Estimated Weekly Meat Production Under Federal Inspection

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St Joseph, MO          Fri Oct 28, 2011          USDA Market News
Estimated Weekly Meat Production Under Federal Inspection

     Total red meat production under Federal inspection for the week
ending Saturday, October 29, 2011 was estimated at 997.7 million lbs.
according to the U.S.Department of Agriculture's Marketing Service.
This was 1.6 percent higher than a week ago and 0.8 percent lower
than a year ago.  Cumulative meat production for the year to date was
0.5 percent higher compared to the previous year.

                        Meat Production (millions of pounds)
                             (excludes condemned)
Week Ending       Beef     Calf/Veal     Pork (2) Lamb/Mutton  Totals (3)
  29-Oct-11       521.4          2.5        471.1         2.7     997.7
  22-Oct-11       503.9          2.6        472.9         2.6     982.0
   Change:          3.5%        -3.8%        -0.4%        3.8%      1.6%
  30-Oct-10       520.6          2.6        479.2         3.0    1005.4
   Change:          0.2%        -3.8%        -1.7%      -10.0%     -0.8%
  2011 YTD      21525.8        104.6      18379.1       116.4   40125.9
  2010 YTD      21504.8        108.3      18173.9       126.9   39914.0
   Change:          0.1%        -3.4%         1.1%       -8.3%      0.5%
(1)Previous week estimates may be revised. Year ago data are actuals.
(2) Excludes lard.      (3) Totals may not add due to rounding.
2011 totals are subject to revision
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                        Livestock Slaughter (head)
Week Ending   Cattle    Calves/Vealers     Hogs   Sheep/Lambs
  29-Oct-11     671,000       18,000    2,306,000      40,000
  22-Oct-11     651,000       18,000    2,323,000      39,000
   Change:          3.1%         0.0%        -0.7%        2.6%
  30-Oct-10     668,000       17,000    2,311,000      45,000
   Change:          0.4%         5.9%        -0.2%      -11.1%
  2011 YTD   27,970,000      693,000   89,717,000   1,653,000
  2010 YTD   28,000,000      716,000   89,562,000   1,859,000
   Change:         -0.1%        -3.2%         0.2%      -11.1%
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                     Average Weights (lbs)
Week Ending Live:          Cattle    Calves/Vealers    Hogs   Sheep/Lambs
  29-Oct-11   Estimate          1288          245         274       138
  22-Oct-11   Estimate          1285          251         273       137
  30-Oct-10     Actual          1298          264         278       135
            Dressed:
  29-Oct-11   Estimate           779          144         205        69
  22-Oct-11   Estimate           777          148         204        68
  30-Oct-10     Actual           782          156         208        67
------------------------------------------------------------------------
           Percentage of Total Cattle Slaughtered by Class
Week Ending    Steers      Heifers        Cows           Bulls
  15-Oct-11       48.7%        29.3%        20.3%        1.7%
  16-Oct-10       47.2%        31.6%        19.3%        1.9%

           Percentage of Total Hogs Slaughtered by Class
Week Ending Barrows & Gilts                 Sows                 Boars
  15-Oct-11       97.0%                      2.7%                  0.3%
  16-Oct-10       97.0%                      2.7%                  0.3%

*2010 slaughter totals adjusted to reflect NASS revisions
Source: USDA Market News, St Joseph, MO
        816-238-0678 or  816-676-7000    e-mail stjoe.lgmn@ams.usda.gov
        www.ams.usda.gov/LSMarketNews

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