2/6/2013

2013 Cattle Inventory: States With The Largest Decreases

2013 Cattle Inventory Highlights

Texas had the largest decrease in cattle inventory followed by Oklahoma, Kansas & Missouri.  

Seven (7) states decreased more than 100,000 head in 2013:  Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Colorado, Nebraska & Tennessee.



Cattle Inventory:  States With The Largest Decreases (head)




United States

90,768,500

89,299,600

-1,468,900


State

2012

2013

Difference


Texas

11,900,000

11,300,000

-600,000


Oklahoma

4,500,000

4,200,000

-300,000


Kansas

6,100,000

5,850,000

-250,000


Missouri

3,900,000

3,650,000

-250,000


Colorado

2,750,000

2,600,000

-150,000


Nebraska

6,450,000

6,300,000

-150,000


Tennessee

1,970,000

1,830,000

-140,000


Arkansas

1,670,000

1,600,000

-70,000


Wyoming

1,360,000

1,290,000

-70,000


California

5,350,000

5,300,000

-50,000


Florida

1,710,000

1,660,000

-50,000


Indiana

860,000

810,000

-50,000


Iowa

3,900,000

3,850,000

-50,000


New Mexico

1,390,000

1,340,000

-50,000


Ohio

1,280,000

1,230,000

-50,000


Mississippi

950,000

910,000

-40,000


Utah

800,000

770,000

-30,000


Arizona

920,000

900,000

-20,000


Oregon

1,300,000

1,280,000

-20,000


South Carolina

370,000

355,000

-15,000


Louisiana

790,000

780,000

-10,000


Nevada

470,000

460,000

-10,000


New York

1,410,000

1,400,000

-10,000


Hawaii

140,000

132,000

-8,000


Maryland

200,000

192,000

-8,000


Massachusetts

41,000

39,000

-2,000


New Hampshire

35,000

33,000

-2,000


Alaska

13,000

12,000

-1,000


Connecticut

49,000

48,000

-1,000


Delaware

19,000

18,000

-1,000


Maine

86,000

85,000

-1,000


Georgia

1,020,000

1,020,000

0


New Jersey

31,000

31,000

0


Pennsylvania

1,610,000

1,610,000

0


Rhode Island

4,500

4,600

100


Alabama

1,210,000

1,220,000

10,000


Michigan

1,110,000

1,120,000

10,000


North Carolina

810,000

820,000

10,000


Vermont

260,000

270,000

10,000


West Virginia

390,000

410,000

20,000


Minnesota

2,360,000

2,390,000

30,000


Washington

1,110,000

1,150,000

40,000


Illinois

1,070,000

1,120,000

50,000


Wisconsin

3,400,000

3,450,000

50,000


Kentucky

2,150,000

2,240,000

90,000


Montana

2,500,000

2,600,000

100,000


North Dakota

1,690,000

1,790,000

100,000


Virginia

1,490,000

1,610,000

120,000


Idaho

2,220,000

2,370,000

150,000


South Dakota

3,650,000

3,850,000

200,000


Source:  NASS/USDA


 


**Source: Rob Cook