U.S. egg production in June increased





U.S. Department of Agriculture's latest report shows that in June the U.S. egg production totaled 7.5 billion, up slightly. Of which 6.44 billion for the consumption of eggs, 1.07 billion for the hatching eggs. Hatching eggs, including 999 million broiler-type eggs and 69 million egg-type laying hens.


June 2011, the average hatching capacity of 336 million, down 1%. Meanwhile, the average egg production per 100 birds for the 2230, an increase of 1%. July 1, 2011, the United States hatching capacity of 336 million, down 1%.

Of which 279 million for the production of market-based consumption of eggs or eggs, 54.3 million for the production of broiler-type eggs, 2.83 million for the production of egg-type hatching eggs. July 1, 2011, the average egg production per 100 birds to 74.4, an increase of 2%.


Egg hatching in June 2011 totaled 39.3 million, down 7%. July 1, 2011, a total of 34 million hatching eggs, down 10%. June 2011 a large breeding farm hatching egg-type chickens youth total 302,000, down 5%.


Broiler hatching in June 2011 totaled 768 million, down 2% July 1, 2011, hatching eggs total 622 million, down 5%. June 2011 a large breeding farm broiler-type hatching young chickens totaled 302,000, down 1%.


2011-07-27