left corner graphicright corner graphic

Cattle & calves production of the states

2012 cash receipts: Livestock: Cattle & calves

This category includes cattle and calves that are raised for their meat.

The table below lists 2012 cash receipts for cattle and calves in order by value and shows each state's contribution to the U.S. whole by percentage.

Texas and Nebraska share top value for cash receipts with over 30% of the whole. They are follwed by top producers Kansas, Iowa, Colorado, and Oklahoma.

Rank State Value ($1,000) % of total U.S. cattle & calf receipts
1. Texas 10,543,163 15.52%
2. Nebraska 10,360,532 15.25%
3. Kansas 7,881,800 11.60%
4. Iowa 3,842,440 5.66%
5. Colorado 3,663,529 5.39%
6. Oklahoma 3,557,767 5.24%
7. California 3,298,548 4.85%
8. South Dakota 2,264,476 3.33%
9. Missouri 1,852,684 2.73%
10. New Mexico 1,750,620 2.58%
11. Minnesota 1,425,770 2.10%
12. Idaho 1,391,320 2.05%
13. Wisconsin 1,283,770 1.89%
14. Montana 1,281,824 1.89%
15. Wyoming 1,007,474 1.48%
16. North Dakota 894,671 1.32%
17. Arizona 853,881 1.26%
18. Tennessee 783,360 1.15%
19. Washington 744,800 1.10%
20. Oregon 709,808 1.05%
21. Pennsylvania 705,548 1.04%
22. Arkansas 686,148 1.01%
23. Florida 669,200 0.99%
24. Kentucky 656,711 0.97%
25. Illinois 561,867 0.83%
26. Ohio 552,817 0.81%
27. Alabama 536,122 0.79%
28. Michigan 479,987 0.71%
29. Georgia 445,091 0.66%
30. Virginia 434,299 0.64%
31. Indiana 361,026 0.53%
32. Utah 360,579 0.53%
33. North Carolina 334,132 0.49%
34. New York 313,869 0.46%
35. Nevada 282,960 0.42%
36. Louisiana 277,434 0.41%
37. Mississippi 258,296 0.38%
38. South Carolina 176,717 0.26%
39. West Virginia 167,622 0.25%
40. Maryland 96,246 0.14%
41. Vermont 69,935 0.10%
42. Hawai`i 55,689 0.08%
43. Maine 19,168 0.03%
44. Connecticut 15,630 0.02%
45. New Hampshire 11,988 0.02%
46. Massachusetts 10,599 0.02%
47. New Jersey 8,275 0.01%
48. Delaware 6,957 0.01%
49. Alaska 1,738 Less than 0.01%
50. Rhode Island 872 Less than 0.01%
Source: USDA:Economic Research Service

The numbers listed for "Value ($1,000)" represent the value of the product or cattle_calves in thousands of dollars. For example, a number listed as 450,000 (four hundred and fifty thousand) equates to an actual value of $450,000,000 (four hundred and fifty million dollars).

Note: Data are not collected by the Economic Research Service in surveys for some minor commodities and for some minor producing states for commodities that are surveyed. This is why percentages do not always add up to 100% and all states that produce a product may not be listed.


Home  Alabama  Alaska  Arizona  Arkansas  California  Colorado  Connecticut  Delaware  Florida  Georgia  Hawaii  Idaho  Illinois  Indiana  Iowa  Kansas  Kentucky  Louisiana  Maine  Maryland  Massachusetts  Michigan  Minnesota  Mississippi  Missouri  Montana  Nebraska  Nevada  New Hampshire  New Jersey  New Mexico  New York  North Carolina  North Dakota  Ohio  Oklahoma  Oregon  Pennsylvania  Rhode Island  South Carolina  South Dakota  Tennessee  Texas  Utah  Vermont  Virginia  Washington  Washington, D.C.  West Virginia  Wisconsin  Wyoming 

Home

Suggestions

Report Broken Link

Bibliography

Privacy

Contact Us

 
Web
StuffAbout