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

Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter. Vol. XIII, no. 1,   pp. [unnumbered]-56 PDF (2.1 MB)


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54                WISCONSIN CROP AND LIVESTOCK REPORTER
Farm and Market Prices for Milk and Dairy Products,
PRICES PAID PRODUCERS. WISCONSIN
Milk Price. h. use.s ...I.1
For
cheese
1 .23
1 .11
I .41
1 .31
1 .30
1 .30
1 .60
2.22
2.53
2.77
2 .30
1 .53
1 .64
2.02
1 .57
1 89
1 .81
2.05
2.02
1 .83
1 .49
1 .07
.81
.98
.86
.81
.76
.72
.69
.71
.78
.90
.93
.90
.92
.91
.83
.74
.72
.82
.95
I .01
1 .02
.97
.96
.98
.97
.87'
For
butter
1 .21
1 .08
1 .24
1 .29
1 .21
1 .20
1 .42
1 .85
2.20
2.50
2.53
1 .72
1 .62
1 .97
1 .76
1 .87
1 .86
2.02
2.04
1 .93
1 .54
1 .12
.83
1 .04
.93
.90
.78
.75
.73
.73
.74
.82
.85
.91
.91
.90'
.89
.77
.82
.90
.95
.99
.96
.98
.99
.98
.85'
By eon-
den-
series
1 .39
1 .39
1 .45
1 .52
1 .49
1 .37
1 .63
2 .37
2.73
3 .16
2.84
1 .82
1 .72
2.29
1 .84
2.04
2.04
2.24
2.28
2.12
1 .69
1 .25
.92
1 .13
1 .06
I .00
.90
.84
.80
.81
.86
.92
.94
.94
.95
1 .05'
.93
.87
.84
.93
1 .02
1 .08
1.14
1.14
1.15
1 .17
1.15
1 .09'
Market
milk
1 .42
1 .42
1 .46
1 .57
1 .55
1 .43
1 .60
2.31
2.86
3 .46
3.23
1 .99
1 .83
2.38
2.13
2.09
2.25
2.34
2.39
2.43
2.12
1 .58
1 .28
1 .48
1 .43
1 .39
1 .30
1 .20
1 .20
1 .21
1 .35
1 .23
1 .17
1 .23
1 .24
1 .25'
1 .15
1 .10
1 .09
1 .11
1 .21
1 .25
1 .30
1 .32
1 .37
1 .38
1 .41
1 .36'
Butter-
fat'
(lb.)
cta.
30.5
27.1
30.6
32.6
30.0
30.3
34.9
45.3
54.0
64.9
82.9
41.7
39.0
46.8
43 .6
46.3
45.7
50.3
51.5
48.7
38.8
28.7
21.4
26.
24 .
23.
21.
20.
19.
19 .
20.
21.
22.
22.
24.
22.9
22.
19.
19.
20.
23.
24.
27.
23.
24.
25.
25.
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],UNITED                                                                
                 _
STATES     I   WHOLESALE PRICES OF DAIRY PRODS.'         WISCONSIN DAIRY
FEED COSTS
Choose (lb.)                   Ration coats
I       Amer-   Swiss' Brick  Lim.  Evap-   Coat   Index Pounds Stan-   
Lis.
Farm   Butter-               icanl                burger oraed    per   1910-
 100 Iba.  ard  seed
butterI  fat'  Milk' Butter'                              milk,  1,000  1914=
of milk bran"    oil
(lb.)  (lb.)  (ewt.)  (lb.)                              (as)   lbs.1   
100   would  (ton)  meals
buy"          (ton)
ctr.   ets.    $     ets.    cth.   etb,   et.    etC.    $       $     
%     lbs.    S      S
28.9   28.4   1.73 --        15.5   17.1   14.1   13.3   3.60   12.59   
 98     98  21.32  33.93
25.2   23.2    1.71  26.1   13.4    13.7   11.2   10.1   3.45   13.51   
105     84  23.10  34.74
28.5   26.7   1.82   29.5   15.9    17.6   15.1   14.2   3.25   14.27   
Ill     91  24.18  34.29
29.4   27.4   1.86   31.6   14.9    17.3   13.4   13.2   3.5    11 36   
 88    117  21.30  28.72
28.4   25.5    1.86  28.6    15.3   14.2   12.6   11.1   3.40   12.50   
 97    105  24.07  31.08
28.3   25.9    1.85  28.A   14.7    15.8   13.0   12.3   3.05   13.55   
105     96  22.95  3q.83
32.1   29.4    1.89  31.9    18.1   24.0   17.0   16.0   3.65   14.48   
113    107  23.61  36.44
40.6   38.8    2.28  41.0    23.5   28.6   21.4   21.4    5.20  21.87   
170     98  35.69  50.20
48.2   44.4   2.77   49.5   27.1    34.4   24.8   23.2   5.70   24.08   
187    105  34.55  58.26
57.7   53.3   3.13   57.6    29.9 --       28.2   28.3   6.50   24.32   
189    116  42.80  74.10
59.1   55.5   3.42   58.7    26.2   34.6   23.4   25.3    6.15  26.22   
205     99  45.P7  68.42
41.7   37.0    2.83  41.6   18.8    28.6   16.6   18.8   5.45   13.08   
102    129  21.85  41.16
38.6   35.9    2.52  39.1   19.6        -  16.9   17.8   4.35   13.66   
106    122  23.66  51.62
45.7   42.2   2.78   46.0   22.4    29.0   21.6   23.0   4.85   15 37   
120    136  27.88  49.72
42.5   39.8    2.49  41.8   18.8 --        16.4   17.4   4.40   16.24   
126    109  25.62  46.67
44.2   41.9    2.55  44.0    21.9   _      19.4   19.9   4.50   16.30   
127    117  27.64  45.44
43.9   41.3    2.50  43.3    20.2 --       19.1   20.6   4.60   14.50   
113    131  25.60  48.44
47.0   43.7    2.52  45.8    22.7 --       21.4   20.2   4.70   16.13   
126    131  29.56  49.17
47.8   45.6    2.55  46.0   22.1 --        21.4   20.8   4.55   17.96   
140    120  32.87  53.66
46.5   44.9    2.55  43.8   20.1 --        19.1   19.5   4.30   16.41   
128    125  29.11  57.20
37.0   34.8    2.30  35.3    16.5 --       16.0   16.4   3.90   14.09   
110    11  24.46  48.30
27.8   24.7    1.77  27.0    12.5   21.7   12.1   13.5   3.30    9.93   
 77    116  15.78  32.00
20.7    17.6   1.31  20.2    10.0   16.8    8.9    9.4   2.60    7.71   
 60    I15  12.44  26.31
25.    22.8    1.56  23.0    10.5   19.0    8.8   12.5   3.11    9.15   
 71    117  15.35  32.75
22.     19.8   1.49  21.6    10.0   19.0    8.6   11.5   3.10    8.81   
 69    109  14.23  31.35
22.     19.5   1.43  22.0    10.0   19.0    9.8   10.2   3.10    9.07   
 71    103  15.98  30.60
20.     17.8   1.39   19.0   9.0    19.0    8.6    9.2   2.80    9.07   
 71     97  15.80  29.90
19.     16.3   1.29  17.1    9.0    18.0    8.0    8.2   2.80    8.40   
65     95   12.40  26 85
18.    14.6    1.17  16 3    8.5    16.6    7.6    8 0   2.50   8.00    
62     96   12.00  24.00
18.     14.4   1.20  17.7    9.1    15.0    7.4    8.0   2.50    7.55   
 b9    105  10.50  23.00
20.     17.5   1.21   19.4   10.8   14.4    0.6    8.0   2.25    7.05   
 55    113  10.85  24.00
20.     17.6   1.25   20.0   11.0   14.5    9.9    8.5   2.25    6.83   
 53    132  10.90  25.00
20.     17.8   1.28   19.8   10.8   15.2    9.5    9.2   2.25    6.38   
 50    146  10.10  24.10
21.     18.4   1.26   22.1   10.1   15.6    S.4    9.8   2.25    6.13   
 48    155  10.55  22.40
23.     21.1   1.26   24.2   11 0   16.0    9.9   10.0   2.60    6.09   
 47    158  10.50  21.75
21.6 --        -     20.8    10.2   18.6   10.0   11.5   2.55    9.06   
 70    107  15.21  30.69
21.     18.9   1.25   18.8    9.1   16.5    8.9   10.0   2.60    6.07   
 47    148  10.60  22.30
18.     15.8   1.16   17.8    8.0   17.0    7.1   10.0   2.60    6.18   
 48    131  11.90  21.90
18.     15.1   1.10   17.6    8.4   17.0    8.2    9.8   2.10    6.45   
 50    122  13.65  22.60
19.     16.5   1.08   19.8    9.3   18.8   10.2    9.9   2.10    7.28   
 57    119  13.90  24.25
23.     20.2   1.14   21.8   12.0   20.8   12.3   11.6   2.60    8.66   
 67    112  14.50  27.80
22.     19.7   1.21   22.4   12.0   20.8   11.1    13.5  2.60    8.65   
 67    119  14.10  30.10
25.     23.0   1.33   23.9   12.0   19.5   11.4    13.7  2.60   12.30   
 96     86  20.10  40.00
21.     18.4   1.39   20.6   10.8   19.5   10.8   13.0   2.70   11.34   
 88     91  19.20  38.70
23.     19.6   1.47   22.7   10.5   19.0   10.0   12.5   2.70   11.01   
 86     94  16.85  37 .55
24.     20.1   1.51   23.0   10.5   18.5   10.0    11.5  2.70   10.13   
 79    104  16.30  34.30
24.     20.4   1.51  22.6    10.5   18.1   10.3   11.0    2.70  10.47   
 81    100  16.10  34.50
21.     18.0   1.49   18.8    9.4   17.8     9.4   11.0   2.70  10.16   
 79     93  15.35  34.25
I For monthly quotations prior to 1932 and detailed information regarding
sources on all
comiooditieF except condensed milk and milk tsed for butter, see Bulletins
90, 120, and
140, Wisconsin Crop and Livesock Rleporting Service.
Quiotatiors are tie average for tie month as reported by Wisconsin crop correspondents.
A iuual averages are computed by weighting monthly data by milk production
per eow.
Quotations refer to the 15th of the month as reported by Wisconsin and United
States
price reporters. Annual prices, except the Wisconsin farm butter price, are
weighted
averages ofmonthlydata. For the U. S. milk for fluid use is the chief outlet
for whole
milk sold, hence the U. S. farm price exaeeds Wisconsin where the bulk of
the output
is manufactured.
Allaixiiual quotationsarestraighttaveragesofmonthlyprices.
Wh1olesale price o'92-score btitter at Chicago.
2 Wholesale prices oil the Wisconsin cheese exchange. Prior to April, 1926
prices were
quoted on dakieies, thereafter ol twixs.
Averages of weekly quotations on No. I round Swiss at Monroe, Wisconsin as
published
in the Green County Herold.
8 Averages of weekly quotations at Monroe., Wisconsin from the Green County
Herold.
I Wholesale prices of advertised brands per case of 48 tall cans. Prices
from 1910 to 1020,
incl. are manufacturers prices as published in Federal TradeCommissionReport
on Milk
arid Milk Products. Quotations from 1921 to date are wholesale prices per
ease in car-
load lots at New York City as published by the Evaporated Milk Association.
Size of
can was changed from 16 os. to 14M os. in Januarv 1831.
'0 Value of 1000 pounds of feed grains and other coneentrates in a typical
dairy ration for
Wisconsin.
It Pounds or feed grains and other concentrates in typical Wisconsin dairy
ration which
could be purchased with 100 pounds of milk.
1! Wholesale prices In carlots f. o. b. Minneapolis plus freight to Madison.
Preliminary.
as compared      wvith  tbe prices of live-
nh....  id, ond  liv.sto.txk  products.
Milk Productions
Ailkl  produetion   ix   \Vi sxonsin  on
January 1 contittited tile ,Iline     from
twx lv x   sixouitith   ea rli, r.  'I'lxx  :xx ax i
uxlictti,,xt  her  xxowv  itn  the  Ilxeixs  *f  clxi
i lporitxrlS  wa'.,  13:.11i  potlltls,  :xhlb ltt  6
1 lxi&i lit  lxss  thtan  x11i  txi  s:xllox   dl;it '  ix,
7 '_'  ai xxx  lx x  -,i f1 r  lx I is  xixte  tlxatx  ilx  atxy
year  sincx   192..  ThI- :nvxt igx.  txilxixx
oxif  tix llk   * xo xvs  lerx   lxxtl 'I  :x dl  xil.  II  I
o f  c o x   s.s  lxxiig  xxxxll {, ,l   xx  t, .,\v lx
11  9. x:I   xxgx  \vxlicl   .-ollxt illedx  X%  ith  ILIt
oxw.  t   Illilk  prxdex  s tie ll  1).'I ' xx   e v rx i tx i   (I .,
11t ,e  l    I' [1,,1'Iixtlit  1 t xlil tit ll  I1   1 -
pl'ollt n  1tig rliil  t  l 194  l x xoxxllols  11 Il ,  filt
ofi  .1alilx rty  wl xi(I \i:x.x  I  xlIxlst  9  I x't'1 ' I
lIess  thliii  12  sitxii l h age).
Th'l~l  ixilk  prodxlux xctioxtx  lxx'r  cow  rIS  in-
dicaxiud  bv  first  oxf  the  xxxo rth x li   polrx
on  pxroducl iont  ill  19:1:1  wa~s Fgixatxto  tltx
for l i  x1   sx:xnx  dxte  ill  19 2  f2  1f r , lF xxxxax
J, x1 9 I \xllg lsst,  ;xttl  S- x h xi x,,   t '. '
f x  x ll xxi,, lk  p ri-, l iI. ia  I io slx iII  l)x  ' 2  Ill"
le ns  v o rxs xl l 1o  x ix1ixv xx t "I)  i l:x  Ix'iI
lx x  sxl xilxli xelr  :x11xx  f( lx l  %v11  x   tx  xxi   p r hix   0-
declined  xind  fxexd  pritct-  xo -  l' tilxn
wvhile   x better  thats in  1992  avx rag l
rather low    in 19:133  xxxd xis tle s-xxsxt
advanced    milk    plrodulc ixio  dexli-xxli
Feeditxg has been     light and   uilxxg.*
depeoaied upon to fin tnxxxsxtxxl extelnt tx
maintain      the   livestock.    Exclit xfor
February ftle pet ixxniix ixxilk prxoducltixi
of the first 4 months of 1933 was below
thiat   of   1932.  Flxoxx   SxM xx   txx   S xtxl-i hx  rlx
it  wvas  xxxxo vx  19 2,  sIlid   sincl   Sept, lxx
I   it   (l x'il liil   so   ti xil   (xx   .1l xltx x lxxx   1   it
w-is abxxxt 9 plIxlcxt bxloxw thi     plxivxxxxx
xexi  .  T hi   xlxit   sxs xult   fiox t  tlx.  ixxillx-
;xnces of the *lxauigixxg feex -iuilk      lxi,-.
xtlxxtio lx slxilxs,   xv xilxl xl le   fix  xl   Sil xlxplixs.
Ils ilk   Coxw   ixxxxiiiolx s,  (haix .xxS   ill   tillix   xtx
fx xs lxelliiig   xxol  so   (xx11  h xii x b xeix  to   III)],
\Viso(nisin  xmxilk  prodxilxtioxi fo   19:,:1 :i
x  ol it  1llx   sixlxn x  lex i  xis  lxx  19:.2.
1,V iscxxns ill   ilxilk   xxxxx   Ilxxxx b l'xxxs   xIx: '
blexxx ilxxrexlsillg silxco 1 929 :xlx(xl Ixxxxli;x
xx  lxig hl   ])x ixiilt   xIt   tlx   l x.  xxil xxlix xg   (If   ti
xxst    yx  x:ii.  T xxlicxlations  :o xiv   tl xt   ti.
xxix\:11'( xx x 'lnx 1xx   ilx   xxx   xlllllx x exxl xe   in  lx, xi
isxg   off   ix xl(   I xe  xi1i xxi xxlr   il   xlx,  hlxe cx   o f
(.r xl   relxl)(1 exl '   (1lxix l iF 19:,:   xvixx xg   xl(
only slighlxlx ibove 19132.
Mlilk Prodluctisn
I Jai 1
wil :1
.9:1   as  .1:,,,.  I )e   ..  i;  of
t 1              1   . . J u s i .
1934     1)3:3  19:1:3   113:1:1
e             m2.1i..sill
P<-r fruits -- _I 93l.,  212.0  lV,7.X   91.4
rer cwtv in
herd   _ _   1:1.14  14.01  12.2t8 93.9
Per * v*
inl lkel  __ 14.11 19.77   17.431 9 1
United Stale-
ler ,Iro s in
herd  -----  11.4tl  11.194  11.21  911.0
I.eas Graln Itleilg 1'ed
(;xxxi  ixil d c xixcexxtrxxtes  fix l  lixr  cow   in
tihe  hlu ils  of  d tily  lrlxlpo tels  xix  J tiil-
xxy  I  xxx.x  28  Pix r elitx   lxss  tIlx ix  on   the
sx xi  xx Ilxt hist year,  (xo iilix inig  thle  low
I xviil whic lx hxxxs prevailed sixexe August
i. During the first six months of the
yexxr tixe feeding oif grain and conexcn-
tix tes   xvx  S   Illax lixtxlx ilix ld   xx xi   xxlxxxx  x  the
ixII tivily   lxoxx  1'112  levels.  ill  July,
xxxxexxer,  fixxl  PlIiries   tu inel  upward
xxx(d the  hiigx  )lxrici s of feids as com-
P:lxxi   tix  tlil  pi;(x  Of  1xilk  discouraged
lixe Ipurixhase of grxxins and coneen-
tiriaxs whixh vmlxxxxxil    xwith relatively
lxxxV  gFxxxil  six xlie) S  oxxi  fla nxms  redxuced
thxe x111:111txty xxf igrxxixx xixd concentrates
fed tier coxv to 16 pIxrent less on Au-
Lxxst  1  th lxx x 11  thx   s xxixe  elate  ilx  1912.
'rlls  dxle linle il e feediig became greater
ix sublxsoeixxnt monthls rlacixing the low
pIoint as xvxmpared to 1932 on October
1 when the ciuantity oif grain and con-
V-itIates fed pxr ccoxx xva" 41 percent
xelowv  llx t  *of txvelve  xxoixlixo  (earlier.
Year
Ar.
all
uses
19124-._
1913 -
1914 -
19 1 5  _
I926.. -.
1917-.-
19158 --
1920 -_-
1927_1
1923 _ -
1924 --
19253 .
1926 .
1927..
1928. _
1 92 9 _ -
1930. _
1931_
1932 -
Jan.
Feb.
Mar..
Apr.
May_
June
July
Aug.t
Sept.
Oct.
Nor.-
Dec_
1933
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May_
June
July-.
Aug.-
Sept.
Oct. .
Nov.-
Dee..
1 .24
1 .14
1 30
1 .33
1.31
1.30
1 .55
2.14
2 .53
2.83
2.60
1 .69
I .66
2.09
1 .77
1 .90
1 .90
2.11
2.15
2.05
1 .63
1 .15
.88
1 .07
.96
.93
.86
.80
.77
.79
.84
.90
.93
.95
.96
.97'
.90
.81
.79
.87
.97
1 .03
1 .06
1 .03
1 .04
1 .05
1 .05
.95'
l a
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