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

Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter. Vol. XXIX, no. 11,   pp. [1]-4 PDF (2.0 MB)


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WISCONSIN CROP AND LIVESTOCK REPORTER
I.a..# R.EDY
t,,e mn hiec p J          I
Farm Price Indexers, 1910-14-100'
Farm  prices, general        -
Livestock and livestock products. --
Milk --
Meat animals .- .                  '
Poultry and eggs --------------- 5/
Crp. -.... --.---------------
Feedgrains and bay .......... ....
Prices farmers pay-                    %
Purchasing power, farm products    - ---
Dairy Production and Markets
Milk price per cwt.3
All utilisations-                   I
For cheese  --------------8-------
For butter -
Condensery products -
Market mik -S
Farm price of butterfat in creams  -  eta.
Farm price of butters -               cts.
Wholesale prices of cheese, per pound
Americans (cheddar) -cts
Swim- ------------------- .       cts.
Total milk productions.
(000,000 omitted) ----------------- lbs
Cows in herd freshening .-
Calves born during month being raiseds__%
Grains and concentrates fed per month,
per cow9 -lbs
Grains and concentrates fed dailys
Per farm.            -            lbs
Per cow in herd -lbs.
Per 100 lbs. of milk produced  -lbs.
Wisconsin creamery butter production's,
(000 omitted) -                     Ill)s.
Wisconsin American cheese production I0,
(000 omitted) --)I
Wisconsin butter receipts at 4 iiiarketsi A
(000 omitted) --                   Ils
Wisconsin cheese receipts at 4 marketsi i
(000 omitted)-                      Is
Poultry Production"2
Layers on hand in month, (000 Om.) --o
Eggs per 100 layers       -        -  no.
Total eggs produced (000,000 om.)    .no
Feed Price Changes2
Index of feed prices, 1910-14=100 -    -%
Cost, 1000 lbs. dairy ration           - S
Amount of ration 100 lbs. of milk
would buy -                         lbs
Wisconsin by-product feed cost
per ton f.o.b. Madison
Standard bran           -
Linseed oil meal .         -
Corn gluten feed -
Tankage --            -I-----------
Standard middlings         -        I
Soybean meal-
Cost, 100 lbs. poultry ration    -      I
Amount of ration 10 don, eggs
would buy        -     ------       lbs.
Farm Product Prices5
Milk cows, per head           -    -    I
Ifogs, per cwt ---                     -I
Beef cattle, per ewt        -     -     I
Veal calves, per cwt    - - ---- --I-------- I
Sheep, per cwt -         --------------I
Lambs, per cwt            -      -      I
Wool, per lb -         ---          -- -I
('hickens, per lb.       .          . eta
Eggs, per do-..     -    --.          ets
Wheat, per bu -         --------------
Corn, per bu -         -------          I
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
Alfalfaseed, per            ----------
Tiothy seed per               -------
All hay, loo  per ton         -------
Alfalfa hay, loose, per ton
Clover and tiniothy hay, loose, per ton I
Potatoes, per bu-            ---------I
Apples, per bu                          I
Date
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oet.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oit.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct. 11
Oct. 1I
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Sept.
Sept.
(lct.
(Oct.
(let.
I)t.
(lct.
Oct.
Oet.
(Oct.
(let.
O(t.
Oet.
O(t.
(ct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
O(t.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
(Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
O(t.
Oct.
Oct.
(let.
Oct.
Oct.
(lct.
Oct.
Oct.
(lct.
O(lt.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
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fi
fi
fi
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Re-
ported
figural
269
281
269
337
210
190
180
164
266
101
3.40
3.17
3345
3.35
3.5 5
69
65
32.4
37.0
1058
10.49
43.41
142
86.1
5.02
29.04
10210
31780
369S
11578
14503
1147
166
212.5
25.54
133.1
47.66
66.88
50.38
123.98
50.0
67.98
28.99
154.2
240
18.48
21.6C
28.48
510.28
24.28
S 57
23.1
44.7
1.91
1. 44
7.1
1.32
1.26
1.01
52.85
18.60
5 29.4
4.91
17.38
17.98
16.98
1.05
5 I .7
Current Trends
One
month
before
269
278
257
360
193
204
190
173
265
102
3.25
3.02
3.34
3.29
3.58
66
62
31.4
36.0
1150
8.51
40.91
120
71.1
4.12
24.14
12315
18080
3589
9387
12796
1242
159
214.7
26.11
124.1
49.28
66.7!
51.51
131.41
51.41
68.8!
29.61
133.4
243
20.94
22.31
29.04
10.14
24.
S;
24.3
39.6
1.9
1.4-
1.4:
1.2-
1 I.0)
3.11
19.44
28.8S
S5.21
18.5
19.91
16.9
1.3
2.0
One
year
befoea
261
271
271
281
241
194
176
14S
252
104
3.43
3.27
3. 2
3.34
3.73
69
62
31.7
42.6
1026
10.40
41.82
146
90.9
5.34
32.19
12360
32255
4304
11158
14322
1088
156
184.7
23.70
144.7
42.98
71.05
)52.U
138.90
45.48
77.88
25.64
205.9
208
17.0O
16.18
24.08
68.60
20.5S
.43
23.5
52.8
1 .81
1 .06
.61
1.31
1.2
3.41
22.78
24.88
10.18
17.5(
19.98
16.9(
51.2'
-yr as.
* same
month
269
274
265
270
229
231
198
265
219
122
3.61
3.S1
3.51
3.61
4.04
71.8
66.2
46.7
962
9.74
35.91
129.6
78.1
4. s
29.08
7937
89986
2149
13216
14321
966
139
222 4
27.2
133.9
49.48
67.2'
57.11
100.21
52.01
71.08
29.4'
167.4
169.84
19.94
13.0-
18.04
7.2:
16.71
.4i
26.4
48.2
1.8
I.5
. 7
1.41
I  6)
1.31
4.21
21.7;
1 711
3.1;
16.7
20.3
17.8
1.3
2.5
UNITED STATES
Farm Price Indexessl, 1910-14=100
Farm prices, general -  -----
Livestock and livestock products.-%
Dairy products-
Meat animals-
Poultry and eggs-
Crops
Fetg ain  nd hay   -
Prices farmers pay-
Purchasing power, farm products --
Dairy Production and Markets
Milk price, wholesale'--
Farm price of butterfat in creamal,
per lb- ets
Price (wholesale) 92-score butter,
Chicago, per lb.I -            ets
Total milk productionIO,
(000,000 omitted)-             Ibs
Creamery butter production10,
(000 omitted) -lbs
American cheese productionia,
(000 omitted)        -         lbs
Evaporated whole milk productioni,
(000 omitted) -lbs
Dried skim milk productioniO,
(000 omitted)
Human food -lbs
Animal feed -lbs
Butter receipts at 4 markets"i,
(000 omitted) -lbs
Cheese receipts at 4 marketsi 1,
(000 omitted) -bs.
Cold-Storage Holdingsi I, (000 Om.)
Creamery butter   -    -         lbs
American cheese                  lbs
Swiss cheese                     lbs
All other cheese                 lbs
All varieties of cheese         bIs
Total frozen poultry            lbs
Eggs, shell                   - casel
Eggs, shell, frozen and dried,
(case equivalent)            case!
Poultry Production1l
Layers on hand in sionth,
(000 omitted) -oo
Eggs per 100 layers -       -     o
Total eggs produced,
(000,000 omitted)-             no
Stocks of Dried, Condensed, and
Evaporated Milkia, (000 omitted)
Dried whole milk - - --        - lbs
Dried skim milk     -      -     lbs
Dried buttermilk        -   -- - .ls
Condensed milk (case goods)-       s ls
Evaporated milk (case goods) -   Ilbs
Slaughter under Federal Meat
Inspection11, (000 emitted)
Cattle-                          n
Calves-                          n
Sheep and lambs -1-
Hogs-                            n
Business and Industry
Wholesale pricesl3, 1910-14= 100
All commodities      -        -
Foods --       -      - 5-)------
Retail pricesl3, 1910-14=100
All commodities--        -
Foods --     -      ----- - -   5-)--
Total personal income'--       -
Total non-agriculturl income'I ----5
Total agricultural incomeisl -  -
Factory employment (adjusted)I5,
No. of employees, 1939 = 100 -
Industrial production (adjusted)".
1935-39 = 100--
Freight-car loadings (adjusted) I ",
1035-39-100 ----------------,
Latest Report
Date
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
(lct.
Out.
Oct.
Oct. 15
Oct. 15
Oct.
Oct.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Olt. 31
O)ct. 3 1
(let. 31
Oct. l 1
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Oct.
Oct.
Ocet.
S-pt. 3t
SIept. 3
Sc pt. 3(
Sept. 31
Slept
Oct.
Oft.
Of t.
Oa.t.
O t
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Ate.
Sept.
Sept.
Reported
figurel
268
296
261
358
201
238
188
253
106
4.23
62.8
63.2
9035
103540
67830
232000
43500
840
29365
17527
207795
877597
7275
26063
110935
217801
494
13862
160344
1114
4014
12503
43470
5012
9409
388620
1169
515
1081
5102
246
252
269
326.6
336.2
240.0
154.6
213
134
Previous Reports
One
month
before
272
298
248
372
196
243
194
252
108
4.01
60.9
62.7
9375
125180
83800
184400
61325
975
27424
13264
234111
292421
7743
26743
126907
140352
1558
16259
326712
1192
3894
13630
60281
5476
7016
349397
1196
488
1063
4137
247
274
251
270
322.5
330.1
254.9
150.5
208
13t
One
year
befor,.
242
271
258
301
230
210
161
237
102
4.11
62.1
62.1
9056
113770
74135
212750
63050
1250
29510
16301
144819
185839
3917
19759
209515
21517
501
10096
350075
1079
3777
18271
82024
6485
6758
484246
1156
568
1172
4959
222
249
246
263
291.0
298.6
222.9
139.6
174
105
S-yr ,v.
of some
month
245.6
263.6
273.8
276.4
230.8
226.0
204.4
210.4
116.7
4.27
66.6
61.7
8724X
03290
69717
258574
39931
1081
29140
20018
104918
159996
2685
Z2240
184921
228789
1851
9788
153805
940
3319
21411
59942
6407
12190
129854
1303
708
1705
3696
195.8
Z30.6
214.2
225
277.3
279.5
257.1
156.2
191.0
137
iPreliminarv. 2Prepared by Wisconsin Crop Reporting Service. 3B3ased oln
Wisconsis
crop ceporters' data. (Subsidy payments excluded.) 4Based on Wisconsin price
reporters'
aa.ubsidy paytllelits excluded.) 'As reported by Wisconsin price reporters.
 Subsidy
of 3.76 nts. included from December 1942 to January 194G. 710-year average.
sBased on
Wisconsin dairy replorters' data. aCouiiputed on the basis of the average
reported qtantity
fed at the beginnilg ald end of the month in herds of Wisconsin dairy correspondents
times number of days is the lioiltb. ioBureau of A ricultural Economics,
U. D.A.
iProduction data   Marketinig Administration, Uc. S. -t A. 10Based on Wio
.. iUn crop
Ireporters' data. 131t~ireaui of l~abor Statistics converted to 1910-14 base.
14U. S. Dept.
.1of Commlerce, colrresponlding 1)o11tli 1935-39-100o. isFederal Reserve
Board. 'Unreviscd
larger marketings of hogs and cattle
and to a sizable degree were tem-
porary since lower livestock prices
are the normal seasonal occurrence in
October. Livestock prices were nearly
20 percent above the same date a
year earlier while milk prices were
about the same and poultry and egg
pi-ices were 12 percent under levels
for October 1949.
The index of pt-ices paid by Wis-
consin farmers for farm production
and living expenses continued to in-
crease in line with other non-agricul-
tural prices. The exchange value of
the farmer's dollar has continued to
United States Farm Prices
Sharp declines in hog prices, to-
gether with more moderate drops in
prices of most ct-ops, lowered the
United States index of prices received
by farmers over 1 percent from a
month earlier to 268 percent of its
ease off since the Korean fighting.
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