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Estimated Livestock Slaughter



SJ_LS710

St Joseph, MO    Fri Sep 12, 2014       USDA Market News

Estimated Daily Livestock Slaughter under Federal Inspection



                                CATTLE    CALVES      HOGS      SHEEP

Friday 09/12/2014        (est)   113,000     2,000     402,000     5,000

Week ago (est)                   116,000     2,000     410,000     7,000

Year ago (act)                   105,000     3,000     423,000     7,000

Week to date (est)               574,000    10,000   2,031,000    38,000

Same Period Last Week (est)      474,000    10,000   1,646,000    34,000

Same Period Last Year (act)      589,000    14,000   2,106,000    41,000



Saturday 09/13/2014      (est)    18,000         0      22,000         0

Week ago (est)                    44,000         0     134,000         0

Year ago (act)                    27,000         0      64,000         0

Week to date (est)               592,000    10,000   2,053,000    38,000

Same Period Last Week (est)      518,000    10,000   1,780,000    34,000

Same Period Last Year* (act)     615,000    15,000   2,171,000    41,000

2014 Year to Date             21,098,000   415,000  72,768,000 1,477,000

2013 *Year to Date            22,673,000   522,000  76,858,000 1,486,000

Percent change                     -6.9%    -20.5%       -5.3%     -0.6%

2014 *Totals subject to revision

2013 *Totals adjusted to reflect NASS revisions

Yearly totals may not add due to rounding

Previous day estimated        Steer and Heifer    Cow and Bull

             Thursday             95,000                21,000



**Revised Thursday Sheep Slaughter..9,000  New Week to Date..33,000.**





Source:  USDA Market News, St Joseph, MO

         816-676-7000   e-mail:  stjoe.lpgmn@ams.usda.gov

         www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/SJ_LS710.txt

         www.ams.usda.gov/LPSMarketNewsPage



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