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Toepel, M. G.; Theobald, H. Rupert (ed.) / The Wisconsin Blue Book, 1962
(1962)

Statistical information on Wisconsin,   pp. [565]-712 PDF (43.1 MB)


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566                     WISCONSIN BLUE BOOK
    HOW WISCONSIN RANKS AMONG THE STATES
                      IN AGRICULTURE, 1960
Dairying                               % of U.S. Rank Among
                                      Production    States
Malted milk powder......................100.0                           1
Blue mold     cheese ............................................  70.7 
1
Brick cheese ......................................................  67.6
 1
M unster cheese ................................................  67.5  1
Limburger      cheese   ..........................................  63.3
 1
Italian cheese ....................................................  60.3
 1
American  cheese  ............................................  44.0  1
Total cheese (excludes cottage cheese) .... 43.4             1
Condensed  whole milk (sweetened, bulk)   42.3             1
Dry  w hey ..........................................................  31.6
 1
Condensed skim  milk (sweetened, bulk) .. 28.4             1
Dry  butterm ilk ................................................  25.1 
2
Sw iss cheese ....................................................  24.5
 2
Dry skim milk (for human use) .................. 23.4             2
Dry skim milk (for animal feed) ..................21.6               2
Butter ..................................................................
 20.1  2
Dry w hole m ilk ................................................  16.5 
2
Condensed skim  milk (unsweetened, bulk)  13.1            2
Evaporated whole milk (unsweetened,
  case) ................................................................
 12.8  1
Condensed whole milk (unsweetened,
  bulk) ................................................................
 6.9  4
Ice cream  ......................................................... .  3.2
 9
M ilk production    ................................................  14.6
 1
Livestock                                        Rank Among
                                                    States
Cattle and calves, all ....................................             5
Cows and heifers, over 2 yrs. kept
  for m ilk ......................................................1
Sheep and lambs, all ....................................28
Swine, all ..........................................................8
Chickens  ............................................................ .13
Turkeys  ............................................................. .
.5
Other Products                                   Rank Among
                                                    States
Eggs  ......................................................... ...........12
Honey  ....................................................... ..........
 4
Wool ....................................................................26
Crops                                            Rank Among
                                                    States
Apples  ................................................................15
Barley ..................................................................29
Beans, lima for processing ..........................           3
Beans, snap for processing ..........................                   4
Beets for processing ........................... ..........      2
Cabbage,   total .................................. ...........  .2
Cabbage, kraut ....................................   ...........     .2
Cherries, sour ....................................... ...........4
Corn for grain ......................................... ..........     9
Corn, sweet for processing ..........................           2
Cranberries      ......................................................2
Cucumbers for pickles ......................... ..........      2
Flaxseed  ................................................. ..........  8
H ay, all ........................................................... .
Hay,  alfalfa .................................................1
Hay, clover and  timothy ..............................            3
Maple  syrup  ...................................................5
Mint for oil ........................................................4
Oats  ....................................................................4
Onions, commercial ............................. ..........      9
Peas, green     for processing....................
Potatoes . ................................................. ...........9
Rye  ......................................................................20
Seed, alfalfa     ....................................................19
Seed, alsike clover ............................. ..........      7
Seed, red clover ...................................   ...........10
Seed, timothy      ...................................... ............7
Soybeans for beans ........................................25
Strawberries     ......................................................18
Tobacco  ..............................................................10
Wheat, all ............................................... ...........32
Production - 1960
   24,542,000 lbs.
   10,726,000 lbs.
   17,937,000 lbs.
   16,030,000 lbs.
   2,176,000 lbs.
   95,273,000 lbs.
   438,487,000 lbs.
   641,119,000 lbs.
   20,208,000 lbs.
   87,495,000 lbs.
   15,909,000 lbs.
   21,703,000 lbs.
   29,707,000 lbs.
   424,938,000 lbs.
   5,589,000 lbs.
   275,485,000 lbs.
   16,132,000 lbs.
   94,869,000 lbs.
   279,024,000 lbs.
   25,768,000 lbs.
   22,337,000 gal.
17,953,000,000 lbs.
   No. on Farms
   January 1, 1961
   4,296,000
   2,426,000
      271,000
    1,767,000
    10,645,000
      286,000
 Production - 1960
 1,965,000,000 eggs
   14,742,000 lbs.
   1,718,000 lbs.
 Production - 1960
     1,470,000 bu.
     1,172,000 bu.
        5,580 tons
        36,700 tons
        39,100 tons
    1,827,000 cwt.
       59,400 tons
       5,700 tons
   108,500,000 bu.
      262,900 tons
      379,000 bbls.
      1,842,000 bu.
      56,000 bu.
    9,891,000 tons
    7,598,000 tons
    2,140,000 tons
       57,000 gal.
       172,000 lbs.
   103,917,000 bu.
      588,000 cwt.
      106,000 tons
    9,327,000 cwt.
      356,000 bu.
      165,000 lbs.
      70,000 lbs.
      3,960,000 lbs.
      1,040,000 lbs.
      1,536,000 bu.
      3,300,000 lbs.
    22,470,000 lbs.
    1,666,000 bu.
Source: Statistical data compiled by the Wisconsin Crop Reporting Service,
October
  1961.


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