Monthly Reports

Colorado Cattle on Feed up 11 percent

The number of cattle and calves on feed for the slaughter market in Colorado feedlots with a capacity of 1,000 head or larger was estimated at 990,000 head as of September 1, 2011. The latest inventory was up 11 percent from September 1, 2010, and up 2 percent from the previous month. FULL STORY »

Cold Storage: Beef in freezers up 11 percent from last year

Total red meat supplies in freezers were up slightly from the previous month and up 11 percent from last year. FULL STORY »

Cold Storage: Red meat in freezers up 11 percent from last year

Total red meat supplies in freezers were down 6 percent from the previous month but up 11 percent from last year. Total pounds of beef in freezers were down 3 percent from the previous month but up 8 percent from last year. FULL STORY »

Heavy placements of cattle on feed portend future beef production

The USDA's latest Livestock, Dairy and Poultry outlook reports that during the first half of 2011, net placements were 2 percent above placements for the first half of 2010 as drought has pushed cattle off pastures in many parts of the country, and most of these feeder cattle have gone into feedlots. FULL STORY »

WASDE: Cattle prices expected higher as beef forecast declines

Small changes are made to the 2011 forecast of total red meat production. Beef production is reduced slightly. FULL STORY »

USDA: Beef production, cattle slaughter climb 2%

Beef production, at 2.37 billion pounds, was 2 percent above the previous year. Cattle slaughter totaled 3.10 million head, up 2 percent from June 2010. The average live weight was up 1 pound from the previous year, at 1,262 pounds. FULL STORY »

Beef production and average live weight above last year’s totals

Beef production, at 2.13 billion pounds, was 2 percent above the previous year. FULL STORY »

Total red meat supplies in freezers up 21 percent from last year

Total red meat supplies in freezers were up 1 percent from the previous month and up 21 percent from last year. FULL STORY »

2012 cattle prices expected to increase above 2011 levels

Total U.S. meat production in 2012 is projected to be about unchanged from 2011 as lower beef production largely offsets higher pork and poultry production. FULL STORY »

Beef production is forecast higher

The forecast for 2011 red meat and poultry production is virtually unchanged from last month as small increases in beef and pork production are largely offset by a slightly reduced forecast of broiler and turkey production. Beef production is forecast higher as higher cow and bull slaughter more than offsets slightly lower steer and heifer slaughter. FULL STORY »

Fed cattle prices at record levels, beef exports higher

U.S. beef exports are continuing at a fast pace. January beef exports totaled 190.6 million pounds, up 37 million pounds (24%) compared to January 2010. FULL STORY »

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