Number of livestock slaughter plants, March 1, 1960

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Title:
Number of livestock slaughter plants, March 1, 1960
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13 p. (1 folded) : maps ; 27 cm.
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United States -- Crop Reporting Board
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U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Marketing Service, Crop Reporting Board
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"August 1960."

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NUMBER OF LIVESTOCK SLAUGHTER PLANTS
MARCH 1, 1960


August


196(1


On March 1, 1960
United States that were
inspected plants with an
according to the Crop R
March 1, 1955, and 3, 2


there were 3,
either under F
annual output
reporting Boarc
38 on May 1, 1


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44 livestock slaughtering plants in the
deal inspection or were non-Federally
f 300, 000 pounds or more, live weight,
There were 3,217 of these plants on
150.


Of the 3, 144 plants on March 1, 1960, there were 530 or 17 percent
under Federal inspection, compared with 455 or 14 percent on March 1, 1955,
i 4 These plants slaughter animals under inspection conducted by the Meat Inspec-
tion Division, Agricultural Research Service.

SPlants not under Federal inspection with an annual output of 300, 000 pounds
or more live weight, totaled 2, 614, compared with 2, 762 in 1955. Of the 2, 614
points, 902 were "large" hon-inspected plants--those which slaughter over 2
million pounds live weight annually. These "large" plants made up 29 percent of
the combined total for inspected plus "large" and "medium" non-inspected plants.
In 1955 there were 952 "large" non-inspected plants, 30 percent of the total.


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which slaug
annually. 1
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er under 2 million pounds, but mor
ese accounted for 54 percent of the
medium" non-inspected plants. In
s group.


" non-inspected plants--those
e than 300, 000 pounds live weight
combined total for inspected plus
1955, there were 1, 810 or 56


In 1959, there were also about 6, 500
slaughtered less than 300, 000 pounds. live
slaughter estimates of the Crop Reporting
inspected plants and in "large", "medium"
lants.


I "small" non-inspected plants that
weight annually. The commercial
Board include slaughter in Federally
, and "small" non-Federally inspected


Slaughter in the 3, 144 plants accounted for 99 percent of the total com-
mercial slaughter (live weight) in 1959 and 98 percent in 1954. Slaughter in the
530 Federally inspected plants accounted for 81 percent of the total commercial
slaughter in 1959 and 78 percent in 1954.

Classification of Plants by Number Slaughtering Each Specie


Federally inspected and "large" and "medium" nonFbderally inspected
slaughtering plants operating on March 1 have been classified according to the
species slaughtered during the previous year. To obtain the number of plants


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slaughtering a given species,


it is necessary to combine


the plants


slaughter.


all three


species


slaughering that specie


and the number
ts. For example,


of plants


in the various


combinations


to obtain the number of plants slaugher-.


ing cattle and calves, it is necessary to combine the plants slaughtering all three


species with those slaughtering cattle,


calves,


and hogs; cattle and calves only;


and cattle,


calves and sheep and lambs.


slaughtering cattle,

Of the 3, 144


but not calves


I establishment


No separation has been made of plants


, or of plants slaughtering calves and not cattle.

s, 962 or 31 percent slaughtered all species in


1959--cattle and calves,


sheep and lambs,


and hogs.


be more important in the Mountain and Pacific areas,


This combination tends to
where about two-thirds of


the plants slaughtered all three species.


total.


Plants slaughtering only cattle and calves represented 16 percent of the
This classification is more numerous in the North Atlantic and East North


Central areas,


where over one-fifth of the plants


slaughtered this specie only.


About 40 percent of the plants slaughtered cattle and calves,


and hogs.


This


combination was most common in the United States,
the South Atlantic area 62 percent fell into this class
61 percent.


Plants slaughtering cattle and calves,


as well as in most areas. In
and in the South Central area


and sheep and lambs make up about


8 percent of the total.


The two areas leading in the percentage


of plants


ing this combination are North Atlantic area at 16 and Pacific area at 13.

Slightly more than 5 percent of the slaughtering plants in the United States


slaughter-


slaughtered hogs


only, compared with 4 percent in 1954.


These plants tend to be


more concentrated in the States


bordering on or near the Eastern metropolitan


centers.


Only three plants in the United States


slaughtered just hogs and sheep and


lambs.


All these were located in the East North Central area. Nine plants in the


United States slaughtered only sheep and lambs.


Of the 530 Federally inspected plants


, 126 or 24 percent slaughtered all


species--cattle and calves,


sheep and lambs,


and hogs.


Plants slaughtering only


cattle and calves


totaled 185 or 35 percent,


There were 93 establishments which


slaughtered cattle


and calves and hogs.


Eighty-two plants


slaughtered cattle and


calves and


sheep and lambs.


There were 41 plants slaughtering only hogs.


Of the 902


"large"


non-Federally inspected,


333 or 37 percent slaughtered


all three species.


The 119 plants slaughtering only cattle and calves accounted for


13 percent of the total. Pli
or 34 percent of the group.


ants slaughtering cattle and
Eighty-seven plants slaugh


calves and hogs totaled 306
tered cattle and calves and


sheep and lambs


Plants


slaughtering hogs only totaled 54.


One plant slaughtered


sheep and lambs and hogs.


Among the 1, 71


Two plants slaughtered only


sheep and lambs.


"mediuni' non-Fede rally inspected plants,


503 or 29 per-


cent


slaughtered all species.


Plants slaughtering only cattle and calves totaled 209


or 12 percent.


Almost half of the


"medium"


plants--853-slaughtered cattle and


calves and hogs. Seventy-two plants slaughtered cattle and calves and sheep and







Livestock slaughter by class of plant


as percent


of total


commercial slaughter (live weight) for each specie


1954


1959


t --Federally inspected


Specie


Federally
inspected
plants


1954


:Percent


"Large"


and "medium"


non-inspected
plants


: 1959


Percent


1954


Percent


1959


Percent


plus


"large"


:"medium" non-Federally
: inspected plants


1954


Percent


1959


Percent


C attle


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Calves


Hogs ..


Sheep and lants:


All species


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SNmber of slaughtering establi


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State / dera inspection la Medium establishment
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Number


Number


Number


Number


Number


number


Number


Number


N.Eng..
N.Y....
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Miss.
Ark..
La...
Tkla.
Texas


Idaho.
Wyo...


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N.Mx.........:


Utah..........:

WEfch..........
Oreg..........:
(alif.........:


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1,810


1,712


3,217


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1/ Includes all plants with an output of 300,000 pounds or more live weight annually.
2/ New England includes Maine, New Hapshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Mhode Island and
Connecticut. the District of Columbia is included in Delaware and Maryland.


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Number of livestock slauhtering establishments 1J by species slaughtered, by States,
March 1955


: ;Nmbber establishments slau3
SCattle and :_ttle _:Cattle and:Cattle and:
:calves, hogs: eales: calves :calves and:
: and sheep : and hog :heep and :
:and lambs : -: : lambs :


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Number


Number


NHmber


Number


Number


Number


Naer


Ember


N.Eng.
N.Y...
N.J...


IWa.
Mo. ..
N.Dsk
S.Dak

Nebr.
Kans.

Del. -
Va...
W.Va.
N.C..

Ga...
Fla..


Tenn.
Ala.
Miss.
Ark..
Ia...
Okla.
Texas


Mont ..
Idaho.
Wyo...
Colo..
N.Mex.
Ariz.
Utah..
Ney...
Wash..
Oreg..
alif.
U.S..


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l/Classified as to species slaughtered in
pounds or more live weight anB1Tyal. 2/ New
Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut.


i 4 32
) 1 a- 34
-s -a 11
i 3 -
-e -- -- 18
S3 -- -- 30
S- -- -- 6

i 21 -- -- -- 3
S265 138 3 5 3,217
1954. Includes all plants with an opuput of 300,000
England includes Maine, New apshire, Venat,
The District of Columbia is included in Delaware


State


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Saber of livestock slaughtering establishments _,/ by species slaughtered,
by States, March 1960
: aber establishments slafiiterin
State Cattle an c att:Cae an : :ogs and Sheep and
eState 2/ .le hogs: n.ale :alves and: Hogs, a mb n To
: a heep c alves c.uaves an. : sheep and.' lambs Total
: ad mbshep only and hogs s : : lambs only
lana -ls 513s 0:
:Nmber Number Niaber Nmwber N"mber :Wmber tmber Nmber
a. Eng......: 21 23 11 15 3 -- --- 73
B. Y.......: 1 57 22 2 5 --- --- 124
. J........: 23 8 6 13 6 56
Pa..........: 97 52 135 42 19 --- 1 346


Wig,.


:32
: 23
: 62
: 15


Miun..
Iova..

N. Dak
S. Dak
Nebr..
napsa


Del. -M
Va...
W. Va..
N. C...
S. C...
Ga.....
Fl a..


Ky ..,
Tenn.
Ala..

Art..

kla.
Texas


IMnt...
Idaho..

Colo..
N. Ix.
Ariz...
Utah...
Ne... .
Wash...
Ores...
Calif..


U. s.......: 962 513 1,251 241 165 3 9 3,144
Classified as to species slaughtered in 1959. Includes all plants with an output of
300,000 pounds or more live eight annually. 2/ ew England includes Maine, New Hapshire,
Vesonat, Maseachusetts, Rhode Island, ant Connecticut. The District of Coltubia is included in
Delaware ad Maryland.





Naaber of federally inspected slaughtering establisments _/, bly peies slautwe,
by States, March 1955


State battle and :Catt and Cattle and:attle and: and
:arlves, hogs: eave calsT calves and Hoga .le
: s eep : enly and hogs mal ,
: and bs : .:o : lambs : : *
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o....: 8 1o 3 6 1 -- I 29
nmd d ho: 4 1 8 -- 1
.....: 4 9 5 9 4 1 3S
.ich....: 1 2 -- 1 -
lis.....: 5 10 1 -- 1 -- X

n....5 3 2 -- -- -- -
Iowa....: 8 9 -4 2
Io......: 5 3 1 2 --
I. Dak..: 2 3 --- 2
. Bak..: 3 -- 1 2 -
Sebr....: 5 10 2 1 4
n....: 46 -- --

Del.-m./. 7 1 2 2 -- -- H

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1. C....: 5 1 -- 1 -- -- 2
n. .3 -- 1 -- -- -- 10
3a....... 1 1 5 7
Pla.....: 3 -- 1 -- --




Miss....: 1 2 3
Ark.....: 1 -- 1 -- --

Is : 1 1-I-- 2
Okla....: 2 1 -" "


Texas...: U0 6 5 1 -"
Cnt....: 3 -1 -- -- -- 3



Idaho...: 2 I-- 2 1
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Are....: 1 "- "" ""
Utah....: 2- 1 -1 -- "
Nev.....: 2 -- -- -" S
1s5....: 9 5 1 -- 7
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Calf...: 18 2 1 -
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MCassified as to species slaughtered in 1954. Includes all plants with an output of
300000 pond or re weight annually. "
2 New England includes Mine, New Hampahre, Vermt, -aschustts, Waode Island and
ticut. The District of Co ba is included in Delaare and lan.







Number of Federally inspected slaughtering. establishimts aJ by species slaughtered,
by States, March 1960

SNumber establishments slaughtering
h t.le and t,-e and,_. "Hogs and jSheep and:
State 2/ :calves, hogs: ctttlealves and: Bogs : p
aves, ogs calves calves :es a o :sheep and; lambs total
: and sheep : s :sheep and : only :
: and lambs I a oly : d hogss : lambs only


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Number


Number


Number


Number


Number


Number


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