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Vol. XXIX ([covers January 1950/December 1950])

Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter. Vol. XXIX, no. 10,   pp. [1]-4 PDF (2.0 MB)


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WISCONSIN CROP AND LIVESTOCK REPORTER
Current Trends
I Latest Report
WISCONSIN
Farm Price Indexesl, 1910-14-11
Farm  prices, general .
Livestock and livestock productsj  %
M ilk  -- - - - - - - - - - - - -  -%
Meat animals -
Poultry and eggs -%
Cropve-
Feed grains and hay ---
Fruits ----   ----- -- -- -- -- -- -- --%
Price farmerspay .pa
Purchasing power, farm products    - .
Dairy Production and Markets
Milk price per cwt.'
All utilizations         -          S
For cheese -         .- - ---S------
For butter -..-
Condensery products--
Market mulk -
Farm price of butterfat in cream4 -   ceta.
Farm price of butter -eta.
Wholesale prices of cheese, per pound
American' (cheddar) -ct.
Swim -ct.
Total milk production'
(000,000 omitted) -lbe
Cows in herd freshening'-
Calves born during month being raised' -.-
Grains and concentrates fed per month,
per cow9 -bs.
Grains and concentrates fed dailya
Per farm -bs.
Per cow in herd -lbs
Per 100 lbs. of milk produced  -  lb.
Wisconsin creamery butter production's,
(000 omitted) -b.e
Wisconsin American cheese productionit,
(000 omitted) -l-be
Wisconsin butter receipts at 4 marketse",
(000 omitted)-                      Ibs
Wisconsin cheese receipts at 4 marketes I,
(000 omitted) .-bs
Poultry Production'"
Layers on band in month, (000 om.) --- no
Eggs per 100 layers-..      .....       no
Total eggs produced (000,000 om.) --- no
Feed Price Changes,
Index of feed prices, 1910-14-100. -  -c
Cost, 1000 lbs. dairy ration    -       I
Amount of ration 100 lbs. of milk
would buy -bs
Wisconsin by-product feed cost
per ton f.o.b. Madison
Standard bran-
Linseed oil meal         -          I
Corn gluten feed--
Tankage --          -------------I
Standard middlings-                 I
Soybean meal                        I
Cost, 100 lbs. poultry ration --        I
Amount of ration 10 doz. eggs
would buy       ---                 lbs
Farm Product Prices'
Milk Cows, per head --         -        I
Hogs, per cwt.-      - - -   - -- ------
Beef cattle, per cwt --      ---        I
Veal calves, per cwt --        -------   I
Sheep, per cwt -----    ------ ---- ---I
Lambs, per cwt -   ----------  -----I---
Wool, per lb --      ------------- -I--
Chickens, per lb  .                   eta
Eggs, per don.                        cta
Wheat, per bu     -  ----------------I-----
(Corn, per bu -      ------------------
Oats per bu --   ---------------  --     I
Barley, per bu -    --------------- -- -I
Rye, per bu -       -----------I-------
Buckwheat, per bu -     ---------I-----
Flaxseed, per bu ------ ----------- ---I
Red clover seed, per bu.          - ----I
Alfalfa seed, per          ---------
Timothy seed, per           ----------
All hay loose, per ton -      -          I
Alfalfa bay, loose, per ton -- I
Clover and timothy hay, loose, per ton. I
Potatoes, per b         --------------I
Apples, per b--    -------------------I
Date
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept. I
Sept. I
Sept .
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Olit.
Oct.
Aug.
Aug.
.Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
SSept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
i Sit.
S-pt.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Si -pt.
Sn-pt. U
Sept. Il
iSept. IL
Sept. H
Sept. I1
Sept. Ii
Sept. IL
Sept. Il
Sept. Il
Sept. 11
Sept. 11
Sept. I)
Sept. 1]
Sept. Il
Sept. 11
Sept. I)
Sept. Il
;Sept. UI
Sept. 1)
Sept. Il
Sept. 11
Sept. Il
Se&pt. Il
,Sept. Ut
Re-
crted
lIf=a
265
274
249
360
193
204
190
173
265
100
3.15
2.95
3.10
3.15
3.46
66
62
31.4
36.0
1150
8.52
40.95
I10
71.1
4.17
24.14
12315
38480
3589
9387
12796
1242
150
214.7
26.29
119.9
49.2!
68.7
51.51
131.4!
51.46
SIA(
68.89!
29.68
133.4
243
20.91
22.36
29.06
24.56
.52
24.3
39.6
1.91
1.44
.72
1.42
1.24
1 0!
3. I!
19.46
28.86
5.26
8.56(
19.96
16.97
1.3!
2.06
Preelaus Report,
oD
moeth
before
261
268
241
362
182Z
218
1"
192
263
'9
3.05
2. 91
3.10
3.10
3.30
65
61
31.2
35.5
1346
4-59
38.74
117
66.0
3.82
19.60
16455
44340
5952
10227
11877
1510
179
211.7
26. 1I
116.6
48.66
72.46
54.1I
132.96
51.30
81.26
29.1I
124.0
234
21.30
22.30
28.30
10.16
24.56
.52
25.5
36.1
1.97
1.30
.71
1 .46
1.24
1.16
3.19
24.66
33.06
4.65
19.6
21.36
17.88
I .78
2.5t
One
year
before
263
272
262
305
242
202
179
H55
252
104
3.31
3.11
3.34
3.27
3.66
69
62
31.6
41.8
1145
8.21
39.47
115
69.9
4.08
23.54
13955
38975
5075
10446
12110
1176
142
188.7
23.8!
138.8
44.7!
66.961
54.7!
135.56
49.46
86.1I!
26. 5!
198.5
210
19.4
17.26
24.21
8. 06
20.96
413
24.0
52.7
.61
1.3:
3.6!
21 .96
27.16
9.31
18.91
19.46
18.99
1. 4!
1. 54
sm
month
265
269
282
270
208
234
195
257
218
121
3.57
3.50
3.56
3.64
3.98
72.4
67.0
44.2
10467
7.22
35.38
107.6
64.7
3.77
23.08
8921
35034
2425
11487
12872
1132
146
226.7
26.91
134.5
48.46
63.69
56.67
95.42
52.05
73.52
30.14
145.0
169.46
19.62
13.42
17.84
7.17
16.98
.45
26.5
42.6
1 .82
I .67
.75
1.47
1.57
1 .37
4.22
20.34
22.41
2.94
16.59
19.78
17.60
1 .50
2.33
UNITED STATES
Farm Price Indexes1', 1910-14-100
Farm prices, general      - -
Livestock and livestock product.%
Dairy products -     ----------
Meat animals --      --
Poultry and eggs -
Feed'grains and hay -
Prices farmers pay --       -
Purchasing power. farm products ---%
Dairy Production and Markets
Milk price, wholesale'O   -      S
Farm price of butterfat in cream'0,
per lb                        cta.
Price (wholesale) 92-score butter.
Chicago, per lb. -            cts.
Total milk production'O,
(000,000 omitted) -bs.
Creamery butter production' °
(000 omitted) -bs.
American cheese production"°,
(000 omitted) -bs
Evapor ted whole milk production'°.
(000 omitted) -bs
Dried skim milk production'O,
(000 omitted)
Human food -lbs.
Animal feed -bs
Butter receipts at 4 markets' ',
(000 omitted) -bs.
Cheese receipt. at 4 markets' ',
(000 omitted) -lbs.
Cold-Storage Holdings ", (000 cm.)
Creamery butter -lbs.
American cheese -lbs.
Swiss cheese -bs.
All other cheese -bs.
All varieties of cheese     I- lbs.
Total frozen poultry - -        lbs.
Eggs, shell -case
Eggs, shell, frozen aud dried,
(case equivaleit) - -       cases
Peultry Production"'
Layers on hand in month,
(000 omitted)-                no
Eggs per 100 layers -no.
Total eggs produced,
(000,000 omiiitted)-          no
Stocks of Dried, Condensed, and
Evaporated Milk"', (000 omitted)
Dried whole milk -lbs
Dried skim milk -bs
Dried buttermilk -lbs
Condensed milk (case goods) -   lbs
Evaporated milk (case goods) -  l- is.
Slaughter under Federal Meat
Inspection' 1, (000 omitted)
Cattle -IO
Calves -110
Sheep anid lauiibs --.O
Hogs --0
Business and Industry
Wholesale pricesl3, 1910-14=100
All comumiodities-
Foods --         -----------  - -
Retail pricenS3, 1910-14=100
All commodities ---     - -
Foods          ---- - - - - - - - - - --/
Total persoiial isco  -le ------
Total non-agricultural income'
Total agricultural income'-
Factory employment (adjusted)'5,
No. of employees, 1939-100 -
Industrial production (adiusted)'',
1935-39=I00 --      ----    - -%
Freight-car loadings (adjusted) a,
1935-39-100 -           ------
Latest Report
Date
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept. IS
Sept. I
Siept.
Siept.
Aug.
Auz.
Aux.
Aug.
Aug.
Sept.
Sept.
Slept. 31
Sept. 31
Sept. 31
Sept. 31
Sept. 31
Sept. 31
SSept. 31
Sept. 31
Sept.
Sept.
Sept
.Aucg 31
Aug. 31
Aug. 31
Aug. 31
Aug. 31
S. lt.
Slept.
Sept,.
SI-pt
Aug.
Aug.
Atig.
fill
Aug.
Atng.
Reported
figure'
272
298
248
372
196
243
194
250
109
3.94
60.9
62.7
9375
125180
83800
284400
61325
975
27424
13264
232708
290664
7718
21800
320182
140126
1568
16174
326712
1192
3894
13630
60281
5476
7016
349397
1196
488
1063
4137
247
251
270
319 .6
326.9
254.9
150.1
205
135
Previous Reports
One
month
before
267
292
240
369
191
239
193
248
HI8
3.75
60.3
60.7
10601
148225
98220
302000
89300
1775
36008
13892
239398
Z87977
6618
22066
316661
105179
2568
17630
303731
1390
4221
13908
84025
5999
7368
340962
1184
484
1076
3626
243
270
250
271
315.7
321.7
260.9
148.9
197
126
One
jye,.arr
before-
247
279
251
319
236
212
166
237
104
4.02
61.7
61.9
9427
128440
87370
273650
76750
1775
33116
15865
154455
198259
3644
21530
213433
132360
810
10992
310273
1159
3597
17788
98870
7161
8559
477812
1224
552
1180
3879
224
254
245
261
292.3
298.2
239.4
138.9
170
117
5-yr sev.
of Ame
month
242.0
258.4
267.2
274.0
217.8
224.2
214.0
208.2
116.2
4.15
67.2
63.8
91707
122955
83954
316799
52836
1557
32162
17325
117607
173776
2946
24097
200819
157662
3273
11804
319818
1074
3430
23274
73766
6634
12159
336975
1105
580
1412
2405
192.2
220.2
212.8
223
275. 3
276.0
267.6
156.5
193.8
139
'Prelimunar?' 2Prepa dby Wisconsin Crop Reporting Service. 3'Based on Wisconsin
crop reportersdata. (Subsidy paymentsexcluded.) 'BasedoninWsconsinprice rpor
ters'
data. (Subsidy payments exclude .)  As reported by Wisconsin price reporters.
 ubeidy
of 3.75 eta included from December 1942 to January 1946. 7 M0-year average.
'Based on
Wisconsin dairy reporters' data. 9Computed on the basis of the average reported
quantity
fed at the beginning and end of the month in herds of Wisconsin dairy correspondents
times Lumber of days in the month. I0Bureau of Agricultural Economics, C.
S. D. A.
'Production and Marketing Administration, Un. S. D. A. "'Based on Wisconsin
crop
reporters' data. "3Bureau of Labor Statistics converted to 1910-14 base.
"4U. S. Dept.
of Commerce, corresponding miouth 1935-39='100. IsFederal Reserve Board.
'Unrevised
(rease in the total output that month
compared with the same month a
year ago resulted more from the in-
crease in number of layers than the
tate of lay change. There were over
5 percent mole layers on hand than
September last year while the rate of
lay was less than :l percent higher.
The farm price of eggs rose from
August to September but chicken
prices declined for the same period.
An average of 29.6 cents per dozen
was received for eggs during Sept-
ember compared with :36.1 and 52.7
cents one month and one year before
respectively. The September average
egg price was the highest r-ecorded
muonthly avet-age this year.
(39)
3
.
l l
135
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117


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