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U.S. Meat Export Federation report: October strong for U.S. beef, pork exports; lamb down

October was a very strong month for U.S. red meat exports, according to results compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF). Beef exports achieved their second-highest value of the year at $375.3 million (trailing only June’s $377.6 million), surpassing the September total by 11 percent and beating October 2009 by an impressive 37 percent.

Pork export value was third-highest of the year at $407.8 million – trailing only May ($419.3 million) and June ($425.3 million). The October value total was 7 percent higher than September and 9 percent higher than October 2009.

October was a very strong month for U.S. red meat exports, according to results compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF). Beef exports achieved their second-highest value of the year at $375.3 million (trailing only June’s $377.6 million), surpassing the September total by 11 percent and beating October 2009 by an impressive 37 percent.



Pork export value was third-highest of the year at $407.8 million – trailing only May ($419.3 million) and June ($425.3 million). The October value total was 7 percent higher than September and 9 percent higher than October 2009.

October was a very strong month for U.S. red meat exports, according to results compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF). Beef exports achieved their second-highest value of the year at $375.3 million (trailing only June’s $377.6 million), surpassing the September total by 11 percent and beating October 2009 by an impressive 37 percent.



Pork export value was third-highest of the year at $407.8 million – trailing only May ($419.3 million) and June ($425.3 million). The October value total was 7 percent higher than September and 9 percent higher than October 2009.


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