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1 United s Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Statistics Service Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates October 2014 Statistical Bulletin 1042

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3 Contents Summary...4 Poultry Production United s: Broiler Production and Value United s: All Eggs Production and Value United s: Turkey Production and Value United s: Chickens Lost, Sold for Slaughter, Sold, and Value United s: Broiler Production and Value s, United s, and 19 Total: Broiler Production and Value s, United s, and 19 Total: Broiler Production and Value s, United s, and 19 Total: Broiler Production and Value s, United s, and 19 Total: Broiler Production and Value s, United s, and 19 Total: All Eggs Production and Value s and United s: 2008 and All Eggs Production and Value s and United s: 2010 and All Eggs Production and Value s and United s: Turkey Production and Value s and United s: Turkey Production and Value s and United s: Turkey Production and Value s and United s: Turkey Production and Value s and United s: Turkey Production and Value s and United s: Chickens Lost, Sold for Slaughter, Sold, and Value s and United s: Chickens Lost, Sold for Slaughter, Sold, and Value s and United s: Chickens Lost, Sold for Slaughter, Sold, and Value s and United s: Chickens Lost, Sold for Slaughter, Sold, and Value s and United s: Chickens Lost, Sold for Slaughter, Sold, and Value s and United s: Information Contacts...23 Statistical Bulletin Publication Schedule...23 Access to NASS Reports...24 Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates (October 2014) 3

4 Summary Poultry Production and Value: Final Estimates by s and United s, , U.S. Department of Agriculture Statistics Board, National Agricultural Statistics Service, Statistics Board, Statistics Bulletin No Introduction: This bulletin presents final estimates, including revisions made by the Agricultural Statistics Board (ASB), for the years 2008 through The and value from poultry for were published during calendar years Data included in this publication provide a historic record and a benchmark for current estimates. Procedures: Revisions were made after a thorough review of the original survey data and all data now available, including the 2012 Census of Agriculture. Other data series considered included slaughter data, imports, exports, and any other available administrative information. The estimates shown herein are considered final and will not be revised again. At the National level, revisions to estimates of poultry value of were one percent or less for broilers, eggs, turkeys and chickens. Broiler and Egg Production United s: Broilers 1 Year Previous Final Change Previous Final Change (1,000 dollars) (1,000 dollars) (percent) (1,000 dollars) (1,000 dollars) (percent) 23,203,136 21,822,804 23,691,553 22,987,822 24,827,800 - Represents zero. 1 Excludes s producing less than 500,000 broilers. 23,203,136 21,822,804 23,691,553 22,987,822 24,827, ,215,999 6,166,038 6,534,699 7,315,796 7,851,830 Eggs 8,239,313 6,191,040 6,553,087 7,355,873 7,929, Turkey and Chicken Production United s: Turkeys Chickens 1 Year Previous Final Change Previous Final Change Represents zero. 1 sales. (1,000 dollars) (1,000 dollars) (percent) (1,000 dollars) (1,000 dollars) (percent) 4,477,054 3,573,392 4,373,866 4,960,593 5,452,135 4,471,046 3,573,324 4,372,438 4,987,608 5,452, ,164 65,115 73,107 81,073 79,086 62,456 65,381 73,099 81,110 79, Historic Estimates: Final estimates of Poultry Production and Value in earlier years are available in Statistical Bulletins: Broilers and Chickens: No for , No. 994a for , No. 958 for , No. 910 for , No. 806 for , No. 725 for , No. 677 for , No. 602 for , No. 512 for , No. 399 for , No. 287 for , No. 183 for , Farm Production, Disposition and Income from Chicken and Eggs, (released June 1952), and No. 133 for Turkeys: No for , No. 994a for , No. 958 for , No. 910 for , No. 806 for , No. 725 for , No. 671 for , No. 497 for , No. 497 for , No. 396 for , No. 286 for , No. 182 for Turkey values before 1950 are in Farm Production, Disposition and Income from Turkeys, , May 1952 and Farm Production, Disposition and Income from Turkeys, , June Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates (October 2014)

5 Poultry Production United s: Year Broilers 1 Eggs Turkeys Chickens 2 Total (1,000 dollars) (1,000 dollars) (1,000 dollars) (1,000 dollars) (1,000 dollars) 23,203,136 21,822,804 23,691,553 22,987,822 24,827,800 1 Excludes s producing less than 500,000 broilers. 2 sales. 8,239,313 6,191,040 6,553,087 7,355,873 7,929,104 4,471,046 3,573,324 4,372,438 4,987,608 5,452,135 62,456 65,381 73,099 81,110 79,208 35,975,951 31,652,549 34,690,177 35,412,413 38,288,247 Broiler Production and Value United s: [Annual estimates cover the period December 1 previous year through November 30. Broiler including other domestic meat-type strains. Excludes s producing less than 500,000 broilers] Year (1,000 head) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 dollars) 9,009,300 8,550,200 8,623,600 8,607,600 8,463,000 50,441,600 47,752,300 49,152,600 50,082,400 49,655,600 23,203,136 21,822,804 23,691,553 22,987,822 24,827,800 All Eggs Production and Value United s: [Annual estimates cover the period December 1 previous year through November 30. Includes hatching and market (table) eggs] Year Eggs (million eggs) 90,239 90,737 91,811 92,450 94,364 (1,000 dollars) 8,239,313 6,191,040 6,553,087 7,355,873 7,929,104 Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates (October 2014) 5

6 Turkey Production and Value United s: Year (1,000 head) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 dollars) 273, , , , ,500 7,911,797 7,149,314 7,108,222 7,313,205 7,561,905 4,471,046 3,573,324 4,372,438 4,987,608 5,452,135 Chickens Lost, Sold for Slaughter, Sold, and Value United s: [Annual estimates cover the period December 1 previous year through November 30. Excludes broilers] Year lost 1 sold for slaughter sold sales (1,000 head) (1,000 head) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 dollars) 102,071 99, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,411 1 Includes rendered, died, destroyed, composted or disappeared for any reason, except sold for slaughter, during the 12-month period. 62,456 65,381 73,099 81,110 79,208 6 Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates (October 2014)

7 Broiler Production and Value s, United s, and 19 Total: 2008 [Annual estimates cover the period December 1 previous year through November 30. Broiler including other domestic meat-type strains. Excludes s producing less than 500,000 broilers] Alabama... Arkansas... Delaware... Florida... Georgia... Kentucky... Maryland... Minnesota... Mississippi... North Carolina... (1,000 head) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 dollars) 1,062,900 1,160, ,900 63,800 1,409, , ,600 44, , ,100 5,846,000 6,380,000 1,578, ,400 7,468,800 1,652,900 1,612, ,000 4,876,100 5,493,100 2,689,160 2,934, , ,144 3,435, , , ,480 2,243,006 2,526,826 Ohio... Oklahoma... Pennsylvania... South Carolina... Tennessee... Texas... Virginia... West Virginia... Wisconsin... 57, , , , , , ,300 85,700 51, ,800 1,260, ,200 1,516,200 1,018,500 3,461,400 1,251, , , , , , , ,510 1,592, , ,644 99,866 Other s ,600 4,581,600 2,107,536 United s... 9,009,300 50,441,600 23,203, Total ,016,800 49,060,800 22,567,968 1 California, Connecticut, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, New York, Oregon, and Washington combined to avoid disclosing individual operations states in the weekly estimating program: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Missouri, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates (October 2014) 7

8 Broiler Production and Value s, United s, and 19 Total: 2009 [Annual estimates cover the period December 1 previous year through November 30. Broiler including other domestic meat-type strains. Excludes s producing less than 500,000 broilers] Alabama... Arkansas... Delaware... Florida... Georgia... Kentucky... Maryland... Minnesota... Mississippi... North Carolina... (1,000 head) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 dollars) 1,002,300 1,050, ,700 42,000 1,322, , ,400 44, , ,600 5,512,700 5,780,000 1,598, ,000 6,874,400 1,657,800 1,398, ,400 4,601,700 5,317,200 2,519,304 2,641, , ,164 3,141, , , ,605 2,102,977 2,429,960 Ohio... Oklahoma... Pennsylvania... South Carolina... Tennessee... Texas... Virginia... West Virginia... Wisconsin... 56, , , , , , ,800 82,700 45, ,400 1,220, ,000 1,521, ,500 3,611,000 1,204, , , , , , , ,148 1,650, , ,176 87,927 Other s ,700 4,251,300 1,942,845 United s... 8,550,200 47,752,300 21,822, Total ,284,900 46,358,900 21,186,019 1 California, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, New York, Oregon, and Washington combined to avoid disclosing individual operations states in the weekly estimating program: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Missouri, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. 8 Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates (October 2014)

9 Broiler Production and Value s, United s, and 19 Total: 2010 [Annual estimates cover the period December 1 previous year through November 30. Broiler including other domestic meat-type strains. Excludes s producing less than 500,000 broilers] Alabama... Arkansas... Delaware... Florida... Georgia... Kentucky... Maryland... Minnesota... Mississippi... North Carolina... (1,000 head) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 dollars) 1,033,400 1,043, ,200 51,700 1,313, , ,500 42, , ,500 5,787,000 5,937,500 1,625, ,300 6,882,700 1,672,900 1,433, ,100 4,766,000 5,419,200 2,789,334 2,861, , ,493 3,317, , , ,390 2,297,212 2,612,054 Ohio... Oklahoma... Pennsylvania... South Carolina... Tennessee... Texas... Virginia... West Virginia... Wisconsin... 60, , , , , , ,400 87,600 46, ,800 1,503, ,100 1,556, ,700 3,645,400 1,292, , , , , , , ,589 1,757, , ,772 95,243 Other s ,400 4,339,600 2,091,687 United s... 8,623,600 49,152,600 23,691, Total ,355,300 47,739,700 23,010,536 1 California, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, New York, Oregon, and Washington combined to avoid disclosing individual operations states in the weekly estimating program: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Missouri, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates (October 2014) 9

10 Broiler Production and Value s, United s, and 19 Total: 2011 [Annual estimates cover the period December 1 previous year through November 30. Broiler including other domestic meat-type strains. Excludes s producing less than 500,000 broilers] Alabama... Arkansas... Delaware... Florida... Georgia... Kentucky... Maryland... Minnesota... Mississippi... Missouri... (1,000 head) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 dollars) 1,021,100 1,027, ,800 61,800 1,375, , ,100 41, , ,200 5,820,300 5,855,600 1,524, ,200 7,426,100 1,705,000 1,648, ,300 4,625,600 1,369,000 2,671,518 2,687, , ,889 3,408, , , ,757 2,123, ,371 North Carolina... Ohio... Oklahoma... Pennsylvania... South Carolina... Tennessee... Texas... Virginia... West Virginia... Wisconsin ,900 59, , , , , , ,800 85,400 46,500 5,587, ,500 1,588, ,400 1,541, ,600 3,656,900 1,292, , ,300 2,564, , , , , ,226 1,678, , ,794 89,643 Other s ,800 3,043,200 1,396,829 United s... 8,607,600 50,082,400 22,987, Total ,336,100 48,664,100 22,336,822 1 California, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Michigan, Nebraska, New York, Oregon, and Washington combined to avoid disclosing individual operations states in the weekly estimating program: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Missouri, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. 10 Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates (October 2014)

11 Broiler Production and Value s, United s, and 19 Total: 2012 [Annual estimates cover the period December 1 previous year through November 30. Broiler including other domestic meat-type strains. Excludes s producing less than 500,000 broilers] Alabama... Arkansas... Delaware... Florida... Georgia... Kentucky... Maryland... Minnesota... Mississippi... Missouri... (1,000 head) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 dollars) 1,003, , ,000 59,500 1,361, , ,800 46, , ,600 5,620,200 5,758,400 1,505, ,000 7,625,500 1,733,200 1,604, ,400 4,507,800 1,303,700 2,810,100 2,879, , ,500 3,812, , , ,700 2,253, ,850 North Carolina... Ohio... Oklahoma... Pennsylvania... South Carolina... Tennessee... Texas... Virginia... West Virginia... Wisconsin ,600 63, , , , , , ,000 94,000 52,900 5,677, ,200 1,340, ,100 1,537, ,000 3,495,100 1,306, , ,200 2,838, , , , , ,000 1,747, , , ,100 Other s ,500 3,199,800 1,599,900 United s... 8,463,000 49,655,600 24,827, Total ,176,300 48,112,500 24,056,250 1 California, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Michigan, Nebraska, New York, Oregon, and Washington combined to avoid disclosing individual operations states in the weekly estimating program: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Missouri, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia. Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates (October 2014) 11

12 All Eggs Production and Value s and United s: 2008 and 2009 [Annual estimates cover the period December 1 previous year through November 30. Includes hatching and market (table) eggs. Totals may not add due to rounding] Alabama... Arkansas... California... Colorado... Connecticut... Florida... Georgia... Hawaii... Illinois... Indiana... Eggs (million eggs) (million eggs) (1,000 dollars) (1,000 dollars) 2,150 3,198 5,271 1, ,749 4, ,309 6,523 2,145 2,998 5,304 1, ,670 4, ,253 6, , , ,438 96,842 60, , ,244 8, , , , , ,805 70,308 41, , ,599 8,759 71, ,020 Iowa... Kentucky... Louisiana... Maine... Maryland... Massachusetts... Michigan... Minnesota... Mississippi... Missouri... 14,407 1, , ,732 2,767 1,511 1,947 14,475 1, ,909 2,777 1,440 2,038 1,117, ,387 47, ,433 62,682 3, , , , , , ,285 38,009 63,226 33,150 2, , , , ,665 Montana... Nebraska... New York... North Carolina... Ohio... Oklahoma... Oregon... Pennsylvania... South Carolina... South Dakota ,777 1,167 3,063 7, ,189 1, ,749 1,192 3,148 7, ,543 1, , ,242 96, , ,477 80,888 64, , ,178 55,752 6, ,859 66, , ,793 70,175 47, ,224 85,739 37,936 Tennessee... Texas... Utah... Vermont... Virginia... Washington... West Virginia... Wisconsin... Wyoming , , , , , , , ,283 72,422 5,252 77, ,448 30, , , ,480 52,470 3,782 66, ,499 28,183 78, Other s ,951 1, , ,428 United s... 90,239 90,737 8,239,313 6,191,040 1 Alaska, Arizona, Delaware, Idaho, Kansas, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, and Rhode Island combined to avoid disclosing individual operations. 12 Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates (October 2014)

13 All Eggs Production and Value s and United s: 2010 and 2011 [Annual estimates cover the period December 1 previous year through November 30. Includes hatching and market (table) eggs. Totals may not add due to rounding] Alabama... Arkansas... California... Colorado... Connecticut... Florida... Georgia... Hawaii 1... Illinois... Indiana... Eggs (million eggs) (million eggs) (1,000 dollars) (1,000 dollars) 2,182 2,960 5,283 1, ,592 4, ,272 6,493 2,115 2,951 5,287 1, ,666 4,289 (NA) 1,260 6, , , ,788 77,131 39, , ,065 8,128 73, , , , ,522 85,801 41, , ,812 (NA) 82, ,152 Iowa... Kentucky... Louisiana... Maine... Maryland... Massachusetts... Michigan... Minnesota... Mississippi... Missouri... 14,773 1, , ,055 2,869 1,467 2,017 14,839 1, , ,149 2,827 1,415 2, , ,530 46,210 57,690 35,837 2, , , , , , ,438 55,356 64,544 38,008 2, , , , ,429 Montana... Nebraska... New York... North Carolina... Ohio... Oklahoma... Oregon... Pennsylvania... South Carolina... South Dakota ,751 1,161 3,251 7, ,976 1, ,697 1,256 3,220 7, ,306 1, , ,857 66, , ,361 84,499 51, ,227 86,243 37,696 8, ,837 82, , ,185 88,168 52, , ,561 44,110 Tennessee... Texas... Utah... Vermont... Virginia... Washington... West Virginia... Wisconsin... Wyoming , , , , , , , ,052 64,329 3,769 77, ,732 38,911 78, , ,982 70,840 4,384 88, ,429 39,398 85, Other s ,049 2, , ,672 United s... 91,811 92,450 6,553,087 (NA) Not available. 1 Included in Other s in Alaska, Arizona, Delaware, Idaho, Kansas, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, and Rhode Island combined to avoid disclosing individual operations. 7,355,873 Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates (October 2014) 13

14 All Eggs Production and Value s and United s: 2012 [Annual estimates cover the period December 1 previous year through November 30. Includes hatching and market (table) eggs. Totals may not add due to rounding] Alabama... Arkansas... California... Colorado... Connecticut... Florida... Georgia... Illinois... Indiana... Iowa... Eggs (million eggs) 2,140 3,011 5,387 1, ,515 4,304 1,230 6,805 15,572 (1,000 dollars) 352, , ,950 96,215 46, , ,576 88, ,014 1,062,683 Kentucky... Louisiana... Maine... Maryland... Massachusetts... Michigan... Minnesota... Mississippi... Missouri... Montana... Nebraska... New York... North Carolina... Ohio... Oklahoma... Oregon... Pennsylvania... South Carolina... South Dakota... Tennessee... Texas... Utah... Vermont... Virginia... Washington... West Virginia... Wisconsin... Wyoming... Other s , ,609 2,817 1,380 1, ,724 1,314 3,087 7, ,135 1, ,195 1, , , , ,170 58,699 69,041 46,750 2, , , , ,312 8, ,838 93, , ,315 91,776 54, , ,457 44,576 55, ,497 72,537 4,855 91, ,149 40, , ,461 United s... 94,364 7,929,104 1 Alaska, Arizona, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Kansas, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, and Rhode Island combined to avoid disclosing individual operations. 14 Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates (October 2014)

15 Turkey Production and Value s and United s: 2008 Arkansas... California... Indiana... Iowa... Minnesota... Missouri... North Carolina... Ohio... Pennsylvania... South Carolina... raised (1,000 head) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 dollars) 31,000 16,000 14,500 9,000 48,000 21,000 40,000 6,000 11,500 12, , , , ,000 1,305, ,000 1,208, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,400 South Dakota... Utah... Virginia... West Virginia... 4,700 4,100 18,000 3, , , , ,220 89,023 60, ,144 57,243 Other s ,988 1,019, ,393 United s ,088 7,911,797 1 Includes estimates not shown and s withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. 4,471,046 Turkey Production and Value s and United s: 2009 Arkansas... California... Indiana... Minnesota... Missouri... North Carolina... Ohio... Pennsylvania... South Carolina... South Dakota... raised (1,000 head) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 dollars) 29,000 15,000 15,000 45,000 18,500 35,500 5,200 9,000 11,900 4, , , ,000 1,161, ,500 1,089, , , , , , , , , , , ,726 99, ,912 82,170 Utah... Virginia... West Virginia... 3,200 17,000 3,300 81, ,800 96,690 40, ,424 46,411 Other s ,259 1,154, ,513 United s ,359 7,149,314 1 Includes estimates not shown and s withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. 3,573,324 Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates (October 2014) 15

16 Turkey Production and Value s and United s: 2010 Arkansas... California... Indiana... Minnesota... Missouri... North Carolina... Ohio... Pennsylvania... South Carolina... South Dakota... raised (1,000 head) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 dollars) 28,000 15,200 16,000 47,000 18,000 30,000 4,600 7,400 11,900 4, , , ,400 1,175, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,540 Utah... Virginia... West Virginia... 4,600 17,000 3, , ,800 87,730 75, ,256 52,638 Other s ,788 1,205, ,625 United s ,188 7,108,222 1 Includes estimates not shown and s withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. 4,372,438 Turkey Production and Value s and United s: 2011 Arkansas... California... Indiana... Minnesota... Missouri... North Carolina... Ohio... Pennsylvania... South Carolina... South Dakota... raised (1,000 head) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 dollars) 30,500 15,000 16,000 46,500 17,500 32,000 5,000 7,500 11,500 4, , , ,800 1,181, ,000 1,043, , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,634 Utah... Virginia... West Virginia... 4,300 17,500 3, , ,250 92,400 71, ,891 63,017 Other s ,500 1,210, ,647 United s ,500 7,313,205 1 Includes estimates not shown and s withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. 4,987, Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates (October 2014)

17 Turkey Production and Value s and United s: 2012 Arkansas... California... Indiana... Minnesota... Missouri... North Carolina... Ohio... Pennsylvania... South Carolina... South Dakota... raised (1,000 head) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 dollars) 29,000 15,500 16,500 46,000 17,500 36,000 5,500 7,000 12,000 4, , , ,800 1,168, ,750 1,191, , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,297 Utah... Virginia... West Virginia... 4,100 17,000 3, , ,000 89,100 76, ,682 64,241 Other s ,500 1,292, ,589 United s ,500 7,561,905 1 Includes estimates not shown and s withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. 5,452,135 Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates (October 2014) 17

18 Chickens Lost, Sold for Slaughter, Sold, and Value s and United s: 2008 [Annual estimates cover the period December 1 previous year through November 30. Excludes broilers. Totals may not add due to rounding] Alabama... Arkansas... California... Colorado... Connecticut... Florida... Georgia... Hawaii... Illinois... Indiana... lost 1 sold for slaughter sold sales (1,000 head) (1,000 head) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 dollars) 2,653 5,952 2,570 1, ,179 7, ,700 11,181 15,353 8,926 1,650 1,369 4,442 15, ,843 9,714 86, ,612 29,456 8,250 4,655 16, , ,819 33,028 8,523 10, , Iowa... Kentucky... Louisiana... Maine... Maryland... Massachusetts... Michigan... Minnesota... Mississippi... Missouri... 26,139 1, ,934 2, ,227 3,018 2,051 2,334 1, ,352 3,939 6,583 5,297 21,172 21,730 12,306 7,702 6, ,762 14,574 52,006 24, , ,253 1,270 Montana... Nebraska... New York... North Carolina... Ohio... Oklahoma... Oregon... Pennsylvania... South Carolina... South Dakota , ,796 5, ,654 1,850 1, ,246 3,052 14,308 8,850 3, ,803 3, ,612 10,072 94,433 30,090 22,982 1,621 46,091 18,607 2, , , ,302 2 Tennessee... Texas... Utah... Vermont... Virginia... Washington... West Virginia... Wisconsin... Wyoming , , , ,219 5,445 1, , ,510 1, ,864 42,471 5, ,166 1,300 11,778 7, ,653 4, , , Other s ,120 3,106 10, United s , , ,221 Less than half of the unit shown. 1 Includes rendered, died, destroyed, composted, or disappeared for any reason except sold during the 12-month period. 2 Alaska, Arizona, Delaware, Idaho, Kansas, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, and Rhode Island combined to avoid disclosing individual operations. 62, Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates (October 2014)

19 Chickens Lost, Sold for Slaughter, Sold, and Value s and United s: 2009 [Annual estimates cover the period December 1 previous year through November 30. Excludes broilers. Totals may not add due to rounding] Alabama... Arkansas... California... Colorado... Connecticut... Florida... Georgia... Hawaii... Illinois... Indiana... lost 1 sold for slaughter sold sales (1,000 head) (1,000 head) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 dollars) 2,595 4,691 3, ,440 6, ,474 12,405 13,951 9,406 2,143 1,510 4,043 13, ,319 9,452 89, ,842 31,040 9,429 4,983 15,363 97, ,348 33,082 9,646 11, , Iowa... Kentucky... Louisiana... Maine... Maryland... Massachusetts... Michigan... Minnesota... Mississippi... Missouri... 26, ,811 2,003 1,105 6,634 3,502 1,638 1,821 1, ,213 5,488 6,477 4,395 22,556 23,113 9,992 6,009 5, ,603 21,403 47,282 20, , ,154 1,152 Montana... Nebraska... New York... North Carolina... Ohio... Oklahoma... Oregon... Pennsylvania... South Carolina... South Dakota , ,178 8, ,713 1, ,874 3,007 13,222 10,814 3, ,648 3, ,797 9,923 87,265 36,768 21, ,768 17,214 2, , , ,480 2 Tennessee... Texas... Utah... Vermont... Virginia... Washington... West Virginia... Wisconsin... Wyoming , , ,760 5,720 1, , ,764 2, ,552 42,328 5, , ,113 8, ,545 4, ,628 1, Other s ,909 3,113 10, United s... 99, , ,333 Less than half of the unit shown. 1 Includes rendered, died, destroyed, composted, or disappeared for any reason except sold during the 12-month period. 2 Alaska, Arizona, Delaware, Idaho, Kansas, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, and Rhode Island combined to avoid disclosing individual operations. 65,381 Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates (October 2014) 19

20 Chickens Lost, Sold for Slaughter, Sold, and Value s and United s: 2010 [Annual estimates cover the period December 1 previous year through November 30. Excludes broilers. Totals may not add due to rounding] Alabama... Arkansas... California... Colorado... Connecticut... Florida... Georgia... Hawaii... Illinois... Indiana... lost 1 sold for slaughter sold sales (1,000 head) (1,000 head) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 dollars) 2,754 4,768 4,059 1,065 1,382 3,637 6, ,820 12,453 13,377 7,754 1, ,935 15, ,072 11,598 95, ,328 24,037 8,717 1,907 14, , ,459 38,273 11,602 11, , Iowa... Kentucky... Louisiana... Maine... Maryland... Massachusetts... Michigan... Minnesota... Mississippi... Missouri... 32,235 1, ,103 2,546 1,675 1,196 5,462 3,342 1,663 1,215 1, ,162 4,779 6,937 4,572 17,478 23,060 12,971 3,767 4, ,318 17,204 48,559 21, ,537 1, ,487 1,418 Montana... Nebraska... New York... North Carolina... Ohio... Oklahoma... Oregon... Pennsylvania... South Carolina... South Dakota , ,287 8, ,405 2, ,648 2,144 12,958 10,345 3, ,509 3, ,509 6,861 88,114 34,139 23,623 1,962 42,531 22,179 2, , , ,996 2 Tennessee... Texas... Utah... Vermont... Virginia... Washington... West Virginia... Wisconsin... Wyoming , , ,714 5,306 1, , ,176 2, ,198 38,203 4, , ,755 8, ,597 4, ,772 2, Other s ,457 3,304 11, United s , , ,750 Less than half of the unit shown. 1 Includes rendered, died, destroyed, composted, or disappeared for any reason except sold during the 12-month period. 2 Alaska, Arizona, Delaware, Idaho, Kansas, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, and Rhode Island combined to avoid disclosing individual operations. 73, Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates (October 2014)

21 Chickens Lost, Sold for Slaughter, Sold, and Value s and United s: 2011 [Annual estimates cover the period December 1 previous year through November 30. Excludes broilers. Totals may not add due to rounding] Alabama... Arkansas... California... Colorado... Connecticut... Florida... Georgia... Illinois... Indiana... Iowa... lost 1 sold for slaughter sold sales (1,000 head) (1,000 head) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 dollars) 3,431 4,826 5,195 1,138 1,826 3,292 5, ,881 26,491 11,490 14,179 6,853 2, ,079 15,806 2,097 13,061 8,229 89, ,343 21,930 8, , ,900 7,340 43,101 27,156 11,830 13, , Kentucky... Louisiana... Maine... Maryland... Massachusetts... Michigan... Minnesota... Mississippi... Missouri... Montana... 2, ,161 2,728 1, ,484 1,166 1,010 1, ,483 5,350 6,947 5, ,375 9,095 3,232 5, ,546 19,260 49,324 25, ,577 1, ,166 2,010 Nebraska... New York... North Carolina... Ohio... Oklahoma... Oregon... Pennsylvania... South Carolina... South Dakota... Tennessee... 1, ,305 9, ,258 2, ,332 3,632 12,933 9,469 3, ,682 3, ,984 20,262 11,622 89,238 31,248 23,776 1,007 47,887 22,126 1,869 15, , , , ,058 Texas... Utah... Vermont... Virginia... Washington... West Virginia... Wisconsin... Wyoming... 9, , , ,585 1, , ,440 1, ,027 6, , ,088 6, , ,184 1, Other s ,846 3,833 13, United s , , ,142 Less than half of the unit shown. 1 Includes rendered, died, destroyed, composted, or disappeared for any reason except sold during the 12-month period. 2 Alaska, Arizona, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Kansas, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, and Rhode Island combined to avoid disclosing individual operations. 81,110 Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates (October 2014) 21

22 Chickens Lost, Sold for Slaughter, Sold, and Value s and United s: 2012 [Annual estimates cover the period December 1 previous year through November 30. Excludes broilers. Totals may not add due to rounding] Alabama... Arkansas... California... Colorado... Connecticut... Florida... Georgia... Illinois... Indiana... Iowa... lost 1 sold for slaughter sold sales (1,000 head) (1,000 head) (1,000 pounds) (1,000 dollars) 2,722 4,095 6,484 1,015 1,807 3,250 4, ,065 28,165 11,344 12,924 4,819 2, ,563 14,201 2,126 11,301 10,636 86,214 95,638 15,903 9, ,183 96,567 7,441 37,293 34,035 11,984 12, , Kentucky... Louisiana... Maine... Maryland... Massachusetts... Michigan... Minnesota... Mississippi... Missouri... Montana... 2, ,152 2,620 1,331 1, ,384 1,454 1, ,913 4,901 6,752 5, ,642 9,596 4,096 2, ,722 17,644 46,589 27, ,399 1, ,010 2,012 Nebraska... New York... North Carolina... Ohio... Oklahoma... Oregon... Pennsylvania... South Carolina... South Dakota... Tennessee... 1, ,072 9, ,416 2,302 1, ,975 3,279 12,589 11,038 2, ,616 2, ,743 19,120 10,493 85,605 36,425 19,333 1,808 46,294 19,236 2,498 13, , , , ,866 Texas... Utah... Vermont... Virginia... Washington... West Virginia... Wisconsin... Wyoming... 5, , , ,823 1, , ,374 1, ,197 5, , ,442 5, , ,001 1, Other s ,070 4,706 15, United s , , ,411 Less than half of the unit shown. 1 Includes rendered, died, destroyed, composted, or disappeared for any reason except sold during the 12-month period. 2 Alaska, Arizona, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Kansas, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, and Rhode Island combined to avoid disclosing individual operations. 79, Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates (October 2014)

23 Information Contacts Listed below are the commodity specialists in the Livestock Branch of the National Agricultural Statistics Service to contact for additional information. inquiries may be sent to Dan Kerestes, Chief, Livestock Branch... (202) Bruce Boess, Head, Poultry and Specialty Commodities Section... (202) Alissa Cowell-Mytar Cold Storage... (202) Heidi Gleich Broiler Hatchery, Chicken Hatchery... (202) Michael Klamm Poultry Slaughter, Turkey Hatchery, Turkeys Raised... (202) Tom Kruchten Census of Aquaculture... (202) Kim Linonis Layers, Eggs... (202) Joshua O Rear Honey... (202) Vacant Catfish Production, Egg Products, Mink, Trout Production... (202) Statistical Bulletin Publication Schedule Statistical Bulletins (SB): The National Agricultural Statistics Service will issue a series of nineteen bulletins containing final estimates for agricultural data series based on the review of the 2012 Census of Agriculture and other information. The product number, bulletin title, and tentative release dates are as follows. SB1030 Farms and Land in Farms Final Estimates /28/14 SB1031 Agricultural Land Values Final Estimates /19/14 SB1032 Citrus Fruits Final Estimates /26/14 SB1033 Vegetables Final Estimates /26/14 SB1034 Cattle Final Estimates /04/14 SB1035 Hogs and Pigs Final Estimates /04/14 SB1036 Milk Cows and Production Final Estimates /04/14 SB1037 Sheep and Goats Final Estimates /04/14 SB1038 Chickens and Eggs Final Estimates /04/14 SB1039 Honey Final Estimates /04/14 SB1040 Meat Animals, PDI Final Estimates /29/14 SB1041 Milk Disposition and Income Final Estimates /29/14 SB1042 Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates /29/14 SB1043 Noncitrus Fruits and Nuts Final Estimates /30/14 SB1044 Field Crops Final Estimates /03/14 SB1045 Rice Stocks Final Estimates /03/14 SB1046 Stocks of Grains, Oilseeds, and Hay Final Estimates /03/14 SB1047 Potatoes and Sweet Potatoes Final Estimates /03/14 SB1048 Crop Values Final Estimates /03/14 Agricultural Census Publications: The U. S. Department of Agriculture's National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) released several products from the 2012 Census of Agriculture on May 2, The Census is the leading source of statistics about the Nation s agricultural and the only source of consistent, comparable data at the county,, and national levels. The Census includes all places from which $1,000 or more of agricultural products, including government payments, were and sold, or normally would have been sold, during the census year. Census publications also include demographic items such as sex of operator, residence on or off the farm, days worked off farm, years present on farm, age group categories, race, and number of persons living in each household. Poultry Production and Value Final Estimates (October 2014) 23

24 Access to NASS Reports For your convenience, you may access NASS reports and products the following ways: All reports are available electronically, at no cost, on the NASS web site: Both national and state specific reports are available via a free subscription. To set-up this free subscription, visit and in the Follow NASS box under Receive reports by , click on National or to select the reports you would like to receive. For more information on NASS surveys and reports, call the NASS Agricultural Statistics Hotline at (800) , 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET, or The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination against its customers, employees, and applicants for employment on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, gender identity, religion, reprisal, and where applicable, political beliefs, marital status, familial or parental status, sexual orientation, or all or part of an individual's income is derived from any public assistance program, or protected genetic information in employment or in any program or activity conducted or funded by the Department. (Not all prohibited bases will apply to all programs and/or employment activities.) If you wish to file a Civil Rights program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form (PDF), found online at or at any USDA office, or call (866) to request the form. You may also write a letter containing all of the information requested in the form. Send your completed complaint form or letter to us by mail at U.S. Department of Agriculture, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C , by fax (202) or at

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