How Broilers are Marketed

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Over 60 years of data detailing how broilers are marketed in the US.

YearWholeCut-up/PartsFurther Processed
percent
196283152
196381163
196480182
196578193
196677203
196774224
196872235
196971254
197070264
197166286
197265305
197362317
197463316
197561327
197658357
197754388
197854388
197954379
1980504010
1981454411
1982404812
1983345215
1984315217
1985295318
1986225721
1987225622
1988205724
1989195724
1990185626
1991165628
1992155530
1993135433
1994125434
1995105336
1996115038
1997124840
1998124741
1999104643
2000104446
2001114347
2002104347
2003104348
2004104348
2005114346
2006114346
2007114346
2008114247
2009124246
2010124345
2011124246
2012124147
2013114148
2014114148
2015114049
2016104050
2017104050
2018
104050
201993951
2020*94050
2021**94050
2022**93951
2023**83952
2024**83952
1/ Based on share of pounds of chicken, ready-to-cook weight basis, devoted to each category, not the product weight derived for each category.

1 Based on share of pounds of chicken, ready-to-cook weight basis, devoted to each category, not the product weight derived for each category.

Source: USDA for 1962 through 1989. February 7, 2019

Note: 2000 through current data based on NCC’s Broiler Industry Marketing Survey Biennial Report.