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Tyson Foods's Suppliers Performance

TSN's Supply Chain

 
TSN Costs vs Sales of Suppliers Growth Tyson Foods's Suppliers realized sales deteriorated by -27.32 % compare to the same quarter a year ago, sequentially sales grew by 0.51 %, while their net margin rose to 4.83 % year on year, compare to previous quarter TSN's Suppliers had lower net margin at 0.51 %,

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Tyson Foods's Suppliers realized sales deteriorated by -27.32 % compare to the same quarter a year ago, sequentially sales grew by 0.51 %, while their net margin rose to 4.83 % year on year, compare to previous quarter TSN's Suppliers had lower net margin at 0.51 %,

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Tyson Foods's Comment on Supply Chain


Chicken: The primary raw materials used in our chicken operations are corn and soybean meal used as feed and live chickens raised primarily by independent contract growers. Our vertically-integrated chicken process begins with the grandparent breeder flocks and ends with broilers for processing. Breeder flocks (i.e., grandparents) are raised to maturity in grandparent growing and laying farms where fertile eggs are produced. Fertile eggs are incubated at the grandparent hatchery and produce pullets (i.e., parents). Pullets are sent to breeder houses, and the resulting eggs are sent to our hatcheries. Once chicks have hatched, they are sent to broiler farms. There, contract growers care for and raise the chicks according to our standards, with advice from our technical service personnel, until the broilers reach the desired processing weight. Adult chickens are transported to processing plants where they are slaughtered and converted into finished products, which are then sent to distribution centers and delivered to customers.

We operate our own feed mills to produce scientifically-formulated feeds. Corn, soybean meal and other feed ingredients were major production costs, representing roughly 71% of our cost of growing a live chicken. In addition to feed ingredients to grow the chickens, we use cooking ingredients, packaging materials and cryogenic agents. We believe our sources of supply for these materials are adequate for our present needs, and we do not anticipate any difficulty in acquiring these materials in the future. While we produce nearly all our inventory of breeder chickens and live broilers, we also purchase live, ice-packed or deboned chicken to meet production and sales requirements.

Beef: The primary raw materials used in our beef operations are live cattle. We do not have facilities of our own to raise cattle but employ cattle buyers located throughout cattle producing areas who visit independent feed yards and public auctions and buy live cattle on the open spot market. These buyers are trained to select high quality animals, and we continually measure their performance. We also enter into various risk-sharing and procurement arrangements with producers to secure a supply of livestock for our facilities. We believe the sources of supply of live cattle are adequate for our present needs.

Pork: The primary raw materials used in our pork operations are live hogs. The majority of our live hog supply is obtained through various procurement relationships with independent producers. We employ buyers who make purchase agreements of various time durations as well as purchase hogs on a daily basis, generally a few days before the animals are processed. These buyers are trained to select high quality animals, and we continually measure their performance. We believe the sources of supply of live hogs are adequate for our present needs. Additionally, we raise a number of weanling swine to sell to independent finishers and supply a minimal amount of live swine for our own processing needs.

Prepared Foods: The primary raw materials used in our prepared foods operations are commodity based raw materials, including chicken, beef, pork, corn, flour and vegetables. Some of these raw materials are provided by our other segments, while others may be purchased from numerous suppliers and manufacturers. We believe the sources of supply of raw materials are adequate for our present needs.


Tyson Foods's Comment on Supply Chain


Chicken: The primary raw materials used in our chicken operations are corn and soybean meal used as feed and live chickens raised primarily by independent contract growers. Our vertically-integrated chicken process begins with the grandparent breeder flocks and ends with broilers for processing. Breeder flocks (i.e., grandparents) are raised to maturity in grandparent growing and laying farms where fertile eggs are produced. Fertile eggs are incubated at the grandparent hatchery and produce pullets (i.e., parents). Pullets are sent to breeder houses, and the resulting eggs are sent to our hatcheries. Once chicks have hatched, they are sent to broiler farms. There, contract growers care for and raise the chicks according to our standards, with advice from our technical service personnel, until the broilers reach the desired processing weight. Adult chickens are transported to processing plants where they are slaughtered and converted into finished products, which are then sent to distribution centers and delivered to customers.

We operate our own feed mills to produce scientifically-formulated feeds. Corn, soybean meal and other feed ingredients were major production costs, representing roughly 71% of our cost of growing a live chicken. In addition to feed ingredients to grow the chickens, we use cooking ingredients, packaging materials and cryogenic agents. We believe our sources of supply for these materials are adequate for our present needs, and we do not anticipate any difficulty in acquiring these materials in the future. While we produce nearly all our inventory of breeder chickens and live broilers, we also purchase live, ice-packed or deboned chicken to meet production and sales requirements.

Beef: The primary raw materials used in our beef operations are live cattle. We do not have facilities of our own to raise cattle but employ cattle buyers located throughout cattle producing areas who visit independent feed yards and public auctions and buy live cattle on the open spot market. These buyers are trained to select high quality animals, and we continually measure their performance. We also enter into various risk-sharing and procurement arrangements with producers to secure a supply of livestock for our facilities. We believe the sources of supply of live cattle are adequate for our present needs.

Pork: The primary raw materials used in our pork operations are live hogs. The majority of our live hog supply is obtained through various procurement relationships with independent producers. We employ buyers who make purchase agreements of various time durations as well as purchase hogs on a daily basis, generally a few days before the animals are processed. These buyers are trained to select high quality animals, and we continually measure their performance. We believe the sources of supply of live hogs are adequate for our present needs. Additionally, we raise a number of weanling swine to sell to independent finishers and supply a minimal amount of live swine for our own processing needs.

Prepared Foods: The primary raw materials used in our prepared foods operations are commodity based raw materials, including chicken, beef, pork, corn, flour and vegetables. Some of these raw materials are provided by our other segments, while others may be purchased from numerous suppliers and manufacturers. We believe the sources of supply of raw materials are adequate for our present needs.



TSN's Suppliers Net Income grew by TSN's Suppliers Net margin grew in Q4 to
4.83 %


Tyson Foods, Inc.'s Suppliers Sales Growth in Q4 2019 by Industry

Suppliers in Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industry      23.67 %
Suppliers in Industrial Machinery and Components Industry      16.43 %
Suppliers in Conglomerates Industry      8.35 %
Suppliers in Agricultural Production Industry -13.02 %   
Suppliers in Food Processing Industry -11.71 %   
Suppliers in Professional Services Industry      7.1 %
Suppliers in Grocery Stores Industry -49.83 %   
     
• TSN Suppliers Valuation • TSN Segment Rev. Growth • TSN Segment Inc. Growth • TSN Suppliers Mgmt. Effect.





TSN's vs. Suppliers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME TICKER MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Tyson Foods, Inc. TSN 29,415 42,336 2,224 124,000
Hillshire Brands Company HSH 0 0 0 0
Ceres, Inc. CERE 0 0 0 44
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. TMO 136,297 25,220 3,592 51,000
Ingredion Inc INGR 6,493 5,730 404 1,100
Mamamancinis Holdings, Inc. MMMB 47 32 1 500
Omega Protein Corp OME 494 342 19 627
Zivo Bioscience, Inc. ZIVO 53 0 -10 2
Agritech Worldwide, Inc. ZTHO 0 0 0 14
Renmin Tianli Group, Inc. ABAC 14 28 1 310
Alico, Inc. ALCO 274 118 41 333
Vca Antech Inc. WOOF 8,347 1,803 143 0
Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc. WMS 3,448 1,621 -179 4,615
Trident Brands Inc TDNT 13 2 -10 1
Seaboard Corporation SEB 4,387 6,690 18 10,772
Mosaic Co MOS 7,041 9,525 261 9,100
Accenture Plc ACN 138,813 43,968 4,930 275,000
Mccormick & Co Inc MKC 22,182 5,347 703 10,000
Marten Transport Ltd MRTN 1,204 815 60 3,240
Heartland Express Inc HTLD 1,621 577 83 4,500
Brady Corp BRC 2,766 1,161 131 6,560
Wayne Savings Bancshares Inc WAYN 66 13 3 104
Wells Financial Corp WEFP 0 0 0 76
Viscount Systems Inc VSYS 0 0 0 36
Sanfilippo John B & Son Inc JBSS 904 883 52 1,350
Snyders-lance, Inc. LNCE 3,535 1,774 69 5,000
Treehouse Foods, Inc. THS 2,518 4,289 -361 5,880
Kraft Heinz Co KHC 33,973 24,977 1,933 42,000
J&j Snack Foods Corp JJSF 3,287 1,186 95 2,300
Cal-maine Foods, Inc CALM 1,809 1,217 -36 3,277
Royal Hawaiian Orchards, L.p. NNUTU 88,106 29 5 262
Sunopta Inc. SOY 0 1,215 -92 0
Shiner International, Inc. BEST 0 0 0 393
Balchem Corp BCPC 3,569 644 79 1,060
Innophos Holdings, Inc. IPHS 633 766 29 1,319
Sensient Technologies Corp SXT 2,320 1,354 147 4,083
Polyone Corp POL 2,402 3,343 135 7,000
Tredegar Corp TG 677 999 24 2,800
United Technologies Corporation UTX 131,006 77,046 5,948 211,000
Cme Group Inc. CME 76,420 4,593 1,809 2,680
WHOLE FOODS MARKET, INC. WFMI 0 0 0 0
WINN-DIXIE STORES, INC. WINN 0 0 0 0
Dover Corporation DOV 17,607 7,136 678 27,000
Hudson Technologies Inc HDSN 34 162 -68 129
The Kroger Co. KR 23,976 121,484 1,444 400,000
SUBTOTAL 726,337 356,091 22,079 1,095,467


             
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