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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
11
Prit-e Paid to Wisconsin Producers for Farm Products'
LIVESTOCK AND WOOL
Year
1910-1914--------7.35
1914--,       7.65
1915- .65
1916    -     8.4
1917 -----------14.13
1918 -1601
1919 -----------16.51
1920 -       12.97
1921 9--     7.61
1922-        8.34
1923-        6.9'
1924 -7.21
1925 -10.8
1926 -----------11.7i
1927 -6-- -   9.5
1928 -8.7
1929-        9.5
1930-        8.8
1931 -5.7
1932-        3.3
1933-        3.4
Janu t------  2 .
February     2.9
March -3.1
April-      3.1
May -3.9
June         30
July -.----  3 .9
August       3.3
September-   3.7
October -4.1
November  -   .6
December -- - 2.1
1934 .-- - - -- - - - -
January-- - -- - 2.1
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GRAINS              OTHER CROPS      POULTRY PRODUCTS
I                      AND FEED COSTS
--Ration'
10113 62 j 107.6i136  1438-9 I76l84.I33 386.2 17  18  19  20  21  22    23
 24
cti..  l It.  clti.  et. . Cli.  cts.  $     $ $  S    cts.  eta.  $S   
%    lb&.
59.5 39.0 69.2 69.1 72.8    56.7 171.1 2.25 12.78 8.83  11.2 21.3 12.55 100.
  170
73.8  3. 45.7 65.   726 840 .9 138.2 2.22 10.00 7.72. 11.6 23    12.82 1.174
7102.49  45.1  63. 7 9 7.0 778 3.1 9977.68  68* 372 2136.2  2.92  9.88  8.07
 11.04  . 14.17  1129  154
79.  44.2 78.8 98 6 94.0   98.3 I 9.2 4 .7 1.029 9.140  13.0  25.0 19.32
122.1  163
43.88 62 .4 4328,,37 36411  9890. 14987.50 163.032 37 -o  3*836 4.4  8.2
 1.   2810. 9  16.2  33.9  25.79  205.2  132
92.3   28.4  1 5.  8                   6.84  194  1          39.5  27.71
 220.8  143
40.4 65.8 107.61 136.9 138.  114.4384.  4.22 20.68 25.86  22.9 43.8 27.20
216.7 16
37.3  78.6  121.9, 3162.6  168.69  223.3 354 .83. 67 22.89  22.0 3  24.0
 46. 2 7.8   22  .8 146628
59.5 37.2 60.0104.1     .     .       2.88 15.51 106:50  19.8 32  13.1 64
104. 720
59.2 37.7 55.6 76.3 80.5    80.0 203.71 3.8  504 11.04  18.3 28.13.39 106.7
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77.7 42.4 60.9 68.8 84.0     5    14.  4.28 13-41 1     17.3 29.19.42 122.9
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94.4-49   73.0 77.1  97.6 6 4. 64 215   5  3 .  153  13.08  17.8  30.2  17.0251356
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02.8  43.  798    88  97.8  84.6  238.3  3.63 1 .2  15.84  19.2  33.2 1.
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87.   462  728   8 .4 8 .    a1 72 192.7  5.45  14.25  16.58  16.3  26.6
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92 .8 52.3 79.8 98.0 88.0   65.0 189.7 4 .72 13 .06 16.02  20.7 30. 18.40
146.6  165
88.2 45.7 6439 89.7 88.8 71.2 237.0 53 31 12 981 6.60 131. 17 .16 136 .7
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79.7 38.9 58.0 60.7 87.3 115.8 212.0 3.86 10       0.1  17 424.1 15.00 1197.5
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56.7 28.5 44.8 37.9 63.4    56.7 124.6 2.4 10.88 9.79   14.7 17. 910.44 
83.2  170
36.8 23 .3 37.3 35.5 45.6   26.2 103 .5 1.4 10.30 7.00  11.0 15.9 7.52  
50 .9  211
38.3  26.9  42.  48.  51.9  49.  125.2  1.4  9 .27  61831  8.8  104.4  8.64
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25.   17.  27.8  29.7  40.  23.  95.   1.08  8.70 5.3    8 7 20.   5.75 
45.8  362
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25.   17.  27.  29.   39.   23.  85.   1.02 8.305.50     9.310.56.24    
49 .7  168
30.  20.   34.  38.   44.   25.  9.4   1.20  8.5   600   8.6  10.0  7.21
 57.5  139
39 .  25 .44.44.      47.   24. 115.   1.53 9.06.30     10.4 11 .9 8.89 
70.8  134
40.  25 .40.    48.   83.:  30. 128.   1 .539.1   6.40   8.8  9 .1 8.68 
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54 .  4 0. - 57.  79.  68 .  60.  15.  I1.5   6.50  6.70  93  124 I 1.74
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50.  34 .  51    6 2.  69.  12. 145    180  10.10 660    8.6)  11 .510.91
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48.  34.   53 .62 .   70.   90. 148.   1 .80 10.20, 8.40  8.6 14.2 10.24
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42.  32 .53.    57.   50.   55. 149.   1.80 6.90 6.30    7 .5 23.  9.51 
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Alic    b    o e treporl  ovefcWioconi prie cor repondents on the 15th of
each month.  2. Based on values of ingredients In a typical Wicconoin poultry
rution.  For further
Anulpric      r sragh ave        ofoot   da.     o   onthbly data prior to1932
oee  eXplanation and additional monthly data consult Bulletin 140, page 25.
Bulletins 90, 120, and 140, Wisconsin Crop and Livestock Reporting Service.
     3. Pounds of poultry ration which could he purchosed with ten dozen
eggs.
*Prelimi5nar~y
UNFFE:U S'rA'r'i S COLI
HOLDINGS
(000 omitted
March 1* Ms
1934
Creantery
clutter, Ibs*. 36I,S;412
A 11 Cheese.
lb.. __-_ 67,18S
AuncrlcauitS
Ibtter __-- 36,4121/:
AI I Cheese...
lb.. _-_ 67,ISS
Swis, Ibs..  8,3W3
All others,
lbM. ___   4.442
I1'ggxN. In shell,
comses  -----  90
Iiggm, Shell &
Frozens Cttse
equ*  ilena 1,2"y 5
] Ireliminary.
1
4
A tabulation showiing
of the government in r
plils butter stock for rel
follows:
Govt. owned smtock, for
Distribution (on More)
(govt. Ptarchltsem for
Distribution during I
ro ry  -----------------_  _  _
'Total GIovt. 1 urchtmes f
lief l)lstributionI up t
1 s t  - - - - - - - - - - - - - --- …-
'I'otsil Govt. Dlistributli
RelIef Dlstributlon
Mar. 1st ------------
D STOIIAGE
Poultry and Eggs
I}                   16Egg plroducti on onl the farings of \V is-
March 1    ciolisin crilop r epor ter s averaged abolit
treh 1 5-yr. av.   10 percelit higlser on March 1 thln a
1933   1929-D3     yeri ('ar lier. The noiiimber of layer s on
Lt,580  2:S,187    farms was about the sanme is a year
;5,7:31  3,447    :lgo, and the increase in egg production
6per fttrm was due to a sharp gain iin
ttlDt2  50,455.   the number of eggs per hundred liens
3,727    0,908     as compared with March 1, 1'33:9.    Ill
5,012    0,084    lFhebruary 1, egg production wsis lielow
163      185     the level of a year earlier. The rela-
tionship betweeti egg prics aiid feed-
iI ,47  ing costs during February \vas less
t,3119   1,4147   favorable than iin either Janusiary or ill
February   1933.   T hI e  cmid-February
1934, farm  price of eggs iii Wiscoislis
tile activities
turchasing sur-    was 15.3 cents per dozen. At this pr-ice,
lief distribution   10 dozen eggs would buy 148 pouisds of
Pounsdn     poultry feed at February feed prices.
RelPef             In Jaisuary, 10 dozen eggs would ex-
a Ixt-_ 4,114,404   chanige for 172 poLii(ds of feed. Ill Feb-
Reltef             mltry 1933, 10 dozen eggs with a fariis
Pebru-              plrice of oimly 11.2 cents per dozen would
_____- 1,100,000    exchansge for 193 pounds of poult ry
or re-
i-  ...            fe4id.
--____   48,059,437
on for
up to
- 43,945,033
Witsconsin Ftrmn Prices
Dtmring F'ebruary, the level of pric-'
li:(d  WNiscoulisi  fariisers  recover'ed  front
the decline of December and Janlnar!
and returned to near the level which
\Wiv iauinitaiiied during the sunmmer and
fall of 19331. The price levI l for Feb-
rnary averaged 77 Iperceilt of pre-war,
;an iuirease of , poillts fromt January
Faind 3 points from December.
1F'ebluary ltapin prices of all inipor-
talit \Viscoisili falerm products except
eggs were higlher tilein in January. Ot
g eiatest importance to lWiscoissiln falrm1-
it.S  \:Is  the  idvlaiceC  ill ililk  priCes  tol
$1.1:; pls hlsundrdweight ill F1'hriirfy
froi. i  95  ce-its  ii  .Itiii iy  inod  93,7  ceni>ts
ill Decemiiber. Farmn 11 pi-s ,of 'Wiscoi-
Siin  liv stock  iii iid-FebruarY y  virl
about 21 perceilt higher than in J.ani-
ary. Trie gain in farm prices of hogs
finom  January 15 to February 1. wns
130 cents per huindredweiglht, and v-al
calf  prices  advllanciil  ,1 ce nt..,  w ihil l til
iziercase  iii  lnisl),  pricO ,s  WNas  $1.1  I )1ii
hutidr edwveight.
February   farmi prices of \Viscmiosiii
grains were about 2 per( *nIlt abbove tb,'
.1asnuary price level, and the farmn prici
of potatoes intsdo a gain oif 15 cents to
So ceists per bushel.
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