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Responding to strong prices in 2010 the hog inventory

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Unformatted text preview: hog inventory in Colorado and sow productivity increased, allowing producers to benefit from the 18% rise in prices nationally in 2011. Cash receipts Colorado’s declining poultry industry followed the national trend of substantial net losses per bird in vALUE ADDED By COLORADO AGRICULTURAL SECTOR VALUE ADDED BY AGRICULTURAL SECTOR, COLORADO 2003–2012 2003 - 2012 (In Millions of Dollars) (In Millions of Dollars) Year Livestock Crops Total Value of Production Value of Services and Forestry Payments 2003 $3,525.9 $1,293.0 $4,818.9 $572.7 $319.9 $5,711.5 2004 4,187.4 1,395.9 5,583.3 643.4 221.2 6,447.9 2005 4,129.6 1,511.4 5,641.0 732.7 382.0 6,755.7 2006 4,168.7 1,574.7 5,743.4 773.4 244.7 6,761.5 2007 4,324.0 2,111.6 6,435.6 845.2 197.4 7,478.2 2008 3,892.1 2,231.2 6,123.3 885.0 261.0 7,269.3 2009 3,338.1 2,329.6 5,667.7 940.9 191.8 6,800.4 2010 a Government b Gross Value of Farm Revenue 3,807.0 2,320.1 6,127.1 667.0 271.6 7,065.7 c 4,639.3 2,993.5 7,632.8 700.0 227.0 8,559.8 d 4,721.3 2,...
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