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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. 3,   pp. [unnumbered]-12 PDF (1.9 MB)


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WISCONSIN CROP AND LIVESTOCK REPORTER
Farm and Market Prices for Milk and Dairy Productst
PRICES PAID PRODUCERS, WISCONSIN                STATES          WHOLESAILE
PRICES OF DAIRYTPRODS.4          WISCONSIN DAIRYTFEED COSTS
Milk Prices by usesl' cwt.)                                             
  Choose. (lb.)                    Ration coat
Amser.  Swiss' Brick'   Lim.   Evap-.  Cost   Index  Pounds Stan-    Lin-
For    For   By con- Market Butter. Farm   Butter-                scani 
               burger' orated,  per   1910- 100 lbs.  ard    seedl
cheese  butter  den.   milk    fat'   butter'  fat'  Milk' Butter%      
                         milk'   1,000  1914= of milk bran"     oil
series          (lb.)  (lb.) [(lb.)  (cwt.)  (lb.)                      
         (case)  lbs."    IN0   would   (ten)  meal"
I                                                         bu~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ly"l
 (ton)
S       S      S      $      eta.   cta,    cta.    $     cia.    cta.  
cta.    cts.    cts.    $       $1      %     lbs.     S     $
1.26    1.21   1.39    1.42   30.5   28.9    28.4   1.73 ----     15I.5 
 17.1    14.1    13.3   3.60   12.59     98      98   21.32  33.93
1.11    1.08   1.39    1.42   27.1   25.2    23.2   1.71  216.1    13.4 
 13.7    11.2    10.1   3.45   13.51     105     84   23.10  34.74
1.41    1.24   1.45    1.48   30.8   28.5    26.7   1.82   29.5    15.9 
 17.6    15.1    14.2   3 .25  14.27     III     91   24.18  34 .29
1.31    1.29   1.52    1.57   32.6   29.     27.4   1.86   31.0    14.9 
 17.3    13.4    13.2   3.55   11.36     88     117   21.30  28.72
1.30    1.21   1.49   1.55    30.0   28.4    25.5   1.85   28.6    15.3 
 14.2    12.6    11.1   3.40   12.50     97     lOS   24 .07  31.08
1.30    1.20   1.37    1.43   30.3   28.3    25.9   1.85   28.9    14.7 
 15.5    13.0    12.3   3.05   13.55     105     96   22.95  3i.83
1.610   1.42   1.63   1.60    34.9   32.1    294    1.89   31.9    18.  
 24.     17.     16.0   3.5    14.4      113    107   23.81  38.44
2.22    1.85   2.37   2.31    45.3   40.8    38.8   2.28   41.0    23.5 
 28.8    21.4    21.4   5.20   21.87     170     98   35.69  50.29
2.53   2.20    2.73   2.88    54.0   48.2    44.4   2.77   49.5    27.1 
 34.4    24.8    23 .2  5.70   24.99     187    105   34.55  58.28
2 .77   2.50   3 .16  3 .48   61.9   57.7    53.3   3.13   57.6    29.9 
----     28.2    28.3   6.80   24.32     186    116   42.80  74.10
2.30    2 .53  2.64   3 .23   62.9   58.1    55.5   3.42   58.7    26.2 
 34.6    23.4    25.3   6.15   26.22     205     99   45.97  68.42
1.53   1.72    1.82   1.09    41.7   41.7    37.0   2.83   41.6    18.8 
 28.6    18.8    18.8   5.45   13.08    102     129   21.85  4.181
1 .64   1.62   1.72   1.83    39.0   38.6    35.9   2.52   39.1    19.6 ----
     18.6    17.8   4.35   13.66    106     122  23.86   51.82
2.02    1.97   2.29   2.38    48.8   45.7    42.2   2.78   46.0    22.4 
 296.0   21.6    23.0   4.85   15.37     120    136   27.88  49.72
1.57   1.76    1.84   2.13    43.6   42.5   35.8    2.49   41.0    18.8.
.----16.4        17.4   4 .40  16.24     126    109  25.62   48.67
1 .89  1.87    2.04   2.03    46.3   44 .2   41.0   2.55   44.    21.9 -----19.4
         19.5   4.50   16.30     127    117  27.64   45.44
1 .61   1.86   2.64   2.25    45.7   43.9    41.3   2.50   433 I  20.   ..
       I 9.1   20.6   4 .60  14.50     113    131   25.60  48.44
2.05   2.02    2.24   2.34    50.3   47.0    43.7   2.52   45.6    22.7 -----21.4
        20.2   4.70   16.13     126    131   29.56  49.17
2.02   2.09    2.28   2.39    51.5   47.8    45.6   2.55   46.0    22.1 
-----21.4        20.8   4 .55  17.96     140    120   32.87  53 .68
1.83    1 .93  2.12   2.43    48.7   46.5    44.0   2.55   4.8    201   
------   13.1    19.           I 641     12     125  29.1    57.20
1 .40   1.34   1.613  2.12    36.8   37.0    34 .9  2.30   35.3    16.5 -----16.0
        16.4   3.90   14.09     110    116   24 .48  48.30
1.07   1.12    1.23   1.53    28.7   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
.81    .63    .92    1.28   21.4    20.7   17.6    1.31   20.2   10.0   
16.8    8.9     6 .4   2.60   7.71      60     ilS  12.44   28.31
.61     .9.)  1.05   1.25   22.9    21.6  --------        21.6   10.2   
18.6    10 0   11.5    2.55   9 .06     70     107  15.21   30.69
.81    .61    .93    1.15   22.     21.     18.9   1.25   20.8    9.1   
16.5    8.6    10.0    2.69    6.07     47     148   10.60  22.30
.74     .77   .67    1.10    131.   18.    15.6    1.16   15.8     8.0  
17.0    7.1    10.0    2.60    6.18     48     131   11.90  21.90
.72     .76   .84    1.09    19.    18.     15.1   1.10   17.8     8.4  
17.0     8.2    9.6    2.10   8.45      50     122   13.65  22.80
.82    .02     .93   1.11   20.     10.     16.5   1.03   17.6     9.3  
18.8    10.2    9.9    2.10   7.28      57     119   13.90  24.25
.93    .091   1.02   1.21   23.     23.    20.2    1.14   19.8   I2.0   
20.8    12.3   11 .6   2.60   8.66      67     112   14.50  27.80
1.01     .95   1 .08  1.25   24 .    22 .    19.7   1.21   21.8   12.0  
 20.8    11.1    132.5  2.60    8.65     67     119   14.10  30.10
1.02     .99   1.14   1.30    27.    235.    23.0   1.33   22.4    12.0 
 10.5    11.4    13 .7  2.60   12.30     96      86   20.10  40.00
.97    .66    1.14   1.32   23 .    21.    18.4    1.39   25.9   10.6   
19.5    10.6   13.0    2.70   11.34     88      91  19.20   38.70
.96    .9i    1.15   1.37   24.     23 .   19.6    1.47   20.6   10.5   
19.0    10.0   12.5    2.70   11.01     86      94   16.85  37.54
.98     .99   1.17   1.38   25.     24 .   20.1    1.51   22.7   10.5   
18.5    10.0   11.5    2.70   10.13     79     104   16.30  34.35
.97     .98   1.15   1.41   25.     24 .   20.4    1.51   23.0   10.5   
18.1    10.3   11.0    2.70   10.47     81     100   16.10  34.50
.84     .84   1.0.3  1.37   22.     21.    16.0    1.49   22.6    9.4   
17.8    9.4    11.0    2.70   10.16     79      92   15.35  34 .25
.81)   .817  1.03    1.34   20.      19.   16.1    1.44   19.4    9 .9  17.8
    8 .4   10.7    2.70  10.67      83     89   17.10   34 .60
1.0),    A.91  I 1.0i'  1.39'  23.    24 .  21 .6   1.48   24.4    12.8 
 19.5    12.0    11.8   2.70   11.14     87      92' 19.10   34.50
For monthly quotations prior to 1932 and detailed information regarding sources
on all
commodities except condensed milk and milk used for butter, see Bulletins
90, 120, and
140, Wisconsin Crop and Livestock Iteprting Service.
Quotations are the average for the month as reported by Wisconsin crop correspondents.
Annual averages are computed by weighting monthly data by milk production
per row.
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 of monthly data  For the U. S. milk for fluid use is the chief outlet
for whole
milk sold, hence the U. S. farm price exceeds Wisconsin where the bulk of
the output
is manufactured.
4 A anlnual qudtationxs are straight averages of monthly prIces.
5 WholesAle price or 92-score butter at Chicago.
a Wholesale prices on the Wisconsi', cheese exchange. Prior to April, 1926
prices were
quoted on daisies, thereafter on twiis.
I Averages of weekly quotations on No. I round Swiss at Monroe, Wisconsin
as published
in the Green County Herold.
IAverages of weekly quotations at Monroe. Wisconsin from the Green County
Herold.
IWholesale priem of advertised brands per case of 48 tall cans. Pricem from
1910 to 1620,
indl are manufacturers prices asl published in Federal TradeCommission Report
on Milk
and Milk Products. Quotations from 1921 to date are wholesale prices per
case in car-
load lota at New York City as published by the Evaporated Milk Association.
Sizs of
can  was changed  from   1 6  us. to  14,'2 oz. in  January   l931.inatpcld
ry aio fr
1Value of 000 pounds Of feed grains and other concentrates in a typical dairy
ration for
Wisconsin.
"1 Pounds of 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.
IPreliminary.
'lat Ii- II  i!I  tIhe1 1 I  y1 aIt l   fir  vli'icti  t .
Id   rii   i,,1   i I alottie.  Thi,   iv(rage  iiiilk
lpoduilc tion pel ft:iii and tite average
mnilk prodicetion per cow as reported
monthly   have been    below   the corre-
slpoitiiolli   ititilth  it  ili('  previous  year
in   :t!i   itimitlti   silt(,  I )tolwr   1932   to
d1: I , . ]-Ioporht( s holkdi  ate tHiLt slightly
sl1(' ,,t  ll,, ,,ill;  p I o mli ci  ii  s  beillg  sSold
Whiloe tII;L 1i y,1 .:I Ng- :(Id a1 snaldler
propor)( lti(.1   iS   1'. ill,2   '-liillllll  ,d   rol.   tlls -
.'1 , o f,  ;[Ill:11 .
*lilk l'rodueltionl
11:11.1 i l slls.
I1O25- 11 :)4
. 1,lis.  I  81 ssr.  I 111311t   Its  is
I  :1I  111:13:   it i .  /e  oIf
I ,h.   lss.   His.  19:1:I
lWisc ioesnsin
I1er fisiis _217.1U1  231 .2S  242.:11  114.1
Il'er soss i15
l er  --  1-1.7-1  l ..SO   l141.9   931.3
1 er   e s v
rulnked __ 20.411  21.l1   23.18  1)5.S
I tnited Stistes
I'er eoW In
berd  ----  I l.lt;  12.77  1:1.2t;   1:1.7
Feedlng
'i'dillg of grailns and other concen-
it i1ts to dairy  ows in Wisconsin con-
liii ties at low levels enforced by short-
iLg. of ftlilll gritax ii fie(l grains and the
tigli ,Ost   if feed   ill tenisis  of  maill
Il-l .-'s,   Th'e   v( ,1111o , oft  gral~in  allle   oth'.1.
( 1t o11-IIntes bing' lf illgI to (IIl- fillce co\%-
(m Itll, f':linl ,,f \Wisollsill dair,\ r'e-
] ...t  I t iiis oi l i A clt  a1  S w is aibout  15  per-
, ti It loiw  dlie leve l of March 1, 1933.
TPitt voilotite  Il-d  lei cow  being milk(d
x:,s redlucetJ ls pe5rcentt. The February
l-ttit  betw(-la  te-ved  alld  titilk  pricis   was
sli,,htly  norte  favorable   to  dairying
th.an iii Jainuary, ulit well below    nor-
Itl.   tit FeblrUary, 100 pounds of milk
i aluted  at    t I  p0(l' hIIiId Ii('l\'weiglit
wo oiil lpuircltase 02 ollulds of grain aiid
IqtuaI{'ItylthiS 1'foi diilr s fi-d vil ue  i
J'IIIU l111'Y this feed ('X(halllglt V1' I-0 d'It
wazilks stoold ;It S8l polind~s, bult inl Fl' ll l-
arty   19:I:!,  ]1111   lpoultnids   of  meilkl   wo rth   .I
-   IS  t\O tli1i  d   xi  llilllg  i   hori   1:1   1X111,n1ii
,t  tied.  'I'llt   : V(x iig i   F i4 lttitiry   tle l
, x(I li:~g' valuet fl rl ttta l))1-year 1v loll.l
1923-1932. was 126 pounds.
Calveis Rilsed
Ilairy reporters indicate that of the
.d is lhtltj ill FeClrlarlv there is a de-
*iliii of 4 percent in the number of
calves which xvill be raised as comI-
pared with aL year ago and mloe calves
ire Ibeing sold fox veal as complisredl
x\ ith the ,SIaIl( itOlth last year.
't'his   is   aL  i'otttiil~ tiO l  ouf  thl,   itiditi-
lon for t[i(, last tio months xvhich also
.sliixxedl   IreduitioIIs   ilt   tit ti  lircent   of
i(lvi(s   hortn x  hlich   xxill  be   r:liSi(i.
UinitesI SitItes Milk 1'rodumetiosn
Milk prioducittioni p('l' towa lit the herd.
it  thii  itatioii's  cr0o)  relsOrtetS   (111  M IIIrC
I  :tVIxergid   11.9ftil)lounIds, a  rdtietion   of
ahiiiiit 6 percent froim the productioss of
a 2 ey;r ago, anild nearly 10 peircent be-
tixv  te w  l  iitge   daily   l)riductioi i  on1
.itfticI  I  loiur ig   the  7-year  p1teriod  frouts
!1925-10:11.  L.oiv plrices if dairy prol-
ii ts  i,,  hit -its  oif  feed  costs, ii ld  iinfav-
aldit    wi  ,tih1e li i ( d(ditiolis   Nvire   itlipoi-
isnt faotltts iii this reducstion.
Cosld   S  trnrge  1uh ldinis,
T'hle tIlilolillt of erealle-r lbuftfer in
storage on March 1 was 36,842,000
Hounds, a vol uie above cihlii tl;he loxv
figillir fol  Ma:rlch 1, 12!36, or the five-
year average.     The volilme of cheese
iii stolirie  also  exceeded   both   last
year 's Matreh   1  total alld  the  five-
yeas average, but iy a sntitller tor-gin
than lbiutter. Comparative storage hold-
illes tie shownin it Ihe tilde foilluoincsg.
10
Year
1910.- --
191 . - -
191 1_
1914 ..
1915
191I
192   -
1921 .--
I1922
1923
192
1929 .
1927
19269
1930 2
1931 -
1932 .
1933
Jan..
Feb.-.
Mar.
Apr.
May. -
June
July.
Aug. -
Sept .
Oct.
Nov.
Dec..
1634
'J n.--
Feb.-
Ar-
all
uses
S
I.24
1.14
I .30
I .33
1 .31
I .30
I .55
2.14
2.51
2.83
2.60
I .69
1 .66
2.09
1 .77
1 .90
I .90
2.11
2.15
2.05
1 .63
1.15
.85
.97
.90
.81
.79
.87
.97
1 .03
I .09
1 .03
1 .04
1 .05
1 .05
.93
.95
1 .03'
year


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