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Beef Cattle Production Statistics

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Beef StatisticsData
Annual U.S. per capita spending on beef$261.90
Percent of all meat purchases spent on beef47.8 %
Average feed yard cost per cattle head$494
Top Cattle Producing States (Including Dairy Cows)Percent of U.S. Cattle
Texas14.3 %
Kansas6.9 %
Nebraska6.8 %
California5.6 %
Oklahoma5.6 %
Missouri4.5 %
Iowa4.1 %
South Dakota3.8 %
Wisconsin3.5 %
Colorado2.8 %
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Top Markets for U.S. Beef Exports (2011)Value
Canada$1,039,000,000
Japan$872,000,000
Mexico$790,000,000
South Korea$661,000,000
Top Beef Producing CountriesPercent of Production
United States25 %
Brazil20 %
Europe (27)17 %
China12 %
Argentina6 %
India6 %
Australia4 %
Mexico4 %
Russia3 %
Pakistan3 %
Retail Equivalent Value of U.S. Beef IndustryValue
2011$79,000,000,000
2005$71,000,000,000
2002$60,000,000,000
Total U.S. Beef ConsumptionPounds
201125,600,000,000 lbs
200527,800,000,000 lbs
200227,900,000,000 lbs
Value of U.S. Cattle and Calf ProductionValue
2011$45,200,000,000
2005$36,600,000,000
2002$27,100,000,000
U.S. Beef Production (Commercial Carcass Weight)Pounds
201126,290,000,000 lbs
200524,680,000,000 lbs
200227,090,000,000 lbs
U.S. Beef Exports as Percent of ProductionPercent
201110.6 %
20052.8 %
20019 %
U.S. Commercial SlaughterHead of Cattle
201134,100,000
200532,387,000
200235,735,000
Cattle InventoryHead of Cattle
Jan 1, 201692,000,000
Jan 1, 201290,800,000
Jan 1, 201192,700,000
Jan 1, 200696,300,000
Jan 1, 200396,100,000
Jan 1, 1996103,500,000
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Source: Statistic Brain Research Institute (Online / Direct Response Mail)
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: September 22, 2017

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