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

Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter. Vol. XIII, no. 11,   pp. [49]-52 PDF (2.1 MB)


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WISCONSIN
STATE DOCUMENT
WIS. LEG. REF. LIBRARI
CROP AND LIVESTOCK REPORTER
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE & MARKETS
Division of Agricultural Statistics
Federal-State Crop Reporting Service
WALTER H. EBLING, Agricultural Statistician
S. __. (I11ERT, Assistant Agricultural Statistielan   W. D. it0hllNTUT, Junior
Statistician _
Vol. XIII, No. 11
State Capitol, Madison, Wisconain           Novem   er. 1934
FAV(lilARILE FAI, 1\EIATIIERl both
for Wiscotnsini antid fol the United
Stalte as :a whohl has hIllwd the dIvel-
opnmett of late crols anid fall pastiles.
The past month has been soniewhat
wirmlr than niornlnil and there has
beeti entiotgh moisture for plant groiwth.
Frosts held off in Wisconisin until the
last week iii October except for some
Wisconsin Weather Summary, October 1934
Station
Duluth _
Escanabha    -
Minne.POl. -
La Crosse  _
Green Bay    _
Dubuque.
Madison -.
Milwaukee ---
25
28
27
25
31
28
30
72
81
84
80
84
81
84
11
47.6 46.0
54 .0 48.9
54 .1 50.3
51.2 48.5
56. 5 S.9
53.8 50.3
54.0 51 .1
11
a:
I a,
I Is
6 .20
r a7
1.77 2.63 - 5.96
5.642.08 -6.29
2.36 12.32 +. 1.68
1.60 2.54   5.89
1.2 2.48 -4.88
2,Z7 2.43 - 9.21
2,2812.35 - 7.35
(relation    j (j .il ,it,, Auguist ande in'
solu I  , tl, r  I  extlll t I" z,,cnotII l.l r II o I I(i,-.
:It otll-~r per'liods.  1.llt" crI'(llY d1$evelopedz
we 1 ll ad harlv,,Yt has1 pl of:: esse d sbt ad-
ily.  I"ltll       ;\-,  Slio\\ . l  1d it  1 Il:lar -
ablt,                 fleveY';YII lop.z~~lo' 11t,  tllls
0bStYiII  ille> t.~   s I Stua;tion  \x 11i jT 1  11:
b i-Il :[ (IrrtlhIIt oiw thlroughou~t ftl(, ( I1-
tint cro'0p ye'tr:1
Al1101g tIhc iniport~tnt crop) chli1g,-s
tl;S, laIt( ill th1  S':OI forl W'S oI\s;II 11
dec lille in ll, co 1lil ' Ytilmlat.. antid an1 ill-
IN THIS ISSUE
November Crop Report
November Dairy Summary
Egg Production
Prices of Farm Products
reltsii ill till lpoltato crlo are tllhe ]t lot
i:klikl. Tilhl Stal   e1r11n plrdtlltiOnl is
runninl ig Somewha lltt ) z\  i i beo   Xarlw  epC-
ttltions. Allnih uf thle hIlt. platitid coin
d(ld not inike graii iil spite of the lung
lli growinig slsoln, and much of tle
ott)1'k I hItVlestedL ha;t, Ilnt Sidejldd aS Wl 11
as wals expllile d  atii    Corn fuddel
1,,,.s 1,-¢  car'-fu tlly sitv'~ ('verl IllOt ot'
lio. Suitt atil tht ll supply of this typ,. of
1.-d is pl Lll tihe iligeSt Oiii teICod
\\  itili   ti l   , xt  inl,  sliiitltge  u f  lity
Iic lh  ii  ,  i  r il \ \' ill-l I,  uls-  ii ,-  :
Iloigti~lg  ,I- li\ l stlot; to i gileitt lt ex-
I, ,  Itllml  tt ii l.  II: ]  \ lioils  t ilt  1f I I  .
ItIIII s,  , I itup  ii alvi silo' hield f1it
h\lil- SO itlittlis ii It S  iutueS Sulyhr
is  t xlwoh lt  at  n1l ;ill tig ,   sig pi nt 1 2 I.
1     at t licio  vo1,t11 lInt lijiiluls (Wtobei
'ii   griolii  gtt, ,l ti , prtist i lutix  il,
It,  oll:1(1l't'  Wq'I1:  ill  t':10,  111t11'11  ¢uC   tll,
I ilt I- I s   I,  \\  I~ i:t I :   S i%  l.  A   filltil*"lb
altl-:s,  ill  I Ill  y iidjh  r(porlts  (Il it rig
w<   ".  brtl  l ISing .s  thXe  liv  ragl.  yie ld  forl
\\'  --' ilsi   po I al o.-S~  I( I- IIS  bustloll  l  1)..I'
\% lXhic h is (Ih, highlest sincte 1!211
'i 1l.  stat-t.   S  lo(tato(   cr   is  nowl I(\ iSl
ll:wtte  ljit  itho(lit :11,4 I1,0  boi l  wh11IIS}tI  Nlichl
is tio. Iolarg sl po,1tlbh cropl sinle, 1!92S.
Ill ::eddllioll tefi tli, -lt)lI loing r, bativcl 1
luirge  the quality is also the best in
mItlly years.
United Stntes Crops
T111( Unitell States potato crop is now
estimnate d at 383,1035,000 bushels. This
is : slibstatiltild 1tlcreise toVer both the
crtolp of a year igo ltaid the five-year
;ivrirllge. Increases  dluring  the   past
month were llotdl il pra(tica1lly all of
til itplit(alit lalte potiato states from
WI isconIsit elst ward.
Fir(o the I llited Stat,,s the most im-
Ilortatit lalte-slilsoln crlp changes aire a
t't it lilt tl t8:v'in l ddee('li'tl;i  ill tll loin
estilllti s aind(1 the iuletease inl potato
produil, I loll]   I'l-l tgxit   u,1,oltl   1xv   1i i; -  .
Soli gillviltg tlhitoils. The corn crop
is nlow ('Stililwlt.-d at 1,371.3,52tl00 blish-
vils whichl is tli, snialpiltst Silo e 188SI
The fall sluiSlll l1l;S 1h(11 fulolllhl)le to
stilt   , dv ,)2plI ,t, ,,11 of tihe. lte crops
Irll ticulatly jug  11t.1tt  itppl, s, i tI,1  Ilt
xxlast yi a ihtlls brtigs liievel tof- lol-
kxto;11 11ol lit Il  it.t il Iso  ti ell t  ti N"' i t 1  1
tle tnll IIl itII     5 lg proildut Itu  111i Illst
till I  i,  Lillsl It 4(1) IiI  l  Ii  I(11  IX  {1 iS  tit -I
1il  tIlt XIgIisijI IO 1,1 1  (lslt  I iuttto
T)tll   11'  tAll" pI(ihIt5 TllNXoiscnjl ill...
itlt iwithltll Oil till; Ipl 11ctioll 1-itt (lltlv
iII hrd ll } }g rliplt gul0s, :IY n  ts a r)i'-
coli1t gr'aSt I, thl:ll IlatSt !\ \:r :it this I 111.,.
.T l,  lllit,1.  ,, t'l (-Nv\\s  o,}  t;Il'Il , how'\\V'X'l.,
issybbl 2)'IgII  t(> 3 1-'1' cent'l  .Y  th~ll
Slt+t ea;1 ;\0li l-1 h)iligs, tholeve\fl (>f to-
t.;,l (Irarly  nlki~  prodl1<  iobl)  to)  Zallnott  2
II'  ce (lit  gl. .t ,I :i  Il~ln   lit  thii  tililo  :t
y, :a1 :ng;. \\ lvi M1 ilk prI<>ducTtiml~l  ,
IiIllII-S  :tlbovl  ]liSt  y5 a ;1 it  ha:S  1.--. (-d{
11 s '*11   t1- t ); It I;  il  t 11 (I  '  (.,.I) I  I  g\ I) ,a  Ijt
I\.n el it\  ,t yl ;a en l111, 1. -11rS  :
Afill- vow\\ number., l sil Wvisconsinl .11r.
app~l"inlitly Oil Il{II(- ljcl1-i 11 ;lt:(cila-
t;iol1  {f  tl,  sh)ort  fS~ed  SiaiItEIZ   Ill  I, --
M~poll<.Z t(, tl1{, I'l jlln. Of rll ill; Plo;( ,S
1n,  fII;II;  sl~i :I :, I  gatins',  and  IS  it  re-
CROP SUMMARY OF WISCONSIN FOR NOVEMBER 1, 1931
Crop
Corn    ,,,,,,,     |
Potatoes  . - - -I
Tobacco _, -
O ats --         -------
Barley
Rye -_
Winter wheat  ,,
Spring wheat ...........
Buckwheat  _-------.
Clover and timothy hay
Alfallfa  . - - - -
Other tame hay -
All tame hay _---....
Wild hay -.........
Dry beans  ,-- - - --
Dry peas  ,-   -   ,
Flaxseed  -- - --
Canning peas ....-.
Cabbage -
Onions    .-
Sugar beets -..-....
Apples ----
Cherries  ._,-- .----
Cranberries
Acreage                                    Production
Percent in-
crease (+) or
1934                 decrease (-)  Nov. 1. 1934              5-year
Preliminary)   1933    of 1934 acreage  horecast     1933      average
compared to                            1927-31
1933 acreage
2,339,000   2.223,000     +- 5.0     72.509,000  77.980,000  64,895,000
253.000     239,000     + 7.9      309,444000  16,730 ,000  23 ,553.000
10.500      12.600     -16.0      13.389,000  16,023,000  46,223,000
2,310,000   2 457,000       6.0      66,990,000  63,882,000  84,750,000
741.000     805,000        8.0     19,266,000  17,710,000  21 288,000
215'000     22. 009        4 .9     1,828,000   2,260,000   2,329,000
24,000      32.000       25.0    I   276.000     464,000     729,000
86 000      72 ,000     t 19 .4    I 333 000   1, 152 000  I,258,000
27,000      17.000     t58.8     I   310,000     187,000     231.000
1,502,000   2.003,000      25 .0      1 051 ,000  2,103,000   4,117,000
499,000     512,000      - 7.9    1   848,000   1.111 ,000    725,000
731 .000    404,000    -+-80.9        833.000     471.000     188,000
2,732,000   2.949 000        7.4      2 732 000   3.805.000   5.030,000
340,000     340,000            .      309 000     374.000     2489,000
7 000       5 000     +40,0    1     52,500      32,500      46,700
21 .000     18.000     +16.7         325.500     308,000
5.000       4.000     +25 .0         55.000      40.000      92 000
114,700      93 .000    +23.3    1122,720,000 109,740 ,000 163.50 9000
23,000      12 200     +83.5         194 000      76 ,400    142 .700
1,000      1150       -13.0   I    360,000     293.000     302,000'
22,000      17,200     +27.9         187.000     139,000    .
1,204.000   1 938,000   1.661,000
4 ,400      7 ,040      5.840
2,000       2,009 i                  59 900      47,000      40 200
1934
as a percent of
1933     5 S-year
e~rage
. 93.0
83 .6
104 .9
10S.8
80.9
59.5
115.7
165.8
50.0
76.3
176 .9
74 .1
81.8
161 .5
106.4
137 ,5
111.,S
253 ,9
122 .9
134 .5
6Z ,1
623.5
123.4
111.7
IZ9 .3
29 .0
79 .0
90.5
78 .5
37.9
106 .0
134 .2
25 5
117.0
443.1
54.3
123 .4
1 12.4
53 .8
75.0
135.9
119 .2
72.5
75.3
144.3
Average Yield per Acre
1 _ _     I -     _ _ _
Unit
Bus.
Bus.
Lb,.
, Bus.
Bus.
Bus.
Bus.
Bus.
Bus.
Tons
Tons
Tons
IBits.
Bus.
Bus.
Lbs.
Tons
!Bus.
Tons
Bus.
Tolls
Bhbl
1934
(Prelimin-
ary)
31 .0
118.0
1275.
29.0
26.0
8 .5
11.5
15.5
11.5
.70
1 .70
I .14
1 .00
.90
75.
15.5
11 .0
1070.
8 .43
360.
85.
29 .0
. 10-
35.0
70.
1272 .
26.0
22 .0
10.0
14 .5
16.0
11.0
I .05
2 .05
1 .17
I .25
1 .10
6.S
17 .0
10.0
1180.
6 .26
255.
8.1
23.5
average
1922 -31
32.8
103 .
1180.
35.8
30.4
12.2
18.9
18.8
12.0
1 .40
2 .28
I .47
1 .20
7 .8
11.8
1550.'
7 593
294 !
8.82
17 .0
year
MSti I
s i%  ix,  t ~ r-   %era  ...  9 ,-  t032.-!
iTeTi-Yar average, 1 92 1 - I life).  21,:ight-yearaverage, 1924-1931 .


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