ............................                        8.0                        20.0                          45.0                       1,300.0
Pennsylvania ...................                           9.0                        32.0                          42.0                       1,610.0
Rhode Island ...................                           0.1                         0.1                           0.2                           4.5
South Carolina .................                           2.0                         6.0                           7.0                         370.0

South Dakota ...................                           1.0                        56.0                          99.0                       3,650.0
Tennessee .......................                          3.0                        30.0                          50.0                       1,970.0
Texas ..............................                      10.0                       360.0                         250.0                      11,900.0
Utah .................................                     1.5                        11.0                          24.0                         800.0
Vermont ...........................                        1.5                         6.0                           8.0                         260.0
Virginia ............................                      5.0                        21.0                          47.0                       1,490.0
Washington .....................                           9.0                        19.0                          23.0                       1,110.0
West Virginia ...................                          2.0                         6.0                           9.0                         390.0
Wisconsin ........................                         6.7                        70.0                         140.0                       3,400.0
Wyoming .........................                          1.0                        12.0                          31.0                       1,360.0

United States ...................                        175.9                     1,787.1                       2,230.1                      90,768.5
- Represents zero.
1
  Includes custom slaughter for use on farms where produced and State outshipments, but excludes interfarm sales within the State.
2
  Excludes custom slaughter for farmers at commercial establishments.




Meat Animals Production, Disposition, and Income 2011 Summary (April 2012)                                                                               9
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Cattle and Calves Production and Income – States and United States: 2010
                                                                        Value of                                  Value of home          Gross
          States                   Production 1     Marketings 2                          Cash receipts 3
                                                                       production                                  consumption          income
                                  (1,000 pounds)   (1,000 pounds)    (1,000 dollars)      (1,000 dollars)         (1,000 dollars)    (1,000 dollars)
Alabama .................                502,499           481,720           406,793                    387,884             2,423            390,307
Alaska .....................               2,309             2,326             2,371                      2,420               468              2,888
Arizona ...................              554,199           802,080           373,561                    637,949             2,787            640,736
Arkansas .................               506,235           696,640           433,233                    614,249             9,296            623,545
California ................            1,974,233         2,588,550         1,337,513                  2,068,412            11,901          2,080,313
Colorado .................             1,724,746         2,771,800         1,770,172                  2,863,144             9,030          2,872,174
Connecticut .............                 11,299            11,825             8,369                      8,706             1,283              9,989
Delaware ................                  4,633             6,443             4,233                      5,955               614              6,569
Florida .....................            420,720           541,340           391,616                    499,237             2,527            501,764
Georgia ...................              343,582           392,190           272,369                    313,060             3,945            317,005

Hawaii .....................              40,000            43,260            28,499                     30,892             1,051             31,943
Idaho .......................          1,157,980         1,340,840         1,018,016                  1,179,065             8,262          1,187,327
Illinois ......................          515,358           618,660           488,723                    587,286            21,781            609,067
Indiana ....................             256,897           319,615           216,320                    272,834            14,482            287,316
Iowa ........................          1,809,081         3,023,200         1,672,408                  2,914,982             9,754          2,924,736
Kansas ....................            4,090,355         6,784,420         3,444,301                  6,533,521            13,920          6,547,441
Kentucky .................               595,082           647,640           564,955                    615,515            15,307            630,822
Louisiana ................               191,067           225,140           171,121                    194,731             1,064            195,795
Maine ......................              16,703            14,954            12,143                     11,128             1,018             12,146
Maryland .................                73,492            76,640            63,056                     66,339             2,209             68,548

Massachusetts ........                     7,743             9,610             5,197                      6,642             1,263              7,905
Michigan .................               446,684           482,890           348,281                    380,753             9,721            390,474
Minnesota ...............              1,145,168         1,374,975           958,654                  1,207,461            21,252          1,228,713
Mississippi ..............               190,905           241,750           148,581                    187,767             4,762            192,529
Missouri ..................            1,255,545         1,428,240         1,249,288                  1,411,384            32,046          1,443,430
Montana ..................             1,112,347         1,156,500         1,042,407                  1,084,644            11,697          1,096,341
Nebraska ................              4,553,481         7,464,660         4,136,981                  7,193,865            12,674          7,206,539
Nevada ...................               181,210           223,200           171,771                    217,776             3,030            220,806
New Hampshire ......                       7,723            10,344             5,816                      7,644             1,052              8,696
New Jersey .............                   7,996            11,210             5,159                      7,070               766              7,836

New Mexico ............                  818,211         1,383,400           737,760                  1,217,028             3,765          1,220,793
New York ................                250,272           266,480           167,021                    178,482             4,551            183,033
North Carolina .........                 325,120           324,580           238,324                    239,204             2,305            241,509
North Dakota ...........                 703,514           772,030           654,306                    729,027             5,989            735,016
Ohio ........................            431,197           465,080           381,415                    415,347            17,885            433,232
Oklahoma ...............               2,216,028         3,045,475         2,178,426                  2,984,670            20,858          3,005,528
Oregon ....................              532,000           480,000           499,321                    450,984            10,419            461,403
Pennsylvania ..........                  501,264           562,500           406,188                    463,298            24,002            487,300
Rhode Island ...........                   1,050               901               706                        616               122                738
South Carolina ........                  153,386           152,370           130,596                    129,512             3,822            133,334

South Dakota ..........                1,480,879         1,934,950         1,558,933                  2,002,387            19,068          2,021,455
Tennessee ..............                 596,539           638,590           505,122                    545,033             6,791            551,824
Texas ......................           6,788,918         8,185,500         6,096,643                  7,564,446            22,147          7,586,593
Utah ........................            226,145           292,000           221,377                    283,968             7,987            291,955
Vermont ..................                52,903            55,570            40,186                     41,912             1,249             43,161
Virginia ....................            412,831           421,760           365,900                    373,186            15,033            388,219
Washington .............                 578,089           655,960           568,317                    653,474             6,665            660,139
West Virginia ...........                147,896           157,800           106,389                    115,232             5,534            120,766
Wisconsin ...............              1,159,200         1,130,890           863,901                    859,514            23,467            882,981
Wyoming .................                494,345           728,160           495,789                    732,883            10,192            743,075

United States ..........              41,569,059       55,446,658         36,968,527              51,492,518              443,236         51,935,754
1
    Adjustments made for changes in inventory and for inshipments.
2
    Excludes custom slaughter for use on farms where produced and interfarm sales within the State.
3
    Receipts from marketings and sale of farm slaughter.




10                                                                    Meat Animals Production, Disposition, and Income 2011 Summary (April 2012)
                                                                                                        USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service
Cattle and Calves Production and Income – States and United States: 2011
[Dollar values based on data received from United States Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Marketing Service]
                                                                       Value of                                  Value of home         Gross
           State                  Production 1     Marketings 2                          Cash receipts 3
                                                                      production                                  consumption         income
                                 (1,000 pounds)   (1,000 pounds)    (1,000 dollars)       (1,000 dollars)        (1,000 dollars)   (1,000 dollars)
Alabama .................               467,614           483,800           425,904                   443,503              2,889           446,392
Alaska ....................               2,810             2,030             2,868                     2,169                456             2,625
Arizona ...................             562,343           756,220           589,075                   816,172              2,178           818,350
Arkansas ................               533,014           640,950           484,752                   611,371              7,584           618,955
California ................           2,095,286         2,635,700         2,014,574                 2,825,125             15,099         2,840,224
Colorado .................            1,677,345         2,651,540         1,931,864                 3,061,811             10,480         3,072,291
Connecticut ............                 13,097            12,279            13,550                    12,916              2,025            14,941
Delaware ................                 5,459             5,080             5,472                     5,170                382             5,552
Florida ....................            418,496           448,160           449,434                   487,618              2,344           489,962
Georgia ..................              344,237           359,690           336,339                   357,611              4,858           362,469

Hawaii ....................              41,220            40,960            46,848                    46,369              2,213            48,582
Idaho ......................          1,037,450         1,286,350         1,113,567                 1,375,748              8,820         1,384,568
Illinois .....................          443,977           528,898           523,118                   618,733             19,789           638,522
Indiana ...................             202,294           244,720           204,738                   248,461             17,083           265,544
Iowa ........................         1,756,727         2,959,460         1,966,857                 3,411,959             16,042         3,428,001
Kansas ...................            4,009,985         6,643,905         4,232,705                 7,640,624             15,908         7,656,532
Kentucky .................              535,843           579,340           586,584                   628,648             12,968           641,616
Louisiana ................              203,290           206,560           225,510                   227,616              1,349           228,965
Maine .....................              12,154            18,216            13,056                    18,964              1,535            20,499
Maryland .................               76,708            74,820            76,611                    75,966              5,477            81,443

Massachusetts ........                    7,368             6,840             7,792                     7,075              2,025             9,100
Michigan .................              425,512           437,325           418,199                   433,661             12,721           446,382
Minnesota ...............             1,071,826         1,301,730         1,018,171                 1,288,785             23,277         1,312,062
Mississippi ..............              187,254           160,720           183,574                   158,021              6,006           164,027
Missouri ..................           1,282,151         1,330,000         1,586,547                 1,644,076             31,885         1,675,961
Montana .................             1,020,050         1,110,500         1,107,700                 1,207,605             16,045         1,223,650
Nebraska ................             4,583,984         7,480,920         4,978,432                 8,614,978             14,557         8,629,535
Nevada ...................              185,645           224,700           205,595                   251,071              3,502           254,573
New Hampshire ......                      8,151             6,606             8,914                     7,268              1,503             8,771
New Jersey .............                  6,958             8,182             7,874                     8,898              1,371            10,269

New Mexico ............                 900,042         1,546,500         1,066,102                 1,688,153              6,119         1,694,272
New York ................               243,543           238,140           259,069                   253,216              7,331           260,547
North Carolina ........                 324,240           294,668           307,050                   279,034              1,608           280,642
North Dakota ..........                 667,758           772,120           780,087                   902,168              7,473           909,641
Ohio ........................           410,197           411,580           410,027                   412,705             21,605           434,310
Oklahoma ...............              2,269,856         3,210,900         2,648,560                 3,744,807             24,953         3,769,760
Oregon ...................              550,705           570,800           609,111                   633,484             12,671           646,155
Pennsylvania ..........                 516,525           570,660           520,357                   582,074             34,392           616,466
Rhode Island ..........                     819             1,226               868                     1,255                202             1,457
South Carolina ........                 164,020           172,900           146,958                   156,501              4,190           160,691

South Dakota ..........               1,467,537         1,880,450         1,757,610                2,222,066              20,628         2,242,694
Tennessee ..............                586,585           599,920           567,286                  586,323               7,783           594,106
Texas .....................           7,163,677         9,660,200         8,088,982               11,152,790              26,017        11,178,807
Utah ........................           245,835           290,520           261,808                  311,646               6,776           318,422
Vermont ..................               49,966            66,090            55,660                   71,052               2,215            73,267
Virginia ...................            448,468           463,960           432,679                  452,337              16,727           469,064
Washington ............                 579,270           667,720           592,296                  701,599               6,546           708,145
West Virginia ..........                133,874           129,200           141,635                  136,736               7,023           143,759
Wisconsin ...............             1,150,454         1,216,760         1,159,692                1,235,729              31,755         1,267,484
Wyoming ................                506,822           729,920           603,619                  863,802              11,963           875,765

United States ..........             41,598,441       56,140,435         45,175,680               62,925,469             520,348        63,445,817
1
  Adjustments made for changes in inventory and for inshipments.
2
  Excludes custom slaughter for use on farms where produced and interfarm sales within the State.
3
  Receipts from marketings and sale of farm slaughter.




Meat Animals Production, Disposition, and Income 2011 Summary (April 2012)                                                                           11
USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service
Hogs and Pigs Inventory, Supply, and Disposition – States and United States: 2010
[Balance sheet estimates by State; the sum of inventory December 1, 2009, pig crop, and inshipments is equal to the sum of marketings, farm
slaughter, deaths, and inventory December 1, 2010]
                                                          Inventory                           Pig crop
                     State                                                                                                         Inshipments
                                                      December 1, 2010                   December - November
                                                        (1,000 head)                          (1,000 head)                         (1,000 head)
Alabama .....................................                              135.0                                 259.0                                 92.0
Alaska .........................................                             1.4                                   1.7                                  1.5
Arizona .......................................                            167.0                                 346.0                                  7.0
Arkansas .....................................                             195.0                               1,167.0                                 30.0
California ....................................                            100.0                                 122.0                                181.0
Colorado .....................................                             710.0                               2,810.0                                 60.0
Connecticut .................................                                2.9                                   5.6                                  0.3
Delaware ....................................                                7.5                                  36.0                                  2.3
Florida .........................................                           20.0                                  28.0                                  3.0
Georgia .......................................                            195.0                                 477.0                                257.0

Hawaii .........................................                             13.0                                 19.5                                    -
Illinois ..........................................                       4,250.0                             10,036.0                              1,898.0
Indiana ........................................                          3,600.0                              5,463.0                              2,632.0
Iowa ............................................                        19,000.0                             18,761.0                             21,200.0
Kansas ........................................                           1,810.0                              3,093.0                                775.0
Kentucky .....................................                              345.0                                726.0                                 77.0
Louisiana ....................................                               10.0                                 16.1                                  2.0
Maine ..........................................                              4.9                                  8.8                                  1.5
Maryland .....................................                               30.0                                 68.0                                 30.0
Massachusetts ............................                                   11.0                                 17.5                                  2.2

Michigan .....................................                            1,080.0                              2,073.0                                237.0
Minnesota ...................................                             7,200.0                             11,215.0                              7,089.0
Mississippi ..................................                              365.0                                732.0                                  3.0
Missouri ......................................                           3,100.0                              7,425.0                              1,200.0
Montana ......................................                              175.0                                441.0                                 13.0
Nebraska ....................................                             3,100.0                              7,148.0                                380.0
Nevada .......................................                                2.9                                  2.6                                  5.8
New Hampshire ..........................                                      2.4                                  4.8                                  1.3
New Jersey .................................                                  8.0                                  6.0                                 19.0
New Mexico ................................                                   1.5                                  2.5                                  0.4

New York ....................................                                77.0                                146.0                                 11.6
North Carolina .............................                              9,600.0                             18,736.0                                280.3
North Dakota ...............................                                155.0                                757.0                                 35.0
Ohio ............................................                         2,010.0                              3,393.0                                730.0
Oklahoma ...................................                              2,290.0                              7,287.0                                805.0
Oregon ........................................                              17.0                                 35.0                                    -
Pennsylvania ..............................                               1,140.0                              1,906.0                                385.0
Rhode Island ...............................                                  1.7                                  4.4                                  0.1
South Carolina ............................                                 225.0                                228.0                                 98.0
South Dakota ..............................                               1,190.0                              3,504.0                                752.0

Tennessee ..................................                               185.0                                 349.0                                 72.0
Texas ..........................................                           760.0                               1,031.0                                 17.0
Utah ............................................                          730.0                               1,647.0                                  2.0
Vermont ......................................                               3.0                                   4.8                                  0.3
Virginia ........................................                          360.0                                 504.0                                 82.0
West Virginia ...............................                                5.0                                   5.7                                  1.0
Wisconsin ...................................                              350.0                                 796.0                                 69.1
Wyoming .....................................                               87.0                                 679.0                                  4.0

Idaho and
 Washington ...............................                                 59.0                                161.0                                  26.4

United States ..............................                             64,887.2                            113,685.0                             39,571.1
See footnote(s) at end of table.                                                                                                                  --continued




12                                                                          Meat Animals Production, Disposition, and Income 2011 Summary (April 2012)
                                                                                                              USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service
Hogs and Pigs Inventory, Supply, and Disposition – States and United States: 2010 (continued)
[Balance sheet estimates by State; the sum of inventory December 1, 2009, pig crop, and inshipments is equal to the sum of marketings, farm
slaughter, deaths, and inventory December 1, 2010]
                                                                            Farm                                                 Inventory
                   State                          Marketings 1                                       Deaths
                                                                         slaughter 2                                         December 1, 2010
                                                  (1,000 head)           (1,000 head)             (1,000 head)                  (1,000 head)
Alabama ..................................                     339.0                      1.0                     16.0                          130.0
Alaska .....................................                     2.5                      0.8                      0.1                            1.2
Arizona ....................................                   339.0                      1.0                     15.0                          165.0
Arkansas .................................                   1,212.0                      1.0                     19.0                          160.0
California .................................                   280.0                      6.0                     12.0                          105.0
Colorado ..................................                  2,763.0                      1.0                     86.0                          730.0
Connecticut .............................                        4.9                      0.1                      0.4                            3.4
Delaware .................................                      39.4                      0.1                      0.8                            5.5
Florida .....................................                   33.0                      1.0                      2.0                           15.0
Georgia ...................................                    746.0                      2.0                     21.0                          160.0

Hawaii .....................................                    15.5                      1.5                     3.0                             12.5
Illinois ......................................             11,426.0                      3.0                   355.0                          4,400.0
Indiana ....................................                 7,753.0                      2.0                   290.0                          3,650.0
Iowa .........................................              37,380.0                     11.0                 2,470.0                         19,100.0
Kansas ....................................                  3,645.0                      2.0                   211.0                          1,820.0
Kentucky ..................................                    797.0                      3.0                    23.0                            325.0
Louisiana .................................                     16.3                      1.0                     0.8                             10.0
Maine ......................................                    10.0                      0.3                     0.2                              4.7
Maryland ..................................                    100.6                      0.2                     1.2                             26.0
Massachusetts .........................                         18.2                      0.6                     0.9                             11.0

Michigan ..................................                  2,269.0                      3.0                     78.0                         1,040.0
Minnesota ................................                  16,818.0                      6.0                    980.0                         7,700.0
Mississippi ...............................                    691.5                      1.5                     22.0                           385.0
Missouri ...................................                 8,328.6                      1.4                    495.0                         2,900.0
Montana ..................................                     429.0                      2.8                     17.2                           180.0
Nebraska .................................                   7,197.0                      1.0                    280.0                         3,150.0
Nevada ....................................                      9.5                      0.3                      0.1                             1.4
New Hampshire .......................                            4.5                      0.4                      0.3                             3.3
New Jersey ..............................                       24.5                      0.1                      0.4                             8.0
New Mexico .............................                         2.1                      0.7                      0.1                             1.5

New York .................................                     108.7                      3.0                    14.9                            108.0
North Carolina .........................                    17,672.3                      4.0                 1,940.0                          9,000.0
North Dakota ...........................                       793.4                      2.0                     8.6                            143.0
Ohio .........................................               3,928.0                     15.0                   150.0                          2,040.0
Oklahoma ................................                    7,591.0                      1.0                   450.0                          2,340.0
Oregon ....................................                     33.5                      1.3                     1.2                             16.0
Pennsylvania ...........................                     2,149.0                      3.0                   169.0                          1,110.0
Rhode Island ...........................                         4.0                      0.3                     0.1                              1.8
South Carolina .........................                       290.5                      1.5                    29.0                            230.0
South Dakota ...........................                     4,039.0                      2.0                   115.0                          1,290.0

Tennessee ...............................                      415.0                      2.0                     19.0                          170.0
Texas ......................................                 1,007.0                      6.0                    125.0                          670.0
Utah .........................................               1,549.0                      1.0                     89.0                          740.0
Vermont ...................................                      5.0                      0.3                      0.1                            2.7
Virginia ....................................                  530.0                      2.0                     59.0                          355.0
West Virginia ...........................                        5.5                      0.5                      0.7                            5.0
Wisconsin ................................                     841.1                      2.0                     32.0                          340.0
Wyoming .................................                      650.0                      2.0                     19.0                           99.0

Idaho and
 Washington ...........................                          179.8                    2.5                      3.1                           61.0

United States ...........................                  144,485.9                    107.2                 8,625.2                         64,925.0
- Represents zero.
1
  Includes custom slaughter for use on farms where produced and State outshipments, but excludes interfarm sales within the State.
2
  Excludes custom slaughter for farmers at commercial establishments.




Meat Animals Production, Disposition, and Income 2011 Summary (April 2012)                                                                          13
USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service
Hogs and Pigs Inventory, Supply, and Disposition – States and United States: 2011
[Balance sheet estimates by State; the sum of inventory December 1, 2010, pig crop, and inshipments is equal to the sum of marketings, farm
slaughter, deaths, and inventory December 1, 2011]
                                                         Inventory                           Pig crop
                     State                                                                                                        Inshipments
                                                     December 1, 2010                   December - November
                                                       (1,000 head)                         (1,000 head)                          (1,000 head)
Alabama ....................................                             130.0                                 264.0                                 105.0
Alaska ........................................                            1.2                                   1.9                                   0.7
Arizona ......................................                           165.0                                 389.0                                   9.0
Arkansas ....................................                            160.0                               1,218.0                                  30.0
California ...................................                           105.0                                  99.0                                 165.0
Colorado ....................................                            730.0                               2,811.0                                  55.0
Connecticut ................................                               3.4                                   3.4                                   0.3
Delaware ...................................                               5.5                                  24.0                                   2.3
Florida ........................................                          15.0                                  28.0                                  10.0
Georgia ......................................                           160.0                                 534.0                                 201.0

Hawaii ........................................                           12.5                                  18.5                                     -
Illinois .........................................                     4,400.0                               9,937.0                               2,261.1
Indiana .......................................                        3,650.0                               5,662.0                               2,681.0
Iowa ...........................................                      19,100.0                              19,739.0                              22,500.0
Kansas .......................................                         1,820.0                               3,154.0                                 860.0
Kentucky ....................................                            325.0                                 694.0                                  82.0
Louisiana ...................................                             10.0                                  20.2                                   2.0
Maine .........................................                            4.7                                  12.6                                   1.2
Maryland ....................................                             26.0                                  64.0                                  28.0
Massachusetts ...........................                                 11.0                                  16.8                                   2.3

Michigan ....................................                           1,040.0                              2,070.0                                 264.0
Minnesota ..................................                            7,700.0                             11,957.0                               6,300.0
Mississippi .................................                             385.0                                747.0                                   4.0
Missouri .....................................                          2,900.0                              7,621.0                                 684.0
Montana .....................................                             180.0                                437.0                                  15.0
Nebraska ...................................                            3,150.0                              7,436.0                                 340.0
Nevada ......................................                               1.4                                  0.6                                   5.6
New Hampshire .........................                                     3.3                                  3.2                                   1.5
New Jersey ................................                                 8.0                                  5.2                                  19.0
New Mexico ...............................                                  1.5                                  1.6                                   0.8

New York ...................................                              108.0                                160.0                                  11.4
North Carolina ............................                             9,000.0                             17,638.0                                 306.0
North Dakota ..............................                               143.0                                812.0                                  36.0
Ohio ...........................................                        2,040.0                              3,463.0                                 735.0
Oklahoma ..................................                             2,340.0                              7,267.0                                 800.0
Oregon .......................................                             16.0                                 30.0                                     -
Pennsylvania .............................                              1,110.0                              1,913.0                                 289.0
Rhode Island ..............................                                 1.8                                  5.2                                   0.1
South Carolina ...........................                                230.0                                212.0                                  91.0
South Dakota .............................                              1,290.0                              3,707.0                                 702.0

Tennessee .................................                              170.0                                 353.0                                  65.0
Texas .........................................                          670.0                               1,257.0                                  25.0
Utah ...........................................                         740.0                               1,668.0                                   2.0
Vermont .....................................                              2.7                                   5.6                                   0.2
Virginia .......................................                         355.0                                 268.0                                  52.0
West Virginia ..............................                               5.0                                   7.0                                   1.0
Wisconsin ..................................                             340.0                                 822.0                                  36.9
Wyoming ....................................                              99.0                                 778.0                                   4.0

Idaho and
 Washington ..............................                                61.0                                 151.2                                  25.9

United States .............................                           64,925.0                             115,486.0                              39,812.3
See footnote(s) at end of table.                                                                                                                 --continued




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Hogs and Pigs Inventory, Supply, and Disposition – States and United States: 2011 (continued)
[Balance sheet estimates by State; the sum of inventory December 1, 2010, pig crop, and inshipments is equal to the sum of marketings, farm
slaughter, deaths, and inventory December 1, 2011]
                                                                            Farm                                                 Inventory
                   State                          Marketings 1                                       Deaths
                                                                         slaughter 2                                         December 1, 2011
                                                  (1,000 head)           (1,000 head)             (1,000 head)                  (1,000 head)
Alabama ..................................                     334.0                     1.0                      14.0                          150.0
Alaska .....................................                     2.1                     0.7                       0.1                            0.9
Arizona ....................................                   368.0                     1.0                      14.0                          180.0
Arkansas .................................                   1,283.0                     1.0                      17.0                          107.0
California .................................                   246.0                     5.0                      13.0                          105.0
Colorado ..................................                  2,782.5                     1.5                      92.0                          720.0
Connecticut .............................                        4.1                     0.2                       0.3                            2.5
Delaware .................................                      25.9                     0.1                       0.8                            5.0
Florida .....................................                   34.0                     0.7                       2.3                           16.0
Georgia ...................................                    718.0                     2.0                      20.0                          155.0

Hawaii .....................................                    15.5                     2.0                      2.0                             11.5
Illinois ......................................             11,581.1                     2.0                    365.0                          4,650.0
Indiana ....................................                 7,846.0                     2.0                    295.0                          3,850.0
Iowa .........................................              38,719.0                    10.0                  2,610.0                         20,000.0
Kansas ....................................                  3,720.0                     2.0                    222.0                          1,890.0
Kentucky ..................................                    751.0                     3.0                     27.0                            320.0
Louisiana .................................                     23.0                     1.0                      1.2                              7.0
Maine ......................................                    12.8                     0.2                      0.5                              5.0
Maryland ..................................                     93.6                     0.2                      1.2                             23.0
Massachusetts .........................                         17.2                     0.3                      0.6                             12.0

Michigan ..................................                  2,252.0                     2.0                     70.0                          1,050.0
Minnesota ................................                  17,152.0                     5.0                  1,000.0                          7,800.0
Mississippi ...............................                    755.5                     2.0                     23.5                            355.0
Missouri ...................................                 8,054.0                     1.0                    400.0                          2,750.0
Montana ..................................                     432.1                     2.5                     17.4                            180.0
Nebraska .................................                   7,480.0                     1.0                    295.0                          3,150.0
Nevada ....................................                      4.9                     0.3                      0.1                              2.3
New Hampshire .......................                            4.7                     0.3                      0.1                              2.9
New Jersey ..............................                       22.7                     0.1                      0.4                              9.0
New Mexico .............................                         2.1                     0.3                      0.3                              1.2

New York .................................                     175.7                     3.0                      9.7                             91.0
North Carolina .........................                    16,261.0                     3.0                  1,780.0                          8,900.0
North Dakota ...........................                       829.5                     2.0                      8.5                            151.0
Ohio .........................................               3,934.0                    15.0                    139.0                          2,150.0
Oklahoma ................................                    7,681.0                     1.0                    425.0                          2,300.0
Oregon ....................................                     30.7                     1.1                      1.2                             13.0
Pennsylvania ...........................                     2,010.0                     2.0                    170.0                          1,130.0
Rhode Island ...........................                         5.0                     0.1                      0.1                              1.9
South Carolina .........................                       290.5                     1.5                     31.0                            210.0
South Dakota ...........................                     4,170.0                     2.0                    127.0                          1,400.0

Tennessee ...............................                      390.0                     2.0                      26.0                          170.0
Texas ......................................                   982.0                     5.0                     145.0                          820.0
Utah .........................................               1,559.0                     1.0                      90.0                          760.0
Vermont ...................................                      4.5                     0.2                       0.2                            3.6
Virginia ....................................                  382.0                     2.0                      46.0                          245.0
West Virginia ...........................                        6.3                     1.0                       0.7                            5.0
Wisconsin ................................                     826.9                     1.0                      31.0                          340.0
Wyoming .................................                      757.0                     2.0                      20.0                          102.0

Idaho and
 Washington ...........................                          176.1                   1.5                       2.5                           58.0

United States ...........................                  145,208.0                    96.8                  8,557.7                         66,360.8
- Represents zero.
1
  Includes custom slaughter for use on farms where produced and State outshipments, but excludes interfarm sales within the State.
2
  Excludes custom slaughter for farmers at commercial establishments.




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Hogs and Pigs Production and Income – States and United States: 2010
                                                                         Value of                               Value of home            Gross
           State                   Production 1      Marketings 2                         Cash receipts 3 4
                                                                       production 3                              consumption            income
                                  (1,000 pounds)    (1,000 pounds)    (1,000 dollars)      (1,000 dollars)       (1,000 dollars)     (1,000 dollars)
Alabama .................                 65,815            72,500             37,691                  42,347                 272             42,619
Alaska .....................                 622               525                571                     473                 144                617
Arizona ...................               80,582            82,134             51,594                  53,141                 312             53,453
Arkansas .................                86,432            97,615             80,809                  89,229                 547             89,776
California ................               56,575            63,540             23,925                  36,063               1,165             37,228
Colorado .................               297,691           299,160            192,556                 193,841                 288            194,129
Connecticut .............                  1,121               875                551                     435                  57                492
Delaware ................                  4,466             4,891              2,260                   2,698                  50              2,748
Florida .....................              4,173             4,800              2,297                   2,640                 148              2,788
Georgia ...................               75,405            89,959             43,517                  57,258                 568             57,826

Hawaii .....................                4,032             3,751             3,935                  3,661                  354              4,015
Illinois ......................         1,926,414         1,962,780         1,121,479              1,184,555                1,120          1,185,675
Indiana ....................            1,753,822         1,798,817           900,624              1,023,169                  986          1,024,155
Iowa ........................           9,244,147         9,693,173         4,521,301              5,368,155                4,131          5,372,286
Kansas ....................               883,829           928,190           441,617                487,601                  704            488,305
Kentucky .................                185,534           193,135           101,443                107,278                1,356            108,634
Louisiana ................                  3,212             3,097             1,425                  1,381                   83              1,464
Maine ......................                2,305             1,842             1,196                    994                  279              1,273
Maryland .................                 14,409            17,221             6,481                 10,063                  198             10,261
Massachusetts ........                      3,539             3,041             1,660                  1,511                  201              1,712

Michigan .................                619,869           629,620           307,177                319,388                  401            319,789
Minnesota ...............               3,699,102         3,813,583         1,856,434              2,299,013                2,786          2,301,799
Mississippi ..............                152,173           150,784            80,222                 79,732                  436             80,168
Missouri ..................             1,288,014         1,341,010           711,491                791,306                  830            792,136
Montana ..................                 79,932            81,275            43,709                 46,771                  612             47,383
Nebraska ................               1,366,535         1,370,292           811,113                823,397                1,606            825,003
Nevada ...................                  1,821             2,192               954                  1,142                   61              1,203
New Hampshire ......                        1,011             1,036               269                    515                   54                569
New Jersey .............                    1,650             2,345               554                  1,150                  137              1,287
New Mexico ............                       553               320               264                    154                  142                296

New York ................                  23,813            18,754            11,264                  9,004                  686              9,690
North Carolina .........                3,767,088         3,855,041         2,178,175              2,235,594                  519          2,236,113
North Dakota ...........                   59,729            64,604            51,317                 54,610                  596             55,206
Ohio ........................           1,049,889         1,075,095           555,998                580,673                5,396            586,069
Oklahoma ...............                1,294,142         1,334,649           656,887                695,064                  285            695,349
Oregon ....................                 8,610             8,000             4,968                  4,616                  388              5,004
Pennsylvania ..........                   504,219           515,901           254,077                268,708                1,298            270,006
Rhode Island ...........                      561               411               278                    205                   57                262
South Carolina ........                    53,178            54,395            29,016                 31,481                1,150             32,631
South Dakota ..........                   741,125           762,740           420,833                456,787                1,383            458,170

Tennessee ..............                  99,106           102,120             52,823                  55,161                 603             55,764
Texas ......................             154,540           169,930             78,361                  86,170               2,264             88,434
Utah ........................            303,829           301,380            184,623                 183,232                 291            183,523
Vermont ..................                 1,177             1,004                581                     501                 109                610
Virginia ....................            113,738           116,235             60,325                  62,609               1,083             63,692
West Virginia ...........                  1,312             1,220                699                     652                 146                798
Wisconsin ...............                173,255           176,495            109,836                 115,936                 689            116,625
Wyoming .................                136,550           135,838             71,259                  71,070                 577             71,647

Idaho and
 Washington ...........                    46,729            46,547            24,627                  25,464                 758             26,222

United States ..........               30,437,375       31,453,862         16,095,066             17,966,598              38,306          18,004,904
1
  Adjustments made for changes in inventory and for inshipments.
2
  Excludes custom slaughter for use on farms where produced and interfarm sales within the State.
3
  Includes allowance for higher average price of State inshipments and outshipments of feeder pigs.
4
  Receipts from marketings and sale of farm slaughter.




16                                                                    Meat Animals Production, Disposition, and Income 2011 Summary (April 2012)
                                                                                                        USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service
Hogs and Pigs Production and Income – States and United States: 2011
[Dollar values based on data received from United States Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Marketing Service]
                                                                        Value of                                 Value of home          Gross
           State                  Production 1      Marketings 2                         Cash receipts 3 4
                                                                      production 3                                consumption          income
                                 (1,000 pounds)    (1,000 pounds)    (1,000 dollars)      (1,000 dollars)        (1,000 dollars)    (1,000 dollars)
Alabama .................                53,621            55,504             35,652                   37,521                 354            37,875
Alaska ....................                 606               504                420                      348                 116               464
Arizona ...................              92,934            91,750             63,606                   63,399                 342            63,741
Arkansas ................                83,696            92,194             94,259                  102,505                 715           103,220
California ................              49,955            55,770             29,328                   39,196               1,232            40,428
Colorado .................              299,596           304,149            229,725                  233,045                 507           233,552
Connecticut ............                    689               724                453                      481                  94               575
Delaware ................                 2,884             3,222              1,694                    2,170                  61             2,231
Florida ....................              4,251             4,894              2,759                    3,125                 134             3,259
Georgia ..................               88,359            97,324             59,036                   67,857                 716            68,573

Hawaii ....................                4,021            3,798              2,779                  2,624                   339             2,963
Illinois .....................         1,898,554        1,926,976          1,342,558              1,418,574                 1,118         1,419,692
Indiana ...................            1,755,434        1,803,022          1,093,908              1,215,846                 1,179         1,217,025
Iowa ........................          9,793,351       10,205,608          5,929,315              6,695,351                 4,403         6,699,754
Kansas ...................               930,878          954,215            603,165                641,132                   920           642,052
Kentucky .................               176,560          181,820            113,803                118,977                 1,562           120,539
Louisiana ................                 4,275            4,370              2,771                  2,827                   120             2,947
Maine .....................                3,130            2,731              2,151                  1,908                   243             2,151
Maryland .................                12,587           15,478              6,756                 11,009                   199            11,208
Massachusetts ........                     3,029            2,890              1,911                  1,917                   218             2,135

Michigan .................               618,558           624,110           405,044                419,148                   662           419,810
Minnesota ...............              3,688,946         3,817,117         2,305,249              2,624,451                 2,722         2,627,173
Mississippi ..............               161,738           165,100           107,511                109,957                   655           110,612
Missouri ..................            1,322,870         1,350,374           935,013                979,467                   852           980,319
Montana .................                 77,175            80,305            54,381                 58,889                   612            59,501
Nebraska ................              1,318,834         1,323,867           907,150                918,228                 2,042           920,270
Nevada ...................                   992             1,088               732                    750                    81               831
New Hampshire ......                         783             1,077               248                    715                    56               771
New Jersey .............                   1,669             2,165               759                  1,434                   158             1,592
New Mexico ............                      400               407               277                    266                    97               363

New York ................                 28,285            30,814            18,685                 20,400                   960            21,360
North Carolina ........                3,652,529         3,675,997         2,486,472              2,508,986                   753         2,509,739
North Dakota ..........                   70,182            70,438            59,958                 60,674                   727            61,401
Ohio ........................          1,071,496         1,077,050           702,349                714,309                 6,679           720,988
Oklahoma ...............               1,337,142         1,370,357           902,508                937,149                   395           937,544
Oregon ...................                 7,493             7,375             5,178                  5,096                   381             5,477
Pennsylvania ..........                  476,569           484,934           310,848                324,293                 1,164           325,457
Rhode Island ..........                      575               534               363                    355                    31               386
South Carolina ........                   48,966            56,840            31,544                 38,329                 1,429            39,758
South Dakota ..........                  777,451           792,520           532,076                567,879                 1,582           569,461

Tennessee ..............                 93,672            95,960             60,198                   62,341                 710            63,051
Texas .....................             198,780           172,020            130,857                  113,912               2,811           116,723
Utah ........................           305,154           303,730            210,927                  209,890                 332           210,222
Vermont ..................                1,230             1,038                814                      690                  69               759
Virginia ...................             73,830            88,815             48,919                   59,606                 856            60,462
West Virginia ..........                  1,940             1,325              1,310                      898                 331             1,229
Wisconsin ...............               175,134           175,811            135,791                  138,285                 904           139,189
Wyoming ................                165,446           163,658            118,416                  117,292                 789           118,081

Idaho and
 Washington ..........                    45,770            47,061            30,987                   32,555                 592            33,147

United States ..........              30,982,019       31,788,830         20,120,613             21,686,056               44,004         21,730,060
1
  Adjustments made for changes in inventory and for inshipments.
2
  Excludes custom slaughter for use on farms where produced and interfarm sales within the State.
3
  Includes allowance for higher average price of State inshipments and outshipments of feeder pigs.
4
  Receipts from marketings and sale of farm slaughter.




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Statistical Methodology

Survey Procedures: These estimates were based on inventory, birth, and price estimates as published in NASS cattle,
hog, and agricultural prices reports, as well as information on inshipments and marketings obtained from other sources.
The NASS inventory reports are based on probability surveys of producers. All producers, regardless of size, had a chance
to be in the survey. Large operations were sampled more heavily than small operations. Since all operations raising cattle
or hogs are not included in the sample, survey estimates are subject to sampling variability. At the National level, this
variability, as measured by the relative standard error, is about 1 percent for cattle and 1 percent for hogs. Survey results
are also subject to non-sampling errors such as omissions, duplication, and mistakes in reporting, recording, and
processing the data. The effects of these errors can not be measured directly, but they are minimized through rigid quality
controls in the data collection process and a careful review of all reported data for consistency and reasonableness.
Readers are referred to the Survey Procedures section in the following NASS reports for further information Hogs and
Pigs released December 23, 2011, Cattle released January 27, 2012, and Agricultural Prices released February 29, 2012.

Estimation Procedures: Estimation procedures for prices, beginning and ending inventories and calf and pig crop
estimates are defined in the Estimation Procedures section of the reports referenced above. This report provides a balance
sheet for each species. The sum of inventory on hand at the beginning of the year plus births and inshipments equals the
sum of marketings, farm slaughter, deaths, and inventory on hand at the end of the year.

Revision Policy: Revisions to previous estimates are made to improve current estimates. For both species, previous year
estimates of inshipments, marketings, farm slaughter, and deaths are subject to revision when the current year estimates
are made. Estimates are also reviewed after data from the Department of Agriculture five-year Census of Agriculture are
available. No revisions are made after that date.


Terms and Definitions

Cash Receipts: Receipts from marketings and any sale of farm-slaughtered meats. For hogs and pigs, includes an
allowance for feeder pig outshipments. United States prices received for cattle and calves and hogs and pigs were
published in Agricultural Prices, released February 29, 2012.

Farm Slaughter: Animals slaughtered on farms primarily for home consumption. Excludes custom slaughter for
producers at commercial establishments.

Gross Income: Sum of cash receipts and value of home consumption.

Inshipments: Livestock shipped into States for feeding or breeding. Excludes animals brought in for immediate slaughter.

Marketings: Includes animals for slaughter market and younger animals shipped to other States for feeding and breeding
purposes. Excludes interfarm sales within the same State and farm slaughter. Number of head marketed includes all
custom slaughter, but live weight marketed, shown in pounds, excludes custom slaughter consumed on farms where
produced.

Production: Includes total live weight of animals marketed, farm slaughter, and custom slaughter consumed on farms
where produced, minus live weight of inshipments, with an adjustment for any increase or decrease in live weight of
inventory.

Value of Home Consumption: Total value of on-farm slaughter and custom slaughter consumed on the farm where
produced.




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                                                                                          USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service
Information Contacts

Listed below are the commodity specialists in the Livestock Branch of the National Agricultural Statistics Service to
contact for additional information. E-mail inquiries may be sent to nass@nass.usda.gov

Dan Kerestes, Chief, Livestock Branch .......................................................................................................... (202) 720-3570

Scott Hollis, Head, Livestock Section ............................................................................................................ (202) 690-2424
   Travis Averill – Cattle, Cattle on Feed ..................................................................................................... (202) 720-3040
   Sherry Bertramsen – Livestock Slaughter ................................................................................................ (515) 284-4340
   Doug Bounds – Hogs and Pigs, Goats ...................................................................................................... (202) 720-3106
   Mike Miller – Milk Production and Milk Cows ....................................................................................... (202) 720-3278
   Lorie Warren – Dairy Products, Sheep ..................................................................................................... (202) 690-3236


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