Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman ordered an internal review of the new mandatory price reporting system that has released inaccurate price reports for both the beef and pork industry, according to the Associated Press.

The price of wholesale beef was understated from the program’s inception April 2 until May 16. Some producers have contracts, which ties the price they get for their cattle to these reports. Veneman didn’t rule out providing compensation for such producers, but said she didn’t know whether USDA had the legal authority to do so.

Earlier, the reports included an error in the weighted average price for hogs in the Iowa-Southern Minnesota region. The error occurred April 23 and has since been corrected.

The system was mandated by Congress in 1999 to give livestock producers more timely and accurate data.