Register now and get 10% first deposit bonus. Close advertisement

Tyson Foods Inc. (TSN) live price

Discover historical price data for Tyson Foods Inc stocks and take your profit on price changes.


1 day
1 week
1 month
59.905 USD -1.08158%
Buy Sell

Tyson Foods shares refer to securities from the food sector in the stock market. This asset is considered a promising option for investors who are interested in cheaper stocks while waiting for a recession. Before you start investing, take a look at the corporation's financials and analysts' forecasts.

Tyson Foods logo

Basic company information

Tyson Foods is a U.S.-based multinational corporation specializing in poultry, beef, and pork. The company was founded in 1935 by John W. Tyson. Since then, it has grown into one of the largest food producers in the world.

The corporation went public in 1963. During IPO, 100,000 common shares of Tyson Foods were sold at $10.50 a share. At the time of going public, the meat products manufacturer had the name Tyson Feed and Hatchery, Inc. In 1986, the company was renamed and received the now-known name. Shares of Tyson Foods are now traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker NYSE: TSN.

Company activities

Tyson Foods is one of the largest food producers in the United States, with a wide range of products including chicken, beef, pork, and prepared foods. The company is firmly committed to sustainability and animal welfare and is one of the leading producers of organic and antibiotic-free chicken. In addition to meat products, Tyson Foods also produces a wide variety of food products such as frozen meals, snacks,s and pasta.

The company is headquartered in Arkansas, with operations in more than 40 states. The corporation owns several brands: Jimmy Dean, Hillshire Farm, Sara Lee, Ball Park, Wright Brand, Aidells, and State Fair. Tyson Foods supplies major food service companies including KFC, McDonald's, Burger King, Wendy's, Walmart, and Kroger.

The latest news on the stock price

The Tyson Foods stock price was down more than 25 percent since April 2022. On Sept. 18, quotes fell to $70 from their April peaks of $95. This is due to supply chain disruptions, logistical problems, and general tension in the stock market. This situation is pushing investors to sell Tyson Foods stock.

In the second half of 2022, the global meat products market is experiencing strong price growth. This allows Tyson Foods to increase revenues. However, at the same time, the volume of delivered products during the second quarter decreased by 1.9% year-on-year. Corporate executives attributed this to labor constraints at production facilities. This prevented the corporation from producing enough products during the quarter.

✅ Benefits of investing in Tyson Foods

  • Despite the slump in Tyson Foods' stock price, analysts see this asset as promising soon. The company has experienced strong price spikes several times before, each time recovering from a collapse. For example, in December 2018, the value of the food manufacturer's securities was $53. The stock then began to surge, reaching $93. After that peak, Tyson Foods' stock fell again to $57 in March 2020. After that drop by the time the coronavirus pandemic began, quotations began to rise gradually again until they surpassed the $90 mark in April 2022.
  • In 2022, demand for beef began to decline due to its higher price. However, pork and chicken remain in demand among customers. Since the company supplies all three types of meat, it compensates for the decrease in demand for beef by increasing sales of other products.

❌ Disadvantages of investing in Tyson Foods

  • Holders of Tyson Foods stock are concerned about the negative impact of inflation on the company's earnings.
  • Volatile global stock markets could lead to short-term spikes in Tyson Foods' share price.
  • At the end of August 2022, it became known that China suspended imports of pork from Tyson Foods. Chinese authorities attributed this decision to customs standards regarding quarantine restrictions.

Financial performance

In the second quarter of 2022, the corporation reported revenue of $13.5 billion. In comparison, for the same period last year, Tyson had $12.48 billion. On the negative side for investors, Tyson also had a free cash flow of $2.2 billion for the past year. The product price-to-earnings ratio was 13, which is below the market average.

Tyson Foods' adjusted earnings per share (EPS) for the second quarter of 2022 was $1.94, down from the previously projected $1.98. News that the figure fell short of analysts' expectations led to a short-lived drop in quotations. Within three months, adjusted EPS fell 28%. The company's management notes that this is due to higher raw materials and labor costs.

Tyson Foods share price forecast for 2023, 2025

In making our TSN stock price forecast for the coming years, we considered the corporation's financial performance and the October 12, 2022 stock price ($64). In 2023, the stock price may be impacted by a challenging global economic environment and rising inflation. Our analysts estimate that TSN stock will trade at $59 to $66. According to the long-term forecast, the value of the food producer's securities could exceed $100 in 2025. Analysts and many investors argue that Tyson Foods stock can be considered a promising asset now, which could bring good returns in the future.

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

How has the COVID-19 pandemic affected Tyson Foods' stock price?

In March 2020, Tyson Foods stock was trading at $57. After the pandemic began, quotes were pretty much flat for several months before going into a strong rally in December 2020.

How does an individual invest in TSN stock?

To start investing in TSN stock, log into your personal DotBig account. You can get the login information for your personal trader's account after you register on our website.

How has the price of Tyson Foods securities changed over the past year?

From October 2021 to October 2022, Tyson Foods' stock price dropped from $79 to $65.

Is it possible to trade TSN stock automatically?

DotBig provides the ability to trade shares in automatic mode. You can use a social trading service, trading signals, and advisor programs to do so. 

What other companies in the food industry can I choose to invest in?

In the food industry, companies such as Nestle, McDonald'sCoca-Cola, and Beyond Meat can also be chosen for investment.

How to start trading Tyson Foods Inc stocks



To authorize on the website and create a personal account, fill out the form, indicating your name, phone number, email address.



After registration, provide an identity document to verify your age and place of residence.


Replenish your account

To start trading real money, the initial deposit can be made in any available way.



You can open/close deals on your own under the guidance of an experienced analyst or copy them from other traders.

AnnLightner $63,842.90
1487 folowers
Cristian86 $59,763.88
1429 folowers
Trust_Trader $47,655.23
1250 folowers
Suitable for beginners

Copy top Tyson Foods Inc traders

No trading experience? Not a problem! With social trading, you can copy the trades of the best DotBig traders. Follow the rating and make a profit.

Start trading

Get daily trading signals for Tyson Foods Inc from our experts

Scroll to top