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Hogs production of the states

2012 cash receipts: Livestock: Hogs

The United States is the world's third-largest producer and consumer of pork and pork products. It is also the world's largest exporter of pork and pork products, with exports averaging over 20 percent of commercial pork production in most years.

Iowa, Minnesota and North Carolina are top producers of hogs and hog products.

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

Rank State Value ($1,000) % of total U.S. hogs receipts
1. Iowa 6,975,931 31.43%
2. Minnesota 2,853,765 12.86%
3. North Carolina 2,552,824 11.50%
4. Illinois 1,477,542 6.66%
5. Indiana 1,205,526 5.43%
6. Missouri 975,685 4.40%
7. Oklahoma 913,827 4.12%
8. Nebraska 888,735 4.01%
9. Ohio 724,623 3.27%
10. Kansas 634,796 2.86%
11. South Dakota 619,859 2.79%
12. Michigan 356,555 1.61%
13. Pennsylvania 339,625 1.53%
14. Colorado 224,724 1.01%
15. Utah 199,153 0.90%
16. Texas 143,937 0.65%
17. Wisconsin 133,402 0.60%
18. Wyoming 116,044 0.52%
19. Kentucky 115,409 0.52%
20. Mississippi 97,440 0.44%
21. Arkansas 86,657 0.39%
22. Georgia 73,890 0.33%
23. Montana 60,728 0.27%
24. Arizona 59,585 0.27%
25. North Dakota 57,904 0.26%
26. Tennessee 57,226 0.26%
27. Virginia 54,507 0.25%
28. Alabama 40,065 0.18%
29. California 38,675 0.17%
30. South Carolina 30,724 0.14%
31. New York 18,962 0.09%
32. Maryland 8,851 0.04%
33. Oregon 3,255 0.02%
34. Florida 2,561 0.01%
35. Hawai`i 2,432 0.01%
36. Delaware 2,088 0.01%
37. Maine 1,836 0.01%
38. Massachusetts 1,556 0.01%
39. New Jersey 1,500 0.01%
40. Nevada 1,445 0.01%
41. West Virginia 952 Less than 0.01%
42. New Hampshire 850 Less than 0.01%
43. Louisiana 778 Less than 0.01%
44. Vermont 730 Less than 0.01%
45. Connecticut 404 Less than 0.01%
46. Rhode Island 368 Less than 0.01%
47. New Mexico 247 Less than 0.01%
48. Alaska 204 Less than 0.01%
Source: USDA:Economic Research Service

The numbers listed for "Value ($1,000)" represent the value of the product or hogs 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).

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.


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