March 09, 2011 08:04 ET

Equity Research on Smithfield Foods Inc. and Tyson Foods Inc. -- Meat Products Sector Sees High Costs but High Prices Too

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The Meat Products Sector has had its margins negatively impacted by rising commodity costs, especially among the input grains it uses for feed. With corn prices doubling since June to over $7 a bushel, companies in the poultry segment are seeing their large chicken populations weigh on results. Restaurant demand has also remained weak in light of unemployment levels and a weak consumer. However, generally speaking meat sales volumes have been strong as well as prices as a result of tight supply. Visit to see how companies in this industry have grown over the past years and how they are expected to perform in the future. is the Ultimate Trading Environment for investors. If you are considering owning Smithfield Foods Inc. and Tyson Foods Inc. then you should sign up for a free membership and our complimentary reports today at Over the last 5 years our returns outpaced any of the major indexes. Shine's performance in 2005 was +14%, 2006 + 26%, 2007 +99%, 2008 + 355% and 2009 + 46%. Sign up today to find out what you are missing. 

Major players in the poultry sector like Tyson Foods Inc. are not expected to pare back production levels but instead wait from smaller producers to lead the way. Tyson's recent Q1 report indicated that general sales volumes and prices have been strong. Tyson Foods Inc. report is accessible for free by registering today at

Other news in the Meat Products sector is the attempt by many companies to reduce sodium levels in their products to comply with the National Salt Reduction Initiative. The major U.S. pork company Smithfield Foods Inc. announced this month that it lowered the sodium levels in its marinated pork products by an average of 22.5%. The company hopes to lower salt content in all of its products during the next three years. Smithfield Foods Inc. report is accessible for free by registering today at

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