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Beef USA - National Cattlemen`s Beef Association
DIRECTIONS Celebrating 25 Years
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the popular listings of the top producers in
each industry segment. These annual lists,
along with important production statistics,
are compiled by CattleFax and widely used
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United States.
he National Cattlemen’s Beef
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2012
Cattle and Calves on Farms (000 head)
Jan. 1, 2012 • Cattle and calf numbers down 2%
Largest decline was in Region IV • U.S. Total 90,769
2012
Region VII 19.7%
Kansas
6,100
Nebraska
6,450
North Dakota 1,690
South Dakota 3,650
Total
17,890
2012
Region V
Alaska
Colorado
Idaho
Montana
Oregon
Washington
Wyoming
Total
12.4%
13
2,750
2,220
2,500
1,300
1,110
1,360
11,253
2011
TREND
DOWN
UP
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
19.33%
6,300
6,200
1,700
3,700
17,900
2011
TREND
2012
Region III 16.1%
Illinois
1,070
Iowa
3,900
Minnesota 2,360
Missouri
3,900
Wisconsin 3,400
Total
14,630
TREND
2011
15.96%
DOWN 1,100
FLAT 3,900
DOWN 2,380
DOWN 3,950
DOWN 3,450
DOWN 14,780
Region I
12.1%
11.9%
Indiana
860
UP
850
Kentucky
2,150 DOWN 2,190
Maryland
200
UP
195
Michigan
1,110
UP
1,090
New England* 526 DOWN
538
New York
1,410
UP
1,400
Ohio
1,280
UP
1,230
Pennsylvania 1,610 FLAT 1,610
Virginia
1,490 DOWN 1,540
West Virginia 390
UP
370
Total
11,026
UP 11,013
*Connecticut, Delaware, Maine,
Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New
Jersey, Rhode Island and Vermont
2011
TREND
11.97%
DOWN
14
UP
2,650
UP
2,200
FLAT 2,500
DOWN 1,330
UP
1,090
UP
1,300
UP 11,084
2012
2012
Region VI
Arizona
California
Hawaii
New Mexico
Nevada
Utah
Total
10.0%
920
5,350
140
1,390
470
800
9,070
42 NATIONAL CATTLEMEN
2011
TREND
9.68%
UP
870
UP
5,150
DOWN
141
DOWN 1,540
UP
460
FLAT
800
UP
8,961
2012
Region IV 19.9%
Arkansas
1,670
Oklahoma 4,500
Texas
11,900
Total
18,070
TREND
2011
21.73%
DOWN 1,720
DOWN 5,100
DOWN 13,300
DOWN 20,120
Region II
9.7%
Alabama
1,210
Florida
1,710
Georgia
1,020
Louisiana
790
Mississippi
950
North Carolina 810
South Carolina 370
Tennessee 1,970
Total
8,830
TREND
DOWN
UP
FLAT
FLAT
UP
UP
DOWN
DOWN
UP
2011
9.42%
1,230
1,630
1,020
790
900
780
385
1,990
8,725
DIRECTIONS 2012
TOP 25 Seedstock Operations
Rank
1
2
3
Company Name
Location
Owned By
CEO
Total
Marketings
Subsidiaries/
Allied Operation
Number Combined Ranch
of Ranches Acreage
Breeds
Utilitzed
Company Names
Used in Registration
Express Ranches
Yukon, OK
Robert A. Funk
Jarold Callahan
5,994
Express Angus, Express Limousin
10
200,000
Angus, Limousin
Gardiner Angus Ranch
Ashland, KS
Gardiner Family
Henry Gardiner
2,953
N/A
1
49,000
Angus
Angus
3
25,000
Angus
Sandpointe, SPCC-Arthur LLC
Leachman Cattle of
Colorado and cooperators
Sandpointe Cattle Co., Sandpointe Cattle Co., 1,323
LLC
LLC
Lodgepole, NE John Widdowson, President
Express Angus, Express Limousin
Express UU Bar, Spring Creek
Express UU Bar, Spring Creek
Pfeiffer, Hometown, Vista Angus
GAR
4
Leachman Cattle
of Colorado
Lee Leachman & Mike
Browning Families
Lee Leachman, CEO
1,315
N/A
N/A
N/A
Angus, Red Angus
Charolais, Stablizer
5
Nichols Farms, Ltd.
Bridgewater, IA
Family
J. David Nichols
1,175
3 Franchises—Illinois,
Missouri, Wisconsin
N/A
N/A
Angus, Simmental Nichols Farms, Wagner Cattle Co.
South Devon
Nichols Farm MO Division,
Nichols Farms WI Division,
Shawn Bula, Ayers Stock Farm,
Potter Simmentals, Brent & Max
Potter, Crawford & Crawford,
Rod Northrup
6
7
Thomas Angus Ranch
Baker City, OR
Thomas Family
Rob Thomas
1,173
N/A
4
4,000
Angus
Thomas
Sitz Angus Ranch
Dillon, Harrison, MT
Sitz Family
1,150
N/A
N/A
N/A
Angus
Sitz Angus Farms, Jim SItz
Robert Sitz, Bar 69 Cattle
Sharon Sitz
Vermillion Ranch
Billings, MT
Pat Goggins & Family
Pat Goggins
1,150
N/A
5
85,000
Angus
Vermillion Ranch
44 Farms
Cameron, TX
N/A
N/A
1,081
N/A
1
N/A
Angus
22 Farms
Riverbend Ranch
Idaho Falls, ID
Frank & Belinda
Vandersloot
David Brown, CEO
940
Riverbend Ranches Feeders
Riverbend Ranch Steak Co.
Riverbend Ranches Quarter Horses
12
N/A
Angus, Charolais
Riverbend Ranch
DeBruycker Family
Lloyd DeBruycker
920
N/A
4
N/A
Charolais
DeBruycker Family,
Shawn McCracken
Kelly & Martie Schaff
Kelly Schaff
750
N/A
1
8,400
Angus
Schaff Angus Valley
Bill & Joe Bennett
Joe Bennett
650
Bowen Hereford,
Tolbert Hereford, Herrmann Cattle CO.,
Woolery Cattle Co.
3
10,000
Hereford, Angus
W.T.Bennett, BB Cattle Co.
Leslie, Jolene & Jay Whitner
Tracy Bennett
Magness Land & Cattle
Platteville, CO
Gary Magness
650
N/A
2
4,000
Limousin, Angus
Magness Land & Cattle
Shaw Cattle Co.
Caldwell, ID
Shaw Family
Greg Shaw
647
N/A
1
N/A
Angus, Hereford
Red Angus
Shaw Cattle Co.
J.D. Hudgins, Inc.
Hungerford, TX
J.D. Hudgins, Inc.
Coleman H. Locke,
President
614
N/A
1
8,610
Brahman
575
Rouse Red Angus, RAB Ranch
1
9,500
Red Angus,
Simmental
J.D. Hudgins-Locke Div.,
Hudgins Div., Forgason Div.,
J. Forgason Div., Goudeau Div.,
Leslie Hudgins & Sons Div., Koonce, Div.
Bieber Red Angus
Rouse Red Angus, RAB Ranch
N/A
1
N/A
Angus, Gelbvieh
Simmental
Eagle Pass Ranch
N/A
1
N/A
Angus, Charolais
Fink Beef Genetics, Megan Fink
Galen & Lori Fink
ORIgen, Inc.
1
3,600
Angus
SydGen 2
Schiefelbein Feeders, LLC
1
4,200
Angus, Simmental
Schiefelbein
Leonard Wulf & Sons
2
31,000
Limousin, Angus
Leonard Wulf & Sons,
Wulf Cattle
N/A
2
380,000
Gelbvieh, Balancers
Red Angus, Brangus
Bar T Bar Ranch
N/A
1
7,700
Gelbvieh, Balancers
Red Angus
Judd Ranch
ARCCO of St. Lucie, LLC
5
55,000
Braford, Red Angus
Gelbvieh
Adams Ranch, Inc.
8
9
10
Charolais
11 DeBruycker
Dutton, MT
Valley
12 SchaffSt. Angus
Anthony, ND
Cattle Co.
13 BB
Connell, WA
14
15
16
Angus Ranch Ron & Lois Bieber
17 Bieber Red
Leola, SD
and Craig & Penny Bieber
Craig Bieber, CEO
Pass Ranch
Steve Munger
557
18 Eagle
Highmore, SD
Steve Munger
Beef Genetics Megan, Lori & Galen Fink 532
19 FinkRandolph,
KS
Galen Fink
Sydenstricker
Genetics
Eddie
L. Sydenstricker
505
20 Mexico, MO
Ben Eggers
Farms Schiefelbein Family
450
21 Schiefelbein
Kimball, MN
Frank Schiefelbein
Wulf Cattle
Leonard Wulf & Sons
408
22 Morris,
MN
Jerry Wulf
Bar T Bar
Prosser Family
400
23 Winslow,
AZ
Bob Prosser
Ranches, Inc.
Judd Family
327
24 JuddPomona,
KS
David A. Judd
Ranch, Inc. Alto “Bud” Adams & Family306
25 Adams
Ft. Pierce, FL
Michael L. Adams
TOP 25 Cow/Calf Operations
Subsidiaries/
Allied Operations
CEO
Number
of Cows
Acreage
Ranches/
Ranch Locations
Breeds
Used
Farmland
Reserves, Inc.
N/A
K. Erik Jacobsen
42,000
1/295,000
Florida
Simbrah, Braford
Brangus, Angus
Boise, ID
Simplot Families
Simplot
Livestock Co.
Thomas J. Basabe
30,000
15/4 million
Idaho, Oregon,
Nevada, Utah
Angus, Hereford,
Charolais
King Ranch, Inc.
Houston, TX
King Ranch
Family
N/A
Jack Hunt
23,127
825,000
Texas
Santa Gertrudis
& X-Breds
4
Lykes Bros. Inc.
Brighton, FL
N/A
N/A
Charles P. Lykes Jr.
14,680
N/A, N/A
Florida
Angus, Brangus,
Charolais
5
6
Seminole Tribe
Big Cypress, FL
N/A
N/A
N/A
13,000
2, N/A
Florida
N/A
Padlock Ranch
Company
Ranchester, WY
Homer/Mildred
Scott Family
N/A
Wayne Fahsholtz
12,250
3/475,000
Montana, Wyoming
Padlock
Composite
7
Silver Spur
Encampment, WY
Ranch
John & Leslie
Malone
N/A
Thad York
12,000
5, N/A
8
Koch Agriculture Co.
dba-Matador Cattle Co.
Wichita, KS
Koch Industries
N/A
Randy Lair
10,000
3, N/A
Texas, Kansas,
Montana
Hereford, Angus,
Charolais
9
10
Parker Ranch, Inc.
Kamuela, HI
N/A
N/A
Neil “Dutch” Kuyper
9,900
1/130,000
Hawaii
Angus, Charolais
True Ranches LLC
Casper, WY
True Family
N/A
David L. True
9,700
7/confidential
Wyoming
Angus, Charolais,
Hereford
11
12
Alico Inc.
La Belle, FL
N/A
N/A
J.D. Alexander
9,500
1/76,000
N/A
N/A
W.T. Waggoner Estate
& Biggs Family Trust
Vernon, TX
A.B. Wharton
N/A
A.B. Wharton & Gene
8,949
Willingham, Co-Directors
1/526,000
Texas
Hereford, Red Angus,
Angus-Charolais
13
Lightsey Cattle Co.
Lake Wales, FL
Cary & Layne
Lightsey
N/A
N/A
8,783
11/43,000
N/A
Braford, Brangus,
Charolais, Angus
14
Duane Martin Livestock
Ione, CA
Duane Martin
N/A
N/A
8,450
N/A
15
16
Ellison Ranching Co.
Tuscarora, NV
Ellison Family
N/A
Peter Ellison & Bill Hall
8,300
4, N/A
Nevada, Idaho
Angus, Angus Cross
Adams Ranch, Inc.
Ft. Pierce, FL
Adams Family
ARCCO
Michael L. Adams
of St. Lucie
8,264
5/55,000
Florida, Georgia
Braford, ARRAB,
ARGEL, ABEEF
composites
17
18
Circle A Ranch
Iberia, MO
Dave Gust Family
N/A
Mark Aiken
7,000
N/A
Missouri, Iowa
Angus
RU-Mar Inc.
Ft. Pierce, FL
R.W. Carlton Family
N/A
Wayne Carlton
5,900
5, N/A
N/A
Angus, Charolais,
Beefmaster
19
20
21
A. Duda and Sons, Inc.
Oviedo, FL
Duda Family
N/A
David Duda
4,700
2/30,000
Florida
Angus, Beefmaster
Broken O Ranch LLC
Augusta, MT
Moore Family
N/A
Dan Freeman
4,700
1/137,000
Montana
Black Angus
Spade Ranches, Ltd.
Lubbock, TX
Chappell &
Bassham Family
N/A
Wesley Welch
4,476
6/275,000
Texas
Balancer &
Sim/Angus
22
23
Ponoholo Ranch, Ltd.
Kohala, HI
Von Holt Family
N/A
Pono Von Holt
4,054
1/11,000
Hawaii
Angus, Charolais
Duane Martin Jr.
Livestock
Elk Grove, CA
Duane & Lynette
Martin Jr
N/A
N/A
3,750
N/A
.
24
Pitchfork Land
& Cattle Co.
Guthrie, TX
Williams Family
N/A
Eugene F. Williams, III.
3,430
2/180,000
Atherton
Richards Trust
N/A
Herbert M. “Tim”
Richards III, DVM
3,000
2/14,000
Rank
Name
Head Office
Owner
1
Deseret Cattle
Cattle & Citrus
St. Cloud, FL
2
J.R. Simplot Co.
3
25
Kahua Ranch Ltd. Kohala Mountain, HI
44 NATIONAL CATTLEMEN
New Mexico,
Angus, Red Angus,
Colorado, Wyoming
Charolais
California, Oregon, Black Angus Bulls
Nevada
Black Angus
English X Cows
California, Oregon, Black Angus Bulls,
Wyoming, Nebraska, Black Angus
Colorado
based cowherd
Texas, Oklahoma Angus X, Herefords
Hawaii
Angus, Hereford,
Charolais, Wagyu
DIRECTIONS 2012
TOP 25 Feeding Operations
Rank
1
Name
T
Subsidiaries/
Allied Operations
Owner
CEO
Capacity
Yards
Locations
JBS Five Rivers
Cattle Feeding LLC
Greeley, CO
JBS Swift
J&F Oklahoma
Mike Thoren
940,000
11
Kansas, Texas, Colorado,
Oklahoma, Idaho, New Mexico,
Arizona
2
3
Cactus Feeders
Amarillo, TX
Employees
Spikebox Land and Cattle
Mike Engler
527,000
9
Texas, Kansas
Cargill Cattle
Feeders LLC
Wichita, KS
Cargill Inc.
Todd Allen
355,000
5
Kansas, Texas, Colorado
4
5
6
Friona Industries, L.P.
Amarillo, TX
Privately Held
Friona Ag Credit Corp.
James E. Herring
290,000
4
Texas
J. R. Simplot Co.
Boise, ID
Simplot Family
Simplot Livestock Co.
Thomas J. Basabe
230,000
2
Idaho, Washington
Cattle Empire LLC
Satanta, KS
Roy N. Brown
229,000
5
Kansas
7
Irsik & Doll Feed
Services, Inc.
Cimarron, KS
Privately Held
Grain Division,
Commercial Feedmills
John M. Petz
215,000
6.5
Kansas
Lamar, CO
Privately Held
Timpas Feedyard LLC,
Ordway Feedyard LLC,
Fall River Feedyard LLC,
Rocky Ford Feedyard LLC,
Joe Spitz
197,000
9
Colorado, South Dakota,
Kansas
Bob Foote
190,000
4
Kansas, Nebraska
180,000
6
Kansas, Washington
Idaho
8 Four States Feedyard, Inc.
T
Head Office
Roy N. Brown,
4BK Cattle Co. LLC,
Paul J. Brown,Rex A.Brown, Santa Fe Trail Dairy LLC,
Pam Kells,
Empire Dairy Services LLC,
Ronald C. Shortridge
Empire Calf Ranch LLC
and DeeAnn Brown
9
10
Foote Cattle Co.
Bucyrus, KS
Privately Held
Agri Beef Co.
Boise, ID
Rebholtz Family
10
12
Pinal Feeding Co.
AB Foods LLC,
Robert Rebholtz Jr.
Washington Beef LLC,
Performix Nutrition LLC
Laveen, AZ Northside Hay Company
Sacate Pellet Mill
Earl Petznick
180,000
3
Arizona
Oppliger Feedyard, Inc.
Clovis, NM
Don Oppliger
Farming, Ranching,
Dairy, Trucking
Don Oppliger
174,000
5
Texas, New Mexico, Nebraska
13
Gottsch Cattle Company
Hastings, NE
Brett and Bill Gottsch
North Platte
Livestock Feeders
Brett Gottsch
167,000
3
Nebraska
14
15
AzTx Cattle Co.
Hereford, TX
Josserand Family
T.A.G. Finance
Robert D. Josserand
144,000
2
Kansas, Texas
Innovative Livestock
Services, Inc.
Great Bend, KS
Privately Held
Beef Marketing Group,
MMI International
Andrew Murphy
140,000
6
Kansas, Nebraska
Harris Feeding Co.
Coalinga, CA
John C. Harris
Harris Farms,
Harris Ranch Beef Co
David E. Wood
135,000
2
California, Nevada
Privately Held
Custer County Feeders,
Paul Johnson& Sons,
Bellar North
Jerry Adams
134,500
5
Nebraska
Tejas Trading Company
Mike Smith
130,000
3
Texas
Ed Barrett
125,000
2
Texas
Johnny Trotter
125,000
2
Texas
16
17 Adams Land and Cattle Co. Broken Bow, NE
18
*T 19
*T 19
21
22
23
Tejas Feeding Group
Amarillo, TX
N/A
Barrett-Crofoot, Inc.
Hereford, TX
Barrett Families
Bar G Feedyard
Summerfield, TX Livestock Investors LTD
Dinklage Feed Yard, Inc.
Sidney, NE
Corporation
G.M. Rex Trumbull
124,000
5
Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado
Pratt Feeders, LLC
Pratt, KS
Privately Held
Jerry Bohn
115,000
4
Kansas, Oklahoma
Hitch Enterprises, Inc.
Guymon, OK
Hitch Family
Henry C. Hitch Feedlot Inc., Chris and Jason Hitch 111,000
Hitch Feeders 1 Inc.
2
Oklahoma
*T 25
Cattlco Inc.
Memphis, TN
Privately Held
Cattlco Feeders II, LLC
David M. Johnson
100,000
2
Kansas, Colorado
*T 25
Bartlett Cattle Co., L.P.
Kansas City, MO
Bartlett
and Company
Bartlett Grain Company L.P.,
Bartlett Milling Company L.P.
John Gillcrist
100,000
2
Texas, Kansas
*Note: T = Tied
TOP 10 Beef Packing Operations
Slaughter Slaughter Beef
Total
Capacity Plants
Rank
Name
Head Office
Owner
Subsidiaries
CEO
2011 Sales
1
Cargill Meat
Solutions
Wichita, KS
Cargill, Inc.
N/A
John Keating
Confidential
N/A
N/A
10
Texas, Kansas,
Nebraska, Colorado,
California, Wisconsin,
Pennsylvania, Canada
2
Tyson Foods, Inc
Springdale, AR
Publicly
traded company
$32.3 billion
N/A
N/A
8
Texas, Nebraska,
Kansas, Illinois,
Nebraska, Washington,
Iowa
3
JBS Beef Co.
Greeley, CO
JBS S.A.
N/A
Bill Rupp
$10 billion
8
Colorado, Texas, Utah,
Nebraska, Wisconsin,
Arizona, Michigan,
Pennsylvania
National Beef
4 Packing
Company,
Kansas City, MO
Leucadia National
Corporation,
U.S. Premium Beef,
LLC, & others
National Carriers, Inc.,
National Beef
Leathers LLC,
Kansas City Steak
Company, LLC
Tim Klein
$7.2 billion
N/A
14,000
3
Kansas, California
5
American Foods
Group LLC
Alexandria, MN
Rosen’s
Diversified, Inc.
N/A
Tom Rosen
$2.5 billion
N/A
7,200
12
N/A
6
Greater Omaha
Packing Co., Inc.
Omaha, NE
Henry Davis
N/A
Henry Davis
$1.03 billion
775,000
2,800
1
Nebraska
7
8
Nebraska Beef
Omaha, NE
Corporation
None
William Hughes
N/A
N/A
2,500
1
Nebraska
Caviness Beef
Packers, Ltd.
Hereford, TX
Caviness Family
N/A
Terry Caviness
$435 million
450,000
1,600
2
Texas
9
Sam Kane Beef.
Processors, Inc
Corpus Christi, TX
Kane Family
None
Jerry Kane
confidential
confidential 1,600
1
Texas
Agri Beef Co.
Boise, ID
Rebholtz Family
AB Foods, LLC, Robert Rebholtz, Jr. confidential
Performix Nutrition
Systems, LLC
confidential 1,500
1
Washington
LLC
10
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following segments:
Beef, Chicken, Pork
and Prepared Foods
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BEEF INDUSTRY Statistics
CATTLE NUMBERS: TOP 10
CATTLE BYPRODUCTS:
Jan. 1, 2012
TOTAL CATTLE
Rank State
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
(000 head)
CATTLE
Rank State
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
%of U.S. Total Rank
Texas
11,900
Nebraska
6,450
Kansas
6,100
California
5,350
Oklahoma 4,500
Missouri
3,900
Iowa
3,900
South Dakota 3,650
Wisconsin 3,400
Colorado
2,750
Top 10
51,900
U.S. Total 90,769
State
20.9%
18.8%
16.8%
9.2%
8.3%
3.6%
2.7%
2.3%
2.2%
1.8%
86.7%
100.0%
4,365 14.6%
1,884
6.3%
1,857
6.2%
1,728
5.8%
1,610
5.4%
1,456
4.9%
1,427
4.8%
995
3.3%
950
3.2%
940
3.1%
17,212 57.6%
29,883 100.0%
DAIRY COWS
Rank
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
State
Total
Byproduct
($/cwt)
(000 head) %of U.S. Total
13.1% 1 Texas
7.1% 2 Nebraska
6.7% 3 Missouri
5.9% 4 Oklahoma
5.0% 5 South Dakota
4.3% 6 Montana
4.3% 7 Kansas
4.0% 8 Kentucky
3.7% 9 Tennessee
3.0% 10 Florida
Top 10
57.2%
U.S. Total
100.0%
ON FEED
(000 head) %of U.S. Total
Texas
2,950
Nebraska
2,650
Kansas
2,370
Iowa
1,300
Colorado
1,170
California
510
Oklahoma
380
South Dakota 320
Minnesota
310
Arizona
279
Top 10
12,239
U.S. Total 14,121
Yields and Value
BEEF COWS
(000 head) %of U.S. Total
California
Wisconsin
New York
Idaho
Pennsylvania
Minnesota
Texas
Michigan
New Mexico
Ohio
Top 10
U.S. Total
1,780 19.3%
1,265 13.7%
610
6.6%
581
6.3%
540
5.9%
465
5.0%
435
4.7%
371
4.0%
335
3.6%
270
2.9%
6,652 72.1%
9,230 100.0%
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
$7.55
$7.75
$8.35
$8.89
$8.87
$8.84
$7.03
$7.00
$7.97
$8.52
$7.47
$8.57
$8.28
$8.15
$8.32
$9.94
$10.45
$7.63
$10.73
$13.19
Butt-Branded
Hides as %
Steer Hide Value
of Total
($/cwt)
Byproduct Value
$4.47
$4.56
$5.24
$5.42
$5.19
$5.34
$4.11
$4.16
$4.77
$5.18
$4.89
$5.02
$5.03
$4.97
$5.31
$5.56
$4.97
$3.31
$5.37
$6.16
59.2%
58.8%
62.8%
61.0%
58.5%
60.4%
58.4%
59.4%
59.8%
60.8%
65.5%
58.5%
60.8%
61.1%
63.8%
55.9%
47.6%
43.3%
50.1%
46.6%
CATTLE HERD INVENTORY • The U.S. cattle herd has decreased 1,913,900 head from 2011 to 2012
Year
Total Cattle
Cows
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
98,065
98,162
98,896
99,559
99,176
100,974
102,785
103,548
101,656
99,744
99,115
98,198
43,337
43,353
43,427
43,738
43,023
44,110
44,672
44,739
43,776
43,084
42,878
42,759
50 NATIONAL CATTLEMEN
Calf Crop
38,817
38,613
38,583
38,933
39,369
40,105
40,264
39,823
38,961
38,812
38,796
38,631
Year
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Total Cattle
Cows
Calf Crop
97,277
96,704
96,100
94,403
95,018
96,342
96,573
96,035
94,521
93,701
92,582
90,769
42,580
42,229
42,125
41,519
41,678
41,807
41,789
41,692
41,045
40,456
40,014
39,112
38,280
38,224
37,593
37,260
37,106
37,016
36,759
36,153
35,819
35,685
35,313
34,500
DIRECTIONS 2012
BEEF INDUSTRY Statistics
CONSUMER PER-CAPITA SPENDING
Beef, Pork and Chicken
Americans continue to spend more for pork and broilers. Beef’s share of percapita spending on all meat increased slightly during 2011
Year
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
Beef
($ Spent)
190.24
192.10
188.34
189.62
187.65
189.43
188.26
183.71
184.89
194.35
207.21
223.43
225.21
230.67
268.58
268.31
262.67
271.27
271.23
261.90
261.71
278.21
Pork
($ Spent)
Broilers
($ Spent)
105.83
106.28
104.53
102.64
103.98
100.83
106.84
110.80
124.95
127.22
132.11
135.19
136.64
137.61
143.23
141.50
139.23
145.83
145.12
145.00
149.00
156.63
86.92
88.88
92.98
97.88
99.90
97.94
104.57
106.55
109.28
116.32
116.47
122.24
131.76
130.95
145.76
148.73
136.06
141.13
146.49
140.88
143.31
145.80
Total Year
$ Year
382.99
387.26
385.85
390.14
391.53
388.20
399.67
401.06
419.12
437.89
455.79
480.86
493.61
499.23
557.57
558.54
537.96
558.23
562.84
547.78
554.02
580.64
Beef as %
of total
49.7
49.6
48.8
48.6
47.9
48.8
47.1
45.8
44.1
44.4
45.5
46.5
45.6
46.2
48.2
48.0
48.8
48.6
48.2
47.8
47.2
47.9
U.S. AVERAGE STEER PRICES
Choice 450 lb., 650 lb. and Choice Fed Steer
Choice
450 lb. Steer
Year
($/cwt)
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
98.76
103.22
105.69
96.77
103.15
93.42
78.22
64.10
88.93
87.50
92.22
109.12
110.65
100.90
109.55
129.95
140.06
138.59
130.37
122.96
117.22
130.90
157.83
Choice
Percent 650 lb. Steer Percent
Change
($/cwt)
Change
2.4
4.5
2.4
-8.4
6.6
-9.4
-16.3
-18.0
38.7
-1.6
5.4
18.3
1.4
-8.8
8.6
18.6
7.8
-1.1
-5.9
-5.7
-4.6
11.7
20.6
84.14
89.02
90.72
83.98
88.96
80.05
68.21
59.22
78.26
75.32
78.63
91.91
92.65
83.63
92.75
110.61
117.73
115.43
111.30
105.68
100.65
113.75
137.74
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1.7
5.8
1.9
-7.4
5.9
-10.0
-14.8
-13.2
32.2
-3.8
4.4
16.9
0.8
-9.7
10.9
19.2
6.4
-2.0
-3.6
-5.0
-4.8
13.0
21.1
Choice
Fed Steer
($/cwt)
66.14
70.93
73.94
78.32
76.40
69.29
66.57
65.00
66.09
61.73
65.65
69.65
72.29
67.46
83.72
84.54
87.75
86.08
92.73
92.76
83.12
95.32
114.77
Percent
Change
12.2
7.2
4.2
5.9
-2.5
-9.3
-3.9
-2.4
1.7
-6.6
6.4
6.1
3.8
-6.7
24.1
1.0
3.8
-1.9
7.7
0.0
-10.4
14.7
20.4
CALF CROP
(All cows that have calved and calves born)
On Jan. 1, 2012 the cowherd was 887,000 head smaller than a
year earlier and totaled 39.1 million head.
The 2011 calf crop was 35.3 million head.
All cows that have calved (000 head)
Calves Born (000 head)
State
2011
2012
2010
2011
Alabama
670.0
Alaska
5.6
Arizona
365.0
Arkansas
940.0
California
2,350.0
Colorado
850.0
Connecticut
23.0
Delaware
8.5
Florida
1,040.0
Georgia
580.0
Hawaii
81.0
Idaho
1,020.0
Illinois
450.0
Indiana
385.0
Iowa
1,050.0
Kansas
1,600.0
Kentucky
1,100.0
Louisiana
480.0
Maine
45.0
Maryland
95.0
Massachusetts
19.0
Michigan
460.0
Minnesota
830.0
Mississippi
510.0
Missouri
1,960.0
Montana
1,490.0
Nebraska
1,830.0
Nevada
265.0
New Hampshire 18.0
New Jersey
16.5
New Mexico
810.0
New York
700.0
North Carolina 400.0
North Dakota
900.0
Ohio
560.0
Oklahoma
2,070.0
Oregon
670.0
Pennsylvania
700.0
Rhode Island
2.6
South Carolina 200.0
South Dakota 1,700.0
Tennessee
1,040.0
Texas
5,450.0
Utah
420.0
Vermont
145.0
Virginia
770.0
Washington
485.0
West Virginia
210.0
Wisconsin
1,530.0
Wyoming
700.0
U.S. Total
39,999.2
660.0
6.0
375.0
920.0
2,400.0
880.0
23.0
8.5
1,060.0
590.0
80.0
1,050.0
430.0
370.0
1,100.0
1,550.0
1,070.0
470.0
42.0
95.0
19.0
480.0
830.0
500.0
1,950.0
1,470.0
1,940.0
265.0
18.0
15.5
770.0
710.0
405.0
880.0
570.0
1,780.0
670.0
700.0
2.4
200.0
1,700.0
1,000.0
4,800.0
420.0
143.0
760.0
480.0
205.0
1,530.0
720.0
39,112.4
580.0
560.0
3.9
4.0
270.0
290.0
800.0
800.0
1,980.0 2,030.0
780.0
800.0
21.0
20.0
6.0
7.0
870.0
890.0
490.0
470.0
65.0
65.0
990.0
910.0
410.0
380.0
340.0
310.0
1,010.0 1,050.0
1,420.0 1,420.0
1,000.0
960.0
360.0
375.0
35.0
31.0
78.0
80.0
18.0
18.0
385.0
390.0
800.0
780.0
400.0
385.0
1,850.0 1,820.0
1,490.0 1,470.0
1,660.0 1,690.0
210.0
215.0
14.5
15.0
12.0
11.0
620.0
620.0
520.0
530.0
360.0
350.0
880.0
860.0
450.0
490.0
1,900.0 1,850.0
630.0
630.0
600.0
590.0
2.4
2.2
165.0
160.0
1,650.0 1,620.0
950.0
920.0
4,800.0 4,650.0
365.0
365.0
124.0
115.0
650.0
640.0
430.0
430.0
200.0
185.0
1,390.0 1,380.0
660.0
680.0
35,694.8 35,313.2
DIRECTIONS 2012
BEEF INDUSTRY Statistics
U.S. AVERAGE FEED GRAIN PRICES
Sorghum
$/Bu
2.10
2.12
2.25
1.89
2.31
2.13
3.19
2.34
2.21
1.66
1.57
1.89
1.94
2.32
2.39
1.79
1.86
3.29
4.08
3.20
3.22
5.02
6.10
Year
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
Barley
$/Bu
2.42
2.14
2.10
2.04
1.99
2.03
2.89
2.74
2.38
1.98
2.13
2.11
2.22
2.72
2.83
2.48
2.53
2.85
4.02
5.37
4.66
3.86
5.40
Corn
$/Bu
2.36
2.28
2.37
2.07
2.50
2.26
3.24
2.71
2.43
1.94
1.82
1.85
1.97
2.32
2.42
2.06
2.00
3.04
4.20
4.06
3.55
5.18
6.20
Wheat
$/Bu
3.72
2.61
3.00
3.24
3.26
3.45
4.55
4.30
3.38
2.65
2.48
2.62
2.78
3.56
3.40
3.40
3.42
4.26
6.48
6.78
4.87
5.70
7.30
Average U.S. prices don’t necessarily reflect major export or local markets
and should only be used as an indicator of historical price trends.
Source: USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service
RETAIL WEIGHT, PER-CAPITA SALES
Chicken leads beef in per-capita retail weight sold. These figures are reported in pounds and include bones.
Total
Total
Total Red Meat
Beef
Pork
Veal
Lamb Red Meat Chicken Turkey Poultry and Poultry
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
69.3
67.8
66.6
66.2
64.6
66.3
66.6
67.2
65.7
66.7
67.5
67.6
66.2
67.9
64.9
66.1
65.5
66.2
65.2
62.7
61.1
59.6
57.4
52.0
49.8
50.2
52.8
51.9
52.5
51.8
48.4
47.9
51.5
52.7
51.2
50.2
51.6
51.8
51.3
50.0
49.6
50.8
49.4
49.9
47.9
45.8
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.0
0.9
0.9
1.0
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.7
0.7
0.6
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.2
54 NATIONAL CATTLEMEN
1.5
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.2
1.1
1.1
1.2
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.8
124.0
120.2
119.2
121.3
118.8
120.9
120.5
117.8
115.7
120.2
122.0
120.6
118.1
121.2
118.3
119.0
117.1
117.1
117.4
113.5
112.4
108.9
104.2
58.7
61.0
62.0
65.6
68.0
68.8
68.0
69.4
70.6
71.1
75.3
75.0
74.7
82.0
81.6
84.3
85.8
87.3
85.1
83.3
79.7
81.9
82.3
16.6
17.6
17.8
17.8
17.6
17.7
17.7
18.2
17.3
17.7
17.6
17.3
17.5
17.5
17.6
17.1
16.7
16.9
17.5
17.8
16.8
16.4
16.2
77.2
80.5
81.7
85.3
87.3
88.0
87.2
88.5
88.4
89.1
93.4
93.4
93.4
100.7
100.2
101.4
102.5
104.2
102.6
101.1
96.5
98.3
99.0
201.7
200.7
200.9
206.6
206.1
209.0
207.7
206.3
204.1
209.3
215.5
213.9
211.5
221.8
218.5
220.4
213.6
221.3
220.0
214.6
208.9
207.2
203.2
AVERAGE CARCASS
WEIGHT
Average carcass weights increased
1 pound in 2011.
Year
U.S. Average Carcass
Weight (lbs.)
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
678
681
697
699
688
710
705
695
700
723
730
740
738
758
739
750
762
776
771
773
779
768
769
TOTAL POUNDS OF
CARCASS PRODUCTION
Beef production was flat in 2011 (000 lbs.)
Total U.S. Carcass
Year
Production
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
22,974
22,634
22,800
22,968
22,942
24,278
25,036
25,527
25,490
25,656
26,390
26,777
26,108
27,090
26,215
24,544
24,693
26,152
26,421
26,561
25,963
26,319
26,195
DIRECTIONS 2012
IMPORT/EXPORT Statistics
IMPORTS
WASHINGTON
IDAHO
MONTANA
NORTH
DAKOTA
OTHER
STATES
U.S. TOTAL
17,726
25,607
35,963
46,352
26,469
0
5,980
31,053
55,863
34,361
25,879
26,041
19,764
14,752
23,925
19,089
18,991
11,027
0
2,078
20,197
28,062
37,097
37,749
35,285
25,102
28,018
20,599
31,317
57,598
2,774
0
20,502
45,242
114,802
90,092
33,379
29,507
5,284
19,676
10,286
59,047
323,309
49,995
0
171,742
188,985
319,725
393,744
154,773
97,362
24,234
17,314
3,970
16,061
18,034
12,944
0
7,744
3,840
3,264
4,586
5,753
2,782
1,780
97,486
84,387
161,477
464,284
103,209
0
208,046
289,317
521,716
559,880
262,533
190,977
76,164
ARIZONA
Million Pounds, Carcass Weight Equivalent
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
Boneless
Bone-In
1,091
740
1,062
1,092
844
789
841
812
860
689
605
217
0
243
569
652
584
418
487
332
Fed Cattle
Total
1,696
957
1,062
1,335
1,413
1,441
1,425
1,224
1,341
1,021
MEXICAN FEEDER CATTLE
NEW MEXICO
49,929
40,630
46,280
63,742
71,212
168,653
376,758
341,886
339,589
242,496
327,453
427,913
415,312
TEXAS
648,483
918,300
818,197
491,880
859,068
919,805
604,921
603,101
515,233
255,813
355,492
511,719
655,720
U.S. TOTAL
955,654
1,217,298
1,094,781
799,940
1,228,056
1,351,395
1,231,456
1,229,200
1,084,296
702,926
934,487
1,209,554
1,405,567
14.5
257,242
258,368
230,304
244,318
297,776
262,937
249,777
284,213
229,474
204,617
251,555
269,922
334,535
CANADIAN BEEF
1.6
OF
OF
14.5
IMPORTS
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
U.S. IMPORTS
CANADIAN FEEDER CATTLE
2.8
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
OF
● Higher conception rates
● Environmental adaptability
● More pounds of calf per cow
● Fescue Fungus Tolerant
● Increased Longevity
86.5
● Increased efficiency
● Added heat tolerance
● Fewer days on feed
● Consistently earn premiums in
Angus product lines including CAB
● Lower yield grades
● Research proven tenderness
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PRODUCT INFORMATION
NADA 141-334, Approved by FDA.
U.S. BEEF EXPORTS (000 pounds carcass weight)
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
18%
JAPAN
S. KOREA
MEXICO
CANADA
OTHER
U.S. TOTAL
1,101,166
1,116,855
1,004,975
784,325
919,521
12,000
17,689
51,639
159,394
231,088
274,577
350,991
456,265
307,957
398,825
345,638
597,258
578,660
1,830
1,075
1,283
77,919
152,094
140,553
277,103
379,705
466,001
533,616
532,134
629,042
588,612
333,602
455,651
668,369
585,511
649,354
562,966
500,487
488,000
249,463
253,694
233,271
240,543
226,323
55,531
105,715
238,218
338,584
388,783
362,330
390,213
500,271
292,528
213,281
154,709
196,155
200,896
58,554
108,602
192,895
269,679
466,906
528,253
780,972
960,584
2,417,115
2,516,271
2,270,727
2,447,323
2,523,012
461,567
688,732
1,152,405
1,431,087
1,888,225
1,868,680
2,299,765
2,784,825
U.S. BEEF IMPORTS (by top countries) (000 pounds carcass weight)
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND
865,596
560,957
1,025,344
639,130
1,151,863
637,531
1,136,804
604,045
1,128,625
644,676
1,118,249
645,461
888,758
603,315
887,614
563,612
887,649
507,660
662,845
527,257
791,963
517,357
566,491
471,967
452,043
456,795
CANADA
947,238
918,312
985,717
1,090,909
740,074
1,062,211
1,092,213
843,846
789,410
841,242
812,322
860,892
689,080
BRAZIL
202,241
173,584
163,557
200,785
206,095
219,455
214,354
273,209
280,820
212,906
198,757
60,271
43,426
URUGUAY
0
0
0
0
0
402,847
557,185
305,403
355,308
65,549
76,237
54,200
51,854
U.S. TOTAL
2,873,688
3,031,842
3,161,395
3,217,658
3,006,005
3,678,888
3,598,864
3,084,631
3,052,135
2,537,881
2,396,637
2,296,985
2,056,525
Injectable Solution for Cattle
ANTIMICROBIAL DRUG
180 mg of tildipirosin/mL
For subcutaneous injection in beef and
non-lactating dairy cattle only.
Not for use in female dairy cattle 20 months
of age or older or in calves to be processed
for veal.
CAUTION: Federal (USA) law restricts this drug
to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian.
BRIEF SUMMARY: for full prescribing information
use package insert.
INDICATIONS: Zuprevo™ 18% is indicated for
the treatment of bovine respiratory disease (BRD)
associated with Mannheimia haemolytica,
Pasteurella multocida, and Histophilus somni in beef
and non-lactating dairy cattle, and for the control of
respiratory disease in beef and non-lactating dairy
cattle at high risk of developing BRD associated with
M. haemolytica, P. multocida, and H. somni.
WARNINGS: FOR USE IN ANIMALS ONLY.
NOT FOR HUMAN USE. KEEP OUT OF REACH
OF CHILDREN. TO AVOID ACCIDENTAL
INJECTION, DO NOT USE IN AUTOMATICALLY
POWERED SYRINGES WHICH HAVE NO
ADDITIONAL PROTECTION SYSTEM. IN CASE
OF HUMAN INJECTION, SEEK MEDICAL ADVICE
IMMEDIATELY AND SHOW THE PACKAGE
INSERT OR LABEL TO THE PHYSICIAN.
Avoid direct contact with skin and eyes. If accidental
eye exposure occurs, rinse eyes with clean water.
If accidental skin exposure occurs, wash the skin
immediately with soap and water. Tildipirosin may
cause sensitization by skin contact.
For technical assistance or to report a suspected
adverse reaction, call: 1-800-219-9286.
For customer service or to request a Material
Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), call: 1-800-211-3573.
For additional Zuprevo 18% information go to
www.zuprevo.com.
For a complete listing of adverse reactions for
Zuprevo 18% reported to CVM see:
http://www.fda.gov/AnimalVeterinary/SafetyHealth.
DO NOT USE ZUPREVO 18% IN SWINE.
Fatal adverse events have been reported following
the use of tildipirosin in swine. NOT FOR USE IN
CHICKENS OR TURKEYS.
RESIDUE WARNING: Cattle intended for
human consumption must not be slaughtered
within 21 days of the last treatment. Do not
use in female dairy cattle 20 months of
age or older. Use of this drug product in
these cattle may cause milk residues. A
withdrawal period has not been established
in pre-ruminating calves. Do not use in calves
to be processed for veal.
2011 WORLD BEEF EXPORTS
22%
Others
16%
Brazil
17%
Australia
56 NATIONAL CATTLEMEN
16%
United States
15%
India
3%
Argentina
6%
New Zealand
5%
Canada
PRECAUTIONS: The effects of Zuprevo 18% on
bovine reproductive performance, pregnancy and
lactation have not been determined. Swelling and
inflammation, which may be severe, may be seen at
the injection site after administration. Subcutaneous
injection may result in local tissue reactions which
persist beyond the slaughter withdrawal period. This
may result in trim loss of edible tissue at slaughter.
DIRECTIONS 2012
Made in Germany
Distributed by: Intervet Inc d/b/a
Merck Animal Health, Summit,

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