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

Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter. Vol. XIII, no. 5,   pp. [17]-20 PDF (2.0 MB)


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WTqrmNSTN CROP AND LIVESTOCK REPORTER
Prices Paid to Wisconsin Producers for Farm Productst
LIVESTOCK AND WOOL
Tear
_   _   _  _  _     -   ].c s   " -
1810-1914.------------- 77-35 4.91 7.23 1
1914 ----------- .--  765  .83  8.22 I
1915       2        6 . S 5.467.95 4
1816 ------  --     8.47  5.-90  8.87  I
17                  1 6 17 7.5211 .46
1218 -16.9              8.71 13.17  I
1919               16 52 9.02 14.31 F~
1920       .        2-3 7.-82 1lt2C7 .478 12
1921 -              7 61 4.87 7.62
1922 ---------     - 8  32  4.54  7 .73
HIM  ----------- 1697   4.5  7 .8
April----------------
1924             ..  29 4.87 8.17
1825               10 87 8.18 8.17
1826 ----11:70         5.73 1.14
1927 -----------     952  8.49 10.52
1928 -----------    8  74  8.22  12.14  I
1929 -----------   9.So  8.32  12.43  I
1930          ~~~8.82 6.54988
1931---             56 4.37 6.707
1832                 338 3.07 4.60
1933 -----------    3.44 2.85 4.31
January           2 55 2.45 3.45
February ---- ----  2 9   260 4.6
March --------3.102.70 4.25'
Asil----------3.10 2.70 3.80
y---------     3.90 3.50 4.20
June----------3.80 3.40 4.10
July----------3.90 3.20 4.45
Augus ---------3.70 3.10 4.70
September -------3.70 3.0  530
October --------4.15 2.~7014.85
November -------3.65 2.55 4.55
December--------2.80 2.30 3.50
1934
Janury2.80 2.65 3.95
Februry3.80 2.95 4.80
March3.75 2.90 4.55
April3.50              3.10  4.25
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37.9 111.71
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GRAINS                     OTHER CROPS              F
9    10    11    12   13   14     15   16   17    18  1it     2
:is.  eta.  dti.  ctl.  'is.  cii.  cis.  cis.  $ $     $   'lei
10.8 59.5 39.0 89.2 69.1 72.8    50.7 171.1 2.25 12.78 8.83   1
19.5 83.8 39.1 55.7 65.'2 72.     50.8 138.2 2.22 10.00 7.72  1
14.7 71.9 45.1 63.3 97.0 83.7    37.2 136.2 2.2   9.8   807   1
19.4 79.5 44.2 78.5 98.6 94.0    98.3 192.2 4. 75 11.29 9.40  1:
18 .0  143.8  62.4 1 13185.9  149.5  163.3  274.4  8.8 I4.28  10.95  1
358152.   75.4 1 6. I80.5 171.5  78.6  388.2  6. 4 1 . 2 17.26  2
12.7 140.4 65 .8 10.136 .9 138.9, 114.4 384.3 4.22 20.683 2588  2
14.7 137.3 78.6 121.9 182.6 166.6 223.3 354.8 3.97 22.89 22.032
20.1 59.5 37.2 80.0104.1100.1    78.9 182.2 2.88 15.51 10 .80 1I
37.3  59.2  37.7  55.86 63 8 .     0 0 8 .  3 28  31 404  11.042 1
115.0  77 .7  42 .4  80 .9  88.87   84   .0 I 5.9 214.4 .2 13 1 1 . 2  1
13.5 94.4 49.2 73.0 77.1 97.8 64.6 215.5 3.65 15.3313.08      1
43.7  102.9  43.9  79.  98.8  97.-8  84.6283  3.83 13.02 15.84  1I
37.2   7 .3   39.   85.4 82.1  78 .8   1 5 3 20 .0 5 27 113 .82   18.41 2
237.1  874.1  48.2  72.84 8 4 8 .  117.  192.7  '5.45  14.25  18.58   1
17.  92.  52.3  7 9.8f  98.0   55 0 5.  128 9.7  4.732 13.0   16. 2
1 . 882  45.7 684.9  89.7   :88 8 71.2  237.0  5 .3 312.801 5.00
93.1 79.7 38.9 58.0' 80.7 87.3 115.8 212.0 3.86111.08 10.52   1
63.7  58.7  28.5  44.8i 37.9  83.4  56.7  124.8  2.44110.88  9.79 1
54.   38.8 23.3 37.31 35.5 45.6  26.2 103.5 1.42 10.30 7.00
68.2 38.3 28.9 42.8 48.7 51.9    49.0 125.2  149 927    618
47.   25.  17.   27.  29.  40.    23.  95.   1.08 8.70  5.30
47.   24.'  17.  27.  29.  39.    23.  85.   1.02 7.9     5.4
417.   5    17 .27.   29.  39.    23.  85.   1.02  8.00 5.0
52.  30.   20.  34.36.44.        25.   94 .  1.208.50 600
68.  39 .  25.  44.   44.  47.   24. 11.     1.53 9 .10 '6.30
88.  40.- 25.   40.   48.  53.    30. 128.   1.53 9.10 6 .40
91.   54.  40.  57.   79.  69.    6    65.   1.5   9.50  6.-70
88.   60.  34.   51 : 62.  69.   125.  145.  1.80 10.1   6.90,
82.   48.  34.  53.   62.  70.    80.  148.  1.010.2016.4
78.   40.  30.  51.   55.  52.    SS. 145.   1.:800 10.10 6.300
80.   42.  32.  53.   57.  50.    55. 149.   1.80 9.9016.30
79.   43.  32.  50.   54.  51.    SS, 149.:  1.749.0 6.80
79.   45.  33   55.   55.  51.    65.  14.   1.74  9.90  670
81 .46.    34.  58.   56.  53.    80. 150.   1.89 10.30 7.30
81.   47.  34 .57.    54.  51.    75.' 150.  1 .77 10.70 7.30
80.   47 .  34 .58.   54.  53.   *65. 145.   1.86 11.60 7.20
'OULTRY PRODUCTS
AND FEED COSTS
Ration'
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2 1Z      22    23    24
12  21.3 12.55 100.   170
1.6    3 . 12.2 12.2   114
1.0 21.7 14.17 112.9   154
1.0 25.0 15.32 122.1   163
12 33.9 25.75 205.2  132
239.5 27.71 220.8     143
20.   1 831.0       1461
2.9 43.8 27.20 216.7   161
4.  146.8 27.84 221.8  168
32.9 13.14 1044.7    250
8328.5 13.39 106.    213
29.   15.42 122.0  169
8 30.2 17.02 135.6   177
9.33. 18.73 149.2    177
31.3 15.87 126.5    197
9  28.6 17.52 139.6 163
30.3 18.40 146.6 165
2031.5 17.16 136.7   184
24.1 15.00 119.1     161
1. 11.8 10.44  81.2  170
11.0 1.9   7.52  59.9  211
8.8 14. 8.84 688.8167
8 720.8 5.75    45.    362
9.1 11. 5.79 46.1 193
I.3 10.  624  49.7   168
9.6 10.0 7.21   576.   139
10I. 11.8 89     70.    134
8.8   9.1 8.98  71.8 101
9.3 12.4 11.74 93.5 106
8.9 1I.5 10.91  80.    105
8. 142 1 0.24   81.6    139
7.9 19.5 11.18  73.1 212
7.5 23.0 9.51 75.8 242
7.0 19.0 9.31 74.2 204
8.4 16.89.77    77.8   172
9.4 15.3 10.38   82.5  148
10.3 14.510.70 85.3 136
10.7 13.7 10.46 83 .3 131
.All prices based on reports of Wisconsin price correspondeniti on the 15th
of each mnoth. 2. Based on values of ingredients In a typical Wisconsin poultry
ration. For furthler
Annualprices arestraightaveragesofnonthlydata. Formontbly dataoriortol932
see         explanation and additional nonthly data consult Bulletin 140.
wov25.
Bulletins 80. 120, and 140. Wisconsin Crop and Livestock Reporting Service.
      3. Pounds of poultry ration which could be purchased with ten dozen
eggs.
'Proliminsry
the number of milk cows on farms, to-
tal daily milk production on May I in
the country as a whole appears to have
been averaging around 1 percent be-
low production on that date last yea!.
Cold storage holdings of creamery
butter on May I of 11,640,000 pounds
were 26 percent greater than on the
tulnted States Cold Storage Hosldiigs
(000 omitted)
May I
1934*
Creninery Butter,
Hbs. -________  11,S40
All Cheese, lbs.__ 65,147
American, lbs. - 51.913
Swilss, bs. -----  7,573
All other, Ibs. - 5.411
Eggs In    shell,
easen  -------  4,620
Eggs, shell an d
frozen, c a a e
equivalent __   1,40S
* prellminary
May 1
5-year
May I nv.
111j:3 1929-33
9,398  13,1451,
414% 41  5X.2414
.7,=121  41.S7
2.114    1,22=3
4,14 t   t,184
4,957   4,144
61.455    .15129
same date last year but were 10 per-
cenlt less than the 1929-33 average May
I stocks. Cheese cold storage stocks
of 65,147,000 pounds on May 1 were the
largest on rec>ord for that month, were
49 percent greater than on May 1, 1931,
and 22 percent above the 1929-33 aver-
age. Government-ownled stocks of but-
ter for relief distribution on May 1
were 820,195 pounds. Total government
purchases for relief distribution uip to
May 1 have been 51,530,060 potn(1s.
Egg: 1'roductionk
The plrodtlction olf eggs on the farnlu
of the state continues to 1rill above a
'A
yara ago. On May 1 there was atn ill-
creas" of 13.7 percent in the number
of hlens 10nd pillets per farm, and ;alSo
an increase of 14.1 percent in the num-
berl of t ggs prroduneed per' far l. ('r p1)
corres ponlent s reported an a vv.rag, of
97.1 Ihelans and pullets 1'lr farm  coni-
pared with 85.4 a ye arI ago. Trih a%\,r- -
age farm flock prodceed 57.1 eggs oni-
pared with 5il.2 a year ago, anid th-
number of eggs procd[loed prl 10O 11lheS
;ind pIllets on May I was 5!9.0 o(nOiI-
pared with 58.8 last year.   tille 11mi-
ber of young birds on the farms on
May 1, however, was somnewhat smaller
tha;l on that date last year, there r -
ing an average of 54.3 ehicks per fall
this ys;ar eonipared with 61.6 in 1!1:::
a decline of ahbot 12 per cent.
Prices itf i'Furums l'rodluects
XV iseolosin farmers receeivedl ai a.ver-
age price of $1.05 per hulldre'dweiglht
for milk delivered in April, a deelinle of
5 c-nts f ro I the MarehIl average I)ul
an increase of 18 vIlnts over the- proi,
received a year ago.
t'armners sel lilg milk at cheese fae-
tories in April received an average
prite (of $1.00 per hlltunlded"'eighlt as
19
GEO. 1). CRAI(.
(HAS. J. TRAXLERI
We are sorry to leans of the
denthm of Messrs. Geo. D. Craig
and Chas. J. Traxler. Mr. Craig
of Dodge County ham been a
crop reporter for over 14 yearm
a n d Mr. Traxler of Jefferson
County ham been a dairy reporter
mInce t h e Inauguration of the
dairy w^ork in 19.30. These men
have rendered n valuable serviee
to Agriculture, and the Wiseon-
min Crop Reporting Service e.-
tend. sIncere sympathy to the
famillex of these inen.
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