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

Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter. Vol. XIII, no. 6,   pp. [21]-24 PDF (2.0 MB)


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WIrCONSIN CROP AND LIVESTOCK REPORTER
Prices Paid to Wisconsin Producers for Farm Products'
I       LIVESTOCK AND WOOL
Tear                i
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1910-1914     7.35
1914   .      7.65
19165 6.55
1916 -I      8.47
1917 -14.17
1918         16.09
1919 ----------------- 116.52
1920         12.9
1921          361
1922 -.3-
1923 -6.9
1924 -        7 21
1925 -----------10.81
1926 .-- - - - -- - - - - 11.74
1927   .      9.5
1928          8 .74
929 -9.56
1930-        8. 8
31 93  .      5.7
1932.        3.31
1933 .3.44
January 1- 2.5!
February-    2.94
March  .     3.16
April -3.16
May -3.9
June-       3.86
July  .--- -..   3.91
Auguast - - . 3.71
September    3.71
October-     4 .1
November -   3.6
December.    2 84
1934   .
January -    2.91
February-    3.8
March. -     3.7
April .-- -- - - --- 35i
May -        3.1
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4.91
5.83
5.46
8.90
7.52
8.71
9.02
7.82
4.57
4.54
4.57
4.67
5.1
5.73
6.45
8.22
8.32
6.54
4.37
3.07
2.85
2.45
2.61
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33.4
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3.01
2.74
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8.22
7.95
8.87
11.46
13.17
14.31
12.47
7.62
7.73
7.99
8.13
9.17
10.14
10.52
12.14
12.43
9.83
6.74
4.64
4.31
3.41
4.6(
4.21
3.84
4.26
4.16
4.41
4.76
5.36
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3.56
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4.91
4.51
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6.94
62.34
64.84
77.65
88.76
104.25
104.3(
58.26
57.06
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80.56
89.8!
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84.41
56.8!
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4.64 6.
5.00 7.08
5 .87 8.26
8.85 12.36
10.22 14.17
9.08 13.6
7.83 12.52
3.89 7.37
4.92 10.22
5.16 10.55
5.62 10.83
6.13 12.3
6.19 12.0
5.75 11.85
6.05 12.37
6.07 12.23
4.33 8.56
2.62 6.22
1.80 4.67
1.90 4.97
1.65 4.25
1.75 4.30
1.75 4.20
1.85 4.25
2.30 5.10
2.15 5.70
2.05 570
2.10 5.60
1 .85 5.40
1.85 4.95
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1.95 5.90
2.90 7.00
3.00 7 30
3.00 7.10
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55.7 65.2
78 .5 98.6
21.3 136.9
125.2 180.5
107.6 136.9
121.9 162.8
60.0 104.1
55.6 76.3
60.9 66.8
73.0 77.1
79.8 98.8
65.4 82.1
72.8 88.4
79.8 98.0
64.9 89.7
58.0 60.7
44.8 37.9
37.3 35.5
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2.25 12.78 8.83
2.22 10.00 7.72
2.92 9.88 8.07
4.75 11 .29 9.40
8.28 14.28 10.95
6.84 19.42 17.26
4.22 20.68 25.86
3.97 22.89 22.03
2.88 15.51 10.60
3.85 15.04 11.04
4.28 13.41 11.42
3.65 15.33 13.08
3.63 13.02 15.84
6.27 13.82 16.41
5.45 14.25 18.58
4.72 13.06 16.02
5.33 12.60 15.09
3.86 11.08 10.52
2.44 10.88 9.79
1.42 10.30 7.00
1.49 9.27 6.18
1.08 8.70 5.30
1.02 7.90 5.40
1.02 8.30 5.50
1.20 8.50 6.00
1.53 9.10 6.30
1.53 9.10 6.40
1.56 9.50 6.70
1.80 10.10 8.90
1.80 10.20 6.40
1.80 10.10 6.30
1.80 9.90 6.30
1.74 9.80 6.68
1.74 9.90 6.70
1.89 10.30 7.30
I 1.77 10.70 7.31
1.86 11.60 7.21
1.71 12.30 7.80
POULTRY PRODUCTS
AND FEED COSTS
Ration'
;32
1M         -a
20    21   22     23   24
ct,.  cta.   $    %    lbs.
11.2 21.3 12.55 100.     170
11.6 22.3 12.82 102.2   174
11.0 21.7 14.17 112.     154
13.0 25.0 15.32 122.1   163
16.2 33.9 25.75 205.2   132
20.2 39.5 27.71 220.8    143
22.9 43.8 27.20 216.7    161
24.0 46.8 27.84 221.8    168
19.8 32.9 13.14 104.7   250
18.3 28.5 13.39 106.7   213
17.3 29.2 15.42 122.9   189
17.8 30.2 17.02 135.6   177
19.2 33.2 18.73 149.2   177
21.4 31.3 15.87 126.5    197
19.3 28.6 17.52 139.8   163
20.7 30.3 18.40 146.6    165
22.0 31.5 17.16 136.7   184
17.4 24.1 15.00 119.5   161
14.7 17.8 10.44   83.2  170
11.0 IS.9 7.52    59.9  211
8.8 14.4 8.64    68.8   167
8 7 20.8 5.75    45.8   362
9.1  11.2 5.79   46.1   193
9.3 10.5 6.24    49.7   168
9.8  10.0 7.21   57.5   139
10.4 11 .9 8.89 70.8 134
8.8   9.1 8.98   71.6   101
9.3  12.4 11.74  93.5  106
8.9 11.5 10.91   86.9   105
8.6 14.2 10.24   81.6   139
7.9 19.5 9.18    73.1  212
7.5 23.0 9.51    75.8  242
7.0 I9.0 9.31    74.2  204
8.4 16.8 9.77    77.8   172
9.4 15.3 10.36   82.5   148
10.3  14.5 10.70  85.3   136
10.7 13.7 10.46   83.3  131
11.2 13.4 10.24   81.6  131
I  All prices based on reports of Wisconsin price correspondent' on the 15th
of each month.
Annual prices are straight averages of monthly data. For monthly data prior
to 1932 tee
Bttlletl 90. 120, and 140. Wisconsin Crop and Livestock Reporting Service.
opigUambw
Based on values of ingredlenb In a typical Wisconsin poultry ration.  For
further
explanaltion and additional monthly data consult Bulletin 140, page 25.
a Poundr of poultty ration which could he purchased with ten dosen egp.
ports indicate that for the country as
a whole there were more milk cows
on farms than on June 1 last year, par-
tially offsetting the sharply lower pro-
I du(ction per cow. Total milk produc-
tion on June 1 appears to have been 6
to 6 per cent below production on that
dalte last year.
Milk Prolduction
June 1
1934
IJunel ann
June 1 June 1 1925- % of
1934   1933  31 Av. 1933
Wimeonsin
Per farm _2S1.1
Per eowv
aallked -_ 22.25
Per cow
in herd __ 19.15
lited States
Per cow
li herd __ 15835
313.16  328.5  89.,
24.3S   248.359  11.3
20.97   22.6  91.3
1 6.57  17.52  92.7
Cold storage holdings of creamery
[tutter on June 1 of 27,110,000 pounds
wvere the smallest for June 1 since 1928
and were 8 million pounds less than a
year earlier. The itto-storage norv.-
mient of 15,272,000 pounds in May was
11 per cent less than for that mott hi
last year and was 32 pet icenit less than
the 5-year average. Iil contrast with
the butter storage situaItion, Anitiericait
cheese stocks were 57,79:2,000 pounds on
Tune 1, the largest on rctor d for that
date, 40 per cent great ir thait a yiar
Lgo and 24 per cent mote iltaien t[le 5-
year average   Tune I stocks.   T otal
stocks of butter and ie     on 'IItiJue 1
combined on a milk equivalent basis
were the same as a year earlier. Ad-
ditional information on storage stocks
is given il the accompanying table.
United Stites Cold Storge Holdings
(000 omitted)
June I
5-yr.
June t June 1 Av.
1934*  1933 19219-:3
Creaummery butter,
lh--.     - -_________  27,110
All cheese, Ib.__ 71,193
A   aerlcan, lbs. 57,793
Siviss, lbs. -- 016f99
All other, lbs. 0.701
l'ggs In shell,
rClses     - ------- 7,8 15
Eggs, shell and
frozen, ease
equilvalenat ---- 10,495
*Preliminary
35,159
48,481
41,3345
1,091
5,454
35,044
59,475
4f6,5,37
4,589
8,349
8,0612  7,442
10,54W0 10,101
Egg Produetion
14gg production on the farmis of Wis-
coisii crop   reporters was lower on
Jutne 1 than a year ago, the first month
since Felobruary for which the first of
liii- month indication has been lower
titan  for the same month last year.
Hens were laying at the rate of 54
* ggs per 100 hens on June 1 or 4.2 per
cctt liss thati t year aigo. The nutmber
b.f   llts oit f:tarm s, however, showed
clois, to n 2 pet' cent increase paneing
tiii l  cvi of oeg pirodiction at atboit
2.i pe^r cent umitler ttat of June 1, 19133.
The titober i,,t *lijekluis of this ytlai's
Ilitirltin g  t II  f   ilit s  .11tin-  1  w tts :a  a olin
7-5  1wr'l  cot,1   1, sq   t11:ll   -,ii  thn~t  1 l,
Iist year and was about 5 per cent un-
der  the   5-year  average     Although
pi-ices received for both chickens and
eggs have been som vwhat letter this
spring than last, the egg-feed price re-
lationship remnains less favorable and
with feed grain prospects being lower
than a year ago farmers are alpparently
raising fewer c hielcvns.
F'or the United States, the prodtic-
tioll of eggs pr 1Q4 hen.s oli June 1
was 4 per cent snmaller thatn otn that
datte last year tintd the lowest ot1 rcc-
ord since 1925.   The number of hens
in farm flocks wIas 4 per cent less than
last year and S prt cent below       the
1'127-:31 5-year average for Julne 1.
With the number of eggs laid per 101
hens the lowest and the      number of
hetis the least in the 10-year record, the
total number of eggs laid, ais reflected
in eggs laidl per [lockl, wasi 8 tOi cent
less thait the    tinne  5-yea r average,
t[.27-31, and 7      cii   l I-ss thall ill
lnon 1'133.
PrIees o.f l arin P*rolluetls
The decline ii NVisiotsill tMilk prices
ws lss sharp this 1ilint1li thaln last
monuth.   Thlte  iveirti  milk; pri"  foi
Mily  wis   $1 144 1tepr  liiiitldrdwveiqlht
whitich \vis a. decliie i, 2 ( Ic ts hl,el ts
tie April p1-ice but an increase of 3
('c1ts' ov(e1' thell price al Yealr agit.
Milk  de livered  to) ci-'-s  tactoril-s
[ltowed  t til  sharpest decli ne for the
mitu h with it 4-cent decrease while
itilk  delivered  to  condeniseries annd
titiet ntilkc distributors followed with
;I  [(il ii.  *f  2  c ittts'  .ia li  a1 tid  IlliMi  f.it
ilto ill htt.ir shliwovd onzl a 1 -cent de-
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