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

Wisconsin crop and livestock reporter. Vol. XIII, no. 7,   pp. [25]-28 PDF (2.0 MB)


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WISCONSIN CROP AND LIVESTOCK REPORTER
Tetr   |--
Ay-
a11
us!s
1911…1.14
1912..     I .30
1913.     . I33
1914       I .31
1915   -   1 1,.39
1916   -  .5 ISS
1917  .    2.14
1918 -     2 .53
1919 .     2 2.83
19209.   12.60
1921.      1.69
1922.      I1.66
1923 .     2.09
1924.      1 .77
1925  _    I .90
1926.       1.90
1927.      2.11
1923_      2 is
1929 -_    2.05
1930  _    1.63
1931       1.15
1932 .       .8
4933        .97
Jan.- s   .90
Feb .-    .81
MNe.      .79
Apr.      .87
Mao ...   .97
June -    1.03
July.--  I .05
Aug..    1.03
Sept...   1.01
Oct--    I.,S
N.or     1.05
Dec .      91
1934
Jan...    .95
Feb....  1.03
Mar...   1.10
Apr. _    1 02
May_     1.02
June .    I1.05'
Farm and Market Prices for Milk and Dairy Products,
PaICES PAID PRODJCEI1S, WISCONSIN                 STATES           WHI9LESALE
PRICES OF DAIRY PRODS.'           WISCONSIN DAIRY FEED COSTS
Milk Prices by uses' (cwt.l                                             
     Cheese (lb.)                      Ration cost
Asser  Swiss'  Brick'  Lim,.  Eva .  Cost   Index  Pounds  Stan.  Lin-
Fur     Far   By cnn- Mirket Butter. Farm    Butter.                  cn
                   burger' orate.d  per    1910-  100 lbs.  aid    seed
chesne  butter  dan,    milk    fet'   butter'  fat7   Milk' Butter     
                             milk'   1.000  1914 = of milk bran"   
  oil
series          (lb.)   (lb.)  (lb.)  (cwt.l  (lb.)                     
            (case)   lbs.'    100   would   (teal   meal"
buy"        ~~~(ton)
S               S      S      eta.    eta.   cts.     $     CILi        
   eta.    Cis.    Ctli     $       $       %      lbL.     $      $
1.20    1.21   1.39    1.42    30.5   28.9    20.4    1.73  .     .  15.5--17.1
     14.1    13.3    3.00   12.59      98      98   21.32   33.03
1.11    1.03   1.39    1.42    27.1   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
1.41    1.24   1.43    1.46    30.0   28.5    28.7    1.82   29.5    15.9
   17.0    15.1    14.2    3.25   14.27     Ill     91   24.10    34.29
1.31    1.29   1.32    1.57    32.8   23.4    27.4    1.80   31.0    14.9
   17.3    13.4    13.2    3.55   11.36      88     117   21.30   20.72
1.30    1.21    1.49   1.55    30.0   28.4    25.5    1.85   28.6     15.3
  14.2    12.0    11.1    3.40   12.50      07     105   24.07   31.08
1.30    1.20   1.37   I1.43    30.3   28.3    25.9    1.85   29.9    14.7
   15.5    13.0    12.3    3.05   13.55     105     96    22.95   36.83
1.60    1.42   1.63    1.60    34.9   32.1    20.4    1.89   31.9    18.1
   24.0    17.0    10.0    3.05   14.49     113     107   23.61   30.44
2.22    1.85   2 .37   2.31    45.3   40.6    33.8    2.28   41.0     23.5
  28.8    21.4    21.4    5.20   21.87     170      98   35.89   50.20
2.53    2.20    2.73   2.80    54.0   48.2    44.4    2.77   49.5    27.1
   34.4    24.0    23.2    5.70   24.08     187    9105   34.55   58.28
2.77    2.50    3.10   3.48    08 .9  57.7    53.3    3.13   57.6     29.9
 .     .28.2      28.3    0.90   24.32     189     1916  42.80   74.10
2.30    2.33   2.84    3.23    03.9   59.1    55.5    3.42    58.7   26.2
   340     23.4    25.3    8.1    26.22     205      90   45.97   08.42
1.53    1.72   1.83    1 .93   41.7    417    37.0    2.83   41.6    18.8
   28.0    18.6    18.8    5.45  .13.08     102     129   21.85   41.10
1.84    1.62   1.72    1.83    39.0   38.0    35.9    2.52 i39.1     19.6
.----      10.9    17.8    4.35   13.368    100     122   23.66   51.82
2.02    1.97   2.29    2.33    40.8   45.7    42.2    2.78   46.0    22.4
   20.0    21.0    23.0    4.85   1S.7      120     136   27.88   49.72
1.57    1.73   1.80    2.13   43.0    42.5    39.8    2.49   41.0    18.8-----
      10.4    17.4    4 .40  16.24     120    109   25.02    40.67
1.89    1.87   2.04    2.03    48.3   44.2    41.9    2.55   44.0    21.9
     .     15.4    19.9    4.511  16.30     127    117    27.04   45.44
1 .31   1.03   2 .04   2 .25   45.7   43.0    41.3    2.50   43.3    20.2
  . .----  19.1    20.0    4.00   14.50     113    131    25.00   48.44
2.05    2.02   2.24    2.34    50.3   47.0    43.7    2.52   45.8    22.7------
     21.4    20.2    4.70   16 13     120     131   29.50   4917
2.02    2.01   2.28    2.39    51.5   47.8    45.0    2.55   48.0    22.1
  . .----  21.4    20.8    4.5    179        4       2     28     530
1.83 1.03 2.12   2.43    4 3.7   4 0.5  44.9    2.55    43.8   20.1  -  -
--   13.1    101.5   4. 0    I . I     1 8    12     9 1     7 2
143    1.54    1 .33  2.1t2   383.   37.0    34.8    2.30   35.3     16.5.
.----    10.0    16.4    3.30   14.00     110     116   24.48   48.30
1.07    1.12   1.25    1.63    28.7   27.8    24 .7   1.77   27.0    12.5
   21.7    12.1    13.5    3.30    9.93      77    118    15.78   32.00
.31    .83     .92    1.23   21.4    20.7    17.3    1.31   20.2    10.0
   10.0    8.9      9.4   2.00     7.71     00      115  12.44    20.31
.91     .90   1.03    1.23   22.9    21.0    13.1    1.29   21.6    10.2
   13.3    10 0    11.5   2.55    9.06       70    107   15.21    30.09
.83     .31    .93    1.15   22.     21.     18.9    1.25   20.8     9.1
   16.5     8.9    10.0   2.00     6.07      47    149    10.00   22.30
.74     .77     .87   1.10    13.    18.     15.8    1.13   19.8     8.0
   17.3     7.1    10.0   2.80     6.19      48    131   11.90    21.90
.72     .76     .31   1.03    19.    18.     13.1    1.10   17.8     8.4
   17.0     8.2     9.3   2.10     6.45      50    122    13.05   22.00
.37    .82      .43   1.11   20.     19.     10.5    1.:08  17.6     9 .3
  18.8    10.2     9.9   2.10     7.28      57    119   13.00    24.25
.93     .3    1.02    1.21   23.      23     20.2    1.14   19.8    12.01
  20.8    12.3    11.0   2.00     8.66      07    112    14.50   27.80
.(I    .9i    1 .03  1.23    24  .  22  .   19.7    1.21   21.8     1.: 8
1111             13.5    2.0     8.6       0      119   14 1    30.10
1.02     .99   1.14    1.30    27 .   25.     23.0    1.33   22.4    12.0
   19.5    11.4    13.7    2.8    1230       86      86   20 .10  4000
.97    .30    1.14    1.32   23 .    21.     18.4   1.30    21.9    10.8
  19.5    10.6    13.0    2.70   11.34      83      91   19.20   38.70
.95     .93   1.15    1.37   24.     23.     19.6    1.47   20.6    10.5
   19.0    10.0    12.5   2.70    Il.0l      85     94    19.85   37.54
.94     .31   1.17    1.38   25.     24.     23.1    1.51   Z2.7    10.5
  18.5    10.0     11.5   2.70   10.13      79     104   10.30   34.35
.97     .33   1.15    1.41   25.     24.     23.4    1.51   23.0    10.5
   18.1    10.3    11.0   2.70    10.47      81    100    10.10   34.50
.01    .84    1.03    1.37   22.     21.     18.0    1.49   22.6     9.4
   17.8     9.4    11.0   2.70    10.16      79     92    15.35  34.25
.89     .87   1.00    1.34   23.     19.     13.1    1.44   190.4    9.9
   17.8    9.4     10.7   2.70    10.67      83     89    17.10   34.00
1.08    1.01    1.11   1.41    25.    24.     21.3    1.48   24.4    12.8
   19.5    12.0    11.8    2.70   11.14      87      97   10.10   34.50
1.03    1.02   1.14    1.40    27.    23.     23 .5   1.59   24.5    13.0
   20.5    11.5    12.5    2.70   11.34      08      97   21.00   32.75
.95     .93   1.10    1.32   23 .    23.     21.0    1.43   22.4    10.8
   19.9     9.5    10.0   2.70    11.34      88     90   21.00   33.50
.92    1 .01  1.10    1.39   2i.     24 .    21.5    1 45   23.2    11.6
   13.0    9.9     10.0   2.70    11.05     88      92   20.00   31.80
.97'  1  .94'  I .14'  1.31I'  2'1.  23.    22.?    1.47    .1 .2   I?  
4  13.2     0 .0  M  A.   2.70   11.11      111      I'  124.10  34  .85
k For monthly quotations prior to 1932 and detailed information regarding
sources on all  7 Averages of weekly quotations on No. I round Swiss at Monroe,
Wisconsin as published
commoditic except condensed milk and milk used for butter, see Bulletins
90,120, and  inthe Green County Herold.
140. Wisconsin Crop and Livestock Reporting Service.                    
           I Averages of weekly quotations at Monroe. Wisconsin from the
Green County Herold.
I Quotations are the average for the month as reported by Wisconsin crop
correspondents.  5 Wholesale prices of advertised brands per case of 48 tall
cans. Prices from 1910 to 1920,
Annual averages are computed by weighting monthly data by milk production
per cow.    incl. are manufacturers prices as published in Federal TradeCommission
Report on Milk
3 Quotations refer to the 15th of the month as reported by Wisconsin and
United States  and Milk Products. Quotations from 1921 to date are wholesale
prices per case in car-
price reporters. Annual prices, except the Wisconsin farm butter price, are
weighted  load lots at New York City as published by the Evaporated Milk
Association. Size of
averagesofmonthlydata   Forthe U.S. milk for fluid usea is the chiefoutlet
for whole  can was changed from 1i on. to 14½6 on. in January 1931.
milk sold, hence the U. S. farm price exceeds Wisconsin where the bulk of
the output  15 Value of 1000 pounds of feed grains and other concentrates
In a typical dairy ration for
Is manufactured.                                                        
             Wisconsin.
Allannual quotations arestraight averagesofmonthlyprices.               
          11 Pounds of feed grains and other concentrates In typical Wisconsin
dairy ration which
5 Wholesale price of 92-score butter at Chicago.                        
               could be purchased with 100 pounds of milk.
Wholesale pries on the Wisconsin cheese exchange. Prior to April, 1920 prices
were   Wholesale prices in carlots f. o. b. Minneapolis plus, freight to
Madison.
quoted on daisies, thereafter on twins.                                 
         * Preliminary.
CROP SUMMARY OF THE UNITED STATES FOR JULY 1, 1934
Corn
Potatoes  .     -  .
Tobacco
Oats
Barley
Rye
Winter wheat
Durum wheat
Spring wheat other than durum
Flax _
All tame hay
Wild hay
Pasture              --- --
1934
Preliminary)
92 ,526
3 ,383
1,364.5
33.348
8 ,712
2.260
32 .485
1 061
10 .450
1 133
53 ,152
10 865
Acreage
(000 emitted)
1933
102 397
3,197
I ,769 .6
36 704
10.108
2 ,358
28 446
2 310
16.762
I 286
53 947
12 315
' N7'u.-ea-r avermages, 123-1931.
ni
Percent in-
rease(+) or 0
decrease (  )
D 1934 acreage
compared to
1933 average
9 .6
+ 5.8
-22 .9
9 .1
-13 .8
- 4 .2
+14 .2
54 .1
. 37.7
-11 .9
I .5
- 11 .8
Production
iCnSn - 4 tt;l
Jut,   L.  t 1-4
torecast
2,113 137
348 0O92
I .039 517
567 .839
125,155
17 .194
394,268
6 .483
82 911
5 599
52 020
5 455
1933
2 ,343,883
320,353
1,385,107
731 524
156.988
21 .236
351 ,608
16,109
160 ,261
6 ,806
65 ,983
8 .633
S-year
average
1927- 31
2,516,307
365,556
I,470 ,556
1,186,9S6
270,444
40 ,950
632,061
61 ,460
192,838
18,664
72 ,250
II .368
1934 an a
percent at
1933     S-year
90.2
108.7
75.0
77.6
79 .7
81 .0
112.1
40.2
51 .7
82.3
78.8
63.2
average
84.0
9S.2
70.7
47.8
46.3
42.0
62 .4
10.S
43.0
30.0
72.0
48.0
Unit
Bus.
Bus.
Lbs.
Bus.
Bus.
Bus.
Bus.
Bus.
Bus.
Bus.
Tens
Tons
48 .0--
Condition July 1,
1934
71 .8
75.5
72.4
40.0
45.9
40.2
57.2
29.6
39.3
47.9
48.9
35.3
48.9
1933
70.2
72 .2
62.6
49 .3
53.2
52 .9
57.8
42 .8
53.5
53.4
69 .3
56.5
60.5
10-yr.
average
1922 31
79.6
84.5
76.9
79.5
80.1
77.6
75.7
76.11
71 .8'
78.7
78.4'
76.7'
82.5
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