NASS Cattle Predator Loss
This full-text file was released as a collaboration between the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service and Wildlife Services. It presents state and U.S. data on the number of head and value of losses of cattle and calves from animal predators (coyotes, dogs, mountain lions, bobcats, bears, wolves, other) and other causes (digestive, respiratory and calving problems, weather, poison, theft, unknown and other).
Category: Animals and Animal Products:Livestock Keyword: calves, predator control, cattle, predation, and crop losses Latest Release: May 4, 2001
NASS Cattle Death Loss
This report is a cooperative effort of the National Agricultural Statistics Service and the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service's Veterinary Services division, including non-ambulatory cattle and calf totals by region, weight category, and type of operation. It provides data on number of head and total value of cattle and calves lost by cause, as well as a percentage of predator and non-predator losses by predator and type, respectively.
Category: Animals and Animal Products:Dairy Keyword: predator control, cattle, death, predation, and crop losses Latest Release: May 12, 2011PDF (2)TXT (2)ZIP (2)
This report contains data on annual U.S. sheep and goats lost due to predators. Number and value of sheep and lambs lost to predators is presented on a predator basis with breakdowns for amount and value lost per state. Number and value of goats lost to predators is also presented on a predator basis. Also included is data on non-lethal preventative measures taken to prevent loss by predation.
Category: Animals and Animal Products:Livestock Keyword: goats, livestock, sheep, death, and predation Latest Release: May 5, 2000
This full-text file presents state and U.S. data on the number of head and value of losses of sheep, lambs and goats from animal predators; also data on total losses from all causes including non-predator loss (digestive and respiratory problems, weather-related causes, theft, etc.). Data is given by predator or group of predators, including coyotes, dogs, mountain lions, cougars, pumas, bears, foxes, eagles, bobcats, and other (wolves, ravens, crows, pigs, etc.). The report was prepared via surveys from a random sample of U.S. producers.
Category: Animals and Animal Products:Livestock Keyword: herding, sheep diseases, non-ambulatory sheep, losses, predators, and death Latest Release: May 27, 2010