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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. XIII ([covers January 1934/December 1934])

Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter. Vol. XIII, no. 4,   pp. [13]-16 PDF (1.8 MB)


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WISCONSIN CROP AND LIVESTOCK REPORTER
WISCONSIN GROSS FARM INCOME ESTIMATES 1910-1933 AND LEADING SOURCES
Total
Estimated
Gross In-
come
Dollars
000 omitted)
2)5 777
210,389
241,894
251 ,041
258 ,034
:307.470)
418.920)
493 701
544i .4,4
480 ,87
319 ,8G8
325,292
364 ,961
347 .403
401 ,281
419 ,343
426,025
423 936
437,823
359 .472
258 ,64
184 04S
20)5 41I)1
Index
(1910-1914 Livestock
.100)     total
...S
901       76 56
92.8      65 .52
94.9      73.63
109.1      71 .98
113.2      74 77
116.4      74.62
138.7      73.38
188.9      73.82
222.6      74 .77
246.5      74.68
Z16.9
144 .2
146.7
164.6
156.7
181.0
189.1
192.1
191 .2
197.4
162.1
116.6
83.0
92 .8
78.36
78 .30
77 .53
81 .47
79 .58
77.18
80.87
83.20
85.17
82 .51
83.12
86.05
85.86
80.25
Milk
34 .01
31.05
36.13
35.23
37.23
37.89
38.22
38.77
40.18
41.26
44.81
46.59
45.54
53.11
48.95
45.84
45.38
49 .54
50.17
49.17
49.06
51 .57
53.87
52.06
Cattle and
calves
12.01
10.91
11 .88
11.20
12 .24
13.11
12.25
11.71
11.19
10.40
10.61
8.67
9.45
8.30
8.66
8.65
10 .41)
11.4(0
14.13
12.11
11 .74
11.72
11.12
8.99
Hogs
19 .57
15.08
16.82
16.68
16.93
14 .52
14.49
15.44
15.91
15.52
14 .19
13.80
13 .61
11.98
12 .68
13.65
15 .90
13.19
10.86
11 .20
12 .38
II .35
9 .2(0
9 .()1)
Chickens
and eggs
7.40
6.40
7.01
7.62
6.33
5.92
5.95
6.11
6.23
6.43
7.67
8.33
7.95
7.21
8.42
8.12
8.26
8.04
9.0.3
9.0)7
9.08
10.(4
10.(i8
9 .2(1
Other live-
stock and
livestock
products
3.57
2.08
1 .79
1 .25
2.04
3.18
2.47
1 .79
1 .26
1 .07
1 .08
.91
.98
.87
.8b
.92
.93
1 .03
.98
.84
.!)5
.8.5
Crop
total
23.44
34.48
26.37
28.02
25.23
25.38
21.62
26.18
25.23
25.32
21.64
21 .70
22.47
18.53
20.42
22.72
19.13
16.80
14.83
17.49
16.88
13.95
14.14
19 .75
Potatoes
4 .40
10.38
4 .44
6.25
3 .83
5 .06
5.23
5.71)
4 .65
6.52
3.98
5 .18
3 .84
3 .52
2 .53
7.03
5.10
3 .93
2.83
4 .70
:1 .)2
2 .(il
2.41
4.72
Tobacco
I .34
2.44
2.80
2.65
2.48
.88
2.18
I .88
2.78
2.31
1 .73
1 .60
1 .80
1 .27
1.18
1 .37
1 .10
1 .25
I .66
1 .65
1 .47
1 .02
.(i7
.43
Grains
7.90
9.94
7.15
6.27
7.34
7.57
7.98
8.44
8.38
5.86
4 .84
2.66
3.38
2.09
3.19
2.32
I .93
2.13
I .58
1 .03
.69
.40
.98
I .03
,%joril D)i1frv RlePOlt
:Ijlj\   proll. o  tiotl ) Sr  - I   ,I I  t lle
(s'\\' isols) II. 1I'I0p soill.sp~onlodnts on
84 1'li  I  111)os   : 4l-4 t  2  pel4')nt  low er  than
444)  844 1il  1,  I14:11,   1   l 1 :ll ( ,Il t   9  pe r0e 'llt
l,, ox( l 411  I ' , ,  11 - I l '\  11g4  'l'The  1   -
411144 II c 1'p( d11   t  i(114   1J  4 .  w  4l   I o v  44   4110 '-
' 14414)  ( V I'  14)1\ S 1vj s   14  ,   (s   S  in   c ) '
4) 4  4  4s 14  *4 441111 1  'l, l  1\1it1   luist   year,
11lI1i 44  iilk  prI) 4dl o) tioll4   4141'  l 11)4 )  w IIS.
:414 1)t  2  III''le   it  higlher  thlal  a  54.14  ago.
8\ v '4a g)'  m1iI4;  pr4)I.lu tioln  per  Cow  in
lwrtl 1t., repOrt('(l  x  \Vvisvol)sill Cr0Op
4-4w4  o4.)4)444)4)'4145  (n  M\l,1: l('I  1  w iIS  16.2
4 I4 41))1 d ,  1i4 I,   I 4 1 ) :4)I.  1 N4 1 it  11  i 4..-   )I).4 1 )II(Is
 :1
-:I,4)  g4   'l,,   Iv, I  prod) 44 l11tio4,   4e1
; 4\  o  \pl  il  1,  19 1-3  114   lb t )h   .'\st  foi
.4  1 \I4  . il  sit4-  1 '2-5,  \\   ll 4l1hI4 -1
1   .ili rIgdpodtluction 1)r ('c)w' is l)(low liv'er'-
11g .  April  prold( tion ))   is   1144t  14  '1l4  44),-
1(4)w         asl''t .'41   w4S   .44S  0'i   11 1 tlo'  pl1o' 41:-
tioxn perl eow r~loporh1 onl M l arh I or)i t1
1Felbrualry  1.  OPa Marc(h 1, prlolI'tioln
per  cow'   w1s(1  11'  pe('rc*en1t  below  thlb
1!125-31 aVer!LI' Il11) Oll Febr4ua)r2'y ],
plrodiietionl wvo. 12 pt-relnt h1o 1  norle-
mill.
.kV('1 1 14'-  Illil   I)  ...) lu Ih i 4ti 1ll  p)el044) 1  :' 1
1't ported,  ( :tc h  monltll hbs be~en lwdowv
1Ho* figlilre for tril co(ll rsp~olildig tall itil
of  tIle  pl44 v x i.411  2 84'  .Silo,  14st  Sep-
tember.    Dairy   14)epo'ters i4dicatc4 that
*f the nm  ;ol) prof0w44l 4 ic M2arch a  l g!'e
portion4  is  41)i)4g  io)4l  1 io4 . ' h   lIl l lv
ago.  1)1)4  'I' or0 1ingl4  1 s 4lle's  *t' .f n
are redu (ed fl 411laist year.
Feedin1g of g4ai141 and other colilel) -
trates to) 4111N5 ('o)s in W8is8consill con-
tilill)4 s  1)t  11)1\\.  1('\v'  14.  Iif'1 4  (c.')  ly  short-
ilg4 of f1,1) grow)) feeds :)1)d the high
'ost of teedstilfs     in  t)rn)is (f milk
4riee4 .  The  v )luno1  (4  grllilns  14nd)1  ('n04-
)I')ltl'tlt'1s fla d4 1r   hrod on April 1
wats 13 ]pil(>>lt l- lo th(e April 1991
lt I 111-1 tI  I . II II I 4)II I   4 ,1 f '  .  (I  f  4 ,41   -'!'
I '4   414 )i ) I 4I 4 - I   w a s   r I' t   ht o  r n  1   4   b  n ' 2
,, it t c  -
r4-din 1g to  r4ports  4'411  11 1  sai tl l  1ore-
s44  [lvld lts.  lhR)( eent  ill(''lS'S  ill t, 4e
i ;,, I cIf   lla InI   I 1) 1 1d   14 Vt   1 )1 1  (1141M   ()2
rolaltiVe cost of [eed som swhat Illor,*
l';1orahI, hutt 'eod costs nro* still Ili-II
iit t(rin~s  Xf niillk  prbic(s.  In  A M ireli, I 00
l s,  ef llm   Av 11,rth 11  110  ,   twld e x-
for !_ ยข  17 poundszs of( f-eed gr iin it it I
,1   onientratlIt.s .  A   vote   :1.o,  the
1     xch inge v      4f mill;w 1is 1"2 g
ulds      of j1' (1ed   w hioh 11   1llo   tile   10
Mlk P-rmlijetion
Atwll I April I
191:11   11533
l1 w.    I I}N.
X% istcnisl9in
Per1 fnrin 24t:.4
Per seasn
in herd    15t.21
Per es4rv
ull1kedsl 21.3111
t nIted State',
Per vow
in herd     12.51.5
Atpril 1    A.pril
l925-3tl    111:4
a %er.   as 4: I;
I ,s. of l11:1:t
2,319.   I 2S.4  1
1111.51  17.7.
21.74.  23.85.
Itll.X
104.3
1l3.:32       14.0915
I nitf('dI Sintesm  Ellk   1'i-1'4illo-tiOU,
'\lijll  producl(tionl perl eow\\    ill )('Il~l oil
ll4)   IIII'))1S   III  It.1   ll" ) llt-)1 S  ('4')))  4'lr 4olt-
,rs    Oll Apl il I   1)v I4lraged   12.65 pounds,
th)  lowlI'St  8\pril pr'oducItionI 4411 'nCeord.
This   is  11  re(41)Ition4   (If  1b()4)4t  .  4)) Ieree m
from the 1VP'4'41st forl' Al)ril 19113 and is
about    10   perlelet 4   elo4 w  the   alverag e
J.4ily  plodut tionl 4)4 Apl'il 1 d4urinlg the
-y ' 1' p   iod. 1125-'11     As t))l' I)v pl4(r
I44c')ioll p1er4 ('ow   o0l Apllil   1  ws(15  4a1r)-
1)142   Iofflset   'Y  i1i -l-reasing  ('o w  4)4441-
444's, it )p1ppv rs th4)t totall Illilk prd(u)l(-
tiol   ill the   IUlite'   Stalittes  onl April I
Wvas a1lIot 2     444)41 beet 1low-r tha4.4 on Illc
s4144e1 date last -ear.
I  miletd Xta.te. t'll Storage Rtoldliu.
(000 osusittel)
Apsril 1
April 1* April I        a-vr. .v
19.34    119:1:8  1929-:413
t ream er~' butter.
1114.       ___ -  5.3852  10.225.5  14.44SI
%5 e-heexe      . l (1*-62.155  48.44001  56.:338
Ainierlesie. lhi.-415,71:3  41.01215  44.7111
S   IN,4,  ilps. -  7,8115  3,1.13  5.9M2
Altl  ther. lbs. 4,X27    4.1t2X    5,1:17
I':  g  ir  In   shiell
IefIe     ____    1.207   1,X:1:1   1,44:9
l gg. ,)hell uindl
frozen. ense
&otilitlslnts   __  2.313  :1,121   ".42.5
EPrsi Sintinary.
('ntitle out Feed
1: cI' cattlet fol^lers in Wis'on1sinl wert-
ft' iiIg  1.4  1),r- lit  foN'I   (' lIttle  Aplril  1
than4 1) yNl r 1oo.  The numher of eat-
()0  444  f,'(d  in  the  Corn  Belt  irei:   on
A.PIil 1    i 0s a1boIlt 12  pereent  elow
that If 1 ye.ar ago. It is estimated that
lbI   4erdl4tioll 4i the fCorn   Belt from
\.lil 19141 amounts to 170,000 head, but
Ill I'-ollip4:l')SO4l w itth tho ntlumber on feed
.\pril  1,  11412.  thelt'   is   anl  InIcreasIe  (If
82,4(4(0  heald.  Tlhe (1 c rease  in  eattle
f(d idig  ' was general this year through-
out tb' (Corn   1llt sta)te's with the ex-
ve'ption4 If NeIhrIashit Nhiiell WVIS 1111-
hi'l l 'ng'd froia 1913.  The fewer eattle
4)4 f-04I( this year is 4i1 pirt i reIl'octilt
of tbh   eolrn situatioll.  l.arge  quait i-
ties of the   19313 Corn crop which Wass
15 p)er('I't beloAw aVerage iln the Corl
llt hav1 e h-14,11 sealed on farms to se-
I'li' I"'-dorll loans alnd] as a result corl
PHr''(s  are  r'l;Itively  high   comparild
wVithl ca.ttle prices.
'IT'  r e por) t  perc 11 en 4)t ages coll parelld
to hlSt ')'al for the impolrtant states
hIaving1 Cattle on feedl for marlrket 14
41s folllo\s's:  Nebraska 100, Minnesota
S1. Missouri !17, Tow      !46, Michigan  14,
14
Yea,
191()
1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
18141
1917
1918
1919
19211
1921
1922
18923
1924
1925
192)1
1927
1928
1929
1930)
1931
1932
119:33
Hay
1 .55
1 .80
1 .76
1 .51
1 .72
1 .65
1 .73
1.15
1 .29
1.70
1 .95
1.78
2.07
1 .53
1 .9)
1 .56
1 .28
1 .08
.78
.81
.7:3
.41
.4(i
.71
Other
crops
8.25
9.92
10.22
11.34
9.86
10.22
9.50
8.92
8.15
8.93
9.14
10.48
11.38
10.12
11.53
10.54
9.72
8.41
7.98
9.30
10.97
9.51
9.62
12.86
.
_
P.,r.Cet from E-1, ol Ledi.. S-uce


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