Sept. 3: Estimated Daily Slaughter

September 3, 2010 08:30 AM
 

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Estimated Daily Livestock Slaughter under Federal Inspection

**This report will not be published on Monday, September 6, 2010 due to
federal holiday** 
                                CATTLE    CALVES      HOGS      SHEEP
Friday 09/03/2010        (est)   129,000     4,000     410,000     6,000
Week ago (est)                   128,000     4,000     401,000     7,000
Year ago (act)                   126,000     4,000     426,000     9,000
Week to date (est)               649,000    17,000   2,036,000    40,000
Same Period Last Week (est)      642,000    17,000   2,041,000    40,000
Same Period Last Year (act)      643,000    18,000   2,160,000    46,000

Saturday 09/04/2010      (est)    20,000         0      81,000         0
Week ago (est)                    36,000         0      69,000         0
Year ago (act)                    20,000         0     107,000         0
Week to date (est)               669,000    17,000   2,117,000    40,000
Same Period Last Week (est)      678,000    17,000   2,110,000    40,000
Same Period Last Year* (act)     662,000    18,000   2,268,000    46,000
2010 Year to Date             22,744,000   586,000  71,944,000 1,509,000
2009 *Year to Date            22,439,000   611,000  75,238,000 1,534,000
Percent change                      1.4%     -4.2%       -4.4%     -1.6%
2010 *Totals subject to revision
2009 *Totals adjusted to reflect NASS revisions
Yearly totals may not add due to rounding
Previous day estimated        Steer and Heifer    Cow and Bull
             Thursday            104,000                26,000

**Revised Thursday Hog Slaughter..405,000  New-Week-to-Date..1,626,000**


Source:  USDA Market News, St Joseph, MO

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