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Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop and Livestock Reporting Service (Wis.); Federal-State Crop Reporting Service (Wis.) / Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter
Vol. XXIX ([covers January 1950/December 1950])

Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter. Vol. XXIX, no. 7,   pp. [1]-4 PDF (1.9 MB)


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WISCONSIN CROP AND LIVESTOCK REPORTER
WISCONSIN
Farm Price Indexes2, 1910-14=100-
Farm prices, general   - --    -     -
Livestock and livestock products ---
Milk --
Meat animals ---
Poultry and eggs -
Crops-
Feed grains and hay   --
Fruits ---------- -
Prices farmers pay-
Purchasing power, farm products. - ---
Dairy Production and Markets
Milk price per cwt.3
All utilizations       -           I
For cheese           -             I
For butter           -           -I
Condensery products       -        I
Market Milk            -           I
Farm price of butterfat in cream4 .  cts
Farm price of butter -cts
Wholesale prices of cheese, per pound
Americano (cheddar)      -       cts
Swiss-                           cts
Total milk production2.
(000,000 omitted)                 lbs
Cows in herd freshening8-
Calves born during month being raised5-
Grains and concentrates fed per month,
per cow9           -    -     - lbs
Crains and concentrates fed daily8
Per farm --    --   ----          Ibs
Per cow in herd           -     lbs
Per 100 lbs. of milk produced   Ills
Wisconsin creamery butter productioii °,
(000 omitted) -lls
Wiscuisiii American cheese production 1i0
(000 omitted)                      lbIs
Wisconsin butter receipts at 4 marketsi 1
(000 omitted)    -      --I- ls
Wisconsin cheese receipts at 4 marketsi 1,
(000 otuitted) -lbIs
Poultry Production'z
Layers onl haud in iilollth, (000 om.)  no
Eggs per 100 lavers -      -- --  --o
Total eggs produced (000,000 soi.)  . o
Feed Price Changes2
oldex of feed prices, 1910-14 = 100 - -
(ost, 1000 Ils. dairv ratioiL  -       i-
Aniouit of ration 100 lbs. of milk
wouldi bu        -     --         lbs
W isconsin by-product fecd cost
per ton f.o.b. Madisooi
Stundard bran -                 ---
Linseed oil meal                   I
Corn gluten feed                  . t
Tankage -----            --------t
Standard middlings    .-           '
Sovbean meal
Cost, 100 lbs,. poultry ration  -      l
Amount of ratioii 10 doz. eggs
would  IsN  ,- -  -  -    -  -  -  lbs
Farm Product Prices'
M ilk cows, per he-it      .
Ilegs, per ewt..
iBf it c attle, per cwt.
Vest calves, per cwt. .- -  ---,------
Sheep, per cwt. --   -------------
Laiii, per ewtL..... ..
W ool, per lb-. --.-  - - -  - ---   --
'hiickelns,  ser  li.  .   -  -  -  etl
Eiggs, per  dIuz.             -     (lti
Wbeat, per iu.         . - ----- ---
C'orni , per bii.  .   - -  -- ---- -   -
(lats, per . -ii    ----.---------
hirles, per hu.  --  . -  -- ------ -   -
Rye per bu.       - --- --- -- ----
lluekwheat, per bu.     - --   -   -
Flaxseed, per hu .     -------    ---
Red clover seed, per bt. ---- ----
Alflalfa seed, per bu. - -- -- - ---
Timothy seed, per bu    -------------
All hay, loose, per ton -  --------
Alfalfa hay, loose, per ton --
Cl'over aoid timiiothy hay, loose, per to. --
Plotatoes, per bu. ---- - - - -   .--  - -----
Apples, per  liti. -- ---------- - -  --- - - -
Latest Report
Dath
June
June
June
June
June
June
Junee
June
June
Junle
Juiie
Juiie
JuJie
June
June
June 15
Junie  19
June
Julie
June
Julie
Junie
June
Jilyy
July
JulyI
May
MsI
Junc
June
June
Juume
Julie
Julie
Julie
Julie
Juiie
Jiiiie
Julieil
Jule
Juini
JulieIt
Julie
Jule Il
Julse  I
.Jlu e  It
Julie  I
Julie  It
Juie IU
Ju li e  It
Jume L
Jur I,
Julle I
Julie I
Julle Ie
Jule Ie
Julie  I
Julne  I
Julie I
Juie  I
Junle  1
June 1
Julae
June 1
Jule I
Jule I
Re-
ported
.iturei
242
246
229
324
148
214
186
192
261
93
2.96
2. 86
2. 9!
3.01
3.1!
66
62
31.2
33.5
1 721
4.1It
35.C4
138
60.0
3. 43
12.61
9375
5075
8297
8840
2924
1686
218
213.8
26.91
107.8
50. 0
73.2
54.5
112.5
57.7
88.1
28. 0
98.0
235
17.7
21.1
26.1
9.'
23.6
.5
24.9
27.5
1.9
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.1
3.!
29.3
32.6
13.31
20.6I
21.1
18.1
1.!
Current Trends
Previous Reports
One
month
before
244
248
233
320
153'
211
186
192
259
94
Il
I3
4.1
'.95
2.81
2.96
3.04
3.20
66
61
30.7
33.0
725
5.52
32.01
211
100.1
5.75
20.90
1315
1510
1717
1786
245
211.5
27.61
106.7
58.71
77.2(
s9. 51
116.91
63.61
85.6)
28.2
99 .
225
17.9'
20.1'
26.4
10.3
23.6
.4
26.5
28.0
1 .9
1.2
. 7
1.3
1.2
1.0
3.5
29.0
32.0
12.8
20.9
21.0
20.1
1.4
2.5
One
year
before
246
252
232
309
211
287
169
202
259
95
2.94
2.83
2.94
2.93
3.25
66
60
31.4
35.4
1743
4.40
27.64
115
67.2
3.95
IS 83
20310
1330
9226
12137
13078
1662
217
191.5
23.5S
125.1
48.0O
59.2!
53.56
125.36
54.61
78.46
26.51
161.0
210
18.21
18.94
24.41
8.31
23.14
.4'
27.7
42.8
1.9
1. 1V
.6
1.0
3.6
26.0
31.5
8.0
20.3
20.7
20.5
1.6
2.7
-yr Al.
d same
month
242
242
249
256
177
242
202
300
214
113
3.1I
3.04
3.16
3.10
3.41
64.4
58.4
38.5
16607
4.33
31.04
99.2
47.0
2.71
2078
3925
5060
2570
3700
1664
228
728.2
28.2!
111.8
52.4
61.9
56.9
88.0
56.9
70.7
29.2
123.0
168.8
17.0
14.5
17.5
7.2
17.2
.4
25.4
35.1
1.8
1.5
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1.5
1.6
1.!
4.1
22.!
24.1
2.9
16.2
18.9
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I.!
3.'
Latest Report           Previous Reports
UNITED STATES                                     One       One     5-yr.
&v.
Date    Reported   month      year     of same
figure,    before    before    month
Farm Price Indexes10, 1910-14=100
'arm prices, general            %   Jone       247        247       249 
     236.6
Livestockandlivestockproducts       | JUIie    268       269       271  
    241.0
Dairy products -                   Juiie       227       230       233  
    239.4
Meat aiiimals -        -       _%  Jiiie       342       342       323  
    267.2
Poultry and eggs         I- Julie              156       154       212  
    1980
Crow-                               I June     225       223       225  
    232.0
Feedgrains and    hay               | Julie    190       190       163  
    210.6
Irices farmers pay --I June                     246       244       242 
      205.6
'urchasing power, fariii products -  Julie      100       101       103 
      115.1
)airy Production and Markets
Milk price, wholesale °-             Jolie 15     3.43      3.48    
  3.59      3 59
'arm price of butterfat in creamiu.
per  b----------------------- cts. Juline 15    59.7      60.6      59 3
     59.7
,rice (wholesale) 02-score butter,
Chicago, per lb.' -rls Julie                    59.9      59.8      58 8
     57.5
Total milk production1',
(000,000 omitted)             Ilis. June     12636     11981     12372  
   122837
Creamery butter production"',
(000 omitted)           -     lbs   | Mac   156195    128610    160625  
 146012
American cheese productioni,
(000 omitted)        --       Ibis. Mao     104535     84385    116365  
 103239
Evaporated whole milk production' °,
(000 omitted)       b- -     -   s M Mi l    ,346850  258000    361150  
 425992
Dried skim milk productionl°,
(000 omitted)
Human food                   hIbs  Miv    113000     97150    122400    
88052
Animal feed                   Is- - -  Ma  2700       3250      2800    
 2489
Butter receipts at 4 miorkets' I,
(000 omitted)  -        -      Ibs. Juiniie  45698     42538     48009  
  49614
Dheese receipts at 4  iarkets bI       li      12273     15654      17579
    19740
(000  oniitted) - - - - - - - - -ls  ul      2  7       5 5       7 7   
   9 4
Cold-Storage Holdings' , (000 om.)
rrcamery iutter ---Is                fs 0  I 182479   136867     102701 
   77743
Smericas cheese ------- - -      is |   l    ' | I228574  186062  140939
  117690
iwiss cheese.- - - - -    I  ---Ibs.  lutv  I  3770       3637      2144
      1551
5.11  other  cheese   this  .1  lv~ ~ I  2163S  19287    19253     22441
Ali varieties of cheese ----     Ibs. J  1   1 2s3979  208986     162256
   161682
Total frozei poiltry  t-          u  Nlit    122701     136549     74733
   123324
Eggs, shell -         ----     cases JuteI  1  3696       3412      2290
     5631
Eggs, shell, frooczeiianit dried,
(case eqilivalent)-    -     cases Ju|l   1 17865      16227     12806  
   15278
Poultry Productionll
Losers onl haod is mouth,
(000 oniitted) in- -            oi Jniic    320067    339334    306026  
 334497
Eggs per 100 layers              uso Julic      1615      1810      1605
     1565
Total eggs proiluced,                                                 912
     5229
(000,000 omiittedh_     -      so.  Jujie     5168g     6142      49 2  
    5  9
Stocks of Dried, Condensed, and
Evaporated Milki", (000 omitted)
Dried whole milk                th--- u--Il. May 31  10307  9799   16135
    Z0254
Driedi skim  milk               Ihs ;lia c 31 83820      71635     97971
    78533
Driei hIuittermilk               Its -ac :1 1   4838      4028      8033
     5236
tCoiidensed milk (ease good s) ----Ils. Mav~ 31  7650     7596      9066
    10347
Evaporated iilk (lase gooids) i-ls    NMa  31 222300    116999    298661
   219987
Slaughter under Federal Meat
Inspection' I .1000 omitted)
Cattle. -- - - - -   -  - -       o I)  Juiie   1066      1075      1095
      984
Calves --- -- -i-n                 .  J iie.     485       496       533
      511
Sheep aiid al su hi              io Jiul,       1819       941       898
     1415
flogs I _     .I. Jusi                          4154      4338      374S
     3466
Business and Industry
Wholesaleprices 3, 110-14=100
All cosini odties     ---------     J          229       228       226  
    185.4
Foods --                           Jlne                  247       247  
    207.0
Retail prices3, 1910-14=100
All coussoodities ---------      cMay          244       Z42       245  
    206.2
Folls -------   -         --- - -- I I         2S8       254       261  
    210
Total personal incomeI14._ -- C-       May,                319.9     307.8
    280.1
T otal  iisi - a g ric uit ir al   iiic o e'4   '4   M a   3 2 9 .7   3 1
0 .7  2 7 8 .6
Total agricultural income14 I---------  Mas-               228.8     280
6     295.5
Factory eiiployisent (Radjusted) it
No.0o1femployees, 1939=100- |- Apr             147.6     141 2     143.4
     158 1
lidustrial produetion (adjusted)    |3,
1935-39-=1I00 -----------          MaY         193       189       174  
    199.4
Freight-car loadiigs ()adjusted)i5,   \                    126        124
      134
1935-39=100  '- -                    . - -v               _2--124-134
'Prelilninlary'. a1repared by Wisicoisin (rop Rtiportiig Service. 31 lased
slo Wiscnslis
crop reporters data. (Subsidy paylients elxcloieit.) 4ha1sed on Wiscoinsium
price re'pirters'
data. (Subsidy paylmenlts encluded.) 'As reported biy Wisconlisin price reporters.
 11ut)siy
of 3.75 cts. included from Deesober 1942 tI Jaiuary NVD46. 710-year average.
 3Based oil
Wisconisin dairy reporters' data. 9(otiiputed ou the hasis of the average
reported qiaiaitits
fed at tho beginniig and end of the mouth il birds of Wiscionsii dairv correspondents
times number of days iii the imlonth.  tiItureau of Agricultural Eeolloinis,
U. S 1). A.
IiProduction aiid Marketinig Administratiom, U. S. D. A.  1 I1asei oul WViscos-ll
Crop
reporters' data. 13Bureau of Labor Statistics iconvirted to 1910-14 base.
lIa. S. Dept.
of Coninerce, correspondiimg  imomitli 1935-39= 10 l "t F i ederal Iteserve
Bloard. ' Unirevised.
and livestock markets are firmer.
Feed crops and hay were also above
levels for June 1949. Feed costs and
livestock price relationships have been
somewhat narrowed but are still fav-
orable for feeding.
Other farm costs except wage rates
have also advanced from June of last  dollar on June 15 was 93 percent of
year to June this year. Lumber prices  the 1910-14 average compared with
were sharply higher in June. Cloth-  94 percent a month earlier and 95 per-
ing, farm  equipment, and supplies   cent for the same date a year earlier.
also showed average prices above last     United States Farm Prices
June.                                  There was no change in the over-
The purchasing power of the farm   all index of prices received by farm-
(27)
3
l
| Julle I
-
L. DU I1


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